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About Kripa Shakti

Maharishi Kripa shakti Ayurveda is a collaborated company born out of the Noble intention of an eminent Vaidan”. Acharya, Rakesh Kumar Panday started this company 20 years ago, with a strong and deep-rooted conviction that Ayurveda could provide simple, yet effective solutions to the health care needs of myriads of people. Maharishi Kirpa Shakti wants to provide a healthy life for each and every human. We provide Ayurveda treatment for all diseases. Ayurveda made of many kinds of herbs and we have a solution for every disease. Kirpa shakti is founded with The mission of taking Ayurveda to every home all over the world. As the world is becoming virtual and digital, Ayurveda has become a need of the time.

The products of MKSA covers a wide range of therapeutic segments catering to bone health, diabetes, respiratory disorders, urinary tract infections, skin care, eye care, gynecological and obstetric care, cardiovascular disorders, pain management such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis among many others. Our, products have been designed and developed after meticulous research of the different Ayurvedic scriptures by our fundamental principles of processes of extraction while adopting modern techniques in their methods of manufacturing.

Our company believes Ayurveda is all about natural science and we can be healthier naturally.

By following a rigorous scientific process and addressing all the consumer needs, MKSA overcomes the challenges that Ayurveda industry faces today, to deliver products that are Safe, Effective and Pure. By, creating a network of clinics, Ayurveda Research and Development for product development, herbal garden development for authentic raw material sourcing and state of art manufacturing facilities, MKSA is regarded as one of the leading holistic healthcare providers in India.

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Why Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is an ancient health care tradition that has been practiced in India for at least 5,000 years. The word comes from the Sanskrit terms ‘ayur’ means life and ‘veda’ means knowledge.Though Ayurveda, or Ayurvedic medicine, was documented in the sacred historical texts known as the Vedas many centuries ago, Ayurveda has evolved over the years and is now integrated with other traditional practices, including yoga. Ayurveda deals with permanently healing the person and effectively treating the disease.Made up of natural herbs and extracts of fruits, vegetables, spices, etc the ayurvedic medicines and products help in curing diseases without any side effects.Ayurveda is widely practiced on the Indian subcontinent more than 90 percent of Indians use some form of Ayurvedic medicine, according to the University of Minnesota's Center for Spirituality & Healing and the tradition has gained popularity in the Western world, though it's still considered an alternative medical treatment. Ayurvedic medicines focus to work on the root cause of the problem to cure the specific system of our body, and hence we can maintain good health for a long time.

Benefits of ayurveda

6 Ways Ayurveda Benefits your Daily Life

Offers a Nurturing Approach to Being Healthy

Ayurveda is all about understanding that healthy is your natural state. If you and your environment are in balance, that’s considered optimum health, and the opposite goes for being unbalanced.  For example, if you feel anxious or are suffering from health issues like constipation or generally lethargic-ness, it is simply a matter of being out of balance

Better Health at a Cellular Level

Research shows that Ayurveda can in fact help on a cellular level. It has been indicated that Ayurveda has the potential to actually regenerate cells, again showing that we have the power to begin healing ourselves of certain ailments simply by the way we treat our bodies.

Toxins in the Body are Reduced

he founder of the Maharishi Ayurvedic practice states that there are three different kinds of toxins. The most common is ama, which is the waste-product that builds up in the digestive tract that stems from eating too much of the wrong food. If not cleared up, it will build up over time and will begin to circulate through your body, causing major feelings of imbalance.

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Stronger Digestion

As you begin to eat for your dosha, your digestive system will strengthen. Certain foods will activate your digestive system during the right times of the day, causing a decrease of toxic build up in your digestive tract. This prevents you from feeling lethargic, causing you to have higher levels on energy! Having optimal digestion also helps you to keep a healthy weight and feel less agitated.

Reduced Stress and Greater Sense of Well-Being

To put it simply, food influences how you feel. If your digestive system isn’t firing, you feel uncomfortable and tired, which can manifest into negative feelings and ultimately affect how you show up in life. Through incorporating a diet that is specifically tailored to your needs, you can begin to find clarity in your body and mind.

A Straight-Forward Regime for Your Diet

The Ayurveda diet is very clear about what you should eat based on your dosha. The guidelines on what to eat and when are simple to follow. For those that like structure, this no-nonsense guide is easy to follow and leaves little room to deviate. It may be an adjustment at first, but think of it as eating the foods you were always meant to eat.


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