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We provide a one-to-one bespoke service with personalised treatment plan and Step-by-step,Easy-to- follow instructions for how and when to take your prescribed herbs and formulas. This service can be tailored for you as an individual or for your whole family and we offer complete Family Care plans.
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Ayurveda is an extremely well established and developed medical science which works perfectly well with a high success record when adhered to correctly. It is primarily a preventative medicine practice but is also helpful in treating existing health issues.Ayurvedic medicine has a significant time-tested impact on a person's overall health and well-being with a unique mind-body concept and approach. Recent years have brought a heightened interest in Ayurvedic medicine globally. The public has a right to expect that Ayurvedic professionals have adequate qualifications to practice effectively and safely. Legal recognition of the practice of Ayurvedic medicine and clearly stated requirements to practice are essential to promote the profession and protect the general public's health, safety and welfare. Legal recognition of Ayurvedic medicine in the form of state licensure creates standards of minimum competency. Competency is measured and enforced through formal education, training, and examination requirements as per the independent body's guidelines.
Ayurveda is practiced widely in Asia and plays a key role in primary health care. A wide range of Ayurvedic Medicines are manufactured in India and they supply the major share of Ayurvedic Medicines used in Nepal and Sri Lanka. Bhutan also recognises Ayurveda as a Medical system along with Unani and Tibetan Medicine, which are all popular there. Ayurveda is also recognised as a medical system and is fully regulated now in some European countries.
Ayurvedic medicine is India's primary healthcare system. More than 90 percent of the continent's population use some form of Ayurvedic therapy, including following its dietary principles, practicing traditional or "grandma's medicine" or seeking professional help from trained Ayurvedic practitioners. In the United States, Ayurveda is considered a complementary healthcare option, with many Americans employing Ayurvedic elements such as massage, meditation, or cleansing therapies. If that sounds like an all-encompassing definition, it is !
Ayurvedic medicine is entirely holistic. Its adherents strive to create harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, maintaining that this balance prevents illness, treats acute conditions, and contributes to a long and healthy life. Ayurveda offers an approach of simplicity and treatment is plain and simple. Treatment focuses on identifying and treating the root cause. Emphasis is on bringing the mind and body back to balance by balancing the digestive fire (agni) and eliminating/neutralising toxins or negative thoughts or emotions.
"Ayurveda is Soul-based medicine !"
Before any treatment starts it is important to attend a personal one-to-one consultation during which your unique constitution will be assessed and your medical history discussed in order to address and treat any problem at the root cause level and find out about your expectations and needs.
After the initial consultation, the treatment plan will be formed addressing a particular condition or looking to maintain your health in line with your constitution. This may include changes which can be incorporated into your lifestyle. Changes consists of some possible adjustments to your eating habits, lifestyle and may include medicines and external therapy applications.
The length and type of treatment planned depends on each person as different levels of support are required to maintain individual healing.
According to Ayurveda, all disease is caused by an imbalance in the digestive fire and/or doshas (constitutions). Determining which of the doshas are out of balance and determining the root cause of a disease requires extensive training and knowledge.
At your initial consultation please be prepared to talk about yourself. Ayurveda emphasizes balance in all areas of life and so the practitioner will be listening and using various diagnostic methods such as Ayurvedic pulse and tongue reading to examine and assess you as well as taking an extensive personal and medical history. This may include amongst other matters, an understanding of your diet, your professional life and working conditions, relationships, mental health and physical health.
In this way the Ayurvedic Practitioner is able to identify the potential causes of any issues and can provide a bespoke healing plan that will include dietary advice, Ayurvedic herb formulas and usually some treatments including massage therapy.