Complete Detox - Panchakarma Chikitsa
Body Purification - Shodhana Chikitsa
Stress Management - Manashanthi Chikitsa
Weight Management - Sthoulyaghna Chikitsa
Ayurveda Immunity Boosting - Rasayana Chikitsa

Treatment time: 21 to 28 days
Panchakarma is a rigorous cleaning therapy based on early Ayurvedic writings such as the Charaka Samhita. Panchakarma, which literally means “five activities,” is primarily concerned with physical cleansing. According to Charaka Samhitha, the five Panchakarma activities are Vamana (induced vomiting), Virechana (purgation), Kashaya Vasti and Sneha Vasti (two types of medicinal enemas), and Nasya (nasal medication). It is preceded by a procedure known as Poorvakarma. At this point, the body is ready to rid itself of “toxins,” first by Snehanam, which makes the body unctuous or oily inside and outwardly, and then through Swedanam, which implies therapeutic sweating. Following the completion of the preliminary stage, the doctor will recommend one or more of the five Panchakarma cleaning treatments based on the individual’s health. The third and last stage of therapy is Samana or Paschatkarma, in which the patient undertakes remedial measures such as medications, mild therapeutic treatments, suitable nutrition, and body and mind activities. After completing the Panchakarma therapy, the imbalances that cause illnesses in the individual are stabilised and brought back into harmony.


Treatment time: 14 to 21 days
Shodhana chikitsa is a body purifying therapy that incorporates some panchakarma techniques.
Purvakarma, a step in which the body prepares for toxin clearance, comes before it. A minimum of 21 days is necessary for a thorough detox Panchakarma therapy.


Treatment time ranges from 14 to 28 days.

Treatments for stress management, which literally means “mental peace,” strive to alleviate the negative consequences of mental strain, such as stress, sleeplessness, loss of focus, exhaustion, and headaches, and to improve your mental health. The treatment cycle for Manashanti chikitsa/therapy is divided into three stages: Poorvakarma (preparatory phase), Shodana (cleaning or elimination phase), and Samana (corrective and rejuvenation phase).

The body is primed for toxin removal during the first stage by Snehanam- internal and external oleation, followed by Swedanam-therapeutic sweating. Once the body has been prepped, the doctor will select the cleaning or panchakrma therapy depending on the bodily constitution and medical condition of each individual. These two rounds of therapy will guarantee that the doshas (body constitution) imbalances are corrected. The third and final stage of treatment is Samana or Paschatkarma, in which the body is gradually brought out of the intense cleansing and elimination stage by administering corrective medicines and moderate therapeutic treatments, as well as an appropriate diet and yoga asanas to correct and rejuvenate the body.


Treatment time for Sthoulyaghna Chikitsa is 14 to 28 days.

This Ayurvedic remedy for weight loss works by raising metabolism, which aids in fat use and increases bodily vitality, resulting in less fat accumulation in the body. It is primarily about purifying the body by removing extra cellulite deposits and avoiding sickness.


 Immune Boosting Therapy Duration begins at 14 days.

Treatment for Post-COVID Health Rehabilitation Duration begins at 21 days.

Treatment for Cleansing and Rejuvenation in Preventive Medicine Duration begins at 14 days.

Rasayana Chikitsa is a comprehensive treatment for cleaning, rejuvenation, and regeneration of all cells and tissues, as well as for mental well-being, intelligence, and immune system strengthening. Rasayana therapies are given to those who have a weakened immune system and lack vigour. This treatment has two purposes: one is to assist an ill person return to normalcy, and the other is to enable a healthy person experience increased vigour, immunity, and cognition. This therapy begins with a two-week cleanse to remove toxins. Only then do the rejuvenation therapies, as well as the prescribed medications and nutrition, begin. The goal is to prevent cell deterioration and boost immunity. In fact, the procedure helps to keep people healthy even as they become older. The body is prepared for toxin removal during the first stage via Snehanam, which entails making the body unctuous or oily internally and externally, and Swedanam, which implies therapeutic sweating. Shodhana, or elimination, is then performed using proper Panchakarma procedures. The patient’s doshas (body constitution) and imbalances are adjusted before the rejuvenation process begins by requiring him to undertake these therapies. Treatments are offered to promote vitality during the rejuvenation period.


Specific Ailments & Conditions

(Individual therapy will be determined completely by the Vaidya based on the individual’s needs, following a long consultation procedure.)

Prameha Chikitsa – Diabetes Management
Annavaha srotho dushty – Gastro intestinal disorders
Hrudroga – Cardiovascular disorders
Kamila and Yakruth vikara – Liver disorders
Mootravaha Srotho dushty – Urological Disorders
Swasanavaha srotho dushty – Respiratory Diseases
Vata Vyadhi – Neurological disorders
Sandigata Vata roga & Vata raktha – Muskulo Skeletal and Joint Disorders
Anthasrava granthi roga – Hormonal and Metabolic disorders
Seethapitta, Udwartha & Koda – Allergic Disorders
Sthreeroga – Gynec disorders
Vandyata chikitsa – Infertility
PALANA – Cancer Care and management
Punarnnava – Mental Health and Post de-addiction Rejuvenation
Geriatric Care – Healthy aging
Twak Rogas – Skin disorders

Diabetes is treated in Ayurveda with a whole chapter called Prameha. In our opinion, there are three periods in diabetes: the beginning Kapha phase, when exercise and food are important, the middle pitta phase, where there are inflammatory changes, and the Vata phase, where neurological disorders are widespread. We provide proper therapy based on the kind of Prameha.
The Vaidyas will choose the best treatment plan for individuals who have many issues to address. If your ailment is not listed here, please contact our Vaidya to learn about your treatment options. We only perform Panchakarma treatments on individuals who are medically fit according to the parameters outlined in ancient Ayurvedic text texts (Ashtangasangraha, Charaka samhitha and Susrutha Samhitha) Patients who are bedridden, wheelchair bound, or extremely ill cannot be treated here.

Colic in the abdomen, bloating, and pain
Abdominal discomfort is caused by reasons such as agnimandyam (poor digestive strength), udavartha (kind of obstruction), malfunction of samana and flow of Apana Vayu, and uncontrolled dietary habits, according to Ayurveda. This is also a symptom of Gulma (bloated sensation) and Arsas (Haemorrhoid) sickness. In order to manage such circumstances, the reason must first be discovered, followed by adequate Agni augmentation, regularisation of the functions and flow of Apana Vata, and dietary modifications. Follow-up medications are also required for treatment. In Ayurveda, most ailments are caused by poor digestion.
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and Gastritis

Gastritis is primarily caused by a disruption in pitta characteristics, which leads to disruptions in its functions, resulting in symptoms of gastritis. Because of the involvement of Pitta and Vata, it might be linked to Gulmam and amlapitta disorders in Ayurveda. The management involves managing the disrupted Pitta and Vata properties by the use of drugs that assist lower Pitta and Vata, as well as avoiding Pitta-inducing food goods. Meditation and yoga practises might be beneficial in some circumstances.
Dysentery and diarrheal disorders.
Dysentery and diarrhoea are frequently associated with illnesses such as Atisara and Pravahika. This disease is characterised by vitiation of Agni (fire), Pitta, Raktha (blood), and Kapha. Treatment focuses on removing ama (“toxins”) from the system, enhancing agni, sthambanam (blockage) of blood and mucus flow, and balancing Kapha. Rakthaatisaram (haematochezia) and Pravahika treatment procedures are used. A diet tailored to the conditions is in the works. The strategy in problems of the alimentary canal is to enhance the body’s digestive and absorptive ability.
In Ayurveda, it is called as Ajeernam and has several causes. The primary cause is bad dietary habits, which include eating incorrect foods at inappropriate times and frequencies. These, coupled with stress and worry, disrupt the functioning of Agni (fire), the primary component responsible for digestion, metabolism, and food absorption. Agni is not the only dosha that is out of balance. In current terminology, it is classified as Ulcer and Non-Ulcer Dyspepsia, with the former being treated with Vidagdha Ajeerna, amlapitta, and Jwara. The latter is treated similarly to Gulmam, pacifying excessive Vata and Kapha; in both situations, increasing Agni is critical.
Haemorrhoid – Pile
In Ayurveda, piles are associated with Arshas and are produced by incompatible dietary items, repression of impulses, damage to the anal area, straining in the rectal region, birth deformity, and so on. These variables disrupt Agni, which vitiates Vata, Pitta, and Kapha; this, after localising in the rectal area, produces disruption in the qualities of Raktha (blood), Mamsa (muscle), and Medas (Fat), resulting in the production of growths in the anal region. They are divided as bleeding and non-bleeding piles based on the prevalence of Dosha. The management consists of eliminating impurities from the system (shodhanam -cleaning, only for those who are fit for “cleansing”), samananam, and bringing about vatanulomana by the use of medications and nutrition according to the situation.
Please keep in mind: Surgical procedures such as Kshara sutra and agnikarma are not practised here.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
In Ayurveda, IBS is primarily associated with Grahani and is caused by a disruption of a functional organ called Grahani, which has various roles connected to digestion. These, along with Agni (Fire) disturbances, alter the frequency and texture of bowel movements. Mental tension or worry plays a significant effect in influencing Vata and Pitta. Treatment focuses on enhancing the functioning of Agni, Grahani, and Dostha through the use of Grahi (holding property) medications. Providing required interventions to address the mental reasons.
Colitis ulcerative
In Ayurvedic terms, it is connected to Pitta/Rakta Atisaram (Haematochezia), Pitta Kapha Grahani. This is caused mostly by pitta and vata vitiation, which promotes colon inflammation; the therapy involves lowering Vata and pitta as well as Vrana Ropana (healing )
Ulcerative Colitis
Correlated to Parinama sula/Annadrava shoola, induced by Pitta and Kapha Vitiation, which affects the characteristics of Pitta and Vata in the GI system. Its causal variables include an imbalanced diet and lifestyle. Vrana Ropanam (ulcer healing) remedies, Pita and Vata pacifying medications were used as treatments. Post-treatment medication therapy of 3 to 6 months is also advised. Panchakarma therapies may not be appropriate in some cases.

Cardiovascular diseases – Hrudroga
Hyperlipidaemia, atherosclerosis, and arteriosclerosis
Although these ailments are categorised as vascular illnesses, Ayurveda attributes them to medo dhathu (Fat tissues) difficulties and srothas (channels) obstruction. Depending on the issue, medications will be used to rectify the lipid metabolism and ‘clean’ the arteries. It should be emphasised that the sickness manifests itself in the heart or blood vessels, but the real issue began with digestion and metabolism. Aside from drugs, nutrition and lifestyle play an important role in the management of cardiovascular disorders.
Aftercare for Cardiovascular Disease
Changes occur in many areas of post-cardiac illness patients, beginning with the heart and progressing through the physical, mental, and social. We aim to solve issues that can be managed in stages.
Hypercholesterolemia, Atherosclerosis
In Ayurveda, these circumstances are referred to as medo dhathu – (fat tissue) growth. There are herbs that can help minimise blood vessel adhesion and enhance cardiovascular problems. The therapies you get here are a forerunner to the lifestyle adjustments you must sustain at home.
The therapy for hypertension differs depending on the underlying reason. The general idea is to rectify the vata flow and remove any ‘obstruction’. It also focuses on three marmas (vital parts): the heart, the bladder, and the head.


In Ayurveda, hepatitis and associated disorders are referred to as Kamala. Kamala is a Pitta-based illness that affects the mobility and functioning of the gastrointestinal and systemic systems. The Ayurvedic treatment plan asks for Virechanam (purgation) and decrease of Pitta and related variables of Kapha and Vata. In general, liver cases in Ayurveda have a favourable prognosis depending on the chronicity and aetiology. Following therapy, internal medications must be administered.
Fatty liver
Fatty liver is a disorder produced by an increase in sneha (oily) properties in the body, which is caused by a disruption in the Medo Dhatu (fat tissue), which is induced by Mandagni (low metabolic Fire). It is a clinical condition in which Kapha traits rise in the Pitta domain. Treatment includes enhancing Rookshana (dry characteristics) and Pachana (metabolism) to lower Kapha and rectify Pitta. Panchakarma can be performed depending on the condition.

Dysuria with spasms and discomfort Muthrakrichram causes painful micturition as a result of inflammation. Udawartha Chikthsa will be the approach (removing blockage). Internal medication is also required for a few months after therapy. Prostatic hyperplasia that is benign Vata asthila is a benign swelling of the prostate gland that can make it difficult to urinate. Mutraghata (dysuria) and mutrashtila (stone-like obstruction) have been completed. Renal stone Asmari – (stones) are classified according to Dosha predominance. In many situations, the solution is as simple as continuing to take medicine and changing one’s diet.

Asthma, Bronchitis, and other Respiratory Disorders Associated with Dyspnea
Asthma and similar breathing illnesses are basically caused by a disruption in digestive fire, the creation of Ama (toxic build up), which causes disturbances in respiratory passageways, and the vitiation of Vata and Kapha, according to Ayurveda. The agitated Vata enters the respiratory passageways and dislodges the Kapha, causing Vata to restrict the airways while also increasing Kapha production from Kapha locales. Ayurveda describes many forms of Shwasa (breathing illness) based on the predominance of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Management include removing excess Kapha from the system, limiting its overproduction, cleaning the Ama, regularising the flow of Vata, strengthening the lung, and modifying the diet based on the dosha involved. Panchakarma treatments are commonly recommended. The prognosis is determined by age and chronicity.

Palsy and facial paralysis.
In Ayurveda, this is known as Ardhitha. This sickness affects the Vatha divisions Prana, Udhanaa, and Vyana. The treatment plan focuses on reducing Kapha-Vata imbalance. Treatment procedures such as Sirovasthy, dhara, and Nasya are carried out. Prognosis: Better benefits are noticed within a year after beginning, however this varies from patient to patient. A one-year follow-up therapy is necessary in some cases.
Diabetes-Related Neuropathy
Diabetes can cause nerve damage. It is caused by an obstruction in the Vatha channel. The technique vary depending on whatever Avarana (covering/blockage) aspect of Vatha, Kapha, Pitha, Medha (fat), Raktha (blood), and Mamsa is present (muscles). According to Ayurvedic principles, it has three doshas imbalance and requires long-term therapy. First, we adjust Agni (fire) based on the dosha. Udwarthanam (powder massage), Abhyangam (oil massage), Pizhichil, kizhi, and vasthy are all effective local and systemic remedies.
Burning Neuropathy – A burning feeling, particularly in the feet. The Ayurvedic term for this condition is Daha (Burning feeling). Vatha is vitiated by Pitha in this technique. Pitha-reducing therapies, as well as focus to boost the digestive fire, are particularly useful for this illness. The patient’s prognosis is determined by the aetiology, age, and body type.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive, degenerative, autoimmune illness that affects nerve fibres in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord,) In Ayurveda, there is no direct association for MS, but demyelination signals a decline in dhatu agni (tissue level metabolism), and we strive to enhance dhatu agni, avarnahara (blockage removal), lowering vatha, and in later stages rasayana chikitsa (recuperative treatments). This disorder necessitates a long-term therapy strategy. The patient may require many hospital visits over the course of six months or a year.

Disease of the Motor Neurons (MND)
Based on the lesion, they are a set of neurological illnesses that specifically impact motor neurons, such as ALS, PLS, and PMA. The treatment strategy and prognosis are determined by the lesion and, more importantly, the clinical presentation. The treatment’s goal is to increase tissue level metabolism first, then avarnahara (removal of ‘blockage/ covering’), vatha alleviation, and finally rasayana chikitsa (recuperative treatments). Long-term therapy strategies are required for this illness. The initial visit is used to examine the patient’s condition, and based on that, follow-up therapy is prescribed by the doctor.

Paralysis occurs when an impulse across the nerves is not created or is not performed. When blood supply to the brain is interrupted, paralysis occurs. Pakshagatha is the Ayurvedic name for Hemiplegia and can refer to either an ischemic or a hemorrhagic stroke. The prognosis and strategy will differ depending on the nature and location of the lesion, as well as the patient’s age. Long-term therapy is required, and the suggestion is to start with a 21-day treatment and then follow up with a follow-up treatment as directed by the doctor. The treatment focuses on enhancing the responsiveness to nerve stimulation, improving tone, and decreasing muscle and joint stiffness. Yoga and meditation approaches to increase mental power will also be used.
A central nervous system degenerative condition that frequently affects the patient’s motor skills, communication, and other activities. It can be associated as kampha (tremor), stambha (rigidity), cestanasana (bradykinesia) in the Ayurvedic view point, which are discussed in separate contexts and not bundled as part of one condition. It can also be correlated as kambha vatha, which is a vatha problem. The fundamental strategy is to reduce vatha and kapha, and therapies such as agni deepen (improving cellular metabolism), avarangna (reducing metabolic ‘blocks,’ and rasayana (restorative) are used according on the circumstance. A long-term therapy strategy is required. The patient is recommended to come in for the initial round of treatments, and then subsequent treatments are arranged based on the response.
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) – Severe paroxysmal, abrupt lancing pain caused by a disease of the fifth cranial nerve, which is becoming more common in hot climates. It is caused by an increase in the chalathwa (motility) and seetha (cool) characteristics of vata in the brain, according to Ayurveda. The therapy focuses on calming the vatha and lowering the Kapha effect.
Sleep problems Insomnia is defined as difficulties beginning and maintaining sleep, or both. Sleep is mentioned in ancient scriptures as one of the three foundations of existence. This is caused by Vata or Pitta imbalances. The therapies and drugs physically attempt to calm the patient’s thoughts. Relaxation methods and meditation are quite beneficial for such patients. The diet attempts to supplement some of the key components that are commonly deficient in persons with sleep disorders.

Dementia is a gradual progressive deterioration in mental function that impairs memory, reasoning, judgement, and learning capacity. The Ayurvedic name for dementia is smrthibhramsa. The divisions of Vata prana,udana and vyana, the sadhaka division of pitha,Avalembaka and tharpaka division of kapha,rajas and thamo doshas are all vitated in this situation. The treatment plan is totally determined by the patient’s condition.
Sciatica/Nerve Entrapment Syndrome Caused by sciatic nerve compression damage. In Ayurveda, it is known as Grudhrasi. The therapy focuses on lowering Kapha and Vatha, followed by just vatha relieving treatment. The prognosis is determined by the length of the onset. Other entrapment problems are treated dependent on the nerve implicated and the patient’s overall health.
Restless Legs Syndrome is characterised by uncomfortable sensations in the leg and an irrepressible impulse to move while lying down in an attempt to ease these emotions. According to Ayurveda, vatha chairs have a vatha rise and require vatha lowering therapy.
Ataxia – A lack of muscular control in the arms and legs, leading in a loss of balance and gait disruption. According to Ayurveda, ruksha (dryness) and calabha (motility) of vata are elevated in the majja dhatu (Tissue that nourishes bone), leading Kapha to decrease. Vata will be pacified by ushan veerya (hot properties) medicine, followed by madhura rasa (nourishing quality) drug.
Neuromyotonia Electrical activity of the peripheral nerve causes stiffness, delayed relaxation, and fasciculation. According to Ayurveda, the rukshathwa (dryness) and sita (coldness) qualities of vata are aggravated in the mamasa dhatu (muscle tissue). The therapy approach should aim to manage vata and balance mam

Low Back Ache
Back pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including local injury, inflammation, structural defects, internal organ disorders, and psychological factors. Back discomfort is frequently related with an imbalanced vata dosha in Ayurveda. Depending on the patient’s condition, we use a variety of therapies. Ayurveda does not prescribe any type of pain reliever. Because pain is a symptom of underlying illness, it goes away when the condition is resolved.
Podikizhi, Udwarthanam, elakizhi, Narangakizhi, Kadeevasthy, and Panchakarma procedures such as Kashayavasthy or Snehavasthy may be included in the therapies.
Arthritis rheumatoid, Gout
RA can be classified as Vata Rakatha or amavata in Ayurveda, based on the state or stage of the disease. RA is caused by Vata and Raktha-blood vitiation. The aetiology of this ailment ranges from one’s eating habits to one’s way of life. As a result, the therapies target the existing morbidity using both internal and exterior medications. The most important aspect of RA care is changing the diet so that the blood does not get vitiated.
Rehabilitation after a broken bone
In certain fractures, there are complications such as persistent pain or swelling, decreased motor function, numbness or paraesthesia, loss of muscle tone, and so on. Some of our drugs aid in the healing of the fracture. Ayurveda can assist in circumstances when physiological correction is required. Cases involving irreversible anatomical harm cannot be handled here.
Treatments primarily aim to balance the blood and vata doshas. The therapy varies depending on the circumstance, from Vataraktha (rheumatoid arthritis) to kushta (skin illnesses). Some require correction of the dhathu pachnam (tissue level metabolism), while others require’rejuvenating therapies’ to strengthen the body. Apart from improper nutrition and family history, special focus is paid to dealing with mental stress.
SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)
The symptoms of this ailment are comparable to those of blood and pita imbalances, vataraktha (inflammatory conditions induced by Vata and Pitta vitiation), and various skin problems. The strategy may alter depending on the patient’s health, chronicity, and age. Diet and lifestyle are important factors in various disorders. Depending on the patient’s condition, therapies may involve Panchkarama techniques.
Cervical spondylitis, frozen shoulder, shoulder griddle arthritis.
In Ayurveda, the sickness is divided into Apabahuka, greevagruha, and viswaji diseases based on the symptoms. Treatment also differs according on the problem. Treatments may include Sirodhara, Sirovasthy, and Nasya, in addition to therapeutic food and yoga.
Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis are both called bone Dhathu anomalies (tissue). Treatment focuses on increasing mobility, decreasing inflammation, and strengthening the joint. It is possible to slow the rate of deterioration.
Muscular Dystrophy, MD – Is a set of hereditary illnesses characterised by muscular weakening and tissue loss that worsens with time. The therapy differs depending on the kind of MD, duration, and state of the patient. According to Ayurveda, it is mostly dhatu agni mandhya (tissue level metabolic fault). First, we must address internal metabolism by strengthening muscles and enhancing joint mobility. Long-term therapy options are required for this illness. In general, 14 days of treatment is recommended as part of the assessment process, followed by a follow-up treatment based on the response. Depending on the patient’s health, the treatments may involve panchakarma procedures. Aside from the medicated diet, therapeutic yoga and exercise will be performed.

Thyroid dysfunction
Thyroid disorder has been linked to the Agni (metabolic fire) idea, pitta imbalance, and in rare cases, three doshas imbalance. The goal of the treatment is to repair the metabolism to the dhathu (cellular) level using drugs and a corrected diet. Yoga and meditation practises can assist with stress.


Hay fever
In Ayurveda, some forms of hay fever are associated with kshavathu. It is caused by vata and kapha disturbances; therapy involves increasing immunity, lowering vata and kapha, and avoiding trigger situations. Dietary guidelines should be observed in general. Because the Dosha cycle fluctuates with the seasons, general precautions and preventative measures should be taken in certain seasons, such as spring, where a natural flare-up is expected.
The condition is caused by Vata and Pitta, and there is Ama accumulation in the blood and lymph components; therapy includes eliminating the Ama and cleansing the body with Virechanam.

The Menopause Syndrome
Menopausal diseases are treated based on the patient’s body type. Those with excessive Pitta may experience hot flashes, those with Kapha may gain weight, those with Vata may experience sleep troubles, constipation, and so on. Some people have a mix of Dosha imbalances. As a result, therapies are personalised to the patient’s situation. The absence of menstruation — (one or more missing menstrual cycles) or scanty flow — is referred to as amenorrhoea/oligo menorrhea (Nashtarthavam). The cause should be determined and treated properly. Treatments for Rajonsasa (menstrual loss) or Arthava kshaya (oligo menorrhoea) are administered as needed. Treatment is required for 21 days, after which the patient should continue to take some internal medications. Dysmenorrhea (vathaki) – Painful menstruation, usually accompanied by stomach pains. The cause should be determined and treated properly. Treatments for vathaki and raktha pushtikara (blood cleansing and nourishing) are required. Endometriosis is defined as the abnormal proliferation of cells (endometrial cells) comparable to those found inside the uterus but in a region other than the uterus. Endometriosis is most usually detected on other pelvic organs. Treatments for Vatha dominance should be combined with Kapha pacification. The treatment plan may differ from one patient to the next. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition in which a woman’s hormones are out of balance. Kapha vata hara and srothosodhanana (“channel cleansing”) – Lekhana (literally meaning “scrapping”) drugs are prescribed for this, and patients must take them for at least three months. The patient may require three weeks of hospital care.
Leucorrhoea is a thick, white or yellowish vaginal discharge (Slaishmiki, Sewda pradhara). The cause should be determined and treated properly. Treatments and duration vary by individual. Dietary changes are essential in the treatment of leucorrhoea.

Infertility issues
Infertility (Vandhyata) – the reason should be determined and treated appropriately. Treatment is required for 21 to 28 days, following which they should take some internal medicine. It is preferable if both spouses receive therapy at the same time.
Oligospermia (Ksheena sukla) is a lack of sperm cells in the sperm.
Treatments targeted at increasing sperm potency and quality should be carried out. They will need therapy for 21-28 days and then some internal medication.
In most cases of infertility, the therapy is effective in the long term. In some circumstances, more visits may be necessary.

Rehabilitation following cancer treatment.
Ayurveda can address post-cancer treatment issues such as fatigue, memory and concentration changes, pain, nervous system changes (neuropathy), lymphedema or swelling, changes in weight and eating habits, bladder or bowel control problems, hormonal changes, low self-confidence, depression, and so on. Rasayana treatment, in basic terms, implies something that improves one’s quality of life. So, if you are disabled, this will assist you return to normalcy as soon as possible. These treatments are chosen based on the patient’s situation. Internal and external medications are used, as well as therapy practises like as massages, food, particularly medicated meals, and yoga for the mind and body.
Prevention therapy
The core of Ayurveda is illness prevention and health promotion. The daily routine, seasonal routines, cuisine tailored to individuals’ needs, and periodic “cleaning” or “metabolism correcting” treatment regiments stated in ancient writings as related by sages with their lifetime experience, which have also lasted the test of time, would undoubtedly be beneficial.

Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Rejuvenation after Addiction
These problems are addressed as Manasika rogas (mind diseases). In these circumstances, we offer medicines to repair the mental disturbance, but we also do therapy to correct any changes in the body that may have occurred as a result of extended stress and medication.
Please keep in mind that only patients who do not represent a threat to other people will be accepted here. We also advise that such patients be accompanied by a bystander.
Sleep disturbances Most sleep issues are caused by Vata or Pitta imbalances. Oversleeping is a Kapha imbalance. Each patient’s treatment regimen is unique. Internal medications, external therapies, and nutrition, yoga, and meditation practises will be used.

Strong “cleaning” therapies are not recommended in Ayurveda for the elderly, especially after the age of 70. Memory difficulties, Arthritis, Weakness, Digestion problems, neurological diseases, and depression are some of the concerns that ageing individuals confront. We develop remedies to improve the patient’s quality of life based on their age and conditions. This involves internal medications, external therapies, food, and therapeutic yoga.
The Vaidyas will choose the proper therapy procedure for individuals who have more than one condition to address. Please contact our Vaidya for information on ailments that are not covered here. We exclusively perform Panchakarma operations on patients who meet the criteria established by ancient Ayurvedic text texts (Ashtangasangraha, Charaka samhitha and Susrutha Samhitha) Patients who are bedridden, wheelchair-bound, or extremely ill cannot be treated here.

According to Ayurveda, skin has seven layers. It spreads to the deeper regions of the body. It is stated that your skin reflects the quality of your blood. Because of this, skin illnesses have deeper causes. That is, most skin disorders are firmly based in numerous dhatus or tissues such as fat, muscles, blood, and so on. The source of skin problems stems from hereditary issues that are influenced by our diet and lifestyle, as well as those of our forefathers.
Eczema and psoriasis. Ayurvedic psoriasis therapy includes a stringent diet plan as well as medications. These are paired with Panchakarma cleansing techniques.
Dermatitis is a skin ailment that may affect people of all ages. It is caused by the imbalance of the three doshas: vata, pitta, and kapha. Eczema is usually caused by pitha and raktha (blood) vitiation.
Our approach to treating skin problems differs depending on the patient. If two people have the same diagnosis in modern medicine, our therapies may differ based on the individual’s circumstances. To get at a diagnosis and therapy, we use main tenfold evaluation criteria.
Please keep in mind that we haven’t covered all skin problems because Ayurvedic diagnosis standards varies.

The Vaidyas will choose the best treatment plan for individuals who have many issues to address. If your ailment is not listed here, please contact our Vaidya to learn about your treatment options. We only perform Panchakarma treatments on individuals who are medically fit according to the parameters outlined in ancient Ayurvedic text texts (Ashtangasangraha, Charaka samhitha and Susrutha Samhitha) Patients who are bedridden, wheelchair bound, or extremely ill cannot be treated here.