Ayurveda means the Science of Life and has been practiced in India from time immemorial to the present day as a primary care system of medicine. Ayurveda restores health through balancing the bodily humours, metabolism, tissues, cleansing of metabolic wastes, and by bringing pleasantness to the mind, senses, and the Self.

This indigenous system of medicine treats disease by preventive measures including, Personal hygiene (svasthvritta), Daily routine (dinacharya), Seasonal routine (ritucharya), Appropriate behaviour (sadachara), Detoxification (sodhana & panchakarma), Palliative therapies (samana), Rejuvenation therapies (rasayana) and Aphrodisiac treatments (vajikarana).

Ayurveda, the holistic medicine specialized in eight canonical departments as General medicine (kaya chiktsa), Paediatrics (koumara bhrtya), Surgery (salya chiktsa), E.N.T (urdhvanga chikitsa), Psychiatry (graha chiktsa), Toxicology (visha or damshtra chikitsa), Rejuvenation (rasayana chiktsa) and Aphrodisiac therapy (vajikarana chikitsa). This time tested science had developed various medicinal preparations/formulae such as asava & arishta, gulika or vati, lehya, ghrita and bhasma, in addition to surgical procedures.

Focus Areas
  • Rejuvenation Therapy for optimal health & wellness
  • Preventive medicine for diabetes type II
  • Treatment for Infertility Health
  • Ayurveda for Cognitive Enhancement
  • Women’s Health
  • Healthy Weight Loss