Dr. Anand Kulkarni Read More
He is the pioneer of this Amruta Ayurved Panchkarma Center. He completed his degree from renowed institution“ G.S.Gune Ayurved College, A.Nagar, India’s first established Govt. College and post graguation(M.D.Med) from Sion Ayurved College, Mumbai. Since then he is been practicing pure ayurveda therapy at a self owened clinic.
After being practically trained under the guidance of renowned Ayurvedic physicians, he started working as an Ayurvedic and Panchakarma Consultant. He has an experience of over ten years in the field of Panchakarma, diet-lifestyle consultations and herbs. He has an active role in panchkarma treatment . Along with medical background he conducts yoga lectures, social activites regarding awareness about general health and ayurveda. The main aim is to lighten the authentic science of ayurveda.
Panchakarma is the most essential part of Ayurveda treatments. It is preventive, preservative, promotive, curative and rehabilitative therapy.
Panchkarma is a Shodhana (Detoxification) Treatment. It include mainly five procedures which help to remove the waste material from the body.
It is a unique, natural, holistic, health-giving series of therapeutic treatments that cleanse the body’s toxins, open the subtle channels,
bring life-enhancing energy thereby increasing vitality, inner peace, confidence and well-being. Read More
The word Ayurveda is made up of two Sanskrit words ayur and veda meaning ‘life’ and ‘knowledge’ respectively. Taken together they mean the ‘science of life'; in a more limited sense, the term is used to imply the science of medicine. Read More
Traditional systems of medicine like Ayurveda have become popular in recent years. This is part of the renewed ethnic cultures the world over, in their lifestyles and religious beliefs. Medicine may be seen as a living component of an unbroken tradition stretching back to several centuries.
Despite the advances in modern medicine there are many drugs, which often cause toxic side effects. Painkillers and palliative measures offer only temporary relief. This has influenced the need for other kinds of treatment.