This Year’s Nobel Prize In Medicine Puts Fresh Focus On Ayurveda


A medicina ocidental atual sabe que não consegue decifrar e curar tudo, e muitas vezes não usa os recursos mais coerentes.

Surge aí o reconhecimento da maravilha da Ayurveda, medicina indiana, a mais antiga do planeta, que olha para o ser humano de forma completa.

A Ayurveda não tem objetivo de curar sintomas e sim descobrir a causa do problema/doença/patologia, e procura a cura através do reestabelecimento do equilíbrio natural da pessoa, utilizando tratamentos terapêuticos naturais.

Muito bom ver o reconhecimento da Ayurveda, especialmente no Prêmio Nobel em Medicina, pois pode ajudar imensamente a todos nós.

The American scientists’ phenomenal research work has left us at an important juncture, where solutions need to be explored. Interdisciplinary and integrative research that blends insights from Ayurveda and modern medicine could probably offer solutions.

With the Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology having been announced, there is a lot to rejoice, not just for the scientific community but for the common man also, because it helps us to develop a better understanding of how our body works. This year’s prize is shared among American scientists Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W Young for their work on “molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms”. This would be great news for researchers and students of Ayurveda, the Indian science of health, as it will directly resonate with what they know