Welcome to Wara KarmaYoga AYUSH
We provide services and technology to improve the standards of Indian Systems of Medicines and Homoeopathy in the country, to strengthen research, to draw up schemes for promotion, cultivation and regeneration of medicinal plants used in these systems, to improve the Pharmacopoeial standards for Indian Systems of Medicine and Homoeopathy drugs.
Accommodation & Wellness Diet
We provide well maintained, fully furnished, properly ventilated and compact rooms with basic amenities and attached bathrooms. This segment offers affordable accommodation, ideal for those looking for treatments and accommodation at economical rate. Only fresh vegetables and natural ingredients are used to make the food. Thus the food prepared is rich in nutrition and helps promote vitality and immunity.
A naturopath’s consultation begins with a patient’s interview focusing on lifestyle, medical history, body language and emotional state as well as a physical examination. Doctors here will not prescribe drugs, but if one is using already, considering the health condition of the patient, doctors may help taper down the doses gradually and will integrate other conventional medical approaches such as acupuncture, physiotherapy, diet and lifestyle counselling with naturopathic treatments. Counselling includes making patients aware of the cause of illness.
The Theraphy Sessions incorporate the whole person, not just the physical body - it promotes the balance between body, mind, emotions and spirit. Through awakening individuals' awareness and inherent self-healing powers, physical diseases and mental stress are managed and relieved. There is an emphasis on awareness and aspirants are encouraged to learn about all aspects of their personality through Theraphy Sessions.
We are trying to establish ourselves as a single-point destination for all preventive healthcare and wellness related services! Here is the list of main services we offer. We also take responsibilities for your special need.
Life in Ayurveda is conceived as the union of body, senses, mind and soul. The living man is a conglomeration of three humors (Vata, Pitta &Kapha), seven basic tissues (Rasa, Rakta, Mansa, Meda, Asthi, Majja & Shukra) and the waste products of the body i.e. mala, mutra and sweda. Thus the total body matrix comprises of the humors, the tissues and the waste products of the body. The growth and decay of this body matrix and its constituents revolve around food which gets processed into humors, tissues and wastes. Ingestion, digestion, absorption, assimilation and metabolism of food have an interplay in health and disease which are significantly affected by psychological mechanisms as well as by bio- fire (Agni).
Yoga is one of the six systems of Vedic philosophy. Maharishi Patanjali advocated the eight folds path of Yoga, popularly known as "Ashtanga Yoga" for all-round development of human beings. They are:- Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. These components advocate certain restraints and observances, physical discipline, breath regulations, restraining the sense organs, contemplation, meditation and samadhi. These steps are believed to have a potential for improvement of physical health by enhancing circulation of oxygenated blood in the body, retraining the sense organs thereby inducing tranquility and serenity of mind. The practice of Yoga prevents psychosomatic disorders and improves an individual’s resistance and ability to endure stressful situations.
The system presumes that human body is a harmonious whole of 5 great elements that create nature, and diseases occurs when this internal harmony is lost due to toxins accumulated in the body as a consequence of individual’s faulty lifestyle. The only way to heal the disease is to bring back the elemental balance in the body by following disease- specific protocol, which will fortify and activate the body’s innate power to heal. The system works as the prevention and cure for chronic diseases through body detoxification and lifestyle modification with a holistic approach
Homoeopathy simply means treating diseases with remedies, prescribed in minute doses, which are capable of producing symptoms similar to the disease when taken by healthy people. It is based on the natural law of healing- "Similia Similibus Curantur” which means "likes are cured by likes”. It was given a scientific basis by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann ( 1755-1843) in the early 19th century. It has been serving suffering humanity for over two centuries and has withstood the upheavals of time and has emerged as a time tested therapy, for the scientific principles propounded by Hahnemann are natural and well proven and continue to be followed with success even today.
It is a Chinese system of medicine, which involves insertion of fine needles at specific points (acupoints). Needling the acupuncture points influence the meridians, unblock the obstructions and re-establish the energy flow through the meridians, thereby balancing the internal energy, healing the body.
Another time-tested drugless technique widely used as manual therapy, exercise therapy and electrotherapy to promote movement impaired by medical reasons or by degeneration. It aims to help patients maintain, recover or improve their physical abilities.
Regulation of Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani and Homeopathic (ASU&H) medicines in India is governed under the provisions of Drugs & Cosmetics Act, 1940 and the Rules thereunder. It is based on the national policies on Health-1983 & 2002, National AYUSH Policy- 2002 and strategies for standardization, quality control, research & development and consumers’ safety. Growth & development of traditional Indian and homeopathic medicines in the interest of public health is expected within the objective of making accessible safe, effective and quality medicines to the people.
Medicinal Plants form the major resource base of our indigenous health care traditions. The outreach and acceptability of AYUSH systems, both nationally as well as globally, are dependent on uninterrupted availability of quality medicinal plants based raw material. More than 90% of the species used in trade continue to be sourced from the wild of which about 2/3rd are harvested by destructive means. The Cultivation of medicinal plants, therefore, is the key to meeting the raw material needs of the AYUSH industry.