Ayurveda keralahttp://www.toxycure.comA reliable one day ayurvedic programme, named 'Visharasayana' designed by Dr. Anish M. Kurias, by combining 'VishaTantra' (Toxicology and preventive medicines) and 'Rasayana' (Geriatrics and Rejuvenation therapy) one of the two branches in Ayurveda treatment, to expel all the toxins in your body, accumulated from - The air you breath. The water you drink. The food you eat.Ayurveda (Sanskrit for “science of life”), the name derived from - 'Ayus' Life & 'Veda' science, is a form of alternative medicine based on the principle that disease is caused by an imbalance of life forces (viz. kapha, pitta, and vata). It is attributed to Dhanvantari, the physician to the gods in Hindu mythology, who received it from Brahma. Its earliest concepts were set out in the portion of the Vedas known as the Atharvaveda (2nd millennium BC). Ayurveda is the oldest existing system of medical practice and is regarded by proponents as a complete way of life aimed at spiritual, mental, and social well-being as well as physical health.Ayurveda has eight branches dealing with various aspects of medicine, which of those are explained below.1.Health Dec 31, 1969
Ayurveda, the ancient existing health practice, is believed to have been originated around 4500 B.C. But the first documentation of Ayurvedic knowledge really took time.Finally, it got prefectly documented in 2500 BC.Ayurveda is nothing but a natural health system, involvingEarth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether&Mind, Intelligence, EgoAyurveda imparts natural healing by bringing in a natural balance with regard to the imbalance of these various elements supporting life.
The family of Thaikkattu Mooss, a legend in its own, is engaged in the practice of Ayurveda, the science of life, mastered by ancient Indian saints. Our tradition dates back to the days of Lord Parasurama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, believed to have recovered Kerala, the land renowned for the growth of Ayurveda. Since then there were no looking back for our family and the saga still continues in its entire glory. History authenticates the excellence of our physicians as their services were sought after by most of the kings and nobles of the bygone era.About Ayurveda:Unlike all other branches of medicine, Ayurveda observes a patient in entirety - on physical, mental and spiritual levels - while treating diseases. It is well established by the modern science beyond any doubt that one's mind has a very strong influence on his body. With this knowledge rediscovered, Ayurveda is fast emerging as a holistic alternative to all other systems of medicine. With its enormous understanding on human mind, body and spirit, Ayurveda offers treatment for almost all known diseasesEight Branches of Ayurveda:There are eight branches (Ashtangas) in Ayurveda. They are Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine), Bala Chikitsa (Peadiatrics), Graha Chikitsa (Occult and Tantric Medicine), Oordhwanga Chikitsa (ENT), Salya Chikitsa (Surgery), Damshtra Chikitsa (Toxicology), Jara Chikitsa (Geriatrics) and Vrisha Chikitsa (Aphrodisiac Tratment). Our physicians belong to the rare tradition of the Ashtavaidyas - those equally proficient in all the eight branches of Ayurveda.Vaidyaratnam:Vaidyaratnam, a prestigious title was conferred on Ashtavaidyan Narayanan Mooss in the year 1924 by the then Viceroy of British India, Lord Reading. Ashtavaidyan Neelakandhan Mooss, son of Ashtavaidyan Narayanan Mooss, established Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala in 1941 with the aim of popularising the amazing healing effect of Ayurveda. This was an important mile stone in the timeless journey by the auspicious path of Ayurveda by our family. With the exceptionally admirable talent and rock hard commitment for the excellence of Ayurveda, Ashtavaidyan Neelakandhan Mooss became one of the best Ayurvedic physicians of this country. The Oushadhasala founded by him gives utmost importance to the quality in preparation and distribution of Ayurvedic medicines. These medicines are manufactured strictly adhering to the prescriptions in the ancient authoritative books on Ayurveda. Uncompromising passion to quality is the thumb rule of Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala. Recognising the untiring efforts for the growth of Ayurveda and his invaluable contribution to popularise it.
Kerala Ayurvedashram is a major force in health care, growing at a spectacular rate - New health clinics with expert Ayurvedic doctors, new market strategies, new Ayurveda Medicines, new medical researches and new cures.