Welcome to India

Welcome to the land of “God Dhanvantari Ayurveda” – India, which was known in the Vedic tradition for the Lord Vishnu of Ayurvedic medicine. Tibetan and Chinese medicine both have their roots in Ayurveda. Early Greek medicine (Hippocratic medicine) also embraced many concepts originally described in the classical ayurvedic medical texts. The Indian program welcomes members of your family, friends and members of various associations, too. During your stay you will receive ayurvedic Panchakarma treatments as well as having the chance to visit some touristic sights in India alongside the medical tourism program. Ayurvedic treatments will be performed for at least 7 days (preventive) or more than 7, 14 and up to 21 days (curative), all depending on the condition and disease of body fluids of the client’s Dosha. Programs / processes are adapted to individuals according to their climate and culture. In the implementation of the programs, we will not use procedures, which could interfere with the basic right to personal dignity and the inviolability of the physical or mental integrity. The achievements of Ayurvedic pharmacy have in many ways been confirmed by modern biology and medicine. Medications, as well as therapeutic products, are based on a medical system that goes back thousands of years, giving it all the additional value, quality, originality and safety. Ayurveda medicine (Vaidya) does not discourage patients to get conventional treatment as prescribed by their physician or specialist. Ayurvedic therapeutic listed processes that will be selected in consultation individually with Doctor of Ayurveda medicine or Vaidya – number of ayurvedic processes within depends on demand or physical state of the client-patient (Vikruti).

The manual ayurvedic process will be performed synchronously by two Ayurvedic masseurs – therapists. The complementary process will be performed by Vaidya. Ayurvedic processes will be performed by various traditional techniques that include rubbing and massaging all over the body of medicinal oils and herbs from herbs and other biotic substances, various compresses on the painful place on the body. In the ancient medicine of Ayurveda, it is believed that each of us has a memory of our own perfection and of a profound feeling of satisfaction and happiness, latent in us, yet asleep and inactive. The heart or the consciousness is the home of a deeply-rooted (Samsara) state of mind, our permanent emotions or the essence of all of our experiences. The Ayurvedic processes require from the individual to perceive a wider perspective to their lives, in other words, to ask ourselves if we actually lead a fulfilling life being supportive of our life´s purpose, which represents a holistic essence or the One spiritual greatness.

dr-gupta-ayurveda-1-AbhyangaAbhyanga is an integral part of the daily routine massage of the whole body, which is recommended by an Ayurvedic doctor for general health and good condition of the body. Abhi means in, according to, and Ang which has its root in terms of movement. Abhyanga means that energy is released as toxins in the body move in the direction of the excretory system. A significant role is played by special Ayurvedic herbal oils that are slowly warmed (snehana) and gently rubbed, in order to maintain good health.  Oils are selected according to the patient’s physical condition – Prakruti. The massage is extremely relaxing, and has a detoxifying effect, and strengthens and revitalises the whole body, improves lymph flow and stimulates the immune system, which provides new body energy, calms and strengthens the nervous system. Abhyanga & Pourvakarma is a process in which only medicinal oils and other natural substances are used. These processes release energy in the body, excrete toxins (vitalizes the whole body). Abhyanga processes bring new psychic energy, calm the nervous system and strengthen immunity.

Garshana is an ideal massage for people who have frequent disorders of dosha Kapha. Garshana is an ideal Ayurvedic process for people who have Kapha disorder. The process is performed with special gloves made of raw silk. For better efficiency, the process ends with warm oil (snehana), and in some cases, svedana (steam bath-sauna) is added, for even more successful cell detoxification. The procedure improves blood circulation, the supply of oxygen compounds to the cells, promotes the removal of accumulated toxins, promotes weight loss and opens clogged lymphatics, which cause problems such as cellulite and the like.

GheeGhee is an “royal” complementary process that is of great importance for the radiance and beauty of the skin (kanti), for strengthening the intellect, promotes longevity, has aphrodisiac properties and protects the body from various diseases. The process works specifically on rejuvenating the ojas (boosts vital juices), cleanses the vagina (yoni), cleanses the sperm (sukra) and soothes the Pitta Vata dosha (stimulates digestion). The process is very beneficial for children and the elderly because it purifies (abhisyandi) the lymphatic circulation. The process is prescribed by a Vaidya, depending on the in-depth understanding of the patient’s disease and health status. It can be performed as either a therapeutic procedure (Panchakarma) or alternatively as a preventive procedure.

dr-gupta-ayurveda-4-HastabhyangaHastabhyanga is a process that balances diseases in the hands, shoulder area and other joints in the upper extremities (balances blood circulation in the upper limbs). The results of the process are rested and light hands and reduced fatigue. During the process, the level of stress and tension is reduced and flexibility in the joints is restored. It especially helps people who suffer from arthritis and rheumatism. Also, the process helps people who have heart problems and difficulty breathing, a feeling of excitement, and people who have a problem with the jaw or mouth.

Navarakhizi_lepam_or_PatrasvedaNavarakhizi lepam or Patrasveda are warm coatings / bags made of fabric, in which a mixture of medicinal leaves and medicinal oils, if necessary, and medicinal rice (sastika or navara) are wrapped; medicinal drugs (elakizhi) are also added, and it is prepared according to the client’s symptoms and problems. The procedure is intended for people with rheumatism, arthritis, and pain in muscles, spine and joints (sick / tired joints, swollen joints). The mixture of plant leaves is prepared in accordance with the symptoms and problems of the client. The process is prescribed by a Vaidya, depending on the in-depth understanding of the patient’s disease and health status. It can be performed as either a therapeutic procedure (Panchakarma) or alternatively as a preventive procedure.

Namimarmacikic is a process, intended for the digestive system, which simultaneously releases cramps in the abdominal cavity. It additionally has a good effect on the problem of the state of Vata dosha – such as constipation, kidney stones, vomiting, abdominal pain due to gas, spleen disorders, gout and acids and alkalis in the body. The process is extremely effective for men who have prostate problems and women with hormonal problems, premenstrual syndrome and menstrual disorders.

dr-gupta-ayurveda-7-NetratarpanaNetratarpana is a process of “rejuvenating the eyes” that relaxes tense and tired eyes. The process is carried out with a special healing butter (ghee). Before the Netratarpan process, it is necessary to perform the Mukabhyanga procedure (head / hair, face / neck massage) for better efficiency of the whole process. The therapy provides deep relaxation to your eyes. It also relaxes tense and tired eyes, which are the result of long-term computer use, reading, ageing, etc. It is traditionally used in conditions such as poor eyesight, dry eyes, glaucoma, then eye stress. It cures eye inflammations, tightens wrinkles around them, improves the quality and depth of visual perception, and restores their radiance. The process is prescribed by a Vaidya, depending on the in-depth understanding of the patient’s disease and health status. It can be performed as either a therapeutic procedure (Panchakarma) or alternatively as a preventive procedure.