Dr. Irina S Chandran

Iam MD(Ayurveda ),Chief physician at Woodgreens Ayurveda wellness Resorts ,Pariyaram,Kerala,India. Being an Ayurveda doctor my goal is to treat patients with chronic and obstinate diseases with ayurveda treatment. Over the past seven years I have completely cured many patients with low back pain due to

Dr. Irina S Chandran

Child Health, Digestive System, Gynae, Hair & Skin, Joint Pain, Most Common Diseases, Respiratory

Iam MD(Ayurveda ),Chief physician at Woodgreens Ayurveda wellness Resorts ,Pariyaram,Kerala,India.

Being an Ayurveda doctor my goal is to treat patients with chronic and obstinate diseases with ayurveda treatment.

Over the past seven years I have completely cured many patients with low back pain due to various reasons, also cured arthritis( knee pain, shoulder joint pain, neck pain and so on.

Apart from that, I was able to cure skin diseases like psoriasis and heal my patients with other skin concerns. Gynecology relate issues, Piles, Irritable Bowel syndrome could be completely healed with the power of Ayurveda.

Ayurveda originates from two Sanskrit words – ‘ayu’ denotes life and ‘veda’ denotes knowledge. Ayurveda means ‘knowledge of life’. It is tested and practiced across centuries.

One’s constitution is the unique combination of three bio energies called Doshas– Vata, Pitta, Kapha.
The effects of weather, food, herbs, habits, etc., on one’s constitution (that is, how they aggravate or ameliorate the three doshas).
Understanding these principles of Ayurveda and living life according to them are the secrets of a long and disease-free life.

The three doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha – are the fundamental forces in our body that determine the harmony and equilibrium in the body. If the balance between these forces is maintained, good health is maintained; if the balance is disturbed, unfavourable conditions are triggered in the body and this invites disease.

Everything that we do in our daily life and everything that surrounds us in the world affect these three doshas in varying degrees. The effects can be in terms of the quantity of the doshas, the quality of the doshas and the ‘place’ of the doshas. When the balance is disturbed the body normally compensates for the changes automatically.
If the Vayu gets aggravated, the desire arises to eat something sweet, and the vayu gets pacified by fulfilling this desire.
Here are some examples :
When toxins build up, the body gets rid of them in the form of urine, stool and perspiration.
Old, faulty and immature cells are continuously replenished by new and mature cells.
The body’s immune system continuously kills and removes invaders like bacteria, viruses, etc.
All body functions like respiration, digestion, maintenance of body temperature, etc, run non-stop, automatically.

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