Ayurveda treatment is very effective in reducing the body weight and extra accumulated fat in our body. Managed by effective internaql medicines along with panchakarma treatments like vdwartanam, ushma swedanam, dhanyamladhara etc. Special diet and life style modification’s are recomended during the treatment.


Skin diseases like psoriasis are well managed in ayrveda by shreedhana, internal medicines and panchakarma treatments like thakradhara, virechanam, lepanam etc.

Rejuvenation therapy

Rejuvenation therapy is to keep the body and mind young, to improve physical strength, to tone up muscles and to improve vigour and vitality. For the rejuvenation of the mind meditation and yoga is also available. Treatment includes – general body massage or abhayangam, rejuvination massage, medicated steam bath, shashtika pinda swedam, shirodhara, shirovasthy etc.


Rise in blood pressure above the normal range is hypertension. Cardiovascular risk associated with a given blood pressure are depent upon the combination of risk factors like age, weight, gender, physical inactivity, smoking, family history, blood cholestrol, diabetes mellitus and pre existing vascular diseases. So it is important to maintain the blood pressure within the normal range. Ayurveda is rich in herbal medicines which effectively controls the blood pressure to normal. Antihypertensive treatment includes effective internal medicines, natural therapies, like style modification, stress ...

Body Purification Programme

According to ayurveda, accumulation of vitiated doshas and toxins inside the body is the cause of diseases. So it is very necessary to expel or remove these toxins and free radicals from the body. Shodhana is that which expels the vitiated doshas out of the body forcibly. This treatment has 3 phases – Poorvakam preparatory stage, pradhana karma or panchakarma treatment stage and paschat karma or post purification stage. Poorvakarma includes snehanam and swedanam process like abhyangam, patrapodala swedanam, choornapinda swedanam etc and pradhana karma include vamanam, virechanam, nasyam, vas...

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is world wide in distribution and the incidence of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes is rising. Obesity, unsatisfactory diet, sedentary life style, increasing urbanisation are some of the factors contributing to the type 2 diabetes. Diabetes mellitus is characterised by hyper glycaemia due to absolute or relative deficiency of insulin. Lack of insulin effects the metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fat, and causes a significant disturbance of water and electrolyte homestasis. Ayurveda has effective internal medicines which increase the insuling secretion and helps in the metabolism...