“Good health is an indication that the body and environment are in harmony, while illness is a sign of imbalance, on a spiritual, mental or physical level”.

According to Ayurveda, the definition of health is a state in which the tridoshas, metabolic fires, body tissues, and components, and all the physiological processes are in perfect unison, and the sense organs, mind, and soul are in a state of total satisfaction and content.

Ayurveda has the distinction of being the oldest medical system known to man and the oldest and most comprehensive spiritual teachings in the world. Ayurveda is based on the principle of maintaining a balance between the interrelated relationships within the body and mind. It helps the patient to understand the benefits of knowing their body and mind and to live in intimate relationship with nature.

Atharvana veda was the earliest authentic text in Ayurveda which discusses about the nature of existence, health and disease, pathogenesis and principles of treatment. It also describe about the tridoshas and the use of herbs to heal the diseases of body and mind. The knowledge of Vedas was gathered and systematically arranged to form “Samhitas” which became fundamental texts of Ayurveda.

By following the guideline advocated in classics, over the period of one and half decade we excelled the application of Panchakarma therapeutic services in a wide range of clinical conditions covering immunological disorders, neurological, neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, digestive, auto immune, skin and so on.