keeps the 5000 years old tradition of Ayurveda (Ancient form of medicine in
India) in its most authentic form. Long lineage of traditional practitioners
of Ayurveda, insightful researchers and scholars, have made Ayurveda in
Kerala a very special stream, which is a very popular health care system.
Abundance of tropical herbs in Kerala has made Ayurvedic preparations from
Kerala, the most sought after all round the world.
The Ayurvedic remedies act as a rejuvenating system for the body, mind and
soul by strengthening the power of resistance and promote healing. Ayurveda
is conducive to your health, provides you with new vital energy, prevents
and corrects the ageing process. Ayurveda treatment helps combat chronic
illnesses and at the same time frees you from psychological burdens. Massage
treatment and Rasayana chikilsa are contributions of Kerala. The massage
treatment promotes better circulation of blood in the system and it removes
causes of fatigue. Another form of monsoon treatment is Rasayana chikilsa -
the Ayurvedic treatment for preventing and curing feebleness of the body.
This was the only thing for which I planned my tour to Kerala. I
had heard a lot about it and was an imprtant in making my decision to make
Kerala, my holiday destination said Peter Joseph , when he was
asked what he thinks about Ayurveda.
Alzheimer's and Ayurveda:
Alzheimer is one of the dreadful disease and scientists from UK and India
are trying to find Ayurvedic medicine which could cure it. Researchers have
framed that Ayurveda works alike conventional drug by boasting the mental
agility in the disease. A plant used in Ayurveda act to improve the memory
and concentration in Alzheimer's sufferers..
Ayurveda has treatment for almost all types of diseases such as arthrosis,
arthritis, muscle tenseness, restriction of movement, disturbances of the
vegetative nervous system such as disturbed sleep, nervousness, exhaustion,
tiredness, excitability or irritability, migraine and other forms of
headache, heart ailments connected to nervousness,high blood pressure,
depression, chronic inflammation such as paranasal sinus inflammation,
bronchitis, inflammation of the bladder, susceptibility to colds, skin
deseases like eczema, psoriasis, skin allergy, asthma, stomach or intestinal
disorders, overweight or nicotine misuse.
Kerala Ayurveda is famous world over and it can give you a healing touch
which you need to experience on your travel.
I have some memorable moments . I rejuvenated my body, mind and
soul through the treatments I took when I was in Kerala. summarized
Kerala Ayurveda in US
By Air :
Just in order to expand Kerala Ayurveda brand in US, Katra Group of Company
launches 10 new Ayurvedic Academics under the flagship of institute 'Ayu'.
Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the state, is very well
connected to all major airports in India like Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi
and Calicut are other two airports connected from air to other cities in
By Rail :
With around 200 railway stations, it is
another convenient mode of traveling in Kerela. Railways connect most of the
places in the state to places in the other parts of the country and inside
the state. Long-distance express trains connect to almost all places outside
the state like Mumbai, New Delhi.
By Road :
Road traveling in Kerala is much smoother
because of the good condition of he roads. Also state is connected with
other parts of South India by a number of National Highways. Major modes of
road transport are buses, tourist taxis, cars, and local taxis and autos.
Best Time to Visit
June, July and August months are the ideal months for ayurvedic treatment
as the pores of the skin permits maximum absorption of ayurvedic medicine
and oils. Monsoon season is the best period for ayurvedic treatment.
Where to Stay : Kerala Hotels
Ayurvedic Spa Resorts
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- By By
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-By Arpit Mehrotra
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- By Kanchan Jha
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We are obliged that Peter Joseph a doctor in Australia, took
out time from his busy schedule to give his notes