The Power of Ayurveda


Are you feeling tired of sitting at your work desk one third part of your life, trying form a ‘C’ shape with your back? Are you feeling dizzy in following the extreme extent of the diet chart plans available on Earth and still confused what to eat? Are you bombarded with the unknown Asanas and Exercise routines from You Tube channel? Don’t worry. This is the exact feeling of 70 % of people in the so called civilized community nowadays.

The above are the results of miscommunication due to the mass communication working you in a reverse amplification towards your health and wellness. Sudden fast relief from your contradictions is also one of the prime factors for these errands. According to WHO, 60% of related factors to individual health and quality of life are correlated to lifestyle. Amidst 21st century we are so sure that we are in the verge of collapse due to inorganic lifestyle i.e.., not so natural in what we eat, drink, and breathe. 


Let me take you to the prime nerve of our tradition, which acts as a base of all healthy lifestyles, Ayurveda. Ayurvedic lifestyle has been practiced in India for over 5000 years. Ancient texts that describe this medicine date back to 1500 BCE. Ayurveda is considered as the true knowledge system, not only about healthy lifestyle but also for happier ones.

The practices of Ayurveda are deep rooted in our kitchens, us without knowing their exact presence. Making use of spices in our day-to-day life and the relation of many Indian traditions. The Covid-19 proved the worth of organic lifestyle and its necessity for our generation. It is scientifically proven that Ayurvedic treatment is more effective in most of the chronic diseases than the Allopath treatments. 



Nonetheless, we are experiencing a slow transformation in the recent past with adoption of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda. Due to Ayurveda, India has been acknowledged as the pharmacy of the world and an advocate of modern medicine. To promote and celebrate Ayurveda, Ministry of Ayush declared 23rd October as the National Ayurveda day.

Kerala, in India is the leading Ayurvedic destination for the World which is comprised of traditional treatments and retreats. It is the right time for you to think and act for the betterment of you and your future generations.