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Online Ayurveda
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Book a FREE PRAKRITI Analysis
FREE Prakriti Analysis - Ayurveda Full body examination to identify body type

Prakriti Analysis helps you determine your Ayurveda body type
(pitta, vatta or kapha) so that you can properly plan your diet and balance your prakriti.

Ayurveda Online Consultation and Treatment process

Ayurveda = Ayu + Veda (Life + knowledge)

Ayurveda is science of life and longevity, knowledge of life, mother of all healing. It is based on balance in bodily systems, uses diet, herbal treatment, yogic practices, physical therapy.

It treat body mind and spirit Life is nothing but the combination of body, sense organs, mind and soul. As long as these four are combined together life exists. To get knowledge of life is known as Ayurveda

Special Offerings

✔ FREE Prakriti Analysis (worth €100) from Certified Ayurvedic Doctors
✔ ONE TO ONE CONSULTATION with the Most Experienced Ayurveda Doctors

STEP 2 - Check your email for the details

STEP 3 - Submit the FREE Prakriti Parikshan Form - Ayurveda Test to Identify Body Type

STEP 4 - Our Doctor's will revert back with Detailed body type report

STEP 5 - BOOK a CONSULTATION

  • Body Analysis - Prakriti parikshan
  • Personal consultation with Doctor through Zoom or Skype
  • Pratyatha ( food and diet )
  • Ayurvedic Medicine
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Panchakarma
  • Kaya chikitsa: Internal medicine
  • Baala chikitsa: Pediatric
  • Graha chikitsa: Demonology
  • Urdhvanga chikitsa: Disease of head and neck
  • Shayla chikitsa: Surgery
  • Visha Chikitsa: Toxicology
  • Jara Chikitsa: Rejuvination
  • Vrsha chikitsa: Aphrodisiac therapy

Acharya Charak (Father of Indian medicine) have been given top priority to Kaya chikitsa (internal medicine) and Acharya Sushruta (Father of Surgery) discuss the surgical aspects in details in his text Sushruta Samhita.

The Hindus believe the science of medicine to be Devine origin.

According to this tradition Brahma the creator of the erse having known the immortal and eternal science of Ayurveda in full , aught it to Daksha Prajapati and Daksha taught to Aswin, the Vedic Gods of medicine who in turn taught to Indra.

All the schools of Ayurveda agree with the Devine genealogy up-to Indra, but give different versions regarding the transmission of Ayurveda among the mortals.

When diseases began troubling the human beings and causing obstacles for the acquisition of  purusarthas (Dharma Artha Kama Moksha) sages like Dhanvantari, Bharadwaja, Nimi, Kashyapa and others went to Indra and prayed for the mankind to get relief from different psychosomatic disorders.

Then Indra pleased and taught Astanga (Eight branches ) Ayurveda to the sages. In this way Ayurveda transmitted from creator of the universe to the mortals.

Our body consists of all five Mahabhoot

  • Akash (empty space)
  • Vayu (air)
  • Agni (enzymatic activities, fire, bile)
  • Jala (water part)
  • Prathvi (solid part / bony part)

Our body contains doshas

  • Vata
  • Pitta
  • Kapha

Introduction Prakriti:

In society, we observe the differences in individuals.

Some like chilly, spicy food, others are sweet eaters. Some enjoy warm summer, some prefer winter. Some are big eaters while others prefer to eat small quantity of food.

This shows that each and every individual has its own specific, liking and disliking. These individualistic features are the manifestations of Prakriti or constitution or biotype. In short, Prakriti means individual nature.

Tolerance to food, drink or environment can’t be decided by the analytical study of body tissues. It depends upon the individual constitution.

By understanding the constitution of every individual, we know which food and drink and what type of job and exercise are appropriate for maintaining theirhealth. So by determining Prakriti, we can easily treat diseases of different Patients.

Definition of Prakriti:

Qualitative and quantitative, unchangeable doshika predominance from birth to death is called as Prakriti. How Prakriti is formed?

Doshika predominance, at the time of union of the male and female genome, forms the Prakriti. For example, at the time of birth if, Vata dosha is predominant (quantitatively and qualitatively compared to Pitta and Kapha, then we call the individual having Vata Prakriti. Predominance Vata dosha affects the anatomy, physiology, psychology and immunity of that person.

Features are seen, according to properties and functions of Vata dosha. Sushruta has mentioned that the condition at the time of union of male and female gamete also affects the formation of Prakriti. According to Charak, nature of the season, condition inside the uterus, food of mother during pregnancy are factors responsible for Prakriti 

Pratyatha (food and diet)

Food and diet regimen are prescribed according to Prakriti, dosha, Agni (enzymatic activities etc), Vyayam Shakt(Physical exercise), desha (place where you live), Kaal (season, and disease condition)

Pratyatha ahara (What to eat):

A patient who suffer from low immunity should eat Amla (Emblica Officinalis), Haridra(Curcuma longa)etc.

Apathya ahara (don’t eat)

A patient who suffers from spondylosis should avoid cold drinks, rice, curd etc

Yoga and meditation

Yoga plays an important role in treating diseases Yogic procedures like Jala neti (Using Luke warm water with Saindhav salt) has an important role in Sinusitis Different asanas have a different role in different diseases like Bhujanga asana (Cobra pose) Ardha chakra asana(half wheel pose) in backache.etc.

We prescribe different asanas and yogic practices on the basis of a diagnosis of disease Marma therapy (Acupressure) gives an amazing effect indifferent diseases.

Ayurvedic medicine

These are medicines which are mainly extracted from plant products (herbal products) and also from minerals (Rasaaushadhis) . These help in treating patients

Panchakarma

Mainly consist of five Procedures.

These are Vamana(Emesis by using medicine), Virechana, Nasya(medication through nasal route), Basti(Enema) Raktamokshan (bloodletting procedure)

Ayurveda Doctor DR. GRISHMA

Grishma was born and raised up in Goa, India. Being a Goan her fond for nature comes naturally. As she grew up her love for Indian home remedies and Ayurveda got intense and she decided to make her career in the field of Ayurveda and Yoga.

Grishma believes in organic living and has a strong affection for plants and the environment. At a very young age, she decided to become a doctor and achieved her goals.

Her teaching technique is novel with personal support to each and every student. With Grishma you'll learn about anatomy and how it applies to Yoga poses

  • She has completed her Bachelors in Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery from GAMRC, Goa.
  • She has worked in Ayurveda hospital for one year as a medical Intern.
  • She has also done an advanced 200 hour Hatha Yoga teacher training course from Shiva Shakti Yoga, Goa.
  • She is a competent teacher with plenty of experience and expertise in Ayurveda.
Yoga Teacher Dr. DIVYA

Dr. Divya is well qualified Ayurveda practitioner.

She completed her BAMS (Bachelor in Ayurveda medicine and Surgery from Government P. G. Ayurveda College and hospital Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Divya is devoted towards her clinical work and patients. She is an expert in pulse diagnosis (Nadi Parikshan), and Prakriti-vikriti analysis.

Her skill-set entails helping my patients restore balance of their bio-energies through Nasya–Nasal therapy, Sneha Vasti–Oil enema therapy, Kashaya Vasti–Herbal enema therapy, Shirovasti, Uttara Vasti, Udvartana, Karna Poorana, Kavala-Gandusha, Sarvanga Dhara, Netra Vasti, and other therapies.

Besides treating diseases, She practices preventive and curative ayurveda along with the multidimensional values of yoga. In addition I teach ayurveda to students at Shiva Shakti Yoga.

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