After Panchakarma take extra care to rest and avoid physical or mental stress. The ancient texts advise us to avoid extreme weather, too much talking, walking long distances, heavy food or any activity that is not pleasing to the senses. The body needs time to regenerate.
Situated around 1 hour from Cochin in Kerala, South India.
Nearest Railway: Kottayam
Nearest Airport: Cochin
ABOUT THE CLINIC:
An entire hospital specialised in Ayurvedic eye treatment, one of the beautiful gifts of Ayurveda to this world for treating netrarogam. This hospital has many years of experience with many chronic eye diseases and receives patients from all corners of the globe.
Panchakarma is offered along with specialised treatments for eye diseases. Usually these consist of courses of nasyam (application of medicated substances in the nostrils), tarpanam (application of medicated substances to the eyes). Purgation and other Panchakarma treatments might also be given during the course of the treatment.
FROM THEIR SITE:
"Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital and Research Centre holds the magic wand that wields eternal remedies for people who suffer from the burden of visual impairments. Here many problems, which have no answer in other systems of medicines, related to eye, ear, nose and throat get treated and cured without resorting to surgery. The concept, inception, growth and future of Sreedhareeyam lie intertwined with Nelliakattu Mana - a Namboothiri family and its traditional experience in the treatment of eye and ENT problems which spans over almost 3 centuries.Today it is the last hope of many people who are visionless. Our motto is ‘VISION FOR ALL’."