Location: It is located in sector 45-c, chandigarh (India)
It was established in 1987 for the promotion of Ayurveda in chandigarh. Its our fifth generation serving in ayurveda. It is a center of excellence & state of art in Ayurvedic Treatment . All the components used in the treatment are from nature and it is practically free from all side effects.
“ Ayurveda is the combination of the Sanskrit words AYU and VEDA. Ayu means life and veda means knowledge. It contains the highly developed ancient science of medicine and prolongation of life.
Since 1987 Gopal Ayurvedic center is a renowned name in Ayurvedic Medinces and health products.This center has is own manufacturing plant name K.K . Industries (Herbal Division) ISO 9001:2015, H.A.C.C.P. , WHO-GMP, GMP certified manufacturing unit and pharmacy in Fatehgarh, punjab, India established in 2009. At present our manufacturing unit manufactures about 200 plus types of classical and patent medicines with the blend of modern scientific knowledge and techniques. advance management tools and information technology are used to create the most appropriate products at affordable price. our team is working with the motto of providing quality products.
Quality always comes first and great care is taken in manufacturing the products. Importantly the products retains the traditional approach as prescribed by the ancient texts, an excellent blend of the modern with the ancient well-tried system.
Gopal Ayurvedic Center deals in all kinds of indian herbs, punjeeri goods, hawan and pooja goods, all kinds of ayurvedic and unani medicine eg dabur, baidyanath, himalaya, hamdard, rex etc.
Ayurvedic food supplements
Why they are so important.
Our body is a miracle of nature. Over millions of years a holistic physiology has evolved, which can hardly be surpassed for beauty and perfection. It keeps itself constantly in balance and is able to adapt to outside influences and repair itself. According to the tradition of Ayurveda, humans should be able to live 115 years of age and longer – happily and healthily.
Stress, pollutants and the consumption of heavily processed foods are all on the increase. These influences can overtax the body’s ability to repair itself.
The Ayurvedic conception of health and the assumptions about life expectancy and quality of life that follow from it came into being a very long time ago. The amount of pressure was significantly less then, food was natural; body, mind and soul were exposed to fewer problems, stress and foreign material. Today’s fast pace of living, overexertion, industrial foods that are deficient in vital nutrients, lack of exercise, and environmental toxins – all of these factors overtax the limited possibilities of the body to ward off stress and harmful influences according to Ayurvedic understanding. From the perspective of Ayurveda, which dates right back to the time of the Vedic civilisation of India, the conclusion is that nowadays we go out of balance more quickly and age prematurely.
Free radicals – aggressive chaos in the molecular system
The many pressures we are exposed to keep the body’s natural defence systems working overtime and promote the formation of oxygen free radicals. Free radicals are a ‘sharp weapon’ of the immune system, which are very effective at coping with intruders but very harmful when they are in excess and can no longer be kept under control by the relevant substances. Free radicals alter and destroy cell structures irreversibly. According to current medical and scientific knowledge, they play a crucial role in the ageing process and are partly responsible for many common diseases.
Healthy diet – plus antioxidants
Our body is actually well equipped with special enzymes, so-called ‘radical scavengers’, to protect itself from the destructive fury of free radicals and to render them harmless. Some vitamins, minerals and trace elements, vital substances described as antioxidants, fulfil the same purpose and are therefore considered essential. Antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E and selenium relieve and strengthen the potential of the physiology to repair itself. They are absorbed with food – fresh fruits and vegetables in particular contain a relatively large amount of them – and give outside support to the body in its scavenging of free radicals. Nevertheless, there has been a great increase in pressure on the physiology, from stress and environmental toxicity for example. It is therefore advisable to incorporate regular consumption of health-promoting food supplements that are rich in antioxidants in our diet.