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We apply classical Ayurvedic tools, techniques and herbal formulations guarded and preserved by Dathathreya heritage for 3500 years. Our therapies are tailored for the individual health needs of each patient. The therapeutic approach is holistic, and it protects, cures and promotes the physical, emotional, cognitive, psychological, and spiritual health of the patient.


Aim – to re-establish the dynamic equilibrium of the tridoṣas
According to Āyurveda, human health is the resultant of the dynamic equilibrium of vāta, pitta and kapha, otherwise called Tridoṣas. The manifestation of any disease is associated with the perturbances of tridoṣas, either individually or in permutations and combinations.
Vāta is the basis of internal and external movements of the body. Vāta controls the respiratory, circulatory, digestive and excretory functions starting from cellular level to tissue and organ levels. Pitta mediates the chemical conversion of food substances into vital substances of the human system. All biochemical processes of the body are under the control of Pitta. It is invariably associated with heat exchanges, resulting in transformation of digested food substances into organic compounds of the body. Kapha means the building up processes of the human system. In the words of Guru Swami Dathathreya, all functions of the human body can be summed up as the “vitalization of matter and materialization of life”. These processes are simultaneous. Tridoṣas control and equilibrate these processes to bestow health. The disequilibrium of the tridoṣas is the cause or the hetu of the genesis of diseases.
The fundamental duty of the AyurVedic physician is to re-establish the equilibrium of the tridoṣas. Linga is the symptomatology of the perturbances of the doṣas. Auṣadha is the appropriate remedial measure prescribed by the physician on the basis of doṣa vaiṣamyam (perturbances of doṣas) to re-establish the doṣa sāmyam (equilibrium of doṣas). This process is called thenidānaparivarjanam (eradication of the cause and effect).
The AyurVedic physician, after examining the pulse of the patient, determines a therapy suitable for a particular patient. The basic approaches to our AyurVedic therapies are:

Hetu viparita chikitsa: AyurVedic therapy against the cause of the disease

Vyathi viparitam chikitsa: AyurVedic therapy against the symptoms of the disease

Hetu-Vyathi viparaitam chikitsa: AyurVedic therapy against the cause and symptoms of the disease

Tatharkari chikitsa: AyurVedic therapy where the disease causative factors are used against the cause of the disease.

The therapies are entirely patient-centered. For example, during the Chikungunya epidemic management programme, we treated 20000 patients, and we gave 20000 different prescriptions.  We evaluate the success of our therapies based on three factors: simultaneous improvements in metabolism (agni), strength (balam), and complexion (varna) of the patient.