Successful healing of all diseases, even the chronic ones.

During the last decades the traditional Eastern medicine called Ayurveda enters in a more and more tangible way in the Western world. Despite the religious and cultural differences, which are a significant barrier between the two civilizations, people from the West learn about Ayurveda and are looking for it more and more.


This is because Ayurveda, with its methods and drugs, heals all diseases. It can completely eliminate even those diseases that are perceived as “chronic” in Western medicine. And there are no side effects, because natural procedures and therapies with natural products derived from the plant world are being applied. At minimal doses, typically to enhance the impact of other ingredients, specially purified metals and minerals are used. In some cases, products of animal origin – such as bones – are added, but this is relatively rare.

The first medical center in Bulgaria for the implementation of classical Ayurveda by licensed Ayurvedic doctors and therapists has gained great popularity for a number of years and has grown. This is Ayurveda clinic Bansko.. Its successful activity, which started in the world-famous Bansko resort in the Pirin Mountain, found a natural continuation in the creation of another, second clinic in Bulgaria, which opened doors in the capital Sofia. In addition to meeting the increased interest and increasing the capacity of activities, this is also a convenience for foreign patients who usually arrive by plane at Sofia airport. In addition to Ayurveda clinic Sofia, they can now turn to Ayurveda Clinic Sofia, which is the first of its kind in the Bulgarian capital – only Indian specialists, licensed doctors and therapists work here. The two clinics are working with products manufactured in India based on authentic Ayurveda recipes, applied over 5 millennia. In addition to curing diseases, patients also receive individual lifestyle advice – for work and rest, eating, practicing spiritual activities to maintain a good health in the future.

Nutrition and diseases

For Ayurveda, diseases are mainly caused by toxins that have been accumulated over time in the body. They can be deposited in the body, say, from chemically contaminated water or poor air in industrial areas. But they are mainly derived from food residues that the digestive system has not degraded in time. “Left to wait,” these residues begin to rot, and poisons are released.


This can be caused by frequent overeating, where digestion fails to cope with over-delivering of food. Or from an improper combination of types of food – without taking into account the way and the time to break down each one. It also occurs when eating at an inappropriate time – for example, late in the evening or at night, when the body’s activity, or digestion, is reduced. In short – for Ayurveda, the foundation of diseases is the wrong diet. The obtained poisons – free radicals, pesticides, heavy metals, are spread through the blood throughout the body, and over time they are accumulated in a layer – Ama – on tissues and organs. Thus, they damage them, including at cellular level, the functions of the body are obstructed.

In most cases, the Western civilization people will be surprised at how far their eating habits are from the healthy concepts of the East. For Ayurveda it is unacceptable to eat, or just have a snack without being hungry – while watching TV, working on the computer, hurrying down the street, chatting with friends, and so on. One must think of eating as a sacred act, knowing that he or she accepts from Nature a part of its vital energy that he or she needs in order to exist. Attention should be paid entirely on the dishes that are ignoring the surrounding world and the emotions associated with it. In addition to enjoying food, the person will feel when the hunger is saturated, and their body does not need any more food.


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