Ayurveda is also known as the " Science of Awareness". The word has its origin from two Sanskrit terms -"Ayus" which means life and "Veda" which means knowledge. Ayurveda it literally means knowledge about life.The basic philosophy of Ayurveda is to make people aware of their life style, diet, exercise and mental activities to achieve prefect balance in mind, body and soul. Thus Ayurveda focuses on absolute perfect health and NOT disease whereas the modern medicines stress only on the body and neglects the mind, senses and the soul. Any infirmity in the mind, senses and soul leads to illness in the Ayurvedic definition. The system of Ayurveda medicine evolved over thousands of years through processes of experience, observation, experimentation and intuition. It is the most practical and sensible preventive system in the world. It is practiced intact even in today's technology driven world. Ayurvedic system of medicine prescribes time tested and trusted methods to improve your physical and mental activity.

Ayurveda medicines has ways to totally rejuvenate the body and mind These procedures improve your physical and mental activities measurably using botanical preparations. While modern medicines prescribes medicine which concentrate on maladies, Ayurveda focuses its main attention on health, its insistence on keeping the mind and spirit strong by orbiting the inherent vital strength with herbal remedies and natural invigorating methods.


Kerala is all set for the 'Monsoon magic' of Ayurveda. God's own country is welcoming people around the globe for rejuvenation programs based on the traditional texts of Ayurveda.

These texts suggest that Monsoon is the best time to revitalize the body. During this season, pores of the skin permit maximum absorption of Ayurvedic medicines and oils. Experts in this field say the geographical specialties of Kerala also add to the Monsoon magic. From the first week of June, when Monsoon normally hits the region, Kerala starts receiving perpendicular sunrays. This unique situation with sun on one side and rain on the other side is, no doubt, the most ideal for Ayurvedic therapy.

Another specialty during the Monsoon in Kerala is a special porridge called Karkkidaka Kanji. This special food consumed during the Karkidakam month (July-August) of Malayalam calendar, it supplements nutrients and also has medicinal effect. It is considered to have ability to control factors viewed toxic by Ayurveda. This may be due to the ingredients with medicinal values. Karkkidaka Kanji consists of cereals and medicinal plants. Even in this age of modern medicine, Kerala attracts people from all over the world towards the Indian system of medicine.

Kerala is the only place on earth where Ayurveda is practiced with absolute authenticity and dedication. Ayurveda has the answer to almost every ailment known to man. Purely natural, the medicines are absolutely free of side effects. The World Health Organization recognizes it as an alternative system of medicine.

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