In India, all knowledge and scholarly pursuits, whether it be pure sciences, applied sciences, medical science or literature, are believed to have their origins in the Vedas.
Panchakarma, which means ‘Five Actions’ is the methodology of purifying the body, and is fundamental to Ayurvedic management of disease. Panchakarma analyses the symptoms to arrive at the root cause of the illness and cures the illness by re-establishing the natural balance of the Tridoshas.
Ayurveda is the earliest known form of medicinal science. The word Ayurveda itself means ‘the science of life’. The fact that Ayurveda has withstood the test of time and has grown from strength to strength over the last four millennia is testimony to its efficacy.