Kerala Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a system of healing that was originated in India thousands of years ago.
Historical evidence of Ayurveda could be found in the ancient books of wisdom known as the Vedas. In Rig Veda, the oldest of the vedas, over 60 Ayurvedic preparations were mentioned that could be used to help an individual in overcoming various ailments. The Rig Veda was written over 6,000 years ago, but really Ayurveda has been around even longer than that. Ayurveda is more than just a medical system. It is a Science of Life.
Ayurveda is a science in the sense that it is a complete system. It is a qualitative,holistic science of health and longevity, a philosophy and system of healing the whole person, body and mind. This system evolved at a time when philosophy and medicine were not separated; hence philosophical views have strongly influenced the Ayurvedic way of thinking.
The word, Ayurveda, derived from the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, means "Knowledge of Life". Ayurveda's basic principle is the concept that you are capable of taking charge of your own life and healing.
As per Ayurveda there are three main energies that combine to form all things in the universe. These are recognized as being fundamental to all life and are seen in the processes of growth, maintenance, and decay. Their actions are named anabolism, metabolism, and catabolism in the western sciences.
Three doshas or three energetic forces control the activities of the body are:

  • Vata
  • Pitta
  • Kapha

VATA
The Vata dosha is the most important of the three doshas. In the classic Ayurveda books it is quoted that other doshas are lame without the help of vata. The elements combine with Ether and Air in dominance to form what is known in Ayurveda as Vata Dosha Vata dominates the lower part of the body, which is below umbilicus. The movements of body fluid, metabolism, elimination of waste products, relaying stimulus to brain and response to organs and tissues, heart beat, respiration, body movements etc are assisted by VATA. Vata dominated regions are intestines, lumbar region, ears, bones and skin.
PITTA
The elements with Fire and Water in dominence combine to form the Pitta Dosha . 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
Finally, it is predominantly the water and earth elements, which combine to form the Kapha Dosha. Kapha is responsible for growth, adding structure unit by unit. It also offers protection, for example, in 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.
When the three Doshas are well harmonised and function in a balanced manner, it results in good nourishment and well-being of the individual. But when there is imbalance or disharmony within or between them, it will result in elemental imbalance, leading to various kinds of ailments. The Ayurvedic concept of physical health revolves round these three Doshas and its primary purpose is to help maintain them in a balanced state and thus to prevent disease.
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Kadavu Ayurveda Treatments Rates

 

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AYURVEDA PACKAGES 2012

 

Programme

Rates

SINGLE

DOUBLE

7 days

10500

14000

14 days

10000

13500

21 days

9500

13000

28 days& above

9000

12500

  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • All rates are inclusive of accommodation in Ac Superior Room on full board basis for one night. For accommodation in Suite room/Cottages Rs. 3000 / 2000 per day will be extra.
  • Includes consultation charges and ayurvedic treatment charges.
  • No extra room charges for accompanying person sharing the room with person undergoing ayurvedic treatment.
  • Complimentary pick up / drop to Calicut Airport.
  • Food element for extra persons occupying the room without undergoing the treatment will be Rs.2000/-
  • Peak season supplement of 25% applicable from 21st December to 30th December and New Year supplement of 50% on 31st December 2012.
  • The above rates are inclusive of current applicable taxes. (17.65%)

*Rates are subject to change without prior notice
Recognition: Dept of Tourism, Govt of Kerala has awarded GREEN LEAF Classification to Kadavu Ayurvedic Centre, in recognition of quality, purity and Ayurvedic care!
Back-up: Technical support and expertise provided by VAIDYARATNAM OUSHADASHALA of Thaikat Mooss, ashtavaidyas and practitioners of authentic ayurveda for centuries in Kerala!

 


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