Urge to create a healthy lifestyle is what drives nirveda to shower wellness to the people. Extracting healthy insight from Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani, nirveda bridges the gap between ancient Indian systems of medicine and modern sophisticated technologies. Our health theory is based on activating seven Chakras of body.
Our human body comprise of seven chakras, which manages and control our health. The Crown chakra (or) Sahasrara maintains the entire hormone system of the body, Ajna chakra balance the total metabolism of the human body, Throat (or) Vishudhi chakra is responsible for growth and maturation, while Heart chakra (or) Anahata strengthens the immune system. The solar plexus (or) Manipura aids in digestion and conversion of energy. The chakras are the energy centers which connect the body and mind. Thus, the physical symptoms experienced in the body are manifested as psychological alterations in the mental balance.
“According to the Vedas, the purpose of human life is to strive for the follwing four purushartha (Great goal), Dharma (pursuing one’s religion), Artha (attaining economic development), Kama (Accomplishing regulated sense-gratification) and moksha (attaining liberation). The genesis for attaining all the four purushartha is arogya (health)”. Nirveda’s designed in such a way that ensures a healthy living for mankind.
World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948, Defined health as being “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. Nirveda’s wellness theory echoes the adherence to health, where “providing complete health is our ultimate goal”. Based on the traditional holistic therapy, with basic chakras, food supplements and equipment were contrived and supplied with concern and purity.