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The treatment plan for a patient is chosen after a detailed case taking, examination, and deliberation by the physician/medical team. Every treatment doesn’t suit or is needed by everyone. The optimum therapy, when done rightly, restores the health and preserves the strength of an individual.

Ayurveda affirms the most fruitful result with judicious choices or combinations of the time tested therapies of shodhana (Detoxification), Shamana (Palliative therapies) & Rasayana (Rejuvenation). Sodhana therapies are also known as Panchakarma. These detox treatments require preparative (purva karma) and restorative (paschat karma) before and after it respectively.

All therapies will be accompanied by oral medications as decided by the physicians.


Initial preparatory procedures in Ayurveda to optimize the body for effective detoxification and therapeutic treatments.


Ayurvedic therapy involving oral administration of medicated oils or ghee to enhance digestion and promote detoxification.


Traditional Ayurvedic full-body oil massage that improves circulation, relieves stress, enhances flexibility, and promotes overall well-being.


Ayurvedic treatment where warm medicated oil is poured and massaged onto the body to promote relaxation, nourishment, and rejuvenation.


Ayurvedic therapy using herbal poultices or bundles filled with medicinal herbs to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve joint mobility.


Ayurvedic treatment involving a continuous stream of warm herbal oil or other liquids poured onto the body to induce relaxation and mental clarity.


Comprehensive Ayurvedic detoxification and rejuvenation therapy involving five main procedures to eliminate toxins, balance doshas, and restore health.

Paschat Karma

Post-therapeutic procedures in Ayurveda that help the body gradually return to its normal state and maintain the benefits achieved through treatments.

Tarpanam and Putapakam

Tarpanam and Putapakam are two essential Ayurvedic treatments that focus on the eyes’ health and rejuvenation.

Ishtika swedanam

Ishtika Swedanam is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment that involves the use of heated bricks to induce sweat and promote detoxification.


Lepam is an Ayurvedic herbal paste application that is widely used to treat various skin conditions.

Karnapooranam and karnadhoopanam

Karnapooranam and Karnadhoopanam are two important Ayurvedic treatments that focus on ear health and wellbeing.


Sirovasthy is a deeply relaxing and therapeutic Ayurvedic treatment that focuses on the head and scalp.

Local vasthys

Local Vasthy treatments are localized applications of medicated oils or herbal pastes to specific regions of the body.