Thursday, September 29, 2016


Hello everyone! As today is the World Heart Day, we have some useful information for all kind of heart problems. Kindly go through the blog and let us know if you have any sort of queries.
What is cardiovascular (heart) disease?
The heart is like any other muscle in body. It needs an adequate blood supply to provide oxygen to allow the muscle to contract and pump. Not only does the heart pump blood to the rest of the body, it also pumps blood to itself via the coronary arteries. So, when there is any problem in the heart or its blood vessels, it leads to the cardiovascular disease.

Common heart diseases:
  • Atherosclerosis - a condition that develops when a substance called plaque builds up in the walls of the arteries
  • Heart attack - when the blood flow to a part of the heart is blocked by a blood clot
  • Ischemic stroke - when a blood vessel that feeds the brain gets blocked, usually from a blood clot
  • Hemorrhagic stroke - when a blood vessel within the brain bursts, most likely cause is uncontrolled hypertension
  • Heart failure - also known as congestive heart failure, means the heart isn't pumping blood as well as it should
  • Arrhythmia - an abnormal rhythm of the heart - too slow, fast or irregular
  • Heart valve problems - when heart valves don't open or close enough or gets prolapsed, thereby not allowing the blood to flow through as it should
  • Congenital heart problems – heart defects since birth

Major warning signs and symptoms:
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Upper body pain or discomfort in the arms, back, neck, jaw, or upper stomach.
  • Shortness of breath
  • Nausea, lightheadedness, or cold sweats

Causes of heart disease:
  • High amounts of certain fats and cholesterol in the blood
  • High blood pressure
  • High amounts of sugar in the blood due to insulin resistance or diabetes
  • Blood vessel inflammation
  • Any infection in heart
  • Excessive use of alcohol or caffeine
  • Smoking
  • Drug abuse
  • Stress

Risk factors:
  • Diabetes
  • Overweight
  • Poor diet
  • Physical inactivity
  • Excessive alcohol use
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Excess stress

Common Diagnostic Tests for Heart diseases:
  • Chest X-ray
  • Stress test
  • ECG
  • CT heart scan
  • Myocardial biopsy
  • Heart MRI
  • Echocardiography
  • Cardiac Angiogram
  • Angiography

Cardiovascular disease and its treatment:
  • Heart valve problems – Medications/ Heart valve surgery
  • Arrhythmia – Medications/ Pacemaker
  • Heart Attack – Medications/ Angioplasty/ Bypass
  • Stroke – Medications/ Angioplasty/ Endarterectomy

Ayurveda view of Hridroga (Heart disease):
Ayurveda believes that heart diseases are due to the imbalance of tridoshas (Vata, Pitta & Kapha) due to the incompatible food, wrong lifestyle and imbalance of the mind (raja & tama doshas).
So, bringing these tridoshas back to the normal level is the major step in management of heart diseases.

Ayurvedic treatment for Hridroga:
The basic principle of Ayurveda to treat cardiac disorders are:
  • Eliminating the morbid doshas through panchakarma therapies
  • Cleansing and keeping the strotas (channels of transportation of nutrients) intact
  • Establishing the normalcy of the agni (metabolism)
  • Strengthening the dhatus (tissues)
  • Taking control over the raja and tama doshas of mind
  • Having proper diet
  • Maintaining a good life style
  • Appropriate medication
Aim of Ayurveda treatment for Heart disease:
  • To manage newly diagnosed cases
  • To use as adjuvant therapy with an objective of -
  • Better control
  • Prevention of disease complications
  • Better quality of life
  • To reduce or withdraw the modern medication
  • To reduce the adverse effects of modern drugs

Herbs useful in the management of Cardiac problems:
  • Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna)
  • Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)
  • Vacha (Acorus calamus)
  • Pippali (Piper longum)
  • Pushkarmula (Inula recemosa)
  • Guggul (Commiphora mukul)
  • Rasona (Allium sativum)
  • Palandu (Allium cepa)
  • Ardhrak (Zyngiber officinale)
  • Yashti Madhu (Glycerrhiza glabra)
  • Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum)
  • Haridra (Curcuma longa)
  • Amala (Phyllanthus emblica)
  • Jathiphala (Myristica fragrance)
  • Lavang (Eugenia caryophyllus)
  • Twak (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)
  • Ajamoda (Trachyspermum ammi)
  • Bhunimba (Andrographis paniculata)
  • Ela (Ellettaria cardomum)
  • Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)
  • Methika seed (Trigonella foenum-graecum)

Ayurvedic medicines for heart ailments:
  • Arjunarishta
  • Punarnavarishta
  • Arjuna Ksheerapaka
  • Chandraprabha vati
  • Chyavanaprasha
  • Brahmi Rasayana
  • Rasonadi kashaya
  • Nagarjunabhraras
  • Prabhakarvati
  • Hridayarnavaras
  • Shilajitha
  • Shiva Gutika
  • Vishweshwar Rasa
  • Sarpagandha Ghan Vati
  • Muktavati
  • Mansyadi Kwatha
  • Dashamularishta
  • Agasthya rasayana

Panchkarma therapies for cardiac disorders:

  • Hrid basti (Heart basti): It is a reservoir of warm herbal oil or decoction is place on the heart area of the chest. This treatment nourishes and strengthens the heart muscle, regulates the cardiac functions, melts away stress & emotional grief and increases peace & happiness. 
  • Hrid dhara (Heart dhara): It is a procedure where in warm herbal oil or decoction is poured continuously from certain height, which helps to reduce spasm of intercostal muscles and improves local blood supply by vasodilatation. 
  • Shirodhara: A continuous stream of medicated warm herbal oil / decoction / medicated milk / buttermilk / coconut water is poured continuously on the forehead for 30 – 45 minutes in an oscillating manner. This helps to relax the mind & body and also helps to heal various stress induced heart problems. 
  • Other panchkarma therapies like Abhyangam, Swedanam, Virechanam & Basti also helps to solve the cardiac disorders.

Other ways to heal the heart problems:

The following asanas should be practiced for heart problems with very slow speed:
  • Tadasana (Mountain pose)
  • Vrikshasana (Tree pose)
  • Utthita hastapadasana (Extended hands and feet pose)
  • Trikonasana (Triangle pose)
  • Veerbhadrasana (Warrior pose)
  • Utkatasana (Chair pose)
  • Marjariasana (Cat pose)
  • Adho mukho svanasana (Downward facing dog pose)
  • Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
  • Setu bandhasana (Bridge pose)
  • Salamba sarvangasana (Half shoulder stand)
  • Ardha matsyendrasana (Sitting half spinal twist)
  • Paschimottanasana (Two-legged forward position)
  • Dandasana (Stick pose)
  • Shavasana (Corpse pose)

The following mantras help to open the heart chakra, calm the brain & reduce stress and anxiety. It also prepares the body better for pranayama and meditation.
  • Apan vayu mudra (Heart mudra)
  • Prana mudra
  • Surya mudra (Sun mudra)
  • Linga mudra
  • Ganesha mudra

  • Anuloma Viloma – 15 min
  • Sheetali purak followed by Bhramari rechak – 21 rounds
  • Ujjayi without kumbhak – 10 min

The best mantras to chant for all the heart problems are:
  • Ong Sohung
  • Beej mantra for heart chakra - Yam
  • Om Hraam Namaha!
  • Surya mantra – Om Hraam Hreem Hroom Suryaya Namaha!
  • Rama mantra – Om Apadamapa Hataram Dataram Sarva Sampadam Loka Bhai Ramam Shri Ramam Bhuyo Bhuyo Namamyaham!

To listen to these mantras with specific mudras, kindly visit:

Color therapy:
Green is the color of our heart chakra. So, in order to integrate the powers of green color for happy & healthy heart, you can include the following things in your routine:
  • Include a green colored clothing item or accessory in your attire regularly.
  • Keep a green colored piece of crystal or glass in your workplace, or in your home.
  • Use a green colored night-dress so that you may benefit from the energies while you sleep.
  • Use green colored bulb or night-lamp. If you don’t find a green colored bulb, you can use a green colored film to wrap around a regular white bulb.
  • Include green color in your home furnishing.
  • Visualize the green color in your head during the day.
Indian music therapy:

The ragas Bhairav and Durga have a power of Divine bliss and protection. Both help activate the Anahat (heart) chakra. When the Kundalini touches the heart chakra, Raga Bhairav activates spirituality in the person. Raga Durga boosts self-confidence and helps develop the quality of the air element.

The following acupressure points are important for cardiovascular health:
  • Ht 7 (Spirit Gate) – Ht 7 is the depression point on the inner wrist. Stimulating this point by applying steady pressure of the thumb helps in treating heart problems like chest pain, irregular heartbeat and palpitations.
  • Pc 6 (Inner Gate) - Pc 6 is located on the palm side of your wrist, two thumb widths above the wrist crease in the center of the arm. Pressing this point helps strengthen the heart and also relieves the pain or discomfort of the chest. Pc 6 opens the chest and is therefore good for treating chest or cardiac problems. It acts on the emotions by promoting the free flow of Qi in the body, promoting relaxation, and calming the heart and mind. So it helps to treat stress related problems.

Simple diet chart for a healthy heart-
  • Eat limited food on regular intervals
  • Have vegetables and fruits everyday
  • Select whole grain products like whole wheat flour instead of refined flour
  • Limit unhealthy fats like butter, cream, margarine, bacon fat, etc and have healthy fats like fresh cow’s ghee, vegetable oil, olive oil, nuts, seeds, etc.
  • Consume healthy protein diet like beans, peas, lentils, flaxseed, walnuts, soybeans, canola oil, etc.
  • Reduce the sodium in the food by adding rock salt in your food instead of the table salt. Also avoid the tinned, artificially colored or preserved products
  • Avoid the foods which are high in calories or low in nutrition, including foods like soft drinks and candy that contain a lot of sugar
  • Limit the amount of alcohol you drink

  • Avoid excess sitting for long duration
  • Exercise regularly
  • Regularly walk barefoot to ground with the earth
  • Manage your stress level
  • Do not smoke cigarettes
  • Have a good sleep every night
  • Get regular check-ups done

I hope this blog helps you to make healthy choices with a positive attitude from today itself, as any small change will help to reduce the risk of your heart disease. Remember little changes go a long way, so keep moving and never give up. Have a happy and healthy life ahead.
(P.S: As every human being is different according to Ayurveda, all have different cures. So, kindly consult us or an Ayurveda doctor before taking any herbal medicines.)

This post is written by Dr.Jaina Patwa who is an International Ayurvedic practitioner based at Mumbai, India. She is available as an online Ayurvedic Consultant on Skype. (Skype ID - vishwacare)

VishwaCARE offers Ayurvedic treatment globally for all the health problems. We prepare fresh herbal medicines for each and every patient, as according to Ayurveda every individual should be treated differently. We use high quality organic herbal extracts which are easy to take, effective and completely safe for long-term use.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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Wednesday, September 9, 2015


● Wake up early, preferably by brahma muhurat (4 am)
● Complete your daily activities without any worries
● Brush your teeth with herbal sticks like khadir
● Have 1 tsp of triphala powder with cows ghee and honey
● Apply natural kajal (surma) in both the eyes
● Instill 2 drops of sesame oil in both nostrils
● Gargle well with hot water
● Massage whole body with warm herbal oils like Kshirbala tailam
● Practice Yoga, Pranayam, Meditation & Omkar chanting
● Exercise well, but rest when you get exerted
● Have bath with herbal ubtan & warm water
● Drink hot or boiled water
● Have warm fresh meals regularly on time
● Have dinner before 7 pm
● Go off to bed early and have a peaceful sleep
- Dr.Jaina Patwa,
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Wednesday, March 4, 2015


What is Swine Flu?

Swine flu, caused by the H1N1 or type A influenza virus, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Swine flu affects the upper respiratory tract and its symptoms are similar to those caused by the Human Influenza Virus. There are fears that swine flu will become a major global pandemic in the winter months.
Influenza is quite common in pigs; the main route of transmission is through direct contact between infected and uninfected animals.

How is Swine Flu transmitted?

Swine influenza virus is common throughout pig populations worldwide. People with regular exposure to pigs are at increased risk of swine flu infection. This spreads through personal contacts in the form of droplets created while coughing or sneezing by a person infected with the flu. It is a frequent infection which rises every year with a life-threatening challenge.

Signs and Symptoms of Swine Flu: 
  • Sore throat
  • Headaches
  • Fever with chills
  • Aching limbs
  • Fatigue
  • Running nose
  • Lack of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Pneumonia and respiratory failure are signs of a more serious attack.
Treatment for Swine Flu:

  • Paracetamol for fever
  • Antivirus like Tamiflu for symptomatic relief
  • Antibiotics for severe infections
  • Vaccines can be taken but still there isn't any assurance of protection.

However, as modern medicines is not without side effects, it is always better to take precautions and prevent the disease from occurring.

Ayurvedic view of Swine Flu

Swine flu in Ayurveda can be called as Sannipataj Jvara which is basically triggered by the aggravation of the three Doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) and loss of Ojas (immunity) in the body. Low Ojas is lack of immunity at the physical level and absence of mental strength at mental level. Hence Ayurveda strongly recommends the strengthening of the Ojas (immunity) to prevent diseases like swine flu from its attack.

Ayurveda promotes the concept that if one's immune system is strong, it has the capacity to withstand viruses. This branch of medicine promotes the intake of special herbs or decoctions, touting that they not only help increase one's immunity, but also help treat symptoms. 

Ayurvedic treatment for Swine Flu

Ayurveda, the 5000 year old medical science based on natural systems, has some excellent preventive and curative solutions to diseases such as swine flu. The most significant aspect of these measures is that they are entirely based on natural substances and, therefore, totally safe on the human body.

The Ayurvedic treatment of any flu is aimed at controlling the virus and preventing complications by boosting the body’s immunity. It helps in cleansing the body by eliminating toxins and clearing blockage in channels. Hence, Ayurveda drugs may be started as soon as possible. 
  • Sitopaladi Churna
  • Laxmivilas Ras
  • Tribhuvan kirti
  • Lokanatha rasa
  • Chyawanprasha
  • Haridra Khanda
  • Taalisadi Churna
  • Khadiradi Gutika
  • Lavangadi Gutika
  • Malla Sindura
  • Samir Pannaga Rasa
  • Chandramrita Rasa
  • 64 Prahari Pippali
  • Suvarna Vasanta Malini Rasa
  • Shwasa Kuthara Rasa
  • Sanjeevani vati
  • Anand bhairav rasa
Herbs useful in Swine Flu

Besides the natural immunity-boosting options mentioned above, there are several other herbs and spices one can consume to raise one's immunity levels. However, before consuming any herb or trying out a natural remedy, make sure you consult an Ayurveda practitioner.
  • Tulasi (Basil)
  • Ardraka (Ginger)
  • Rasona (Garlic)
  • Haridra (Turmeric)
  • Indian Gooseberry (Amla)
  • Kumari (Aloe Vera)
  • Maricha (Black pepper)
  • Chirayata (Swertia Chirata)
  • Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
  • Nimba (Neem)
Precautions after the attack of Swine Flu
  • Have complete bed rest in clean and airy room.
  • Drink boiled warm water only.
  • Hot saline gargle should be done frequently.
  • Do fasting for 2 – 3 day if fever persists.
  • Have cow’s milk with turmeric or ginger tea.
  • Do steam inhalation with Eucalyptus oil.
  • Do meditation for mental strength.
  • Practice Ayurveda lifestyle regimen regularly.
  • Consume light and easily digestible food.
  • Avoid all junk foods and foods that are frozen, deep-fried or extremely sour.
Ayurveda home remedies for preventing Swine flu 

Ayurveda says you can prevent the spread of flu by strengthening the ojas and enhancing your body immunity with help of following remedies:
  • Take 5 Tulasi (basil leaves) + 4 Maricha (whole black pepper beads) + 3 Lavanga (clove buds) + 1 teaspoonful of fresh Adrak (ginger) paste + 2 cups of water. Boil this entire mixture until the quantity of water is halved. Filter and add a teaspoonful of honey when warm. Take this decoction twice a day.
  • ½ to 1 teaspoonful of Sitopaladi Churna with 1 teaspoonful of honey and have it twice daily.
  • Have 1 tbsp of Chyawanprash with cow’s milk every morning to boost immunity.
  • Children should be given Suvarna prashana - Ayurveda vaccine for Swine flu and other infections.
  • Panchakarma detox therapies like Nasya, Vamana and Virechana are also very useful for all respiratory tract infections.
  • Home should be kept clean and fumigated daily with Neem leaves, Guggal, Sarjarasa and Devdaru for environmental purification.
  • Do hot saline gargle many times in a day.
  • Snuff 2-6 drops of mustard oil early in the morning.
  • Keep a mixture of powdered camphor + cardamom in a box and smell it every 2 - 3 hours. 
  • Avoid getting wet and sleeping into the dew.
  • Avoid places of crowd during endemic period of swine flu.
  • Make sure you get at least 7-8 hours of good sleep every night. This will boost your immune system and enhance the ojas in your body.
  • Drink 8 to 10 glasses of boiled water each day to flush accumulated ama (toxins) from your system.
  • Eat a healthy and balanced diet to keep your body strong, nourished, and ready to fight infection. Stick with whole grains, colorful vegetables, and vitamin-rich fruits.
  • If you have constipation, then have light laxative like Triphala churna 3-6 gms or Isabgol 5-10 gms at bedtime.
  • Support your immune system by exercising moderately on a regular basis. It helps in increasing blood circulation and eliminating the blockage in body channels.
  • Consult your doctor if you have a cough and fever and follow their instructions. Make sure you take the prescribed medicines at the right time and in advised quantities.
(P.S: As every human being is different according to Ayurveda, all have different cures. So, kindly consult us or an Ayurveda doctor before taking any herbal medicines.)

This post is written by Dr.Jaina Patwa who is a Chief Ayurvedic practitioner based at Vile Parle, Mumbai, India. She is available as an online Ayurvedic Consultant on Skype. Skype ID - vishwacare

VishwaCARE offers Ayurvedic treatment globally for all chronic and refractory health problems. Dr.Jaina Patwa uses high quality organic herbal extracts which are easy to take, effective and completely safe for long-term use.

For authentic ayurveda treatments or queries, kindly email us on or contact us on +919833998817

Wednesday, December 24, 2014


Ayurveda, regarded as a Holistic manual of Life and Age, describes a lifestyle that’s in harmony with the nature.

#1: Rising Early in morning
According to Ayurveda, one should rise at brahma muhurta, a very early period in the morning. It comes at about 4:00 a.m. to 5 a. m. By so doing, you will gain greater freshness, strength, and inclination for work. Hence it is truly said “Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.”  

#2: Evacuation
The second important daily routine is to evacuate the bowels and bladder. Many people have a bad habit of going to the toilet only after tea or breakfast.  Evacuation is the first thing to do in the morning. Evacuation should not produce pain or strain.  It is necessary that the whole concentration of the mind not be diverted from evacuation. 

#3: Cleaning of the Teeth and Tongue
Ayurveda recommends herbal brushes made from trees branch for cleaning the teeth. These are bitter, pungent, and astringent in taste.  

The following herbal brushes are used for cleansing the teeth:

  • Nimba
  • Babool
  • Khadir
  • Karanja
  • Arka
  • Asana

  • Amalaki
  • Haritaki
  • Bibhitaki
  • Musta
  • Shati
  • Chandan
  • Sariva
  • Daruharidra
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These herbal cleansers remove the particles from the teeth and gums, lessens foul odour and treats tastelessness. They also strengthen the teeth and gums. After cleaning the teeth, the next routine is tongue scraping. Scraping cleans the tongue and removes a coating that is produced by Ama (toxins).

#4: Collyrium (Anjanam)
Collyrium (Anjanam) is applied in the eyes.  This collyrium application removes burning, itching, dirty secretions, and pain from the eyes.  Charaka says the vision of humans can become bright and clean if collyrium is used daily.

#5: Nasyam, Gandusha and Tamboola sevan
Nasyam means nasal administration of herbal oil to eliminate the toxins from upper half of the body. Gandusha means gargle with warm oils to soothe the throat and cleanse the teeth. Tambola sevan means chewing of fresh betel leaves to fire up the digestive system.

#6: Herbal Smoking
Dhumra Panam or Ayurvedic smoking cigarettes are prepared by a specific method and don’t contain tobacco or any addicting drugs.  They are prepared from herbal leaves like Aguru (Aquilaria agallocha), Ela (cardamom), Aswatha (Ficus religiosa), Nyagrodha (Ficus Bengalensis), Sarjassa (Resin) Flava (yellow resin), Kamala (lotus), etc. which are alleviators of kapha and Vata. It is done to strengthen the upper half of the body and prevent their ailments.

#7: Abhyangam and Karna purana
Abhyangam means body massage with herbal oils. This process is very important in the daily routine. The massage produces strength in the body and improves performance in muscular activities. It delays the aging process, relieves fatigue, relieves Vata, improves vision, produces corpulence, sound sleep and softness and strength in the skin.  Everyone should massage warm oil on the body for at least ten to fifteen minutes.  Head, face, shoulder, neck, back, flanks, chest, hands, and legs, hips and all parts should be properly massaged.  If there is insufficient time to    complete a full-body massage, at least the head, ears, and soles of feet should never be missed.

Karna purana means oiling the ears with herbal oils. It is done to prevent deafness, ear diseases, stiffness in back and jaw.

#8: Physical Exercises
It is defined as the movement of the physical organs of the body by which the body gets stretched.  The classics of Ayurveda recommend daily physical exercise.  Vagbhata says that proper exercise produces lightness in the body, strength for work, increased gastric fire, and reduced fat.  All parts become well developed and in good form.

Physical exercise should be done after oil massage so that the oil applied on the body gets absorbed through the pores of the skin and enters into the tissue level. Ayurveda recommends doing exercises only up to the point of half your capacity. Excessive exercise should not be done in any condition.

#9: Bath
Everyone should take a bath after the physical exercises with lukewarm water. Herbal powders should be used instead of soaps for detoxify the skin.

Herbs for bathing:
Scrubbing daily with these herbs makes skin healthy and lustrous. It also helps to eradicate the unnecessary fats of the body.
One should not have bath after meals.

#10: Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation and Religious Act
Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation is the most direct means of experiencing the unified field which leads to self-realization and ultimately all happiness in life. 

Religious or virtuous acts are described to make us follow the laws of nature. If we violate natural laws, we experience the consequence and fall sick.  If we follow them we are always healthy. Everyone should structure his morning and evening time to allow at least 20 to 40 minutes for self-realization, to obtain the knowledge of the unified field, which is the home of all the laws of nature.  This is the key real health and all happiness.  

#11: Sattvic Meals
Ayurveda has recommended only two meals lunch and dinner. But those who are habituated to breakfast may take a light one after meditation.

Lunch time is spoken of in Ayurveda as falling between 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM.  Those who take breakfast in the morning can take lunch between 1 PM to 2 PM. There should be at least 6 hours gap between two meals. Meals should be taken when the previous meal is completely digested.  Intake of food should always be less than required.  The meal should be made completely Sattvic by following the dietary principles of Ayurveda.  

Evening meals should be taken between 6:30 and 8:30 PM. Dinner should be always lighter than lunch as the circulation and digestion are a little dull.  

You should ideally go for an evening walk after dinner and then can relax with family or read and rest.

#12: Early to Bed
It is desirable to go bed early in the evening and sleep soundly until early morning.  The latest you should retire is by 10:00 pm so that you can complete about 6 to 8 hours sleep before rising at Brahma Muhurta.
If there is any problem regarding sleep, you can rub warm cow’s ghee (Indian butter) on the soles of the feet and then sponge them with cold water before going to bed.  This promotes natural deep sleep.   

(P.S: As every human being is different according to Ayurveda, all have different cures. So, kindly consult us or an Ayurveda doctor before taking any herbal medicines.)

This post is written by Dr.Jaina Patwa who is a Chief Ayurvedic practitioner based at Vile Parle, Mumbai, India. She is available as an online Ayurvedic Consultant on Skype. Skype ID - vishwacare

VishwaCARE offers Ayurvedic treatment globally for all chronic and refractory health problems. Dr.Jaina Patwa uses high quality organic herbal extracts which are easy to take, effective and completely safe for long-term use.

For authentic ayurveda treatments or queries, kindly email us on or contact us on +919833998817