Comprehensive Wellness has been the central theme of Ancient Ayurvedic medicinal practices, for more than 5000 years. It goes well beyond curing ailments or illnesses and has always been about holistic wellbeing.

Maharshi Charaka, who is regarded as the father or Ayurveda, and Maharshi Sushruta, conducted extensive research on the medicinal values of natural herbs, plants and their various parts viz. leaves, flowers, roots, barks and it’ skin etc. This research and subsequent ayurvedic medicinal practices have been duly documented in Sanskrit scriptures, known as “Charak Samhita” and other scriptures by eminent seers like "Sushruta Samhita".

Ayurvedic science is based on a comprehensive approach to health, that takes into consideration various internal and external factors viz. diet, sleeping patterns, stress-levels, changing seasons etc. and their impact on the specific body type of an individual. It proposes, adapting a way of life, that is best suited for your kind of body type.

Ayurveda identifies 3 distinct body types viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha, based on combinations of 5 key elements called "Panchamahabhuta" viz. Space or Ether, Air, Water, Fire and Earth.

Each person has all 3 "Prakritis" or "doshas", but in varying degrees. However, one of these is dominant and balancing these three doshas, essentially determines the well-being of a person.

Ayurveda emphasises on maintaining this crucial balance in our body. It is brought about with a combination of herbal medicines & products, along with carefully chosen healing processes and lifestyle choices, that are best-suited for specific "Prakriti" or body type.

Comprehensive Wellness can be achieved through an Ayurvedic lifestyle that takes into consideration all aspects of life viz.

Body Types /
Doshas Work Schedules
Skin Care

Diet & Food Habits
Body Cleansing / Detox
Hair Care

Nutrition & Hydration
Stress Levels
Oral Care

Sleeping Patterns
Stronger Immunity