September 9, 2019
To propagate Ayurveda and sensitize masses on the effectiveness of Ayurveda as a natural course of complete health & well-being, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) under its holistic health program-‘Aarogya’, has been organizing ‘‘निःशुल्क आयुर्वेदिक स्वास्थ्य जाँच एवं चिकित्सा शिविर’ – a ‘Free Ayurvedic Health checkup Camp’ since decades through its centers across India.
Wide publicity of the camp is done in advance by DJJS volunteers through distribution of pamphlets and announcements providing detail information about the Ayurvedic Health Camp, its venue, time and the available medical facilities.
An eminent & well experienced team of Ayurvedic doctors (Ayurvedacharyas) experts in Nadi Parikshan (pulse diagnosis) from Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ayurvedic Treatment Centre in Nurmahal, Punjab render free services in terms of medical consultation and diagnosis for all kind of health ailments to the registered patients in the camp.
‘Nadi Parikshan’ is an ancient Ayurvedic method of pulse diagnosis which can accurately diagnose physical, mental & emotional imbalances in the body. Nadi Parikshan is done using the signals obtained from the three precise locations on the wrist at the radial artery using index, middle and ring fingers. It is a non-invasive science that helps to reach root cause of chronic diseases and not just the symptoms.
A large number of health seekers from all walks of life and age visit these Camps from nearby localities & villages to reap health benefits in the form of diagnosis & consultation through ayurveda techniques and modern method for all common & chronic ailments like asthma, diabetes, paralysis, back pain, skin allergies, stress, general weakness, arthritis, constipation, migraine, acidity, gastric problems, obesity etc. Special arrangements are made in the camps for free BP check-up & Blood-sugar test. In addition, Ayurvedic medicines and products manufactured by SAM Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Nurmahal are also made available for patients at concessional price.
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine, which stresses principally on
prevention of body ailments rather than simply relieving pathological problems or symptoms. Ayurveda believes in the treatment of an individual as a whole. The real value of Ayurveda lies in its basic principles, including its unique concepts of Panchamahabhuta (Five elements), Prakriti (Constitution), Guna (Quality), Rasa (Taste), Agni (Gastric fire), Dosha (Humour), Dhatu (Tissues), Mala (Faeces), Srotas (Channels), and its personalized approach to Nidan (Etiology), Cikitsa (Treatment) and Rasayana (Macrobiotics/Life lengthening drugs) .