FAQ

Q.1 What is Ayurveda?
Ans: Ayurveda is a science of holistic living which give immense importance to nature. The word Ayurveda can be divided into two parts "Ayur" means "life" and "Veda" means "knowledge, wisdom, science". so its a science of life which talks about being from all prospective mental, physical, emotional, spiritual. Its more than 5000 years old and is widely followed in the Indian subcontinent.

Q.2 Does ayurvedic drugs have a side effect?
Ans: Ayurvedic drugs cause neither side effects nor physical or psychological dependence. This is why ayurvedic treatment is termed shuddhachikitsa – ‘ a genuine treatment ‘. Shuddhachikitsa or genuine treatment is that kind of treatment which treats one illness without causing other illness from the treatment done for first illness. Ayurvedic drugs are naturally prepared with natural herbs, mineral, etc. It doesn't include artificial or synthetically prepared raw material.

Q.3 Is Ayurveda recognized by WHO?
Ans: WHO has an open mind on Traditional Medicine. However, it endorses only that therapy which has solid scientific evidence with no toxicity. In view of this Ayurveda is duly recognised by W.H.O.

Q.4 Does Ayurveda system of medicine has a plus point over conventional medicine system?
Ans: Ayurveda treatment believes and goes into the roots of the disease rather than treating the illness or symptoms superficially. Conventional medicine is also evolved through time, it has a very good result for acute problems, but Ayurveda treatment has a very good result for chronic health issues. Ayurveda works based on balance.

Q.5 What preparation I need to do before starting Ayurveda panchakarma?
Ans: You don't require any special preparation before the panchakarma procedure. still, it would be better to avoid alcohol and smoking, having a routine to a lifestyle one week before the panchakarma procedure.

Q.6 What is the difference between Ayurveda and western medicine?
Ans: Ayurveda is a 5000 years old system of medicine, its the oldest system of medicine available. Ayurveda can also be considered as the only system of medicine which talks about health from a preventive and curative perspective no other health system talks about things we need to do to prevent illness or disease. Western or allopathic medicine works based on pathology. Typically, you don’t go to the doctor unless something is wrong. Western medicine goes according to the symptoms and treats the symptoms so that you feel normal again, whereas Ayurveda talks about going to the roots of the illness and trying to find the cause of the disease.

Q.7 What kind of restriction associated with Ayurveda treatment?
Ans: Pathya is the term to denote the diet regimen that forms an integral part of most treatments. For the proper assimilation of drugs as well as food, the patient is advised to follow a new daily routine while undergoing treatment. A diet that might cause the opposite effect of the drug taken is to be avoided and that which increases the potency of the drug To be followed. Since the drug-diet interaction is considered a significant factor, the physician decides on a suitable pathya after considering various factors like the nature of the illness, the constitution of the patient, his tolerance to different regimens and so on.

Q.8 How many days are the need for Ayurveda detoxification treatment or Ayurveda panchakarma treatment?
Ans: The duration of panchakarma is dependent on factors like the nature of the illness, the strength of the disease, chronicity of the disease. Normally the treatment is done the minimum for 7 days to a maximum of 28 days of in-house treatment.

Q.9 Is There Scope For Ayurveda in the contemporary period?
Ans: We say there is a need for Ayurveda more than ever now, because of the lifestyle, dietary habits, pollution, human being going away from nature. It has a wide scope from prevention of disease to cure the problems from their roots, with applying and adopting a healthy lifestyle which helps to remove the infection from its root.

Q.10 How do I find a competent Ayurveda practitioner?
Ans: Any Ayurveda doctor having such degree/ qualifications as mentioned in 2nd, 3rd and 4th schedules of Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 is a recognized medical practitioner. BAMS and MD (Ayurveda) degrees of new pattern and equivalent qualifications of the time before the enactment of Central Act have recognized skills for registration and practice of Ayurvedic Medicine.

Q.11 Can I go for sightseeing during the leisure time or eat outside food?
Ans: No. During the treatment its not advisable to go for sightseeing because during the treatment a healthy regimen is to be followed, No physical strain is advisable during panchakarma treatment.

Q.12 Although I do not suffer from any serious ailment, I do feel stress and fatigue due to the work pressure? does the institute accommodate people like me?
Ans: Ayurveda has the best treatment for prevention and rejuvenation, Ayurvedic treatments help you to counter stress and fatigue in the most effective way possible.

Q.13 Can I undergo a rejuvenation treatment in your institute?
Ans: Yeah we do provide rejuvenation treatment.

Q.14 Any weight reduction treatment done in your Ayurveda institute?
Ans: Weight reduction treatment is done in our institute, which takes 14 days of therapy along with diet regulation.

Q.15 Where is the institute located?
Ans: Rishikesh, Tapovan

Q.16 Details about accommodation?
Ans: We have single and shared accommodation with a/c and non a/c rooms.

Q.17 What kind of treatment do you have in your institute?
Ans: (please share the link of the Ayurveda treatment pages)

Q.18 How are the therapist in your center?
Ans: He have recruited therapist from skilled Kerala who has a professional degree as Ayurveda therapist and has an experience of Indian and foreign clients, we have a male as well female therapist.

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