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Ayurveda Wellness Spa

Soothe your mind, body comfort of a modern spa in exotic like nowhere else in the world and soul with the ancient herbal recipes and remedies.

Ayurveda is fast becoming a household name with all those interested in "alternative medicine". Yet Ayurveda is not an alternative medicine. It is one of the oldest forms of medical science known to man - originating 5000 years ago.

Ayurveda is more than a system of herbal medicine. It is a way to a healthy & long life and can complement modern medicine. Ayurveda has two main aims: It treats the symptoms of a disease and it helps individuals to strengthen their immune system. Ayurveda treats the body, mind and spirit of a person as a whole entity, and works on the basis that the mind and body affect each other, and together can overcome disease.

Ayurveda treatment is designed to gather the toxins in specific parts of the body and then expel these substances from the body.

The casual visitor to Sri Lanka may enjoy the de-stressing and toning massages and herbal baths as part of a holiday pick-me-up. However, serious treatments must be taken over a period of weeks or months and will begin with a thorough medical review by a well-qualified specialist. It is claimed that many conditions can be alleviated or cured by Ayurveda, including arthritis, migraine, exhaustion, high blood pressure, depression, cystitis, asthma, nicotine and heroin addiction. Whilst there is no published evidence, many ayurveda patients extolling the virtues of its effects are post-operative and post- chemotherapy patients.