Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari
Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari, an Ayurveda doctor from Kathmandu, Nepal. Currently, he has been practicing Ayurveda & Panchakarma on Madeira Island, Portugal (Europe) since September 2013. Besides being a professionally accredited Ayurvedic doctor,he is also a Panchakarma specialist, Holistic healer, Yoga teacher and Herbalist.
He has been awarded a Bachelor degree in Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) from the Ayurveda Campus, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuwan University in Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been working as an Ayurveda & Panchakarma specialist, Yoga teacher, Panchakarma trainer, and Panchakarma Teacher in various health institutions and hospitals in Nepal & India.
He is a founding member and Panchakarma Specialist at the Ojus Ayurveda Hospital & Research Centre, Kathmandu, which is the biggest Ayurveda Hospital with Authentic Panchakarma in Nepal.
He has been writing health articles for online and paper media as a regular columnist for several national and international health websites, papers and magazines where you can get an impression of his different writings.
He says, the main aim of indulging in this passion for writing health articles, is to make people realize the importance of health and make them aware of the rich heritage of Ayurveda and its power of healing, especially in specific health related problems. Some of the articles have been published on his website www.ayurmantra.com, too. Further, he is preparing the publication of a book on Ayurveda healing in Nepali & English version.
I like referring to the guidelines of Ayurveda: “Everyone is one’s own doctor !”.
“The Kitchen is one’s own Hospital”. “No one Needs Medicine when the diet is correct”. “We all are natural beings and herbs are a gift for us”. “Disease is nothing else than an imbalance”. “Health is the state of Physical, Mental, Physiological, Social and Spiritual well being”. Practicing according to the traditional Ayurveda principle, I do thorough interviews and try finding the main cause of any imbalance by using different methods including Pulse diagnosis, looking at the tongue, eyes, etc. I am giving full priority to the Prakriti & Vikriti concepts of the doshas. Ayurveda diagnostic methods may reveal what microscopes may not. I am following the path of Ayurveda by using: