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When visiting a traditional doctor – Vaidya, be prepared to talk about yourself. Since Ayurveda emphasizes the balance of all aspects of your life Vaidya will not only examine your body but also gain a broad insight into your past and medical history, including questions about daily diet, study or employment and working conditions, i.e. daily rhythm, exercise, family and social life.

Welcome to the preventive Ayurvedic examination and advice! Nadi (review) Pariksha (diagnosis) mainly consists of three parts: Darshana, review of the client’s general physical condition (sleep, movement, stressful situations,..) and insight into the structure, quality of body / skin, face / nose, hands / nails, mouth (teeth / gums / tongue), hair; Sparshana, an ancient technique of diagnosing the pulse (nadi), allows reaching the root of health problems, instead of analyzing only the symptoms; Prashna, the course of Vaidya’s examination through questions to the client about the symptoms, the duration of the problem, and the progress of the disease. At the same time, the examination serves as a prescribed Naturopathic treatment or a selected Ayurvedic process / program.

If you have results-diagnosis from your doctor / specialist – please bring them for examination. Some laboratory tests are sometimes needed for more serious illnesses. Nadi Pariksha helps identify key symptoms to determine the appropriate Ayurvedic process or program, which seeks to preserve health in a healthy person or cure a disease in a sick person. Ayurveda (Vaidya) does not discourage the treatment of a client in the conventional way prescribed by a doctor or specialist.

After the examination, the client receives a prescribed diet program that is in accordance with their physical condition (vikruti) and the flow of bodily secretions, doshas (vata-pitta-kapha) and elements (water-earth-ether-fire-air). The diet program is also subject to seasonal changes (prana). Nadi – the examination is performed without invasive methods, surface inspection, and does not require chemical or electrical instruments to perform. Pariksha – diagnosis directs a person to embark on a life path with more joy and health. For a good check-up / advice, it is a good idea not to drink coffee, real tea, alcohol, or have a full stomach for three hours before the check-up. For women who have a menstrual cycle (initial stage), an examination is not appropriate.

Vaidya also explores the mental and psychological state of the client through the influence of the planets at the time of birth (the spiritual sphere of astrology – Jyotish). Jyotish is the best teacher to find out what “dough” / dharma we are made from and where to look for and eat that dough – bread, how to “breathe life”, rejoice our life, i.e. we use it with all the curves that get in the way of life! Ayurvedic medicine connects dharma, which signifies the cosmic and moral order of man and signifies his ethical duties or virtue, i.e. principles of behaviour that man should follow / live in harmony with nature, which makes him: elements, colours and sounds, feelings, sexuality, sleep, nutrition, disease, growth and well-being / wealth, aging and dying. After the prescribed program the client receives an interpreted Jyotish map of “his birth code” in writing. Additionally, the client is welcome to consult / explain the map via Skype, Viber etc. The consultation lasts 60 minutes and then we interpret the map and ask more (up to five) questions from various areas of your life.

The Ayurvedic therapeutic program helps maintain physical and mental condition, blood and lymph circulation, muscular and nervous system, and improves metabolism. A patient who has problems with the heart and circulatory system or cancer is expected to consult his doctor before the Ayurvedic program. We do not discourage a client from stopping treatment prescribed by a doctor or specialist. In determining Ayurvedic processes or programs, the conversation with the person during the first visit plays a vital role through the process of pulse diagnosis (Nadi Pariksha). Programs or processes are adapted individually to each person, his climate and culture of living. Throughout the process, we take into account the physical and mental condition of the client and in the implementation of the program we will not use procedures that could jeopardize the personal dignity and inviolability of physical or mental integrity. Manual processes are performed simultaneously with a minimum of two Ayurvedic masseurs or therapists. The complementary process is performed by a Vaidya, a traditional Ayurvedic doctor, depending on the nature and needs of the person’s current physical condition (vikruti). Ayurvedic processes are performed by various traditional techniques that include rubbing and whole body massaging using medicinal oils and oils made from herbs and other biotic substances, various coating put on the painful place on the body. The purpose of Ayurvedic treatments of all diseases is to keep the doshas (body fluids) in balance. Ayurveda has three steps in the treatment of all diseases, namely Samsodhana (purification process), Samsamana (palliative care) and Nidanaparivarjana (treatment of causes) i.e. to provide assistance at the very root of the bodily condition, that is, to treat a condition that is in the human soul and consciousness, or on the basis of characteristics that are often the source of the disease or the condition itself.