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Absolute Ayurveda to conduct free consultations on open day

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The Absolute Ayurveda Natural Healing Clinic will host an open day on 29 August, and will provide visitors with free consultations from 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. 

The premium, modern clinic is located at Alfred Place, Colombo 03, and provides natural treatments and alternative therapies for a variety of ailments, in a tranquil and exclusive setting.  Five Ayurveda consultants will be on hand throughout the day, to offer their expert services and advise patients on suitable courses of treatment. Patients attending the open day will also be able to benefit from a 20% discount on all treatments on the day.

At the open day, visitors will be able to learn more about natural Ayurvedic treatments for common non-communicable diseases, age-related diseases, urinary tract infections, skin and dermatological diseases, alopecia, respiratory diseases as well as joint and muscular pains. Consultants will also be able to provide advice on how Ayurveda can be used to treat lifestyle diseases such as eye problems, diabetes, obesity and stress. At the open day, visitors will also be able to gain a greater understanding of the non-invasive treatments that are available at the clinic, including post-chemotherapy treatments that are offered for patients recovering from cancer. 

The Absolute Ayurveda Natural Healing Clinic offers a diverse range of treatments that are on par with the highest international standards. All medicines used at the clinic are prepared using traditional Ayurveda recipes and natural ingredients which are sourced from specialized formulation suppliers. Patients can purchase readymade medicines from the in-house pharmacy for treatments at home or at the clinic itself, and all medicines can be tailor-made to suit the specific requirements of patients. 

Commenting on the clinic’s offering, Shalin Balasuriya, Director, Absolute Ayurveda stated, “The Absolute Ayurveda Natural Healing Clinic enables patients to benefit from trusted alternative medicines and healing therapies that are natural and less invasive. 

The clinic is designed to provide patients with the very best Ayurvedic treatments available in the country, and can provide relief for patients who are suffering from an array of common ailments. Additionally the best Ayurvedic doctors in their respective fields practice at the clinic and they will ensure that our clients receive a revolutionary new healing experience combined with exceptional care. We hope that this open day will encourage those who suffer from common ailments, to come and learn more about the vast range of natural Ayurvedic treatments that are available at the clinic.” 

Ayurvedic medicine is considered to be one of the world’s oldest healthcare systems. It is derived from the Sanskrit word Ayurveda, which translates to the “science of life.” Ayurveda strives to create harmony throughout the body, mind, and spirit, by maintaining a balance that prevents illness, treats acute conditions, and helps promote a healthy life. 

The Absolute Ayurveda Natural Healing Clinic will play a crucial role in modernizing and popularizing Ayurvedic treatments in Sri Lanka, by offering this unique age-old method of healing in a contemporary, luxurious and modern setting. The clinic will also support the growth of Sri Lanka’s medical tourism industry, by providing foreign visitors with access to high quality Ayurvedic treatments at a world-class facility.

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