Ayurveda is the most ancient and most effective form of medical treatment! Our Mission is to help & cure people with Ayurvedic Treatment & Therapies for continuous & sustainable healthy living & lifestyle! To prevent people from undergoing, unaffordable treatments & having side effects!The Sharir Santulan offers health services and educational experiences oriented toward helping to restore the bodies’ natural intelligence in a holistic way. Our fully licensed or certified healthcare professionals and teachers utilize the best of both ancient and modern Western approaches to bring balance. For more about Ayurveda and Yoga, see the about Ayurveda page. Services include the following: Ayurvedic consultations and treatments (e.g., abhyanga, swedana, shirodhara, facials); massage therapy (e.g. therapeutic/deep tissue, Swedish/relaxation, hot stone therapy, chair massage); and psychotherapy services. For more information on the services, please see the Special Treatment page.
Sharir Santulan has a holistic approach to treatment. To achieve cure of both mind and body, counseling is a vital part of the treatment process. In most psycho-somatic illnesses, we notice that the underlying stress becomes a depositing factor for physical problem. After in-depth counselling, treatment is designed to alleviate the psychological problem along with the physical symptoms. Ayurved talks about counselling as `Ashwasan Chikitsa’. Ashwasan literally means `building confidence’, which ultimately results in the patient’s emotional readiness to heal.
Sharir Santulan in located in Moti Nagar New Delhi ! Sharir Santulan is well spacious with all Ayurvedic medicines made available on the spot along with & for the treatment! It is equipped with an independent Panchakarma treatment
The modern cancer therapy which is known to burdened by drug-induced toxic side effects hoping perfect cure of disease form the complementary and alternative medicine system. The main goal of Ayurvedic therapy is to find the ultimate cause of an illness while the therapeutic approach of Ayurveda is divided into four categories as Prakritisthapani chikitsa (health maintenance), Rasayana chikitsa, (restoration of normal function), Roganashani chikitsa (disease cure) and Naishthiki chikitsa (spiritual approach). Commonly used herbal decoctions reported in Ayurveda are made of multiple herbs possessing great potential for a cancer cure; scientifically these formulations work on multiple biochemical pathways and influence different organ systems all together and nourish the body as a whole by supporting body‘s deference systems.
Herbs help total healing, reduces the side effects and cancer-associated complications. Andrographis paniculata, Annona atemoya, Phyllanthus niruri, Piper longum, Podophyllum hexandrum, Tinospora cordifolia, Semecarpus anacardium, Vitis vinifera, Baliospermum montanum, Madhuca indica, Pandanus odoratissimum, Pterospermum acerifolium, Raphanus sativus, Barleria prionitis, Prosopis cineraria, Amorphopallus campanulatus, Oxoxylum indicum, Basella rubra, Flacourtia romantchi, Moringa oleifera, Ficus bengalensis, Curcuma domestica, Allium sativum, Calotropis gigantean, Datura metel, Hygrophila spinosa, Juniperus indica, Moringa oleifera, Nigella sativa, Picrorrhiza kurroa, Rubia cordifolia, etc. are various plants having scientific evidence of anticancer property.
Nowadays, many herbs are under clinical studies and being investigated phytochemically to understand their anticancer potential. More than 25% of drugs used during the last 20 years are directly derived from plants, while the other 25% are chemically altered natural products. Nine plant-derived compounds including vinblastine, vincristine, etoposide, teniposide, taxol, navelbine, taxotere, topotecan and irinotecan have been approved for use as anticancer drugs. 10-hydroxycamptothecin, monocrotaline, d-tetrandrine, lycobetaine, indirubin, colchicinamide, curcumol, curdione, gossypol and homoharringtonine are few more plant-derived compounds of high hope.
Each herb contains multiple active principles that often operate synergistically producing therapeutic benefits and lowering the risks of adverse effects; and avoids the need for supplemental therapy to manage cancer cachexia. Now it is important to raise awareness and encourage implementation of Ayurvedic therapies for combating cancer and suggest an integrated approach in tumor management and treatment.