About AYUTHRA KERALA AYURVEDIC HOSPITAL

Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Hospital, Body massage center, Pudukkottai, Tamilnadu, India.

The clinic who have made Ayurvedic treatments well-known all over India. The ancient teachings of Ayurveda are undoubtedly among the most important ingredients of Indian culture, they form the cornerstone.

The clinic inaugurated on November 2nd 2016  and giving treatments to Indian and international guests under able leadership of our doctor Dr. Selva Vali BAMS.,  Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Clinic, Body massage center in Pudukkottai has adopted a holistic approach to the ayurvedic treatment and yoga and at the same time reflected India’s culture and beauty.

It is a center of excellence for complete Ayurvedic treatment. Strong and un-compromising spirit propels us to deliver the Ayurvedic treatment in most professional way with traditional elegance.  Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Clinic, Body massage center in Pudukkottai  provides ayurvedic treatment for patients not only in India but also from all over the world. The accommodation was built in the traditional style of southern India. Each moment will make you feel comfortable and feeling of freshness. We warmly invite you to relish this unforgettable experience of Ayurvedic life. Relax being in good hands! Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Clinic, Body massage center in Pudukkottai, Team

The name Ayurveda is derived from the two syllables, ayur meaning life and veda meaning knowledge. So, Ayurveda means knowledge about living a healthy life. Allopathic medicine treats only the disease, but Ayruveda is a holistic system that treats the disease and the patient as a whole as well.

Our Status in Numbers
1000

Happy Customers

7

Years of Experience

100

Different Ayurvedic Treatments

3

Doctors

6

Therapists

Our Assurance

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As in many other fields there is a big difference between the original and imitations in the Ayurveda sector and always at the expense of quality. The Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Clinic, Body massage center in Pudukkottai is therefore wholeheartedly committed to giving the visitor and his health authentic  treatment.

There are 5 good reasons for booking Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Hospital:

1. Pudukkottai district 1st Kerala based Ayurvedic clinic.

2. Intensively trained and examined Ayurveda team run by experienced doctors.

3. Personal Ayurvedic service and consultations throughout your stay at the hospital.

4 . Over 100 different Ayurvedic treatments, 03 doctors and 6 therapists

5. Ayurvedic Treatment + Relaxation based center in Pudukkottai

Meet our Team

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DR.N.VINOTHINI

DR.V.VINO

DR.V.SIVAJOTHI

DR.SAKTHI PRABATH

Prince Yohannan

Anila. L

Sandhya. R

Vivek K V

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Ayuthra Kerala Ayurvedic Hospital, Body massage center in Pudukkottai is therefore wholeheartedly committed to giving the visitor and his health authentic treatment.

“Many times a patient goes to an various doctor for treatment. If he finds no improvement in health despite taking other treatment, he turns towards Āyurvēdic treatment. By the time one turns to Ayurvedic treatment, the disease gets settled to the body, a lot of money gets wasted on medicines and side effects of those medicines are also experienced. After taking the Ayurvedic treatment the patient readiness that the disease is getting cured. Then he starts feeling, ‘I wish I had taken the Ayurvedic treatment right from the beginning!’ So to avoid this and to avoid the harmful side effects, it is necessary to take Ayurvedic treatment from the beginning of the illness itself.”

The name Ayurveda is derived from the two syllables, ayur meaning life and veda meaning knowledge. So, Ayurveda means knowledge about living a healthy life. Allopathic medicine treats only the disease, but Ayruveda is a holistic system that treats the disease and the patient as a whole as well.

Ayurvedic treatment is a system of medicine that evolved in India and has survived as a distinct entity from ancient times to the present day. The true history of Ayurveda starts from the time of the ancient Holy books, the Vēdās. Scholars of the subject contend that the concept and essence of Ayurveda was revealed by the creator of the world Himself, Lord Brahma. References to medicine are found in the earliest texts including the Vedas. Agnivesa wrote the Samhita which is a classic and has survived to this day. It has been made available to the world by Charaka and is known as the Charaka Samhita. Charaka is believed to have lived in the sixth century B.C. The work is a complete compendium of medical information, dealing with medical aspects such as etiology, symptomatology, treatment and medical care in health and in disease. Equal in importance to the Charaka Samhita is another treatise called Susruta Samhita. This work deals with surgical diseases, and diseases of the special organs such as the eye, ear, etc.

Divine plants that sustain long life and good health are now being rediscovered. Many renowned families of Vaidyas (Doctors specialized in Ayurvedic Medicine), who are specialized in certain branches of Ayurveda, have started functioning again in India and some other countries. Today there is a revival of the ancient culture and traditions inherent to Ayurveda, which is a true gift of the ancient civilization to the modern world.

Ayurveda aims at making a happy, healthy and peaceful society.

The two most important aims of Ayurvedic treatment are:

  1. To maintain the health of healthy people
  2. To cure the diseases of sick people

According to Ayurveda, our environment is made up of the five primary elements: ether, air, fire, water and earth. Just as in nature, human beings are also comprised of these five elements. When any of these elements are imbalanced in the environment, they will have an influence on us. The foods we eat and the weather are just two examples of the influence of these elements.

The five primary elements manifest in the human body as three basic humours known as doshās (vāta, pitta and kapha). These three doshas govern creation, maintenance and destruction of bodily tissues. Each person is born with a unique combination of these doshas which decides their basic constitution called Prakruti.

  • vata dosha governs the principle of movement and therefore can be seen as the force which directs nerve impulses, circulation, respiration and elimination, etc.
  • The Pitta dosha is responsible for the process of transformation or metabolism. The transformation of foods into nutrients that our bodies can assimilate is an example of a Pitta function. Pitta is also responsible for metabolism in the organ and tissue systems as well as cellular metabolism.
  • Kapha dosha is responsible for growth. It also offers protection, for example, in a form of the cerebral-spinal fluid, which protects the brain and spinal column. The mucosal lining of the stomach is another example of the function of Kapha dosha protecting the tissues.

Ayurvedic treatment protocols specifically address a person’s health challenges. When any of the doshas become accumulated or off balance, Ayurveda suggests specific lifestyle and nutritional guidelines to assist the individual in reducing the dosha that has become excessive. Also, herbal medicines are suggested to cure the imbalance and the disease.