Ayurveda is an ancient Indian healing system that takes into account the
soul of human beings along with the traditional body and mind. It treats a
disease with all-natural processes and items. Mostly messages and sometimes
the use of natural herbs and medicinal trees make the process a soothing one
and refreshing experience for the city stuffed human creatures.
It is also mentioned in the ancient Rig-Veda, the birth book of Ayurveda,
that ambience plays a major role in the healing process. If that is true
than Kerala, as an Ayurveda destination, is far better than any other place
in India. The serene surroundings and the natural beauty is, in itself, a
healing component in Kerala, adding to that is the pollution free atmosphere
and the lush greens. Altogether Kerala is a healing experience better than
any other tourist destination, especially those under medical tourism.
Places to go for :
1. Trivandrum : -
Sala Karamana, Poovar, Chowra, Pothen Kode,
Voncheyoor, Kovalam etc are renowned destinations in and around Trivandrum.
2. Ernakulum : -
The district is a renowned Ayurveda destination.
Best places to be in, for Ayurveda, would be, Adoor, Aluva, Kalady, Cochin,
Nedumbassary and the city of Ernakulum.
3. Kottayam : -
are splendid Backwaters, and the perfectly matching
Ayurvedic treatments Kottayam, is a great Ayurvedic destination.
Best Ayurvedic places include Kumarakom, Kodimatha, Pallom, Chenganacherry
and the Kottayam City.
4. Idukki : -
Idukki, the hill station is famous for providing some
of the best locations human eyes can ever see, and with them some of the
miraculous treatment solutions. Thekkady, Munnar and Idukki City are some
important names to remember, if you are in Idukki for Ayurveda.
5. Thrissur : -
This revered pilgrimage in central Kerala has an
impressive history in terms of both cultures an Ayurveda.
This ancient technique of healing is considered the best technique for
ailments of the chronic and lifestyle diseases nowadays. The reasons include
its simplicity, no side effects and t the theory that includes even the
soul. The process does not include any exclusion, to be frank, in Sanskrit,
the ancient language of India, has no word for exclusion. Thus when the
patient comes into Ayurveda, he/she becomes a part of it, and everything
that belongs to the patient automatically comes under the purview of the
This comprehensive approach has never been part of any other system of
healing, and hence the system is special.