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Ayurveda FAQ

Ayurvedic science strictly advises pure vegetarian food and depends on the type of ailment. The doctors will advice on the type of food that should be taken during the consultation. 

Ayurveda is an universal concept and could be practiced by individuals of any religion. Ayurveda is not Hindu based and common to universal to the world community.

Ayurveda and yoga are sister sciences and work in harmony to achieve pure mind & healthy physical body. There is no compulsion that yoga should be practiced to avail the benefits of Ayurveda but if practiced the individuals can achieve enhanced and positive results. 

The duration of your stay will be decided by the doctors and later on the medicines could be taken at your place of convenience. Our hospital is equipped with AC and Non AC halls for the patients to stay and take treatments. For complete details please see the links picture tour of the hospital and infrastructure.

 

FAQ’S

  • Is that true that Ayurveda treatments takes long time to cure the ailments?

The time duration mainly depends on various factors like age, sex, severity of disease, degree of imbalance and the type of organs involved in it. Ayurveda is the only treatment which gives 0% side affects and this is chosen by most of the people who desire to have a permanent solution for the ailment whatever may be the duration of the treatment. So, if you need a permanent solution for your ailment then ayurveda could be a better choice.

  • What are the advantages of Ayurveda when compared to English medicines?

In Ayurveda attention is given to the whole body when treating a particular part of the body that is treated whereas English medicine concentrates only on the part that's treated.

Ayurveda treats the person physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and spiritually. As everyone is aware of there could be possible side affects in English medicines but ayurveda is 100% safe treatment procedure with 0% side affects.

  • Do I have to follow a the principles of Hindu religion to practice Ayurveda ?

Ayurveda is an universal concept and could be practiced by individuals of any religion. Ayurveda is not Hindu based and common to universal to the world community.

Ayurveda and yoga are sister sciences and work in harmony to achieve pure mind & healthy physical body. There is no compulsion that yoga should be practiced to avail the benefits of Ayurveda but if practiced the individuals can achieve enhanced and positive results

  • What type of food should be taken while taken Ayurvedic treatments?

Ayurvedic science strictly advices pure vegetarian food and depends on the type of ailment. The doctors will advice on the type of food that should be taken during the consultation.

  • How long should I stay in the hospital?

The duration of your stay will be decided by the doctors and later on the medicines could be taken at your place of convenience. Our hospital is equipped with AC and Non AC halls for the patients to stay and take treatments. For complete details please see the links picture tour of the hospital and infrastructure.

 

 

 

  • Is that true that Ayurveda treatments takes long time to cure the ailments?

The time duration mainly depends on various factors like age, sex, severity of disease, degree of imbalance and the type of organs involved in it. Ayurveda is the only treatment which gives 0% side affects and this is chosen by most of the people who desire to have a permanent solution for the ailment whatever may be the duration of the treatment. So, if you need a permanent solution for your ailment then ayurveda could be a better choice.

  • What are the advantages of Ayurveda when compared to English medicines?

In Ayurveda attention is given to the whole body when treating a particular part of the body that is treated whereas English medicine concentrates only on the part that's treated.

Ayurveda treats the person physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and spiritually. As everyone is aware of there could be possible side affects in English medicines but ayurveda is 100% safe treatment procedure with 0% side affects.

  • Do I have to follow a the principles of Hindu religion to practice Ayurveda ?

Ayurveda is an universal concept and could be practiced by individuals of any religion. Ayurveda is not Hindu based and common to universal to the world community.

Ayurveda and yoga are sister sciences and work in harmony to achieve pure mind & healthy physical body. There is no compulsion that yoga should be practiced to avail the benefits of Ayurveda but if practiced the individuals can achieve enhanced and positive results

  • What type of food should be taken while taken Ayurvedic treatments?

Ayurvedic science strictly advices pure vegetarian food and depends on the type of ailment. The doctors will advice on the type of food that should be taken during the consultation.

  • How long should I stay in the hospital?

The duration of your stay will be decided by the doctors and later on the medicines could be taken at your place of convenience. Our hospital is equipped with AC and Non AC halls for the patients to stay and take treatments. For complete details please see the links picture tour of the hospital and infrastructure.