Aam Assesment

(Know the undigested metabolic waste in your body)

Aam is a crucial concept in the Ayurvedic system of medicine, as it is a toxic substance that is produced in the body as a result of poor digestion and metabolism. When there is a low digestive fire in the gastrointestinal system or at a cellular or tissue level, excessive aam can accumulate and obstruct the channels in the body, leading to various health issues.

Aam has a stubborn nature, and its toxins can stick to the intestinal tract, clog arteries, and penetrate deeper into skin cells and subtle channels of the mind. Ayurvedic practitioners consider Aam as the key causative factor of all diseases and health conditions, collectively referred to as Amaya.

If left untreated, Aam can weaken the immune system and affect the relationship between the body and mind in the long run. Therefore, it is important to address Aam by improving digestion and metabolism to prevent the accumulation of toxins in the body.

The concept in Āyurveda is that if treated in early stages, it is possible to interfere with the degenerative, inflammatory and other progressive pathologies for early prevention of disease.

How to use-

·      Be completely honest with your answers.

·      Think twice before choosing the options.

·      Always means – between 28 to 31 days.

·      Usually/Most of the times- between 14 to 21 days

·      Sometimes- between 7 to 13 days

·      Rarely – 1 to 7 days

·      Mild activities- walking slowly, sitting using computer, standing light work such as cooking washing etc and playing instruments.

·      Moderate activities- Brisk walk, cleaning heavy such as washing windows, vaccuming, moping etc. bicycling light effort, badminton tennis doubles

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