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About Ayurveda

    • Introduction To Ayurveda

    The name Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words, “ayur” meaning life and longevity, and “veda” meaning knowledge or science. It is the “Science of Life“ that teaches us to live in a truly balanced, natural and...

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    • Ayurveda Dosha Theory

    The “Dosha” theory (Three Doshas) is one of the basic theories of Ayurveda. The word “Dosha” is a Sanskrit word whose expansion is “Dooshayati Dosha” i.e. That which gets easily vitiated is “Dosha.”

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    • Ayurvedic Therapies

    Santhigram Wellness Centers offer authentic Kerala specific Ayurvedic and Panchakarma therapies to suit your specific health and wellness needs.

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Ayurvedic & Panchakarma Treatment Center in Delhi, India

Established in 1998, Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda Centers offer genuine “Kerala specific Ayurvedic Therapies” to help you maintain a healthy body and mind. Our Kerala specific Ayurvedic rejuvenation and Panchakarma therapies offer many exceptional methods for total body rejuvenation.

Over the years, the demand for alternative and complementary therapies have increased substantially. Understanding the needs of many clients seeking help to counter these ailments, Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda has several locations throughout the US and in India.

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Office Syndrome is a common musculoskeletal disorder due to an excessively sedentary lifestyle. Here is a blog post explaining this condition and some tips for preventing it. Read More Original Article Source Credits: Santhigram Herbals, Originally posted on - September 09, 2022 Link to Original Article -
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Arjunarishtam is an ayurvedic herbal concoction of the Arjuna bark along with some other natural ingredients. It is a traditional liquid preparation manufactured by us at Santhigram. It is an Ayurveda fermented product with Terminalia arjuna as the main ingredient. It is mainly used to manage cardiac disorders to maintain a healthy heart and keep optimum blood pressure levels. If taken in the proper dosage, one can steer clear of the side effects and enjoy the countless health benefits.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Ayurveda Therapies

  • Can Ayurveda really cure cancer?
  • Can Ayurveda help me lose weight?
  • Can Ayurveda help chronic pain?
  • Can Ayurveda help me prevent acute and chronic diseases?
  • Can Ayurveda help with depression and other mental conditions?
  • Do I have to follow a certain religion to incorporate Ayurvedic principles into my life?

Remember that Ayurveda does not claim to ‘cure’ diseases, but to restore balance to the body, mind and spirit complex. Cancer is another such condition; a tri dosha imbalance at the cellular level. Ayurveda recommends herbal treatments, dietary changes and divine (mantra, gem, etc.) therapy to help treat cancer. It is recommended that cancer patients check with their physician or primary health care provider prior to starting Ayurvedic treatments.

Yes, and very successfully. Obesity is caused mainly by an imbalance in the Kapha dosha. When Ayurvedic wisdom is applied to the life of an ‘obese person’, they gain insight into why and how they created and hold on to their Kapha imbalance (manifesting as obesity). Clients learn about how they can regain control of their Kapha imbalance. They learn about Kapha balancing foods, specialized Kapha reducing exercises, essential oils, self-massage, gentle detoxification and herbs. The over-expressed Kapha can also linger on due to certain ‘heavy’ thought patterns. Hence, a total shift in paradigm is gradually brought about in the living and thinking of an obese person because of Ayurvedic treatments and guidance by an Ayurvedic practitioner. When the recommendations are followed consistently, one can expect to lose weight.

Yes, absolutely. Personalized herbs, specific dietary modifications, specialized oils and massages have proven to be very effective in pain management, without side effects or drug dependency. Illnesses such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, or pain due to falls, trauma or repetitive stress – all such conditions are highly amenable to Ayurvedic therapies. Before you start or stop all adjunct therapies check with your physician or primary health care provider.

Please remember that Ayurveda does not claim to treat, prevent or cure diseases, but only to restore balance to the physiology. When balance is restored, many diseases and disorders are often automatically prevented or health is restored. This is the beauty of the Ayurvedic lifestyle and food choices.

Yes. While antidepressant and other drugs are both critical and often life-saving; a person suffering from depression may or may not live life optimally and may drag through life – without experiencing daily abundance, joy and unbridled enthusiasm. Certain Ayurvedic herbs, specialized massages and mind/body therapies (such as Panchakarma, Shirodhara, meditation, Yoga, Gem therapy, mantra therapy, etc.) are time-tested, gentle mind-balancing tools with no side effects. One can continue taking the antidepressants (and remain in touch with their MD regarding the drugs, dosage etc.) while at the same time, simultaneously work in the Ayurvedic field can be done. Ayurvedic therapy enhances and expedites recovery and people feel the ‘joy of being alive’ and not merely the numbing of anxiety.

No. Ayurvedic principles are universal, and anybody can incorporate them into his or her daily life. There is no need to become religious to adopt the principles of Ayurveda. It is a rational science that celebrates universal principles. While deeply spiritual in subject (in the sense of matters of the mind and spirit are addressed in Ayurveda), it is not a Hindu religious practice, nor does it advocate a particular religion or deity.