FAQ

Why Ayurveda is better compared to other medicines?

Ayurvedic system of medicine being a holistic approach to mankind, it not only treats the disease but treats the patients mentally as well as physically. It is a natural therapy hence it has no side effect or any complications, whereas other system of medicine has lots of side effects and several complications.

Can you suggest a safe remedy for Stress without any side effects?

Ashwagandha, Jatamansi and Brahmi are used to treat stress. It not only revitalises the body but also increases memory, strengthens the mind and helps to cope with exhaustion, overwork and fatigue.

Are Ayurvedic medicines free of side effects?

Yes. Ayurvedic medicines are natural and safe, they have no side effects. Since they are prepared form herbs & minerals after proper processing according to classical ayurvedic methods of manufacturing.

What is TRIDOSHA?

TRIDOSHA means three humoral factors which are responsible for performing all activities in the body. In Ayurveda diagnosis is based on tridosha. It also denotes your body type or body constitution. Every individual has specific bodytype (Know thyself ). If you know your body type and follow its does and doesn't, you can lead a healthy long life.

Does Ayurveda have beauty treatments ?

In Ayurveda, beauty is not just about carefully applied makeup or well manicured nails. Though there are various herbs to improve the texture of the skin and hair, beauty, according to Ayurveda, is the result of a radiant inner self. The radiance is caused by a healthy Ojas , the subtle quality of vigour or vitality. Which is the superfine essence of the seven dhatus.

I am suffering from chronic Skin Disease, kindly inform about any herbal medicine which will be good for me.

Neem Guard Capsule and Surakta Syrup are the good combination for your ailments. Also maintain your personal hygine and use Neem Bassed Soap for bathing

What is Sirodhara? Please inform me in details.

It is an adjuvent therapy of Panchakarma.

What is pulse examination in Ayurveda?

In Ayurveda, a disease is diagnosed with the help of three fingers which denotes the specific aggravation of DOSHAs. Ayurvedic experts are more capable in diagnosing a disease with the help of pulse examination.

Does Ayurveda have treatment for poisoning ?

Agadatantra ( toxicology), one of the eight branches of Ayurveda, is a well developed science. The charaka samhita describes treatments for the poisonous bites of snakes, scorpions, rats, spiders and so on and also lists 21 types of vegetable poisions.

What is difference between Arista and Ashav?

Arista is prepared with herbal decoction in hot water and Ashav is prepared with Cold infusion of herbs.

What is Panchamahabhuta?

Panchamahabhutas at a glance

I am a diabetic patient, please suggest some remedy for my ailment.

There are a number of herbal medicines as Momordicha charantia, Gymnema sylvestrae, Eugenia jambolana, & Shilajit etc .used in Ayurveda, for the treatment of this disease, however Madhumehari Granules which contains these all used in combination to obtain synergistic effect .You take 1 tea spoonful twice daily with water before meal

Do I have to be a vegetarian to follow an Ayurvedic lifestyle?

Ayurveda recommends foods that are ideal for your body and mind. What you eat should / will depend on which food serves you health and energy needs best? And, what can you digest? Your Ayurvedic practitioner will guide you with detail in this area.

How is Ayurveda related to Yoga?

Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences and work harmoniously together to deliver sound body, pure mind and free spirit. In India, there is a long standing tradition of practicing both Yoga and Ayurveda together, for maximum enhanced and positive results.

What are the benefits of yoga?

Yoga strengthens and tones muscle, improves balance and flexibility and increases blood flow and vitality. It's also a great way to reduce stress. Researchers at Harvard Medical School found yoga lowers chemicals in the blood stream associated with anxiety and triggers other physiological relaxation responses, such as reducing muscle tension and lowering heart rate.

How often do I need to practice yoga ?

Practicing two to three times a week for 45 minutes to an hour is good goal to work towards. Another alternative is to practice 15 minutes every day. The more you practice, then you feel more benefit.