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ABOUT

Get to Know about
Bhadra Teja Ayurveda
and Our Philosophy

Ayurveda.

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine.the term ayurveda is composed of two words ayu and veda wich is called as knowledge of lonfevity.

Ayurveda is considered as eternal.

Lord brahma recalled Ayurveda. he taught it to emperor daskha. he in turn parted this science to the twin asvini kumaras ,they imparted the same lord indra,he then to munis like atreyas and they, to their disciples like agnivesa who composed their own separate treaties on the subject.

Eight Branches (Ashtangas) of Ayurveda

KAYACHIKITSA

GENERAL MEDICINE

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BALACHIKITSA

PEADIATRICS

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GRAHACHIKITHA

PSYCHIATRY

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URDHVABGACHIKITHA

OPHTHALOMOLOGY

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SALYATANTRA
CHIKITHA

SURGERY

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VISACHIKITHA

CLINICAL TOXICOCLOGY

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JARACHIKITHA

REJUVENATIVE THERAPY

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VRSACHIKITHA

REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE

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Why

Bhadra Teja Ayurveda

Bhadra Teja Ayurveda, a division of Arya Vaidya Pharmacy based in Coimbatore, is dedicated to providing quality treatment rooted in the true knowledge of Ayurveda. Our core values revolve around healing people, and we are committed to practicing traditional Ayurveda while continually advancing through technological innovations. At Bhadra Teja Ayurveda, we prioritize guiding our patients towards enhancing their immunity and preventing all diseases. Our team of physicians specializes in various fields of practice including Panchakarma, Shodana Chikitha, and Shamana Chikitha. Our primary mission is to safeguard against diseases and promote overall wellness in the body.

OUR APPROACH

Your Health Is Our Only Priority

Ayurveda principles are founded upon the concepts of Prakriti, Vikriti, and Agni.

Prakriti, or constitution, represents a non-pathological humoral (dosik) status inherent in individuals from birth to death, delineated since the moment of fertilization. Prakriti manifests in various forms, classified primarily into Vata, Pitta, and Kapha constitutions.

When the body and mind deviate from a state of equilibrium, it signifies Vikriti. This imbalance can lead to various health issues and disturbances.

Agni, referring to the digestive and metabolic processes of the body, plays a crucial role in Ayurveda. It governs the transformation of food into energy and nutrients, essential for maintaining overall health and vitality.

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