Ayurveda is as old as 5000 years system of natural healing and science of life. With origins found in the Vedic culture, Ayurveda has historical roots in India. With a major resurgence in the world, this disciple has embraced concepts of classical ayurvedic medicine towards human wellbeing. It is also said that Ayurveda as a discipline reminds of health being a balanced integration of body, mind, spirit and environment. With a primary focus on prevention of diseases, Ayurveda also heals the body naturally.
Moreover, the curative Ayurveda is a complete way of life through specialisations in General Medicine, E.N.T. & Ophthalmology, Toxicology, Psychology & Psychiatry, Nutrition, Surgery, Pediatrics, and Aphrodisiacs. All these branches revolve around the three concepts of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Believing in a fact that human body is a mirror to physical surroundings, Ayurveda helps with changes in lifestyle and effective use of our senses towards full human potential.