Ayurveda is a system of medicine that evolved in India from remote antiquity to the present day. The origins of Ayurveda stretch deep into antiquity, from 3300–1300 BC. It has a profound rationale logical foundation and its fundamentals are based on systems that are essentially true for all times and do not change from age to age. It was the Aryas or noble ones that initially practised the positive and very evident spirituality encapsulated in the Vedas.
As the Vedic or Gangetic civilization translated into the Iron Age, Indian methods of healing started acquiring more clarity and an innate reasoning and philosophical basis, this has been mostly influenced by the works and teachings of Plato, Aristotle and the like. People started shedding the superstitions that crept along with ayurvedic teachings. After the British imposing several ayurvedic texts and teachings were silenced but during the mid-late 20th century the same European citizens started seeking these teachings and began travelling to India. This initiation coupled with positive results initiated an explosion of interest in Ayurvedic medicine that continues to this very day.
Most of the Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala revolve around these fundamental policies. The Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala, the Ayurveda training courses in Kerala,Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala, Panchakarma Therapy in kerala, yoga centre in kannur, ayurveda college in kannur have also adopted the same.