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Consultant Ayurvedic physician with 10+ years of multidisciplinary medical experience. PhysioVeda trained professional for ortho and neuromuscular rehabilitation from Asian Ayurveda and Marma Pte Ltd, Sinagapore& Malaysia.


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Dr Binu Joy is an established and highly experienced Ayurvedic Physician specialising in treating back pain, neck pain, strokes and neuromuscular rehabilitation therapies. He is one of the most highly sought-after practitioners in Kerala, providing his patients with lauded home services through a team of expert therapists.

With extensive knowledge of Ayurveda, Dr Binu is known for his warm and attentive approach, and ability to diagnose aggravated symptoms accurately. His specialisation has enabled him to analyse a patient’s condition and treat them with the right combination of yoga, naturopathy, rehabilitation and lifestyle modification therapies. His expertise has empowered countless individuals to restore vitality and lead pain-free lifestyles.

Dr Binu has completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery and other related courses. He is a passionate practitioner whose focus is on providing the best possible care to his patients, guiding them through their struggles in order to restore wellness and eradicate pain.

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  1. 5th August 2023

    dravyas examples with panchaman
    habhuta like agneya jalapiya vayuvya akasha

    Sure, here are some examples of dravyas with panchamahabhuta:

    Prithvi (Earth): This element is associated with stability, heaviness, and solidity. Dravyas that are predominantly Prithvi are those that are solid, heavy, and have a grounding effect. Examples of Prithvi dravyas include: Clay, Salt,Iron,Gold,Diamond

    Jala (Water): This element is associated with fluidity, coolness, and moistness. Dravyas that are predominantly Jala are those that are liquid, cool, and have a moistening effect. Examples of Jala dravyas include: Water, Milk, Honey, Oil, Ghee

    Agni (Fire): This element is associated with heat, energy, and transformation. Dravyas that are predominantly Agni are those that are hot, energetic, and have a transforming effect. Examples of Agni dravyas include: Fire, Pepper, Ginger, Turmeric, Mustard

    Vayu (Air): This element is associated with lightness, movement, and space. Dravyas that are predominantly Vayu are those that are light, mobile, and have a space-creating effect. Examples of Vayu dravyas include: Air, Wind, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, 

    Aakasha (Space): This element is associated with emptiness, vastness, and potential. Dravyas that are predominantly Aakasha are those that are empty, vast, and have a potential-creating effect. Examples of Aakasha dravyas include: Space,Sky, Ether, Sound,Silence

    It is important to note that all dravyas contain all five panchamahabhuta, but in different proportions. The predominance of a particular panchamahabhuta in a dravya will determine its qualities and effects. For example, water is predominantly Jala, but it also contains Prithvi, Agni, Vayu, and Aakasha. The predominance of Jala in water gives it its cool, moist, and fluid qualities.

    I hope this helps!

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