Ayurveda, a word originated from Sanskrit consists of basically two words, “Ayus“ which means life and “Veda” which means knowledge, Vedas have been acknowledged as the oldest written records in the history of civilization. But more than a written record it is a compendium of the knowledge systems that were in vogue at that particular age in India. Ayurveda is known as a branch of Atharvaveda


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Treatments done at this institution are with a personal touch of Vaidya, as touch bring connection, intimacy and harmony between a patient and Vaidya which will help for better understanding.

Vamana {Emesis}

Vamana Karma, also known as medical emesis or medical vomiting, is one of the five Pradhana Karmas of Panchakarma which is used in treating Kaphaj disorders.

Virechana {Purgation}

Virechana is one of the Panchakarma therapies wherein purgation is induced by drugs and it specifically aims at the elimination of excessive Pitta Dosha from the body.

Nasya {nasal medication}

‘Nasya’ is an Ayurvedic practice that encourages nasal administration of medicinal herbs, decoctions and oils

Vasti {administration of medicines through Anus}

Vasti is the procedure where the medicines in suspension form are administered through rectum or genitourinary tract using Vasti yantra (enema can or specific apparatus).

Rakthamokshana {blood letting}

Blood letting, or raktamokshana is one of the 5 therapies used in Ayurvedic medicine when performing panchakarma.