Ayurveda is the world’s oldest healing holistic medicine originating from India around 5000 years ago, where “Ayur” means Life and “Veda” means knowledge.
Unlike conventional medicine, the focus of Ayurvedic practice is on prevention, longevity, and quality of life. This is achieved through detoxification, improving the immune system, and triggering natural rejuvenation processes. If there are diseases, Ayurveda provides treatments in the form of natural herbs, and therapies.
Ayurveda is also a way of life that incorporates daily routines (Dinacharya) and seasonal routines (Ritucharya) to balance body energies (Doshas), and detoxification (panchakarma). Panchakarma is gaining global importance, and is composed of five detoxification procedures.
The Ayurvedic physician does not only focus on symptoms, but also examines bodily energies, the major physiological functions, and the causes of illness from incorrect diet and lifestyle. To speak with an ayurvedic doctor, you can arrange an appointment through our DocSagar Service (online face-to-face).