Ayurved

What is Ayurved?

Word Ayurved is composed of two Sanskrit terms – ‘Ayus’ meaning life and ‘Veda’ meaning knowledge, literally meaning – the knowledge and science of life.

Ayurved Principles

Ayurved uses 5 element (space/ air, wind, fire, water and earth) and Tridosha theory (Vata, Pita, Kapha) to detect personality, ailment and treatment.

Panchakarma

We offer Panchakarma therapies like, Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana Basti, Niruha Basti and Nasya, along with many other pre and post procedural treatments.

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Aiming to offer finest Ayurvedic treatment service we, at NIROGDHAM are all set with ayurvedic treatment services. Located in Baroda (Gujarat), we provide all traditional and authentic ayurvedic therapies.

Ayurved

What Is Ayurved?

The word Ayurved is composed of two Sanskrit terms – ‘Ayus’ meaning life and ‘Veda’ meaning knowledge, literally meaning – the knowledge and science of life. It is defined as the science, through which one can obtain knowledge about the useful and harmful ways of life and obtain health and long life.

Ayurved Principles

Ayurved uses 5 element (space/ air, wind, fire, water and earth) and Tridosha theory (Vata, Pita, Kapha) to detect personality, ailment and treatment. These elements constitute each individual in different proportions giving a raise to unique combination of the doshas. The dominance of any of these doshas determines the individual constitution, health balance and disorders. The balance between these three doshas leads to a healthy body and mind. Prior to any treatment at Nirogdham Ayurved Hospital your individual constitution is detected via particular Ayurvedic diagnostic methods and herbal mixtures, decoctions and oils are made accordingly to your body type.

Why Do I Need Ayurved?

Ayurvedic therapies are the best choice for prevention, rejuvenation, cure and immunization of disease and its roots. It provides physical, mental and spiritual health, especially reducing stress levels which can be detrimental in our modern life. For example, from the Ayurvedic view point stress can be interpreted as an increase of Vata dosha, which consists of space and wind, creating excess of biophysical force Vata dosha, which provides movement in the human body. If this moving force has been misplaced from its rout, it can create obstruction in the body. Initially it will manifest as an acute disorder, but left without attention and use of symptomatic treatment (e.g. paracetamol) it will present as a chronic condition. With any of the chronic conditions all Doshas are imbalanced, which may cause secondary conditions accordingly. By accumulation of the imbalance of all Doshas severe illnesses can manifest, such as mental disorders, osteoporosis, cardiovascular accident (CVA), myocardial infarction, cancer or malignancy and many more.