Homoeopathy is method of treatment based on the nature’s Law of Cure, ‘Like Cures Like’. The truth of this law ‘Principal of Similar’ was discovered by a German scientist Dr. Samuel Christian Frederic Hahnemann, M.D. in 1796. The principle of similar is one of nature’s laws that, when used well, can be one of our most sophisticated healing strategies. It is important to note that immunizations and allergy treatments are two of the very few applications in modern medicine today that actually stimulate the body’s own defences in the prevention or treatment of specific diseases, and it is NOT simply a coincidence that both of these treatments are derived from the homeopathic principle of similar.


Paranyog, is the science of breath control. Pranayam and Pranyog comes from the following words: Pran- “life force” or “Vital Force, Yama – “discipline” or “control”, Ayama – “expansion”, “non-restraint”, or “extension”, Yog- ” to unite “. Thus, Pranyog  means “breathing techniques” or “breath control”. By which lots of pran(oxygen)enters in to the every single cell of the body and at the same time lots of toxins(Carbon Dioxide)leaves the body. Importance of Breathing. Breathing is important for two reasons. It is the only means to supply our bodies and its various organs with the supply of oxygen which is vital for our survival. The second function of breathing is that it is one means to get rid of waste products and toxins from the body.

Cell Nutrition And Herbs

The concept of Cellular Health is based upon the principle that health is determined at the level of the billions of cells that make up the human body. The cellular level in the human body has effectively been neglected by conventional medicine, and orthodox doctors treat our organs without properly addressing the nutritional status of the cells that compose them. Vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other essential nutrients are needed for the thousands of biochemical reactions that take place continuously in each cell, and a chronic deficiency of these essential nutrients is the most frequent cause of cellular dysfunction and therefore of disease.

Panchakarma Ayurveda

Ayurveda, is a 5000-year-old medical science from India, and comes with hordes of benefits. Meaning “Science or Knowledge of life” in Sanskrit, (“Ayur” means life, and “Veda” means science or knowledge), it is a system based on the understanding of the five great elements –air, fire, water, earth, and ether. Each of these elements has a set of particular qualities. All individuals are characterized into 3 categories based on a simplified form of three vital energies called Doshas–Vatta, Pitta, and Kapha.

Nature Cure

Orthopathy (from the Greek ortho- right- + pathos suffering,) or natural hygiene (NH) is an alternative medicine originating from the nature cure movement. It is a form of vitalism that considers self-healing the best and only cure for disease, and favours fasting as restorative and favours dietary and other lifestyle measures as preventative.[1][2] Orthopathy is generally against medical treatment, with the exception of surgery in certain situations, such as for broken bones and to “remove a deadly secondary cause.”[2] Natural hygiene is often confused with naturopathy, though they differ by philosophical definition and practice.


Acupuncture is the procedure of inserting and manipulating filiform needles into various points on the body to relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes.[1] The word acupuncture comes from the Latin acus, “needle”, and pungere, “to prick”. In Standard Chinese, acupuncture is called ?? (zhenbian), or a related word, ?? (zhenjiu), which refers to acupuncture together with moxibustion.[2] According to traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture points are situated on meridians along which qi (a “life energy”) flows. Modern acupuncture texts present them as ideas that are useful in clinical practice and continue to inform the practice of acupuncture,[3][4] but there is no evidence to support their existence and they have not been reconciled with contemporary knowledge about biology, physics or chemistry.[5][6] The earliest written record of acupuncture is the Chinese text Shiji.


Reflexology (zone therapy) is an alternative medicine method involving the practice of massaging or applying pressure to parts of the feet, or sometimes the hands and ears, with the goal of encouraging a beneficial effect on other parts of the body, or to improve general health.[citation needed] A 2009 systematic review of randomised controlled trials concluded that the latest available evidence does not show convincingly that reflexology is an effective treatment for any medical condition.[1] The Reflexology Association of Canada defines reflexology as: “A natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet, hands and ears and their referral areas within zone related areas, which correspond to every part, gland and organ of the body.


A medical laboratory or clinical laboratory is a laboratory where tests are done on clinical specimens in order to get information about the health of a patient as pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.

Gurubani Healing

Naam Yoga is a style of yoga developed by Joseph Michael Levry (Gurunam)[1] that incorporates the practice of the Divine Word (Naam) with yogic movement, stretching postures, breathing, mudra, and meditation.[2].[3]It is a spiritual science and art that merges Eastern Yogic practices with the practical esoteric teachings of Universal Kabbalah. The philosophy within Naam Yoga is aimed at revealing the hidden truths of various spiritual traditions and mystery systems so that humankind may draw from both Eastern and Western practices to ultimately conceive the true nature of the Divine.Naam (Sanskrit ????)means “word” or “name”, specifically “the name of God”.