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Naturopathy, as the name indicates, utilizes natural resources in treating diseases. It traces its roots back to the 19th-century 'Natural Cure Movement' in Europe. Many of Naturopathy's principles originated in Germany and Europe between the 16th and 17th centuries.

Based on the belief in the body's ability to heal itself through a special vital energy, Naturopathy employs natural methods to enhance the body’s healing capacity. Treatment and diagnosis primarily include stress reduction, diet, and lifestyle management. Naturopathy aims to prevent and treat illness without the use of internal medications, relying on natural resources like sunlight, water, and earth to accelerate the body's healing mechanisms.

Naturopathy considers the 5 elements - Earth, Water, Sun, Air, Space as fundamental aspects whose healing abilities are used to treat the ailments. It combines traditional healing practices with modern medical knowledge, focusing on treating the root causes of illness rather than just alleviating symptoms.

Naturopathy Core treatment aspect is based on the following therapies:

Nutritional Counselling

Importance is given to nutrition, guiding individuals toward a well-balanced and personalized diet to support overall health


Water treatments are employed to enhance circulation, reduce inflammation, and support the body's healing processes.


Sun therapy or phototherapy is a therapeutic approach that involves exposure to sunlight to promote health and treat various conditions.

Mud therapy

It is a natural therapeutic approach that involves the external application of mud or clay in the form of mud packs, wraps, or baths for various health benefits.


It is an alternative therapeutic approach that involves the use of magnets or magnetic fields for potential health benefits.

Detoxification Therapy

Detoxification processes including fasting, colon hydrotherapy, and sauna therapy is aimed at eliminating toxins and promoting overall health.

Fasting Therapy

Therapeutic fasting in the form of intermittent, water, or juice fasting involves voluntary abstention from food for a specific period with the goal of promoting health and well-being

Lifestyle Counseling

Naturopaths assess lifestyle factors such as stress, sleep, and exercise, providing guidance to optimize overall well-being.

Physical Therapies

Naturopaths assess lifestyle factors such as stress, sleep, and exercise, providing guidance to optimize overall well-being.


Traditional Chinese medicine technique involving the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the body for balancing the flow of energy or life force known as chi or qi (chee).

“Atithi Devo Bhava” - “Guest is God”

- Taittiriya Upanishad, Shikshavalli I

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