What does one need to do to be an Ayurveda doctor?
Your doctor has at least a bachelor's degree in Ayurveda from an Indian University. However, our doctors have plenty of experience on top of that, with our senior physician is in clinic for more than 25 years - internationally, 18 years in Australia.
Whats a bachelor's degree?
Bachelor's degree is equal to any international medical degree. 5.5 years of training in ayurvedic and modern medical subject. In simple words, they were studying for over 10,000 hours to take care of you.
What does an Ayurveda doctor do?
An Ayurveda doctor can assess your health and ill health, suggest a personalised health building program, after a professional consultation. This might include up gradation in lifestyle and introduction of herbs and supplements and suggestions for therapeutic cleanses and rejuvenation.
How many herbs does Ayurveda use?
Over 21,000 herbs are used in India. 7,000 of them are found in 3 ancient books alone such as Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and Vagbhata Samhita.
How many recipes are traditionally used in India?
Over 500,000 recipes are considered as 'authentic' or 'traditional' by Indian government. These are used over 3-60,000 years. They have innumerable local variations. Each recipe is designed to be tailored or used as is for a client.