Ayurveda is based on the application of various natural healing methods, including massages, Panchakarma, detoxification, rejuvenation, herbs and herbal formulas, as well as oils treated with drugs, diet, yoga and meditation.
An Ayurvedic massage is a treatment related to certain conditions of health and age, involving disorders for which toxins are rooted in body tissues and involves loosening of the joints by massage.
Panchakarma is a unique concept, which uses a series of techniques to purify the body with the goal of expelling the toxins that cause the disease.
It is an excess of doshas that involves the metabolic imbalance in an organism and ultimately a disease. The central line of an Ayurvedic treatment must reduce the disequilibrium of the doshas.
Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of prevention and teaches us how to solve health issues and treat the symptoms of a disease by natural and holistic methods. Ayurveda also teaches us that health can be maintained through a regular cleaning process and regular treatments that aspire to reduce excess in doshas.
The content of regular treatments Abhyanga, Shirodhara and Swedhana is necessary for all doshas in order to maintain the health and rejuvenation of the body.
Over time, it has been proven that the special treatments of Ayurveda have been the most beneficial for common problems like osteoarthritis and chronic progressive arthritis
Back pain, cervical spondylosis, lumbago and sciatica, headaches and migraine, anxiety, stress, diabetes, depression, and insomnia, nervous problems such as stroke or a seizure disorder, digestive disorders such as indigestion, acidity, constipation and hemorrhoids, skin conditions such as scabies, eczema, allergies, psoriasis, acne, foot crackles, skin depigmentation, scarring, eyesight, eye problems, hair loss and dandruff, gynecological problems such as irregular menstrual cycles and leukorrhea, urinary tract infections, anemia, debility, and so on, as well as general health care.