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Amala Ayurvedic Hospital and Research Centre

Amala Institute of Medical Sciences, a charitable institution founded by the Carmelite Fathers (CMI), has a modern Super Speciality Hospital with 1000 beds Medical College, Research Centre, Homoeopathic Hospital and an Ayurvedic Hospital with 100 beds in its campus, that are ISO 9001:2008 certified.

This is a unique institution where one can have modern medical facilities with advanced diagnosis and therapeutic techniques and also the holistic medical facilities of Ayurveda and Homoeopathy. Ayurvedic Hospital is currently doing research on Cancer and HIV/AIDS. Here, treatment is also given for all general diseases, including the ones which do not find effective

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Eco-Friendly Hospital

Eco-Friendly HospitalAmala Institute of Medical Sciences and its subsidiary hospitals and complexes are always committed to the Nature. Apart from following all legal mandations in regard to solid waste management, waste water treatment, bio-medical hazard waste processing and disposal non-degradable wastes, Amala has its own internal rules regarding protection of Natural water sources, maximum utilisation of non-conventional energy and the like.

Our hospital complexes and annexes use solar water heating systems to the maximum. All our buildings are constructed with enough open windows to avoid usage of lights at daytimes, thereby reducing the overall carbon footprint. Only energy efficient lights and other electrical fittings are used all over the buildings. Almost the entire terrace of all buildings are equipped with Solar Water Heating systems for use by the patients of the hospital, and for treatment. This enables to save considerable amount of carbon discharge by reducing the electricity consumed.

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Varsha Rithu Charya

Varsha RithucharyaAyurveda recommends to follow specific lifestyle and diet during each season to maintain our health. The rainy season or Varsha Rithu is categorised under the Utharayan Kala. It is noted that the body strength or bala of an individual becomes weak. There is increase in Vaata dosha and accumulation of Pittha dosha in the body. So all our regimen should aim at balancing these two doshas. During rainy season, it is noted that our metabolic rate falls. Many digestive upsets including loss of appetite is felt. As the digestive fire or agni is weak, our food habits should change:

• Consume light and freshly cooked foods only.
• Foods should be sweet, salty and sour in taste.
• Drink only boiled water.
• Avoid non-vegetarian diet as it is heavy for digestion.
• Avoid sleeping during day time.
• Over-eating and over-exertion should is to be avoided.

Apart from personal hygiene, the surroundings should also be maintained clean.



Govt. Certified Ayurveda Paramedical Courses started Ayurveda Nursing, Ayurveda Pharmacy and Ayurveda Therapy courses, certified by the Directorate of Ayurveda Medical Education, Kerala Government, launched at Amala Ayurvedic Hospital.

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Vrikshaasana in Sanskrit and almost all other Indian languages,"Vriksa" means "Tree".In this pose the practitioner holds his body still like a tree.Vrikshaasana is best known for strengthening the hip and knee joints

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Apart from your routine treatment, we provide additional facilities to make your stay unforgettable.

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