Naturopathy is an art and science of healthy living and a drugless system of healing based on well founded philosophy. It has its own concept of health and disease and also principle of treatment. Naturopathy is a very old science. We can find a number of references in our Vedas and other ancient texts. The morbid matter theory, concept of vital force and other concepts upon which Naturopathy is based are already available in old texts. The revival of Naturopathy started in India by translation of Germany’s Louis Kuhne’s book “New Science of Healing”. Shri D. Venkat Chelapati Sharma translated this book in Telgu language in 1894. Shri Shroti Kishan Swaroop of Bijnor translated this book into Hindi and Urdu languages in 1904. All this gave a wide propagation to this system.
The concept of Panchamahabhutas (five elements) is defined vividly and scientifically in Ayurveda classics. It is stated that human body is panchabhautika (penta elemental) and the food we eat is also panchabhautik, when the food undergoes digestion with the help of jatharagni (digestive fire) parthiv (Prithvi Dominant) properties of food nourishes the parthiv parts of body. In this manner symmetrical properties of mahabhutas (elements) gives nutrition to corresponding symmetrical organs of body.
Naturopathic cure has three main components:
1. The elimination of evil habits such as overeating, consuming alcoholic drinks, drugs, coffee, or meat, excessive worry, etc.
2. Corrective habits to regain health including proper breathing, exercise, positive mental attitude, and moderation in the pursuit of health and wealth.
3. New principles of living which includes the proper selection of food, hydrotherapy, light and air baths, mud baths, manipulation, mineral salts from organic sources, and steam or Turkish baths.
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