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A single simple word with our whole world in it!- AYURVEDA


Ayurveda is all about living best life

Some of the greatest endowments of Ayurveda upon us are

  • Understanding of our body as a miniscule of this universe through the concept of Panchmahabhutas- Aakash (Ether), Vayu (air), Agni (Fire), Jal (Water) and Prithvi (Earth)
  • Uncomplicated yet detailed division of body in three humors (i) Vata (ii) Pitta (iii) Kapha
  • Simple and comprehensive description of seven body tissues (i) Rasa (ii) Rakta (iii) Mamsa (iv) Meda (v) Asthi (vi) Majja (vii) Shukra
  • Individualistic approach for every patient in diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of Ayurveda
  • Using all the natural and simplest tools of diagnosis (i) Nadi (Pulse) (ii) Mootra (Urine) (iii)Mala (Stool) (iv) Jihva (Tongue) (v) Shabda (Speech) (vi) Sparsha (Touch) (vii)Druk (Vision) (viii) Aakruti (Appearance)
  • Nadi pariksha- A unique, non-invasive, scientific, authentic and reliable approach for diagnosis
  • Description of herbs, cereals, pulses, fruits & vegetables with their botany, areas of growth, gathering, storage, usage, indications, contra- indications, formulations
  • Understanding about time, mode, carrier of administration for various medicines.
  • Din Charya (daily regime), Rutu Charya (Seasonal regime) according to diverse regions (tropic, temperate, costal, cold)
  • Aahar (food) and vihar (lifestyle) for healthy and unhealthy people
  • Matchless Panchkarma treatments with multi-fold benefits (i) Vamana- Emesis (ii) Virechana- Purgation (iii) Basti- Enema (iv) Nasya- Nasal instillations (v) Rakta mokshana- blood letting
  • Initiation on the path of Raj Yoga- Yama (self-control), Niyama (discipline), Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (regulation of breath), Pratyahara (victory over our five senses), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), Samadhi (utmost state of equilibrium)