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Dr. Deepa Deshmukh


Ayurvedic Clinic and Panchakarma Center

Maharashtra Council of Inidan Medicine Mumbai
Reg. No. I-39508-A1

An accomplished Ayurvedacharya with international experience, Dr. Deepa Deshmukh has been treating patients and enhancing lives through ancient Ayurvedic medicine for nearly one and half decade.

She is skilled in the science of pulse examination and addressing illness through body constitution analysis with dietary regime intervention, lifestyle rules, panchkarma and meditation. A specialisist in Panchkarma (a 5 step detoxification process) and herbal medicine, she is also a diet consultant and a certified Ayurvedic dermatologist par excellence.

Frequently Asked Question

Ayurvedic herbs are natural, gentle & without any side effects because they are compatible with the body's chemicals. They are absorbed easily, due to their different unique characteristics it is possible to choose the right herb which can cure in the given case depending on the illness.

Ayurvedic medicines do not suppress the symptoms like western medicines but it enables toxins causing diseases to expel out hence avoiding its recurrence. The root cause of illness can be found by assessing the type of pulse [Nadi] & body constitution [Prakruti] which helps in diagnosis. Besides medicinal preparations, the set of detox procedures can help to avoid or delay future surgeries if applied in the early stages of diseases.

Ghee especially cow's ghee is the most incredible food part of Indian staple food. Acharya Sushruta Samhita has mentioned ghee is beneficial for tissue build and to pacify Dosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha). Ghee is unsaturated healthy fat rich in antioxidants, linoleic acid(protects against plaque) & fat-soluble vitamins like A, E, D which keeps the gastrointestinal tract healthy. If taken in a small amount daily it won't harm but proves to be healthy.

No, clarified butter extracted by following all the steps are infused with herbal decoctions and processed with medicines making it unsaturated fatty Ghee hence they are healthy & effective in various ways. Ghee helps to sustain healthy microbes in the gastrointestinal tract to promote effective digestion & elimination.

It has all the flavours except Salty hence has a great impact on the digestive system, boosts the appetite, pacify Pitta, promotes digestion. Having a high concentration of Vit C enhances immunity, promotes anti-inflammatory properties. Ayurveda addresses Amla as Rasayana (Rejuvenating herb ) giving anti-ageing & antioxidants effect on the human body.

Marmas are the energy points in the body used for healing body, mind and spirit located where 2 or more types of tissues meet such as veins, muscles, ligaments & points between the eyebrows. These are the access points to the innate healing intelligence of the body.

When we talk about Ayurvedic treatment herbs and food goes hand in hand. According to Ayurveda, up to 70% of illnesses can be influenced by a correct diet. Ayurveda strongly recommends "Shadrasatmak"(six flavours diet) and balanced food. Besides food chosen should be from the local environment, climatic conditions with its indigenous qualities for curative effect & easy digestion.

Ayurvedic medicines are herbal & natural they do not give any side effects when used as whole herbs hence they can be taken along with allopathic medicines. Moreover Ayurveda medicines with their unique potencies which influences the body & mind are used as adjuvant to allopathic medicines in most chronic and degenerative diseases.

Ayurveda explains freshly cooked, Shadrasatmak food bringing benefits to body & mind. Food is digested in a sequence into seven tissue elements called Dhatus. If you eat healthier food & start to live a better lifestyle you start to create better nourishment immediately. Pure, fresh food increases purity & clarity in the mind, whereas stale, old, processed, greasy food lack prana like energy and aggravates Vata dosha.

One of the ways to improve digestion is to stimulate the Agni/Digestive fire before we begin eating. Weak digestive agni may result in fatigue after eating so Ayurveda recommends eating 1 inch of a ginger piece with a few drops of lemon juice & a few pinch of salt before full meals. This starts to activate the salivary glands producing the necessary digestive enzyme so nutrients in the food are easily absorbed by body.