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ELAKIZHI (Patra Potala Sweda)​


Finely chopped herbal leaves and herbal powders are warmed in medicated oil and bundled in a poultice which is used for the fomentation massage. Elakizhi promotes better circulation, relieves stiffness, treats aches and pains and sports injuries.

KATI BASTI, GREEVA BASTI, JANU BASTI


Localized oil pooling therapies for back, neck and knee joints to improve the strength of the joint capsule. It is used in treating spondylitis, disc bulge and wear and tear conditions of the joints

MUKHALEPAM​


Application of  herbal face pack for a specific duration on the face. It enhances the glow, lustre  and is useful in the management of acne, hyperpigmentation and many  skin issues.

NAVARAKIZHI​


(Shastika Shali Pinda Sweda) Hot medicated cooked special rice boluses bundled in cloth bags (poultices) are applied on the body and massaged to induce sudation. This procedure strengthens muscles and improves nerve conduction.

NETRA TARPANAM​


Medicated ghee is retained for prescribed time over the eyes. Prevents eye diseases and gives a cooling effect to the eye. Very good to relieve eye strain for those who work with computers in longer duration .

 

PANCHAKARMA​


It is five-fold and a process of detoxification or cleansing used to eliminate the inherent cause of a disease.

  • Vamana – Emesis.
  • Virechana – Purgation.
  • Basti – Rectal route of administering medication.
  • Nasya – instilling of medicated drops into the nostril.
  • Rakta Mokshana – Bloodletting.

PIZHICHIL (Dhara)​

Pouring medicated oil over affected body parts with gentle massage. This is effective in  musculo  skeletal disorders, cervical spondylitis and back pain.

PICHU​


Pichu is an application of cotton pads dipped in warm medicated oil over body parts. Pichu is considered an effective treatment for diseases of Vata. This anti-inflammatory therapy is very effective for degenerative and painful spinal problems.

SHIRODHARA


Gentle streaming of warm medicated oil over the fore head. It has the best stress relieving effect. Also used in neurological conditions.

THALAM​


Herbal powder mixed with prescribed oil is kept on the crown of the head during a course of an oil application. It is useful for healing sinusitis and also reduces headache due to stress.

UDWARTANAM​


Application of herbal powder mixed with oil, buttermilk or medicated decoction. This powder is rubbed upwards on the body. It is good for weight reduction and mobilization of fat.

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Ayurveda

Ayurveda the science of life and longevity, which is about 5000 years old, is the oldest healthcare system in the world and it combines the profound thoughts of medicine and philosophy. Since then Ayurveda has stood for the wholesome physical, the mental and spiritual growth of humanity around the world. Ayurveda is a unique, indispensable branch of healing which is based on the concept of balanced body, mind, spirit, emotions and senses.

हिताहितंसुखंदुखंआयुस्तस्यहिताहितं I 

मानंचतत्चयत्रोक्तंआयुर्वेदंसउच्यते  II (च.सू.)

Ayurveda is a science that describes the advantageous, disadvantageous, happy and unhappy states of life, in addition to what good and bad for life and its measurement.

“स्वास्थ्यस्यस्वास्थ्यरक्षणंआतुरस्यविकारप्रशमनम् I”

Ayurveda shows different ways to maintain the health of a person and also the different ways to treat a diseased person.
The key concepts of Ayurvedic medicine include universal interconnectedness (among people, their health, and the universe), the body’s constitution (prakriti), and life forces (dosha), which are often compared to the biologic humors of the ancient Greek system. Using these concepts, Ayurvedic physicians at Vivekananda Health Global prescribe individualized treatments, including compounds of herbs or proprietary ingredients, diet, exercise, and lifestyle recommendations. Health is a balanced state of body humors, tissues, digestive fire, soul, sense organs and mind. The principles of Ayurveda like Dinacharya, Rtucharya, Sadvritha etc. balances an individual’s physical and mental health.So everyone should follow these regimens for  getting healthy life. 

Dinacharya (Daily Regimen)

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“Daily-routine” is a concept in  ayurvedic medicine that looks at the cycles of nature and daily activities around these cycles. Ayurveda contends that routines help establish balance and that understanding daily cycles are useful for promoting health. Dinacharya says that each day two cycles of change occur, that correlate with the Ayurvedic concept of dosha. Routines covered by dinacharya include: waking up early in the morning, attending to nature calls or elimination, hygiene, massage, exercise, bathing, meditation and prayer, meals, study, work, relaxation and sleeping. Dinacharya is one of the best things that you can do to stay in balance, prevent diseases  and treat almost any disease.   

Ritucharya

Varsha (Monsoon)

Sharada (Autumn)

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Hemanta (Winter)

Shishira
(Late Winter)

Grishma (Summer)

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Vasanta
(Spring)

 In Ayurvedic literature the year is divided into six ritus (seasons) – varsha (monsoon), sharada (autumn), hemanta (winter), shishira (late winter), grishma (summer) and vasanta (spring).The term prakriti denotes both body constitution and nature, it is only expected that with the changing seasons of nature there will be corresponding effects on the bhutas and thereby the doshas of the constitution. Cold, dry weather for instance enhances vata, hot humid climate increases pitta, while cold, wet weather aggravates kapha. To avoid such continued aggravation leading to imbalance of the doshas, Ayurveda prescribes a seasonal routine to preserve the doshic balance as the seasons change. For each season therefore, there is a unique diet (ahara) and a distinct mode of living (vihara). These keep your dosha’s in a state of equilibrium and help you cope with the stress and strain of changing seasons.

Sadvritha (Ethical Regimen)

Ayurveda prescribes certain rules for maintaining healthy mind. These are principles of right conduct that are applicable to all people at all times and places. Practicing them gives balance and peace to the mind. Mind has a strong relation to the Tridosha balance and thereby health.

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