For most of the world, Ayurveda is synonymous with Yoga – the popular Indian way of exercising the body and mental balance. But the fact is ‘Yoga’ is a part of vast science of health that is Ayurveda.
Ayurveda is ingrained in most Indian homes; we grow up with this system, mostly unaware of its roots. Most of us in our 40s and above have witnessed quick home remedies for common conditions like indigestion, cough, headaches, fevers, acidity, etc. Our treating physician would not prescribe antibiotics every now and then.
But as the pharmaceutical industry began their marketing tactics, the scenario of wellness and medical treatment have changed. Our family physicians started the indiscriminate use of the latest antibiotics (even in viral conditions) and the use of artificially coloured and flavoured vitamins; and every time the length of ‘prescription’ elongated as did the time of recovery.
In the past twenty odd years, thanks to the worldwide web, a lot of awareness about health issues has been generated. Good parents and intelligent people have seen the rise of drug resistant strains of microbes and each time a different antibiotic is prescribed. This triggered a thought process: if microbes are evolving to fight with chemical drugs, why can’t our immune system evolve to fight to save us.
And suddenly there were articles and discussions on the internet that supported natural ways to regain and remain healthy. Thus, the 5000-year old science of health, practiced till date in India with pure natural herbal & mineral medicines, caught the world’s eye. Ayurveda was always rooted in India and in its subcontinents, so it was not difficult for patients around the world to come India in search of Yoga & Ayurveda. Patients would dearly enjoy the natural beauty of this country and also make themselves available to stay at a location as long as advised by the physician to detoxify, rejuvenate and correct their lifestyle.
Many testimonials have circulated on social media and have put firm faith in Ayurveda and other alternative treatments leading to the growth of Ayurveda Tourism concept.
With successful treatments for heart diseases, joint problems, obesity, diabetes, trigeminal neuralgia, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, allergies, migraines, pancreatic & liver conditions, chronic gastrointestinal conditions, insomnia and many more, Ayurveda Tourism today is a boon to many patients around the world without undergoing knife or burning a hole in their pockets.
Living in a healthy essence is bliss and to create a healthy essence for someone is AyurMir Wellness and Medical Tourism. We always believe, a human being and their embodiment are meant to live an extraordinary life. A gift of Creator, whose purpose is to spread happiness and goodness in and around them