Gujarat Ayurvedic Institutes


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The state of Gujarat has been the home of Ayurveda for many centuries. Various herbs which are used for curing illnesses by means of natural healing process are grown in the state.
Its substantial agro-bio diversity has facilitated in growing over seven hundred species of medicinal plants. Ayurveda is considered as one of the world's oldest medical sciences. It is said to be handed down from generations after generations, its medicine and therapeutic values is nowadays getting world wide acclaim.

People in Gujarat use Ayurveda and Naturopathy along with modern medicinal facilities. There are many Ayurvedic health resorts in the state. Ayurvedic medicines use natural herbs and minerals to cure sickness and increase immunity. There are no harmful side effects or lethal experiments in the lab. Most well-known among them are Aloe Vera, Aswagandha, Isabgol, Neem, Jeevanti, White Musli and Shatavari amongst others.

Some of the Ayurvedic Institutes in Gujarat are:
  • Govt. Akhandanand Ayurved College in Ahmedabad
  • Govt. Ayurved College in Vadodara
  • Govt. Sheth J.P Ayurveda college in Bhavnagar
  • Govt. Ayurved College in Junagadh
  • Shree Gulabkunvarba Ayurved College in Jamnagar
  • Shree Bala Hanuman Ayurved College in Lodra
  • Shree O.H. Nazar Ayurved College in Surat
  • J. S. Ayurved college in Nadiad
  • G. J. Ayurved College in Anand
  • Parul Ayurved College in Vadodara
  • Aryakanya Shudha Ayurved Mahavidyalaya in Vadodara
  • Institute for Post Graduate Teaching & Research in Ayurveda in Jamnagar

Last Updated on : 14/06/2013











     


     

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