Ayurveda interventions during the autumn months of September & October, post the rains, is your passport to good health and longevity. At AyurVAID Kalmatia, it is a time to securing lasting benefit from Ayurveda even as you explore the Himalayas and attractions of the Devbhumi, Kumaon. It would be a good idea to book a Health Holiday package for Almora these months or undergo a Revitalization Program, even as you enjoy sightseeing and indulge in outdoor activities in a pleasing climate.
Autumn liquefies the Pitta, which governs all heat, metabolism and transformation in the mind and body. Pitta controls how we digest foods, how we metabolize our sensory perceptions, and how we discriminate between right and wrong, and governs the important digestive “Agnis” or fires of the body. Post rainy season, the weather aggravates the fire element, which in turn vitiates the blood in the body. This makes the season a precursor to several disease conditions, but with appropriate Ayurveda therapies, the season ensure lasting health.
Autumn is a time of the year best suited for whole body cleansing, and various disease conditions such as bleeding disorders, fever, skin rashes, chronic arthritis and breathing disorders such as Asthma. At AyurVAID Kalmatia, expert physicians have evolved seasonal treatment modules for different physiological and psychological conditions for the most effective results and outcomes during the season.
Snehapanam (Medicated Ghee intake), Sarvangam Abhyangam (Whole Body Medicated Oil Therapy), Virechanam (Purgation), Shiro Dhara (Therapeutic Oil Pouring on Head), Sarvangam Takra Dhara (Whole Body Medicated Buttermilk Therapy), Saravangam Ksheera Dhara (Whole Body Medicated Milk Therapy)
Indicative package duration – 5 to 7 days
Snehapanam (Medicated Ghee intake), Sarvangam Abhyangam (Medicated oil therapy), Virechanam (Purgation)
Indicative package duration – 3 to 5 days
Indicative package duration – 15 to 21 days
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Disclaimer: * Outcomes may vary from person to person