Ayurveda is an ancient system of Indian Medicine which deals with the physical, mental, social and spiritual aspects of human life.

In Ayurveda life is defined as a unified state of the physical body, five sence organs, mind and soul.This holstic approach is unique to Ayurveda when compared to other popular systems at present. According to Ayuveda a healthy person (SWASTHA) is one who is established in himself. For that one has to have.

1. Equilibrium of Somatic and Psychic humours
2. A balanced metabolic activity at all levels
3. The seven basic elements evenly nourished
4. Proper drainage of waste products along with a pleasant mind, sense organs and self.

Two streams are advocated in Ayurveda. One is to preserve and to enhance the health status of already healthy individuals. Second one comprises the management of disease and restoration of health.


This treatement is includes five therapeutic procedures intented to bring changes in the body at the basic level. Panchakarma is essentially a cleansing process to remove the accumulated toxins at all levels and also to make ground for proper rejuvenation of the system. The Panchakarma protocol consists of preliminary and post treatment procedures. Panchakarma is done both as prophylatic and curative measures.


A unique contribution of Ayurveda which is rejuvenative in nature and to be followed after Panchakarma. Rasayana has multidiamentional mode of action. This, cures the disease, delays the ageing process, sustain immunity, enhance mental competence if resorted to in the prescribed manner.

This has two protocols

1. Short term therapy with strict indoor regimen
2. Long term therapy with less restrictions.

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