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Neelima Ayurvedic Healthcare Hospital

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Neelima Ayurvedic Healthcare Hospital

Ayurveda, the science of life and longevity has a history as long as a human civilization and even beyond. Ayurveda was perfected by astute minds and adept hands and is aimed at the physical, mental and spiritual well being of human beings. Ayurveda is one of the great gifts of the sages of ancient India to mankind and is accepted as the oldest scientific medical system, with a long record of clinical experience. Ayurveda is the original contribution of India (Bharatha) to the world and treats man as a whole – which is a combination of body, mind and soul. Its written history takes definite shape with the codification of hundreds of slokas of Ayur-Vedic wisdom into ‘Samhitas’. Its highly integrated approach is evident from the way Ayurvedic treatment wes divided into eight segments such as Kaya Chikitsa (General medicine), Bala Chikitsa (Pediatrics), Graha Chikitsa (Psychiatry), Urdgwanga Chikitsa (ENT, Ophthalmology), Salya Chikitsa (Surgery), Damshtra Chikitsa (Toxicology), Jara Chikitsa (Geriatrics) and Vrisha Chikitsa (Aphrodisiac treatment).. Ayurveda is the 5000 years old Indian system of medicine developed through research work conducted over the centuries by sages who where eminent scholars. The term “ayurveda” denotes “knowledge of life”. As an approach, it not only cures the disease, but also prevents recurrence of the same by aiding the patient to integrate the principles if ayurveda into daily life. Ayurveda is a way of life that brings a perfect balance to a man’s body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda has a concrete base in Indian philosophy and as a healing technique treats the individual rather than the disease. The medication administrated has no side effects and yoga & meditation are an integral part of the treatment.
                Preventive Measures, effective and practical principles of preventive medicines (Swasthavritha) with Dinacharya (daily regimens), ritucharya (seasonal regimens) along with sound dietary (nutritional) practices / regulation as also with principles of satvrita (good conduct) (mental approach).

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