Ayush Ghana opens Ayurvedic medical center in Ghana
Indian High Commissioner to Ghana Sugandh Rajaram Commissioned Ayush Medical Center
Ayush Ghana has opened a state-of-the-art herbal medical center, Ayurveda Medical Center at North Kaneshie in Accra.
The medical center specializing in Ayurvedic health treatment will provide the public with Indian herbal remedies and alternative medicines to treat ailments such as infertility, migraines, body pain and specialized therapies.
Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr. Sugandh Rajaram, who commissioned the center, congratulated Ayush Ghana Director General, Dr. Paulina Lakkanna and her team for the initiative to establish a herbal medical center for providing authentic alternative health care to Ghanaians.
He indicated that the traditional Ayurvedic health system conforms to World Health Organization (WHO) standards, so its presence in Ghana will provide a lasting health solution for Ghanaians, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
He also said the initiative would further deepen diplomatic relations between Ghana and India.
Dr Paulina Lakkanna- The CEO and Senior Consultant
Dr Paulina Lakkanna (CEO), said Ayurvedic medical treatment has so many health benefits with virtually no side effects.
“The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatment always provides side benefits without side effects,” she said.
Dr Lakkanna explained that Ayurveda is one of the oldest holistic healing systems which originated in India 5,000 years ago, adding that it was designed to restore balance to the body in order to heal itself. of a disease.
She said Ayurveda is an alternative medical treatment that promotes good health and protects the body from disease.
According to her, treatment begins with a process of internal purification, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage, therapy, yoga and meditation.
Dr Lakkanna also indicated that she chose Ghana for her business because herbal medicines are widely accepted and patronized in the country.
The inauguration ceremony was also honored by the President of the Indian Association, Mr. Rajesh Thakkar; the Secretary General of the Ghana Federation of Associations of Traditional Medicine Practitioners (GHAFTRAM), Nana Kwadwo Obiri; the Compliance and Special Enforcement Officer for the Registrar of the Traditional Medicine Practices Council, Mr. Martin Azaglo; the CEO of Graphic Courier powered by Techmaaxx, Mr KVS Nathan; and Reverend Chris Balagi of Vineyard Church
Ayush Ghana located at North Kaneshi in Accra