Overview

Treatments at Ramdham Ayurveda are simple and complete by all means . Ramdham Ayurveda believes in curing the diseases ,preventing it and helping every one by guiding them to a healthy life by following  the right ways in diet, exercise, sleep, action and thoughts.

Seasonal treatment is very essential for the changes occurring in each season. It helps us to enjoy the season as well as to keep our body and mind healthy and to avoid many seasonal disorders. In ayurveda, it is mentioned under rituchariya. Our summer care programmes includes Vasantha and Greeshma ritucharya's; which extend from Chaitra to Ashada months of Hindu Calender. Both Vasantha and Greeshma are Adana Kala or Uttarayana  in which both the sun and wind become very strong and powerful. This Uttarayana dries up and take away all the cooling qualities of the earth; hence this Adana Kala is Agneya in nature. In Vasantha Kapha will increase and causes kapha related diseases, diminishes the agni which decreases the digestive activity of the alimentary tract. Purificatory treatment like

Vamana, Virechana, Nasya etc. are mentioned in ayurveda during this season. In Greeshma, the sun rays become more powerful, day after day and appears to be destructive, kapha decreases gradually and vata increases consequently, hence in this season physical exercise and exposure to sunlight should be avoided. Foods which are sweet, light (easy to digest), fatty, cold and liquid should be taken. Rice along with mamsa rasa should be eaten with syrup prepared from draksha, madhuka, gharjura etc can be taken. Juices and water kept at mud pots are good for drinking.

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