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Nabhi Chikitsa is a specialized treatment of Ayurveda wherein some medicines are applied or pooled in the navel to combat certain disorders. This form of treatment though not abundantly mentioned in the treatises of Ayurveda, has been practiced with traditional skills which have been passed on through generations. Some forms of the treatment are practiced in Kerala state of South India.



Siddha medicineis a system of traditional medicine originating in ancient Tamilakam(Tamil Nadu) in South India and Sri Lanka.


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and the Ayurvedic system of medicine originated in India are among the time-honored holistic approaches to healing, beginning thousands of years ago that are still utilized today. Practitioners in TCM and Ayurveda base their healing recommendations on an individual’s constitutional condition—or group of generalized symptoms—and not on what usually consider a diagnosed disease or disorder. After obtaining a detailed verbal health history, carefully noting the pulse, and performing a physical exam, the TCM or Ayurvedic practitioner may suggest a variety of interventions with the goal of re-balancing the organ systems and the body’s energy. These interventions usually include herbs, but may also include diet and lifestyle changes, exercise, meditation, acupuncture and other approaches.


Nadi is a channel existing within the body in the form of blood vessels. The term Nadi Pariksha denotes examination of pulse (Nadi). According to Ayurveda, Nadi Pariksha is base of Tridoshvijyana. Nadi Pariksha also helps to find out vitiated doshas in patients. Etiology of diseases are formed due to vitiated doshas; pulsation varies in every person from healthy to aturpariksha (diseased person).


Marma Chikitsa is an important part of Ayurveda that helps to maintain health by cleansing blocked energy.

The word Marma is of Sanskrit origin ‘Mrin Maranae’. The Sanskrit phrase, “mriyatae asmin iti marma” means ‘there is likelihood of death or serious damage to health when these points are inflicted. Hence, these areas are called marma. Marma in Sanskrit also means hidden or secret. By definition, a Marma point is a juncture on the body where two or more types of tissue meet, such as muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints.


Kalari Chikitsa is an ancient system of musculoskeletal treatments. Originating in Kerala in Southern India, Kalari Chikitsa was developed to benefit the warriors of Kalaripayattu. The techniques that were used to treat the ancient warriors are also highly effective in the treatment of modern day aches, pains and injuries.


Naturopathy is a system of healing that aims to provide holistic or whole body healthcare by drawing on treatment methods from several traditional systems of healthcare. Naturopathy seeks to use the natural healing powers of the body to cure itself. It focusses on treating the cause of a disease rather than the symptoms themselves.

Naturopathy is not an alternative to modern medicine, but is used by people as an additional therapy or alternative for some non-serious medical conditions. It is not suitable for medical emergencies or serious conditions. Always consult your doctor first if you have symptoms of disease or are unwell.



Yoga is perhaps the world’s first system that recognizes the interconnection and interaction between body and mind. References to yoga can be seen in many ancient scriptures like Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata, the Vedas, etc.. The most important and most famous purveyors of yoga was the great sage Patanjali, the author of the treatise “Yoga Sutras”. He was perhaps the first recorded the yoga principles, which were passed orally from generation to generation.

The main purpose of yoga is to isolate the mind of all thoughts, worries and fears, and to increase the strength and flexibility of the body. The regular practice of yoga can help keep stress and tension at bay and facilitate the mind to a state of well-being and peace.


Homeopathy, or Homeopathic Medicine, is the practice of medicine that embraces a holistic, natural approach to the treatment of the sick.  Homeopathy is holistic because it treats the person as a whole, rather than focusing on a diseased part or a labeled sickness.  Homeopathy is natural because its remedies are produced according to the U.S. FDA-recognized Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States from natural sources, whether vegetable, mineral, or animal in nature.