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Ayurveda

The history of Ayurveda can be dated back to the Vedic ages. It was Charaka and Susrutha who played a major role in evolving Ayurveda into a predominant treatment therapy. The manuscripts Charaka Samhita, Susrutha Samhita and Ashtanga Hridaya (A concise version of Charaka and Susrutha Samhita) which speak about various natural healing remedies are believed to be over 1,200 years old.

The treatments are Annalepanam (Njavarapayasam), Avagahaswetham(with out medicine), Aavikkizhi, Astisanthana lepanam, Dhanyamla dhara, Dhanyamala kizhi, Doosh, Elakizhi, Greevavasti, Greeva lepanam(neck), Ksheera dhoomam, Ksheeravasti, Kateevasti, Katee pichu, Mathravasti, Manal kizhi, Naragakizhi, Nethradhara, Njavara kizhi, Podikizhi, Pizhichil, Sarvangadhara (dhanyamalam), ThakradharaSarvanga lepanam, Special lepanam, Swarasadhara, Sirovasti, Sirodhara(Thailam), Sarvanga dhara(thailam), Siro lepanam, Snehapanam, Steam bath, Thilamashadi lepanam, Tharpanam, Uzhichil(Abyangam), Upanaham, Udhwarthanam, kashaya vasti, Ksheera Dhara, Januvasthi.

Generally, a person undergoing Ayurvedic treatments is advised to practice Yoga and Meditation since it helps isolate the mind from all thoughts, worries and anxieties. Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences. While Ayurveda deals chiefly with the health of the body and mind, Yoga deals with spiritual health.

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