Dr. C. N. Vimukthi De Zoysa
Golden Awarded Medical Practitioner
Keerthi Sri Helaweda rishi Desha Shakthi Vaidya Abhimani
National Honor (from National Pease Association of Sri Lanka.)
International Research Award (Ayurvedic Medicine.)
(From International Research University of India.)
B.A.M.S.(Hon’s) University of Kelaniya. Sri Lanka.
(B.A.M.S. = Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery)
Specialist for traditional Boils, Ulcers and Cancer treatments.
Registered Ayurvedic Medical Practitioner (R.Ay.M.P) of Sri Lanka Ayurvedic Medical Council (SLAMC)
- SLAMC Reg: No’s: 14063 (General) 9540 (Special)
- M.Ac.F (SL). Member of Acupuncture Foundation. Sri Lanka. Reg: 10200717 (SL)
- Specially trained for First Aid and Emergency management from St. John Ambulance Association of Sri Lanka. Reg: 57851
- Specially trained for Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapy, Ayurvedic Beauty care and Ayurvedic Stress management.
Chronic disease that can be effectively managed by Ayurveda
For medical therapies for chronic and severe conditions, the low season is suitable.
It is less heavily used, which is why it can be treated even more extensively. Furthermore, you benefit from a lot of silence and attractive air fares.
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Migraine Headache
- Chronic Stress, Fatigue
- Chronic Muscle Pains
- Psychological disorders
- Varicose veins
- Chronic lower limb ulcerations
- Sleeping problems
- Alcohol addiction
- Substance abuse
- Gastrointestinal problems
Please contact us for further questions and preliminary clarifications.
The prices are our own costs.
The whole output goes in favor of our Ayurveda Team.
Ayurveda Vital Energies
In Ayurveda three main functioning principles (doshas) are distinguished: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. They appear throughout nature and can also be found in your body and mind. For the normal, healthy functioning of all organs it is necessary that these doshas be well balanced..
History of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is a science of long life that originates in India’s ancient Vedic civilisation and is the oldest of the world’s traditional healthcare systems. In India and Sri Lanka it has already been practised for more than 5000 years.
With the Vedic culture’s decline, many aspects of Ayurveda have almost been lost over the millennia. In the Middle Ages foreign powers brought medical systems of their own to the Indian subcontinent, where Ayurveda was forbidden for nearly 150 years. In Sri Lanka (Ceylon at that time), however, this knowledge was applied without any break further on. This is why even today there are some discrepancies between Ayurveda practised in India and that in Sri Lanka. Whereas in India the unknown would be supplemented with separate procedures, in Sri Lanka the knowledge was pursued and taught on a continuous basis.
Sri Lanka is the country where Ayurvedic medicine originates from and it has been officially recognised as a complete healthcare system.
If the Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas remain in harmonious balance, you are healthy, you feel good, and your body radiates natural beauty. The balance between the doshas is affected by many factors such as times of the day, daily work, daily routine, diet and seasons. Simply put, all the influences you are exposed to.
The doshas can be reconciled with each other by taking measures against disturbing influences. Thus Vata can be balanced by quiet, regularity and warmth. Warm oil massages are especially recommendable here. Pitta, in turn, can be controlled by cooling, soothing and moderation, so hot spices and alcohol should be avoided. To be balanced, Kapha requires warmth, pungent spices, as well as movement and stimulation.
After the treatment the doshas can be kept in a sustainable balance by adopting the following practices: individually tailored diet, well-regulated daily routines, specific food supplements, aromatic and musical therapy, physical and breathing exercises, as well as transcendental meditation, that is, a simple and natural conscience-raising technique to experience deep piece.
Ayurveda in Modern Times
Over the last hundred years the Western school of medicine has achieved excellent results in diagnostics, surgery and medication. No claim is asserted that Ayurveda could compete against modern medicine. However, Ayurveda provides outstanding results that complement modern medicine in the area of prevention and convalescence because, in addition to physical aspects, the healing treatments also include mind and soul. If Ayurveda is applied correctly, all major illnesses should be completely eliminated.
Ayurveda is an art of healing that draws on natural remedies without any side effects and uses empirical data from more than 5000 years!