VedaEducation | Therapy of internal diseases from the position of Ayurveda

Therapy of internal diseases from the position of Ayurveda

Form treatment protocols for major diseases from the position of Ayurveda

What is this course about?

The course is devoted to the description of clinical protocols for the treatment of major diseases from the perspective of Ayurveda. Much attention will be paid to Ayurvedic pharmacology, the use of classical (canonical) Ayurvedic drugs and their equivalents in Western clinical phytotherapy.

The principles of treatment will be differentiated depending on the etiology (Nidana), pathogenesis, and the stage of development of the disease (Samprapti).

The course consists of 2 modules: the first module is held in the format of webinars; the second is a two-week practice in India.

This course will be of great interest to all specialists in the fields of Ayurveda, Wellness Consulting, Diet therapy, Herbal medicine, Yoga, and to all persons who are interested in studying the combined ayurvedic and modern medicine.


Ashtavaidyan Prof. A.N. Narayanan Nambi

  • BAMS, MD (Ayu), MRAP (Italy), Ph.D.;
  • The successor of a great lineage of Ashtavaidyas, or the Ayurvedic families of Kerala;
  • Director of Academic Services of the SNA Oushadhasala (P) Ltd founded by Ashtavaidyan Thrissur Thaikat Mooss;
  • Member Secretary - Clinical Services, Council for International Cooperation of Indian System of Medicine, Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India;
  • Professor, Department of Basic Principles, Vishnu Ayurveda College, Shornur;
  • Academic Faculty Member of Ayurvedic Point, Milano, Italy;
  • Academic Faculty Member of European Institute of Vedic Studies, Switzerland.

Thaikat Moos - SNA

SNA commenced its journey way back in 1920. It was established by the great Ayurveda Physician Ashtavaidyan Thrissur Thaikat Unni Mooss.

Ashtavaidyans are believed to be the traditional Ayurvedic physicians of Kerala and are from Namboothiri community. They are masters of the eight branches of medicine from which the word Ashtavaidyan is originated. They wrote several books incorporating their observations and clinical experiences. "Chikitsa Manjari", "Yogamithram", "Abhidhana Manjari", "Alathur Manipravalam", "Sindoora Manjari" and "Kairaly Commentary on Ashtanga Hridayam" are some of them.

Pazhanellippurathu Thaikat Mooss family is one of the most famous Ashtavaidya families and said to be the Royal physicians of King Zamoorin of Ancient Malabar, Kerala. They have migrated to the Ancient Cochin Province for expansion of service to Humanity, and well supported by the King of Cochin named Sakthan Thampuran. Then they named after the place as Thrissur Thaikat Mooss and the physicians of the family reached their exalted name by healing.

Ashtavaidyan Thrissur Thaikat Unni Mooss made his own platform at younger age itself and as a man of vision founded the stone for the SNA at 1920. In the beginning, it was a small manufacturing unit producing classical ayurvedic formulations that catered the needs of the family physician. But, later extended its services to other Ashtavaidyas also. Subsequently it widened its area of operation to other parts of the state.

At present SNA have a well equipped Ayurvedic medicine manufacturing unit, Ayurvedic hospital, Research division, Ayurveda Academy, Publication division and Export division. With a well balanced bunch of experienced and young team leaders and workers in every department, SNA is catering to the needs of the society with quality medicines and services.


First module

Second module



Format: online; practice (India)

Starting date: 2020

Duration: 30 hours (online); 2 weeks of practice

Price: $ 500 (online); $ 1600 (practice)