Sushiveda naturopathic treatment (part of Tibetan medicine – Sowa Rigpa) is therapeutically successful in chronic, allergic and autoimmune disorders; reduces headaches and insomnia, pelvic pain, and effectively affects the upper and lower limbs (arthrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, calcification,..); it is effective in postoperative conditions (heart attack or stroke, acute myocardial infarction, fascia,..); has an enhancing effect on emotional stability and productivity (stress-related illnesses). The therapeutic program stimulates the body’s energy – the bloodstream to maintain energy, health in a stable balance.
Tibetan medicine, inspired by worldviews through the oldest religion Bon, which is older than Buddhism, reveals that balance and harmony, the keys to human well-being and happiness, and therefore does not set man and nature as opposites, but as a single, organic whole. The therapeutic program is implemented on the basis of a holistic approach, paying special attention to changes in diet and lifestyle, exercise with guidance, vacuum therapy, herbal wraps, the use of medical oils for acupressure massage, and the warming process (moksha) so-called. thermal acupuncture. A special process for acupuncture – Sushiveda uses very thin disposable needles. The needle enters the body painlessly and connects the body / health through 180 meridians, i.e. energy channels. Most therapeutic processes begin or end with healing hot baths all over the body. While Ayurvedic medicine focuses on the knowledge / state of body fluids dosha – body fluids: Vata, Pitta and Kapha, in Tibetan medicine it focuses on the knowledge / state of body fluids: Bile, Air and Mucus.
Welcome to the Sushiveda Naturopathy therapeutic program, a healing technique, more than 3,000 years old, that advocates living in accordance with the constructive principles of Nature on physical, mental, moral, and spiritual levels. Sushiveda, advocating “Better health without drugs”, is a system based on the synthesis of Tibetan, Indian (Ayurvedic), Persian (Unani) teachings of traditional medicine, which is practiced in India – Spiti (Himachal Pradesh), Darjeeling (West Bengal), Dharamsala, Lahaul and the Ladakh region, Jammu Kashmir and in Tibet, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Siberia, China and Mongolia, and the Greek medical system in Europe and the United States. Naturopathic treatment does not discourage treatment of the client in the conventional manner prescribed by a physician or specialist.