Ayurveda and its aim

An ancient holistic medical healing system. The practice of Ayurvedic system of treatment can be traced back to over five thousand years, from the Vedic era (1500-500BCE) of ancient Indian history...

Pancha Mahabhuta

In Ayurveda, the physiology, pathology and pharmacokinetics are based on the Panchamahabhuta theory. This is the base of whole Ayurvedic Science. The theory says that “Sarvam dravyam Pancha Bhauthikam”..


Dosha - The Vital energies

In Ayurveda, there are three vital energies or functional capacities which are present in everyone and everything with an overall control. These functional capacities or fundamental principles- Vata, Pitta and Kapha...


Prakriti and Vikriti

Ayurveda describes the uniqueness of Panchamahabhuta or the three Doshas. The five elements are represented in our body in the form of three doshas. Each individual has a unique ratio...

Ayu Nutrition

Ayurvedic Nutrition

In Ayurveda wholesome diet is called Pathya (the precisely constituted and calculated cooked food). According to Ayurveda “we are the outcome of what we eat and digest”. Acharya Charaka has described...

Daily routine

Dinacharya - Daily Regimens

The word Dinacharya is derived from two words – Dina means ‘day’ and Charya means ‘regimens or routines’. Dinacharya (daily routines) is very essential to establish balance and harmony in our body, mind and spirit...


Ritucharya - Seasonal Regimens

The term Ritucharya is derived from two words, Ritu means ‘season’ and Charya means ‘regimens or conduct’. Rithucharya is therefore the Sanskrit word for seasonal regimen. In Ayurveda, adopting regimens...



In Ayurveda, the term Panchakarma indicates the cleansing and rejuvenating treatment protocols. The word Panchakarma, derived from two Sanskrit words – Pancha means ‘five’ and Karma means ‘actions’..