Rasayan is a Sanskrit word. It is a combination of two words rasa which means essence and ayana means path. It is a term which was used in Ancient times. It literally means the science of lengthening one’s lifespan. It also refers to Indian alchemy. Rasayana helps in immunity development/anti ageing.
The Rasayan therapy is effective and it helps in preventing and curing diseases. The benefits do not stop there! It helps to enhance beauty, longevity and youthfulness. Any herb, diet, food or activity that helps in restoring vitality and enhances youthfulness is considered Rasayana. If you wish to get health benefits like immunity development/anti ageing, you should go for the Rasayana therapy.
Nobody wishes to grow old too soon. Rasayana can help you to stay young and it can also develop immunity. There are activities like yoga, meditation and prayer which are included in Rasayana therapy. A proper diet is prescribed in the Rasayana therapy.
The herbs and ingredients used in Rasayana are amla, haritaki, triphala, shilajit, brahmi, dhatri, amalki, etc.
We offer Panchkarma therapies which are beneficial for your body. Shri Kaya Kalp offers therapies like Vaman (Induced vomiting), Virechan (Induced purgation), Vasti (Medicated enema), Nasyam (Nasal instilltion), Raktamokshan (Leech application) and many other treatments like Abhyangam(Keralian oil massage), Swedanam( Steam bath), Shirodhara, Kativasti, Jaanuvasti, Pichu, Podikizhi(Potli massage), Elakizhi(Patrapotali massage), Pizhichil( Oil bath), Udwarthanam, Netra Tarpan, Mukhalepam and much more.
We treat the immune system by indulging the patients in some physical activities such as jogging, running, swimming, eating right food, etc.
In this process, whatever we give to the patients in the large doses, is being given in smaller doses. The same medicaments are given to the patients when they are hungry. The whole crux is to pacify the doshas instead of expelling them.
Nadi Shodhana, also known as Alternate Nostril Breathing, is a powerful breathing practice with wide reaching benefits. Nadi is a Sanskrit word meaning "channel" or "flow" and shodhana means "purification." Therefore, nadi shodhana is primarily aimed at clearing and purifying the subtle channels of the mind-body organism, while balancing its masculine and feminine aspects. It is pacifying for all three doshas and is a suitable practice for most anyone.