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Dr Hema
Chief Physician
Park Am See Nattika Ayurveda

India belongs to an age old civilization, which was blessed with great knowledge in various streams of sciences; be it Astronomy, Mathematics, Architecture or Medical Science! Ayurveda – Probably the oldest systematic health science – The Mother of all Systems of Medicine – has its roots in the Indian Subcontinent!

We had a great tradition of Vaidya Samuha namely The Charaka, Susrutha, Vagbhata, Madhava, Chakrapani, and Bhavamishra to name a few. Due to various reasons, most of the civilizations throughout the world had many setbacks; so did our civilization too… The biggest reason for our setback was the destruction of our prominent Universities – The Nalanda, The Takshashila and lots more of the contemporary Centres of Excellences.

This great "Science of Life" is not just some hundreds of years' old. It's believed to have started evolving more than 5000 years back. The oldest fully available textbook on Ayurveda, The Charak Samhita was written around 3000 years ago.

Thus, from its origin, to the documentation of Charak Samhita, there exists a gap of 2000 years. During those times, the only prevalent medical system in the Indian subcontinent was the primitive forms of Ayurveda.

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It was the continuous research and the trials conducted on extremely large populations, which culminated in the formation of the great Medical Literature of Charak Samhita!

Presently, there isn't any other contemporary medical system which has such an enormous research backup of 3000 long years! This is the reason behind the trust and reliability that attracts people from the whole world to The Ayurvedic path of Life.

When a question arises about the long term benefits of a drug or a therapy, there aren't many options in the contemporary medical systems that have a research backup of more than two generations; but Ayurveda has! The therapeutic measures followed in Ayurveda are generations old and are in practice for thousands of years. Continuous modifications and refinements led to a flawless version which is presently being practiced in various parts of the world. It may seem a little odd when you hear the phrase that Ayurveda has no side effects. The reality is that throughout these long years of continuous research and modifications, we were able to develop protocols which suit everyone

When Ayurveda describes Life, it considers the whole person. The concept that Health is not just physical well-being, was well understood by the ancient Ayurvedic practitioners. They took Physical, Mental and Social well-being into consideration while describing the Ayurvedic lifestyle. The beauty of Ayurveda is that there's every description of step by step routine activities and instructions on how to live each day!

There's a detailed description of Dinacharya (Daily regimens) in the classical textbooks of Ayurveda, which helps to maintain the equilibrium of physical and mental health. Still there's a chance that changes in the external environment can affect your body and mind. Taking this possibility into consideration, there's a description of Ritucharya (Seasonal regimens) in the Ayurvedic classics.

How to interact in a society is very much important when it comes to the global peace. Ayurveda also advices measures to lead a better life as a Social being. It is the union of all these aspects, together constituting the real definition of Ayurvedic Wellness.

At Nattika, throughout your stay here, we introduce the core concepts of The Ayurvedic Way of Living, thus you will get adapted naturally to align with the mother nature and lead a sustainable life which is the need of the future generations too! A person who is regularly taking Ayurvedic treatments will definitely feel the disciplinary impact it has on life. We strongly believe from our previous years' experience that Ayurvedic therapies along with careful lifestyle modifications can really help in improving the quality of Health! Contact us to learn more !