also known as Keralam, is a state on the southwestern, Malabar Coast of India.
Kerala is the 22nd largest Indian state by area and is only
state popular for the usage of Ayurveda as a conventional medicine. You will
get to witness here the biggest number of Ayurvedic medical colleges and
practitioners in comparison to any other place in world.
Ayurveda tourism has
turn out to be a very well-liked in Kerala since year 1990, giving it a topmost
place in Tourism Department. Ayurveda treatments in Kerala are popular for its
5 protracted treatment, known as Panchakarma. As part of these treatments
herbs, medicated oil, milk, and particular diet are used to heal all types of
aliments. Therapies are typically based on complex herbal compounds, minerals
and metal substances.
is the ancient healthcare methods in the world and has eight ways to diagnose
illness, called Nadi (pulse), Mootra (urine), Mala(stool), Jihva(tongue),
Shabda(speech), Sparsha(touch), Druk(vision), and Aakruti(appearance). Ancient
Ayurveda also taught surgical techniques, including rhinoplasty, kidney stone
extractions, sutures, and the extraction of foreign objects. Ayurveda
treatmentstates that there are channels which carry fluids, and that
channels can be opened up by massage treatment using oils. Damaging or blocked channels
are considered to cause disease.
is based on “Ashtangahridaya” which is a traditional text on medicine
written by author Vagbhata who was the devotee of a Buddhist physician. It
is assumed that a few Brahmin families were the original Ayurvedic physicians
and their decedents still carry the honorific title of ashtavaidyan. .
Today, this holistic science of
healing is practiced all over India.
Samhitha (Treatise on Medicine), Susrutha Samhitha (Treatise on Surgery) and
Ashtanga Samgraha (Treatise on the fundamental standards) are the three
noteworthy treatises in Ayurveda. These treatises reveal to us that different
human being has different structure. Each organ in the body has a vitality
identified with it and there must be steadiness among them. This steadiness is
bothered when we happen to be sick. The goal of Ayurveda is to restore this
harmony so as to keep up great wellbeing.
has a variety of Ayurveda therapy centers that provides different packages of
Healing. Special medicinal herbs like Brahmi, Koduveli, Cinnamon, Turmeric,
Yashtimadhu, Aswagandha, and many more are found in Kerala for treatments and
healing purposes. From joint inflammation therapies to excellence kneads for
the skin and hair; there is no spot superior to Kerala to look for the
advantages of Ayurveda.
Time to Visit Kerala - June to September
most excellent time to visit Kerala for experiencing these Ayurveda treatments
is the monsoon
season of India. June to September is best time to be in Kerala as
this is the time when you will find a chilled, breezy and calm whether here.
why to wait..!! Get your bags packed and head it to Kerala for healing,
relaxing and peaceful holiday.