­If popping pills and drops are your first instinct and option for curing any health problem that you might be combating, perhaps it’s time for you to rethink it. True, modern allopathic medicines can be a lifesaver in case of certain emergencies but taking the fast lane for all your problems may not be the wisest thing to do. Not only does such a habit tend to provide a short-term relief or solution, but the chemical overdose also comes with a plethora of side effects, which could, in fact, turn out to be more or as problematic as the initial problem.

This is where Ayurvedic eye hospital in Kerala reveal their beauty and excellence. Organic and holistic well-being lies at the center of this belief system, which took birth may thousand years ago. Based on the use of natural elements and an understanding of the mind-body dynamics, this form of treatment has shown very little to no side effects and a healing from the roots.

Like all other problems, Ayurveda can also help with your eye problems. According to Ayurveda, allergies, chemicals, excessive use of technology, pollution, lifestyle problems and most importantly, problems and imbalances in a body’s pitta is the main cause of eye problems. ‘Pitta’ is one of the bio-elements that the body is believed to consist of, whose discerning quality is heat. Ayurveda treats all eye problems ranging across cataract, myopia, corneal ulcers, glaucoma and even squint.

Located in the southern part of India, the state of Kerala is the heartland of Ayurveda. The vaidyas or ayurvedic practitioners of Kerala have been practicing it from ancient times, providing cures and healing people from diseases since the time when this was known and considered to be the only solution. Although Kerala now has a host of other ‘modern’ and allopathic options available as well, it continues its dedicated research and practice of Ayurveda.