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Understanding Ayurveda

Ayurveda the science of life dates back to 5000 years .It is the most ancient of six recognized systems of Medicines. In legend it is said to have been taught by the Creator. Ayurveda roughly translates to" Wisdom for Living". In this perspective ayurveda is concerned with measures to protect "ayus ", healthy living along with theraupetic measures. It is mainly a humeral system of medicine. Life according to ayurveda is a combination of sense, mind, body and soul .So it is not only limited to body or physical symptoms but also gives a comprehensive knowledge about spiritual and social health.

Ayurveda is a complete system of restoring and maintaining a harmonious mind, body and spirit connection. Its function is to balance all physical, emotional and mental systems leading to self-healing and self realization. Ayurveda teaches that our human physical systems are directly connected with our emotional and mental systems. As we learn to understand the complete interaction of these systems we are able to heal ourselves. As each of us heals ourselves, we create a paradigm of healing that begins to affect our surrounding environment. As we heal and undergo positive transformations internally, we manifest this same positive abundance in our external environment.

What it does?

Ayurveda says that each of us has a physical "channel" within the physical body that can open to the experience of being aware of our own divine nature. Ayurveda outlines the perfect wisdom and knowledge to achieve this balance of wholeness. Once balance and wholeness is achieved, we begin to learn how to live happily in a world that appears to foster and fight disease, seek gross stimulation and reward superficial activity.

On a physical plane, Ayurveda is designed to promote natural health and prevention of maladies. If a person becomes sick or is challenged with a disease, Ayurveda looks for imbalance to the natural health of the individual. Ayurveda is a natural health lifestyle, not a system of symptom suppression. Accordingly, it can be use in conjunction, as well as be integrated with other healing modalities and with all types of conventional medicine and surgery.


Ayurveda operates to prevent illness by understanding the function of the body, the relationship of body/mind and the particular nature of the individual being treated. Each individual has a specific constitution and the science of life offers a systemic approach to well-being customized specifically to the body type of the individual.

In ayurveda all matters are thought to be composed of five basic elements (panchamahabhutas) which exibhits the properties of Earth (Prithvi), Water (Jala), Fire (Tejas), Wind (Vayu) and Space (Akasha). Ayurveda suggests certain specific life styles and nutritional guidelines to assist the individual in reducing or increasing the "Doshas"to these basic elements. If toxins are abundant, there is a cleaning process known as "Panchakarma" is recommended to eliminate these toxins.

What is Ayurveda good for?

The goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to prevent diseases. Studies have suggested that Ayurveda may be effective at reducing the risk of heart disease. For example, one study found that Ayurveda helped reduce plaque and reverse the thickening of artery walls known as atherosclerosis in both healthy adults as well as adults at high risk for heart disease. Atherosclerosis is a slow, complex disease in which cholesterol, fats, and other substances build up in the inner lining of an artery. This build-up, known as plaque, can lead to heart attack and stroke.

Combining yoga with an Ayurvedic herbal remedy containing winter cherry (Withania somnifera), boswellia (Boswellia serrata), and turmeric (Curcuma longa) may reduce pain and disability in people with arthritis.

A number of Ayurvedic herbal remedies have been examined, though sometimes good quality studies are lacking. For example, guggul (Commiphora mukul), a traditional Ayurvedic medication used to treat high cholesterol, is widely used in India. It appears to block production of cholesterol in the liver, lowering cholesterol levels. Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum) seeds can lower LDL “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides (fats in the blood), and raise HDL “good” cholesterol levels. Its effects seem to come from its ability to lower the absorption of cholesterol in the intestine, and may be related to the high fiber content of the seed. The high fiber content of fenugreek seeds may also help control blood sugar if you have diabetes.

Other Ayurvedic herbs are being studied as treatments for Alzheimer's disease, anxiety, asthma, dementia, dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), herpes, high blood pressure, Parkinson's disease, perimenopausal problems, and premenstrual syndrome, among many other conditions. Ayurvedic herbs combined with conventional medications may also be helpful for acne, chronic constipation, chronic fatigue syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, obesity, and uterine fibroids.

Are there any risks?

If quality treatment is provided and if quality supplements are chosen for your treatment the risks can be ruled out to a large extend. Comfort Holidays is ready to take up this part of your worry by helping you find an ayurveda centre where quality treatment and quality products are only used.

Ayurvedic Spa

Comfort introduces you the age old secrets of beauty care which were once followed by the ancient royal families of India. Beauty care recipes involving various herbs, herbal extracts, fresh fruits and natural products, used by Indian princesses, are no longer a secret and are available for you to benefit from, at our Beauty Clinic.

Every beauty programme included in the package is designed by respective ayurveda resort on the Vata, Pita and Kapha principles to bring out your external beauty and to give a feeling of general wellbeing. Comfort sends their clients only to those clinics where these treatments use only natural ingredients and are formulated with a thorough understanding of the therapeutic effects of Indian herbs

Traditional Ayurvedic Hand & Feet Care Program (Manicure & Pedicure) 
On doing everyday jobs, the skin on the hands and the feet become rough and gradually loses its softness with age. Therefore, taking care of the skin is a must in order to feel and remain young.

Ayurvedic Hair Care and Beautification Methods 
For thick, strong glossy hair the roots must be firm and the scalp, healthy. Moisturizing and massaging the scalp with herbal oils or juices, nourishes and strengthens the hair roots and promotes hair growth.

Skin Toning and Skin Care Programmes 
The cleansing, toning, scrubs and face massages make use of a delicate combination of exotic Indian Ayurvedic herbs and the natural goodness of fresh fruits and vegetables. It gently cleans, exfoliates and nourishes your skin and makes it supple.

Face Care 
The processes of cleansing, toning/rejuvenating, hydrating, application of nitrifying mask or facial pack - all utilizes natural ingredients in every step. The carefully planned out face care programme will leave your skin with a natural glow.

Honey Neem facial 
It is a special Ayurveda preparation which is anti-scarring and has a soothing effect. It also improves skin texture and enhances circulation and healing.

Turmeric Sandal facial 
It is a combination of Ayurveda medicinal remedies which has anti-scarring, healing and soothing properties.

Flower facial 
It is a unique moisturising treatment in Ayurveda which makes use of the essence of flowers. Found to be an effective remedy for minimizing the ageing factors, this treatment protects the skin from moisture loss and provides maximum nourishment.

Thanka Bhasmam facial 
In this procedure gold is made use of, which is found to have a stimulating effect on the skin due to its metallic action. Gold also exfoliates the skin of spots, blemishes and dead cells and at the same time, smoothes out wrinkles.

Nectar (Fruit facials) 
Fruit facials induce natural exfoliation which nourish the skin with essential vitamins and provide antioxidant protection. It also helps to remove dead and flaking skin.

Anti Ageing Facial
This is a formula exclusively formulated by Clinics which visibly reduces the various signs of ageing and gives the skin a special radiance and glow. It also helps to relax and rejuvenate.

Anti Wrinkle Treatment 
This treatment makes use of a special Ayurveda formula which helps in removing dead cells and smoothing out the wrinkles. A fresh and relaxed feeling also accompanies the treatment.

Eyebrow Shaping by Threading 
Threading, which involves the shaping of eyebrows and removing facial hair using a thread, is made available here. After the procedure, a balm is applied followed by a cool tower compress.

Waxing For Women 
This is the traditional waxing process with a touch of balm for healing, nourishing and pampering the skin.

Ayurveda recommends the use of Mehndi (Henna) for some ailments, such as dry skin and to hasten the healing of cuts and scratches. It also acts as a hair conditioner and is said to stop hair loss by strengthening the roots of the hair.

Ayurveda Packages

The ancient science of Ayurveda has given us treatments and solutions for numerous common ailments and diseases as well as for mental stress and tension. These treatments do not have any side effects and the medicines used are carefully prepared using natural ingredients only. Therefore, it makes sense to undergo an Ayurveda experience, which is highly therapeutic as well as refreshing and rejuvenating. 

Comfort Holidays is in association with ayurveda centers and resorts that offers a number of Ayurveda Panchakarma and Rasayana Packages for its customers. All the treatments are prescribed by expert Ayurvedic doctors at the resort and carried out under proper supervision. 

A splendid combination of different Ayurveda techniques to cure body ailments and diseases. This concept of holistic health supports the idea that if a single angam(body organ) is damaged, the effect ripples on to the whole body and not just that part.
This treatment gives a detailed remedy for the entire body that ensures a holistic health care and mental well being

Whole body Rejuvenation

Follow the path advised by ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to a rebirth into healthy and pure life. Different combinations of rejuvenation modules relieves you from the stress and strain of mind and body through Abhyangam, Shashtika Pinda Swedam, Sneha Dhara and lot of other techniques strictly following the guidelines of ayurveda texts.

Weight reduction

Looking good and healthy is more of every human’s right than a wish. Different types of therapeutic and focus messages with exquisite oils made from rare herbs in the decades old R&D centers, helps you lose all extra fat and brings out the charming “you”
Along with removing excessive fat, it makes skin healthy and glowing, improves blood circulation and lot more.

Pain relief therapy for Muscles, Joints 

Through the understanding of intricacies of human body from a five thousand year old knowledge and practice, Ayurveda has unique programs to relieve you of those old age pains through the unique treatment methodology.


Your attempt to being healthy in today’s world is a dream seldom achieved with the pollution in the food we eat,the water we drink and food we consume. Ayurveda has designed treatment methods that help you to achieve freedom from all toxic and negative elements accumulated in our body through administration of internal medicines, Herbal bath and Panchakarma- the five fold cleaning technique.

Stroke and Accident rehabilitation program

An ideal treatment module for those ailing from accidents and stroke (paralysis).
This program caters to the entire needs of an ailing body. It involves different types of massages, Dhara,Pizhichil,Shashtika Pinda Swedam and other rejuvenation therapies which improve the blood circulation and tone up the weak muscles. With the help of physical therapy and occupational therapy they can be brought back to normal life and in extreme cases the quality of life can be improved.

This massage is to facilitate proper blood circulation of the body and relaxation of mind. Trained masseurs gently massage lukewarm herbal oil on the head and body according to the ancient guidelines.

One of the most relaxing and refreshing massages that you can enjoy, Elakkizhi uses fresh herbs cooked in Ayurvedic oils and packed into bags, which then is applied over the body by experts. It helps lubricating the joints and relieving joint pain. It cleanses the channels of circulation and expels toxins through perspiration.

The whole body or specific part is made to perspire by external application of certain medicinal puddings prepared from special rice called navara rice cooked in herbal decoctions and milk and packed in muslin bags. This massage cleans up the pores on skin making it soft, enhances complexion, strengthens body muscles, cures the stiffness of the joints and improves blood circulation and digestive power. It is also prescribed for all kinds of diseases of nervous system and for rheumatism.

This is a process developed in Kerala in which a steady stream of medicated oil or medicated buttermilk is poured on the forehead in a peculiar pattern. It is mainly done for mental relaxation and is very effective for sleep disturbance, insomnia, mental problems and skin diseases.

This massage with special herbal powder is especially done for depleting the fat and strengthening the muscles and is very effective for obesity.

Medicated herbal oils or powders are poured into the nostrils. Prescribed for disorders of nasal cavity, ear, sinuses, headaches, facial distortion from paralysis, spondilosis etc., it is usually a part of long term treatments.

Chavitti thirummu

This is a form of Kalari (Martial arts of Kerala) massage in which the masseur hangs on a rope and gives the massage with his feet. The masseur will correct the body alignments as an osteopath or chiropractor does.

A special cap is fitted on the head and warm oil is allowed to stay on the head for approximately 30 minutes. This is done for visual problems, memory ailments, sleep disturbances, headaches etc.


Yoga is perhaps the world’s first system to recognize the connection and interaction between body and mind. References to Yoga can be seen in many ancient texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharatha, the Vedas etc. The most distinguished and noted propagator of Yoga was the great sage Patanjali, the author of the treatise “Yoga Sutras.” He was perhaps the first to record the principles of Yoga handed over from generations to generations orally.
The main purpose of Yoga is to isolate the mind from all thoughts, worries and anxiety and increase the strength and flexibility of the body. The regular practice of Yoga can help to keep stress and tension at bay and alleviate the mind to a state of well-being and peace. 

Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences. While Ayurveda deals chiefly with the health of the body and mind, Yoga deals with spiritual health. Yogic exercises with its preventive and curative values, help bring natural order and balance to neuro-hormones and to the body’s metabolism, improving endocrine metabolism. These practices naturally treat stress and stress-related disorders.

Meditation is the attainment of a high level of concentration and reaching out to the inner depths of mind. The path to meditation consists of three stages- Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (enlightenment). By concentrating on any particular object for a long time, attention is fixed and Dhyana or meditation is achieved. Prolonged meditation leads to Samadhi or enlightenment.