What
  • Ayurveda Clinics
  • Ayurveda Education
  • Ayurveda Nutritionist
  • Panchakarma
  • Partner
  • Yoga
Where

Dr. Varun Singh
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Dr. Varun is a registered Ayurvedic Physician practicing in West Bengal, India. He received his BAMS degree in Ayurveda from one of the esteemed universities of India, Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur. He had the opportunity to interact with eminent Ayurveda doctors during his studies. He also perfected his Ayurvedic diagnostic methods such as Pulse diagnosis (Nadi Pareeksha), Panchkarma, Kshar-sutra in this journey. His treatment uses Yoga, meditation, Pranayama and lifestyle recommendations in addition to the Ayurvedic treatments and are therefore attractive to the patients as they attain both physiological and psychological well-being. He is also a certified cannabis medical practitioner.

Specializations

– Diabetes
– Hypertension
– Thyroid
– Men’s health
– Hair & skin
– ENT
– Infertility
– Osteoarthritis
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Cervical Spondylitis

– Panchkarma specialist
– Nadi Vigyan Specialist

Today

Closed

Monday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Tuesday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Wednesday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Thursday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Friday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Saturday

06:00pm - 08:00pm

Sunday

Closed

Pricing

500

(For Video Consultation)

Accepted Insurances

Insurances not accepted

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:

What is Ayurveda?

A:

Ayurveda is comprehensive medical system that is 5000 years old. It considers itself as the Mother of medicine, from which the Chinese as well as classical western medicine have issued. The name comes from Sanskrit (Ayus – life, Veda – knowledge). It is considered as the oldest surviving treatment system in the world.

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What are the differences between Ayurveda and western medicine?

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Ayurveda does not stand against western medicine. In acute cases, the role of classical medicine is irreplaceable. In chronic illnesses, combination with Ayurveda can be beneficial, and in many chronic illnesses Ayurveda achieves excellent results even where classical medicine has failed. Ayurveda is strictly individual (the treatment is determined on the basis of given person’s consti-tution and state of his/her health). It aims at the elimination of causes, not the suppression of symptoms; during the treatment only natural remedies free of any side effects are used. The cause of illness can be found in the inner imbalance as well as in the relation with the surrounding environment whereas western medicine considers, for instance, virus or bacteria as the main cause.

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What is Shirodhara?

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Shirodhara is a method during which warm oil is applied on the patient’s forehead for 15 to 40 minutes from a specialised vessel which is suspended above the head of the reclining patient. The application of oil on that place promotes not only a deep relaxation and thus regeneration of the organism, but also helps to cure approximately 80 illnesses such as headache and migraine, insomnia, memory loss or concentration failure, depressive state and other mental complaints.

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What are three doshas, prakruti and vikruti?

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According to Ayurveda a human being is composed of five elements, three vital energies – principles (dosha), seven tissues (dhatus) and a large amount of canals (shrotas). Of these five elements – air, space, fire, water and earth – two elements always form the basis of each of the three doshas. The word „dosha“ itself and the names of the three doshas, Vata,Pitta,and Kapha, are Sanskrit words.Dosha – the three principles – interpenetrate everything in nature. Vatta is the energy of movement, Pitta expresses the metabolism and Kapha corresponds to the principle of substance and structures. These energies occur in each of us, only in different amounts in each individual. Each of us has a unique structure of energy – therefore each human being is so unique. The combination of those three doshas comprises our constitution.

Q:

What is the importance of food in Ayurveda?

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According to Ayurveda up to 70 % of illnesses can be influenced by correct diet. A maximally satisfying diet that leads the organism to balance can be designed in compliance with the constitution. Ayurveda does not forcibly forbid any food, nor does it incline to any artificial unnatural diet, but rather in each group (fruit, vegetables, meat, cereals and dairy products) there are certain foodstuffs that are more appropriate and others less so. Properly chosen food, through its own quality, has a curative influence on particular organs.

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