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Ayurveda for Health

Most of us struggle to maintain a good balance in life when it comes to family, health, and work. We tend to prioritize one over the other, creating a rift that leaves us disheveled and unbalanced. While unhealthy lifestyles can lead to an array of problems like acidity, indigestion, stress, and other lifestyle-related illnesses, Ayurveda can help create harmony between the body, mind and spirit. Read some simple tips based on the Ayurveda principle.
  • Massaging oil into your body brings immediate benefits: it not only improves the texture of your skin and brings a healthy glow, but improves your sleep and reduces vata dosha in your system. Allowing vata dosha to accumulate can lead to mental agitation. Vata dosha has qualities that are rough, dry, light, mobile and cool, so an application of warm oil works as an antidote to all these qualities. The best time to oil yourself is in the morning before bathing or showering.
  • Watch your negative vibes: Life isn’t that bad when you look at it, life has lots of surprises, some don’t make us so happy; however learning from each incident will be the right thing to do. Look at the beautiful things you have, rather than seeing the negative sides. Try to keep your mind clear of emotions such as anger, jealousy, depression, greed, hatred, sadness etc.
  • Drink hot water: Due to keeping an irregular schedule, eating inappropriate food and dealing with the general stress of everyday life, something called ama accumulates in your body. Ama translates as ‘undigested food juice’, and it floats around your bloodstream looking for places to lodge and start the disease process. The qualities of ama are heaviness, cold, dampness and dullness; hot water, with its opposite properties, helps to allay the production of ama in the digestive system.
  • Ayurveda recommends that lunch be the largest meal of the day, since that is the time the digestive agni is working at its maximum potency. As the sun goes down, so does our agni. Dinner should be lighter than lunch, and should ideally be eaten before 8:00 p.m. Late-night meals interfere with sleep, and after 10:00 p.m. the body is working to burn off toxins and continue to digest food from the day.
  • A good night’s rest is beneficial for maintaining youthful skin. Remember to avoid stimulating activities during the night time as it won’t allow you to sleep such as working, being on the computer, watching television and even eating. Best to have your last meal at least two hours before sleeping so you can digest and sleep. If you find it hard to fall asleep, try to sleep before 10 pm, as this is the kapha time of night.
  • Aim of Ayurmend ayurveda:
  • Preservation of health of healthy people and to help them attain the four principles of life through Rasayana therapy (Rejuvenation)
  • Curative measures to diseased people through ayurvedic treatments, panchakarma and herbal medications
  • Relief from the Stress and mental illness.

Nadi Pariksha

Nadi Pareeksha is also known as 'Nadi chikitsa' or the Ayurvedic pulse reading, which can accurately diagnose both physical and mental diseases as well as dosha imbalances. ... Nadi Pareeksha is widely used since 5000 years for the diagnosis of imbalance of dosha in the body and concluding a disease.


Panchakarma is not only for detoxifying the body, but also for rejuvenation — strengthening the immune system, and restoring balance and well-being. It is one of the most effective healing modalities in Ayurvedic Medicine. It is recommended on a seasonal basis, as well as when an individual feels out of balance or is experiencing illness.

    Five Basic Shodanas: Cleansing Methods
  • Vamana: therapeutic vomiting or emesis
  • Virechan: purgation
  • Basti: enema
  • Nasya: elimination of toxins through the nose
  • Rakta Moksha: detoxification of the blood


An individually prepared herbal-oil massage designed to deeply penetrate the skin, relax the mind-body, break up impurities, and stimulate both arterial and lymphatic circulation. It enhances the ability of nutrients to reach starved cells and allows for the removal of stagnant waste. The desired result is a heightened state of awareness that will direct the internal healing system of the body.


Shirodhara is a classical and a well-established ayurvedic procedure of slowly and steadily dripping medicated oil or other liquids on the forehead. This procedure induces a relaxed state of awareness that results in a dynamic psycho-somatic balance.


Swedana is a steam treatment explained in Ayurvedic medical science. The word Sweda is derived from Sanskrit swid, meaning 'to sweat or to perspire'. So swedana is the process of inducing sweat with the help of steam, generated from medicated herbal decoctions.


A dry lymphatic skin brushing with either a wool or silk glove. This enhances circulation and cleanses the skin so that subsequent oil and herbal treatments can penetrate deeply into freshly cleansed pores.


Nasyam is a Ayurvedic method of treatment for headache, sinusitis, migraine, ear, nose and throat. During this procedure, medicated powder, juice, or herbal oils are applied through the nostrils. Seed therapy is very effective in removing toxins from the scalp and purifying organs. The healing oils and powders used in this process stimulate important centers of your brain that control your emotions. Frequent use of Alone therapy reduces stress, detoxifies and improves your skin tone.


Udwarthanam is one of the most sought after Ayurvedic treatments for weight loss. It is a unique deep tissue massage using herbal powders. In this procedure, the body may be coated with herbal oils, and then herbal powders called Choornams are rubbed forcibly on the body in the upward direction.
By generating heat through massage, this treatment melts the excess fat that is accumulated in the body. It improves the blood circulation, rejuvenates the body and improves skin texture. Certain skin diseases can be treated with Udwarthanam.