Friday, January 30, 2009
The physician, the one afflicted with disease (i.e., the patient) , the medicine, and the nursing attendant-these are the four pillars of treatment and are responsible for its success.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) – Jan 30, 2009 – (1) Ayurvedic herbal treatment for Head & Neck Cancers
(2) Lung Cancer
(3) Esophagus Cancer
(4) Cancer of the stomach
(5) Treatment explained for Breast Cancer
(6) Liver Cancer
(7) Pancreas Cancer
(8) Colo-Rectal Cancer
(9) Rectum Cancer
(10) Ayurveda for Anal Cancer
(11) Kidney Cancer
(12) Urinary Bladder Cancer
(13) Prostate Cancer
(14) Ayurveda herbal cure for Penile Cancer
(15) Testicular cancer
(16) Uterine Cervix
(17) Cancer of the Uterine Body
(18) Ovarian Cancer
(19) Neurological tumors
(20) Thyroid Cancer
(21) Osteosarcoma (bone cancer)
(22) Children specific cancers
(23) Skin Cancer
(24) Treatment of Lymphomas
(25) Ayurveda treatment for Blood Cancer-Leukemia
Thursday, January 29, 2009
From the pursuit of this mission emanates a passion to excel. At Lavanya we have assembled the finest talents in medicine, be they doctors, nurses or technicians, and even management professionals across a wide spectrum. Enabling them to deliver the highest quality of healthcare are state-of-the art facilities and support infrastructure at each of our division.
Lavanya Ayurveda and its associated units are bench marked to International standards - achieving quality through the relentless adherence to the protocols observed in some of the world's leading complimentary system of health care providers by means of ISO 9001-2000 certification and real zeal of its implications in day today life.
In the healthcare world we cured:
|Cancer (All Types)||More then 20000 patients is successfully treated.|
|AIDS||CD 4 count is to be maintained.|
|Chronic Diseases||Migraine, Leucoderma, Sinusitis, Obesity, Diabetes Asthma, Heart Problem, Depression, Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Stones, Kidney Problems.|
|Beauty problems||Pimples, Blemish, Dry skin, Dark circle, Dandruff, Hair loss, Baldness, Black Heads, Acne.|
|Sex problems||Impotency, Frigidity, Sterility, Sexual Weakness.|
|Old Age Problems||Aging, Loss of Memory, General Debility.|
|Gynecological Problems||Amenorrhea, Leucorrhoea, Metrorrhagia, Menstrual Abnormality, Breast & Figure firmnity.|
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicines
- By using ayurvedic and herbal medicines you ensure physical and mental health without side effects. The natural ingredients of herbs help bring “arogya” to human body and mind. ("Arogya" means free from diseases). The chemicals used in preparing allopathy medicines have impact on mind as well. One should have allopathy medicine only when it is very necessary.
- According to the original texts, the goal of Ayurveda is prevention as well as promotion of the body’s own capacity for maintenance and balance.
- Ayurvedic treatment is non-invasive and non-toxic, so it can be used safely as an alternative therapy or alongside conventional therapies.
- Ayurvedic physicians claim that their methods can also help stress-related, metabolic, and chronic conditions.
- Ayurveda has been used to treat acne, allergies, asthma, anxiety, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, colds, colitis, constipation, depression, diabetes, flu, heart disease, hypertension, immune problems, inflammation, insomnia, nervous disorders, obesity, skin problems, and ulcers.
Ayurvedic Terms Explained
Dosha: In Ayurvedic philosophy, the five elements combine in pairs to form three dynamic forces or interactions called doshas. It is also known as the governing principles as every living things in nature is characterized by the dosha.
Ayurvedic Facial: Purportedly, a "therapeutic skin care experience" that involves the use of "dosha-specific" products and a facial massage focusing on "marma points."
Ayurvedic Nutrition (Ayurvedic Diet): Nutritional phase of Ayurveda. It involves eating according to (a) one's "body type" and (b) the "season." The alleged activity of the doshas--three "bodily humors," "dynamic forces," or "spirits that possess"--determines one's "body type." In Ayurveda, "body types" number seven, eight, or ten, and "seasons" traditionally number six. Each two-month season corresponds to a dosha; for example, the two seasons that correspond to the dosha named "Pitta" (see "Raktamoksha") constitute the period of mid-March through mid-July. But some proponents enumerate three seasons: summer (when pitta predominates), autumn, and winter (the season of kapha); or Vata season (fall and winter), Kapha season (spring), and Pitta season (summer). According to Ayurvedic theory, one should lessen one's intake of foods that increase ("aggravate") the ascendant dosha.