Anti-ageing the Ayurveda Way

Life expectancy has increased by three decades since the mid-twentieth century. By 2030, one in five of the world population will be over 65 years old but longevity and old age are often accompanied by a variety of health challenges. Modern medicine has made a great deal of progress in aiding the ease of the ageing process but in order to lead a productive and natural health span, ayurveda has proven to play a very vital role in achieving healthy ageing and vitality.

Kalari Kovilakom CGH Earth Ayurveda Yoga

Ayurveda, one of the worlds most authoritative holistic medicinal institutions offers very effective practices and therapies for healthy aging whilst focusing on holistic health involving physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well- being. Specially designed and curated treatments at CGH Earth Wellness Experiences focus on prevention, building resilience and an anti-aging regimen to maintain and enhance vitality.

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Dr. Jouhar – Ayurveda Doctor at CGH Earth Wellness Experiences said, Ayurveda with its origins in Ancient India, is often translated as the Science of Longevity. It works on the premise that the body is composed of three doshas or energies that need to be in synchronicity. ​What distinguishes Ayurveda from other medical disciplines is that it focuses on detoxifying, strengthening, and balancing the body and mind. Rasayana Chikitsa, at CGH Earth Ayurveda Centres is a holistic treatment for cleansing, rejuvenation and regeneration of all cells and tissues enhancing an individual’s energy. immunity, and intellect.

In Ayurveda, the concept of anti-aging is described as rasayana, which aims at maintaining excellent physical and mental health through a combination of a nourishing diet, herbal medicine, yoga, meditation, and spiritual practices. Rasayana Chikitsa, a two-week program at CGH Earth Ayurveda centres, involves a cleansing routine to eliminate toxins followed by rejuvenation treatments. Depending on the medical condition and Doshas, the Vaidya will determine the course of cleansing processes. Diet and nutrition are also integral to the treatment and aid with building overall immunity and strength.

Yoga and meditation are used to complement the entire healing process. A very effective technique of meditation used in the treatment is a special candlelight meditation done in a group around a burning candle where everyone gazes at the flame for several minutes as long as possible and prays together. This helps in gaining clarity, peace, and immense positivity. Another significant element of the CGH Earth Ayurvedic treatments is the practice of Satsang which involves listening to or reading the scriptures, reflecting on them, absorbing their meaning, understanding, and discussing the meaning of certain words and integrating their values into one’s daily life. This adds the necessary uplifting edge to the whole recovery process by enhancing positive energy.

Rasayana Chikitsa, a very thoughtfully curated program is only available at CGH Earth Wellness Ayurveda centres in Kerala. Kalari Kovilakom, a 200-year-old palace, is where history meets natural tranquility and Kalari Rasayana is spread over 8 acres of coconut grove land. These stunning living spaces complement the healing process with their nurturing and warm environment and an unobtrusive, quiet adherence to discipline.

So, delay the effects of ageing by committing to holistic health. For more details contact the admissions advisor on 9446465111

About CGH Earth Experience Wellness
The art of healing meets the science of health at CGH Earth Experience Wellness – with experiences that heal your body, mind, and soul. Combining the power of ancient medicinal systems and traditional therapeutic practices, CGH Earth Wellness offers holistic healthcare based on Ayurveda, Naturopathy, and Yoga. It also addresses ones overall state of well-being through experiences that are fulfilling and enriching for the self. All of the transformative experiences offered by CGH Earth Wellness are intrinsically nourished by the core values that are at the heart of all the group’s hospitality and healthcare. The CGH Earth Group believes that operating with environmental sensitivity, including and benefiting the local community, and adopting the local ethos are the only ways to revive, sustain and thrive as a global collective.

A pioneer in responsible tourism in India and with a credible background spanning over five decades in offering uniquely immersive travel experiences, CGH Earth diversified into wellness with the start of Ayurveda Healthcare 17 years back at Kalari Kovilakom, followed by Kalari Rasayana. Subsequently, Prakriti Shakti was started in 2018, which offers naturopathy healthcare, another system of holistic healing with roots in indigenous wisdom. These centers are certified and accredited by NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare providers). While the Ayurveda and Naturopathy healing centers primarily addressed the body, SwaSwara was CGH Earth’s quest towards redefining the meaning of a true holiday. Embraced by the wilderness on the seashore of Om beach, SwaSwara addressed the mind by offering rejuvenating and immersive experiences to release, re-focus, and recalibrate the self.

Take your path to holistic healing with customized programs starting from 14-days for Ayurveda, and 7-14 days and above for Naturopathy. Take a wellness break at SwaSwara for shorter durations.

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1 Comment
  1. Best Ayurveda Hospital
    for Panchakarma treatment in kerala
    Dr.Jyothi B.A.M.S

    Ayurveda indeed emphasizes a holistic approach to health, considering various aspects beyond just the absence of disease. It takes into account the balance of doshas (biological energies), proper functioning of Dhatus (tissues), healthy Agni ( digestive fire) and normal Malakriya (elimination). Additionally, it acknowledges the importance of a Prasanna Atma (content soul), balanced Indriya ( sensory organs), and a tranquil Manas (mind) in achieving overall well-being. This holistic perspective is a fundamental principle of Ayurvedic medicine, which helps one to cure from the core inside.
    What Is Panchakarma?
    The word Panchakarma is derived from two words: Pancha, which means five, while Karma means procedure and is five treatments that include curative, preventive and promotive actions for various diseases. Some acharyas also use the word Pancha Shodana ( five purificatory), which means five purificatory therapy.
    Acharya Charaka and Vagbhata consider the following as Panchakarma’s;
    Vamana– Emesis
    Virechana– purgation therapy
    Niruha vasti- enema with decoction
    Anuvasana vasti– enema with oil
    Nasya– nasal instillation.
    While, according to Susrutha Acharya – Father of surgery in Ayurveda, since he deals with surgery, he has given an equal importance to blood along with the Tridoshas, so he has included Raktamokshana (bloodletting procedure) to eliminate the vitiated blood as one among the Panchakarma.
    Vamana – Emesis Treatment
    In this treatment, the accumulated toxins are removed by means of vomiting. The person is made to vomit by giving medicines called Vamanaushada. Vamana treatment is usually indicated in Kapha dosha imbalance diseases.
    Vamana is performed in two ways mainly:-
    Sadhyo Vamana– instant therapeutic vomiting
    Purvakarmayukta Vamana/ Vamana– therapeutic Vomiting.
    Here, Sadhyo Vamana is a one-day procedure in which the patient is administered with Kashayam (Decoction) or milk in order to induce vomiting and expel the doshas and toxins from the body.
    Classical Vamana is a collaborative effort where a patient must go through various procedure phases. Like snehapanam, svedanam, samsarjana karma etc.,
    So, this procedure takes around 15 to 18 days to complete. The days depend on the disease’s condition and the patient’s digestive fire.
    Generally, it takes around 15 to 18 days to complete the procedure.
    Now let’s see the phases a patient undergoes while Vamana;

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