Method for taking our homeo medicines :

we are strongly concentrate to prepare our homeo medicine in our farm house. patient should be take homeo medicine after finishing his Regular food.

Breakfast (morning food) for morning season
Lunch (afternoon food) for noon season
Dinner (night food) for night season

Our homeo medicine prepared and blended with pure highly matured natural herbal plants. So 100% no side effects.If patient taking another treatment or other method of treatments while using homeo medicine, Stop homeo medicine two days and again regularize within finished your other treatment.

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an art of healing i.e.treating diseases by pricking tiny needles on the body surfaces.In Latin "Acus" means "needle or point", "Puncture" means "to prick".

How Acupuncture works?

The life energy flowing through the body which is termed "Qi" can be influenced and balanced by stimulating specific points on the body. These points are located along channels of energy known as meridians that connect all of our major organs.

How Acupuncture reduces pain?

Acupuncture points are areas of designated electrical sensitivity. Inserting needles at these points stimulates various sensory receptors that, in turn, stimulates nerves that transmit impulses to the hypothalamic-pituitary system at the base of the brain. The hypothalamus-pituitary glands are responsible for releasing neuro transmitters and endorphins, the body's natural pain killing hormones. Endorphins also play a big role in the functioning of the hormonal system. This is why acupuncture works well for painful disorders.

WHAT IS AROMATHERAPY?

Aromatherapy seeks to enhance an individual’s physiological, emotional, cognitive, and psychological well-being through the controlled use of pure essential oils and other aromatic plant compounds. These naturally extracted aromatic oils are usually diluted with carrier oil or cream, applied topically, and massaged into a person’s skin. The aroma from these oils may also be directly inhaled through the nose. Other applications include adding the diluted essential oils to a warm bath, adding oils to a cold compress placed on the skin, or using an aromatherapy oil diffuser to produce an aromatic vapor.
While some oils may have particular benefits, aromatherapy is not used to target specific symptoms; rather, the approach aims to promote holistic healing by supporting the body’s natural ability to regain balance and recover from health-related setbacks. Aromatherapy may be offered as a type of alternative medicine or as a complementary therapy in company with a more established treatment approach.

HISTORY OF AROMATHERAPY

The practice of aromatherapy dates back as far as 4000 BC, when the ancient Egyptians produced medicine, embalming agents, perfumes, and cosmetics with the use of scented oils. Chinese, Indian, Greek, and Roman civilizations also made regular use of scented oils in therapeutic, spiritual, hygienic, and ritualistic activities. In the 5th century BC, the Greek physician Hippocrates taught and promoted the health benefits of aromatic oils.
Aromatherapy attracted public attention in 1937, after French chemist René-Maurice Gattefossé released a book entitled Aromathérapie: Les Huiles Essentielles, Hormones Végétales. In the book, Gattefossé described how he had severely burned his hand in an explosion in his lab but had recovered well after treating his burns with lavender oil. Gattefossé studied the properties of the essential oils used to treat gangrene, burns, skin infections, and wounds during World War I. In 1928, he established and spearheaded the scientific study of aromatherapy.

Varma Therapy

Varma (Sanskrit: marma vidya) is a south Indian word meaning "art of vital points". It is a branch of ancient siddha treatment to repair blood-blockades in body. Varma is the secret art of divine healing and chanting mantras.This treatment called Varma Sasthra is not so commonly used today taught just through Gurukulam.

Varmakkalai is based on the human body’s have 108 pressure points known as varmam or marma points. If any interruption happens in any of these 108 Varma points, the flow of body’s vital energy called as Prana is blocked or limited causing different health diseases. To redress this disruption, varmakkalai healing offers various varma techniques. By using the science of varma, you can once rejuvenate the flow of Prana energy thus consequently eradicating the disease.

We can easily treat patients by reading the pulse of the victim. Our experienced nokku varmam Professionals could assess needed cure instantly on the very appearance of the patient. Varma Kalai is low-cost solution for major diseases in humanity. Varma Kalai, a speciality of Homeopathy medicine, offers much as a first line of treatment for many health problems, saving hard-earned money, utilizing fewer internal medicines, requiring little, if any, hospitalization time and above all else, resulting in zero side effects

Yoga

Through yoga, meditation, adventure, sports & exploration we delve deep into our truest nature, what sets our soul on fire, what ignites our passions & what brings us into our truest most shining self. Our retreats invite you onto a journey that will inspire and uplift you, connect you with the beautiful world around you, feel rejuvenated and calm all while having a whole lof of fun.

Traditional Treatment

The prevalence and comorbidity of psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety and insomnia are very common. These well-known forms of psychiatric disorders have been affecting many people from all around the world. Herb alone, as well as herbal formula, is commonly prescribed for the therapies of mental illnesses. Since various adverse events of western medication exist, the number of people who use herbs to benefit their health is increasing. Over the past decades, the exploration in the area of herbal psychopharmacology has received much attention. Literatures showed a variety of herbal

mechanisms of action used for the therapy of depression, anxiety and insomnia, involving re-uptake of monoamines, affecting neuroreceptor binding and channel transporter activity, modulating neuronal communication or hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal axis (HPA) etc. Nonetheless, a systematic review on herbal pharmacology in depression, anxiety and insomnia is still lacking. This review has been performed to further identify modes of action of different herbal medicine, and thus provides useful information for the application of herbal medicine.

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Reflectology

Foot Reflexology is a natural and drugless way of stimulating the internal organs, thereby increasing the circulation and restoring bodily functions to normal.

mechanisms of action used for the therapy of depression, anxiety and insomnia, involving re-uptake of monoamines, affecting neuroreceptor binding and channel transporter activity, modulating neuronal communication or hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal axis (HPA) etc. Nonetheless, a systematic review on herbal pharmacology in depression, anxiety and insomnia is still lacking. This review has been performed to further identify modes of action of different herbal medicine, and thus provides useful information for the application of herbal medicine.

Magneto Therapy

Acupuncture and acupressure are two widely known alternate therapies and practiced around the world since ages with varying degree of spread, popularity and acceptance. The aim is to stimulate the acu points through application of needle or finger/thumb/object pressure in order to achieve their tonification (increase of energy) or sedation (decrease of energy) with a view to balancing the energy flow at these points.
It has been found that the same effect can be achieved by the application of micro magnets on the acu points. This non invasive modernized version of the original acupressure therapy is known as Magneto Acupressure Therapy and it aims at restoring and promoting good health of mankind with no side effects.

A magnet has dual polarity and the two ends of a magnet are referred to as the North and the South poles. When a micro magnet is fixed on the surface of a body part (mostly hands and feet) in such a manner that the North Pole touches the skin, tonification occurs, that is, the energy level at that point increases and if the South pole of a micro magnet touches the skin, sedation occurs, that is, the energy level at that point decreases.
The micro magnets are fixed to the body surface with the help of surgical adhesive tapes for duration of few hours daily as advised by the therapist. The magnetic energy level of the micro magnets is powerful enough to stimulate the acu points thus leading to healing and curing of human body.

Category - Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies are Flower Essences derived from the flowers and some other parts of wild plants and trees of English countryside. Introduced between 1931 and 1935 by Dr. Edward Bach of England, the remedies or essences are 38 in number and have proved themselves over the years all over the world. They are called Bach Flower Remedies in England and Bach Flower Essences in USA.

Bach Flower Remedies are said to be specially useful in the treatment of psychological and psychosomatic disorders, various mental states and physical problems arising from them.

Herbal

The prevalence and comorbidity of psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety and insomnia are very common. These well-known forms of psychiatric disorders have been affecting many people from all around the world. Herb alone, as well as herbal formula, is commonly prescribed for the therapies of mental illnesses. Since various adverse events of western medication exist, the number of people who use herbs to benefit their health is increasing.
Over the past decades, the exploration in the area of herbal psychopharmacology has received much attention. Literatures showed a variety of herbal mechanisms of action used for the therapy of depression, anxiety and insomnia, involving re-uptake of monoamines, affecting neuroreceptor binding and channel transporter activity, modulating neuronal communication or hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal axis (HPA) etc. Nonetheless, a systematic review on herbal pharmacology in depression, anxiety and insomnia is still lacking. This review has been performed to further identify modes of action of different herbal medicine, and thus provides useful information for the application of herbal medicine.