Ayurveda in Kerala

Kerala, located in the southernmost part of India, is well-known for its Ayurvedic resorts which attracts increasing numbers of tourists all through the year. Kerala, the land of spices, positioned in the tropical region, with an abundance of medicinal plants and herbs in its forests, has an equable climate. Due to this unique ecological position and the climate, the herbs used for treatments in Kerala, is considered to have a special potency, though they are also commonly found in Himalayas and other states in India. Such aspects have made it possible for practitioners to perfect the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines.

The monsoon season from June through November, is considered best for undergoing Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala, as the atmosphere is less prone to pollution, and when the pores of the body are open to receiving therapies and herbal oil massages. In fact, the KTDC (Kerala Tourism Development Corporation) has introduced a special Monsoon Rejuvenation Package for tourists that combine sight-seeing tours with Ayurvedic treatment and massages.

Kerala’s Ayurvedic Resorts are well-known across the globe, and the treatments offered in these resorts are quite popular. There are effective treatments for Paralysis, Obesity, Arthritis, Migraine, Sinusitis, Skin ailments and Pre-mature ageing. The Resorts detoxify and rejuvenate the entire body system and enable general fitness through Ayurvedic oil massages and herbal extracts and decoctions.  The massages, in particular, help in enhancing blood circulation, building body immunity, decreasing excess fat in the body and to get rid of toxins.  Tourists can choose out of the many renowned Ayurveda Resorts in Kerala such as the beach Ayurveda resorts, backwater Ayurveda Resort, five star luxury Ayurveda Resorts etc.

Ayurveda is now an indispensable branch of medicine, and is considered as a wholly naturalistic system that eliminates all toxic imbalances and helps in maintaining good health and body immunity. As people have begun to acknowledge this fact, the number of tourists visiting India, in particular Kerala, is continuously on the rise.