The New Indian Express

Travel to Boost Immunity

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The key to combating COVID-19 is a good immune system and you can do that when you take a break at some wellness retreats.

Immunity has emerged as the body’s first line of defense against the Corona virus. With the travel sector slowly opening up you can make a great choice to build immunity at a wellness getaway. And with multiple levels of screening, COVID-19 tests and disinfectant procedures in place you can be assured that these getaways are safe for you and your family. Immunity is often explained in Ayurveda using the example of beej-bhumi (seed-land), where the body is the land, and bugs (virus, bacteria) are seeds. If the body is filled with ama (toxins, which are accumulated free radicals) and lacking in ojas (immunity), the bugs will find it to be a fertile ground for multiplying and spreading.

Niraamaya Retreats Surya Samudra, Kovalam- Spa Bale
Niraamaya Retreats Surya Samudra, Kovalam- Spa Bale

Check out these destinations for your immune getaway:

Niraamaya Retreats have collaborated with Daivam Wellness to introduce the Immunity Rejuvenation Program that has been designed by a team of highly qualified functional medicine doctors.

Dharana at Shillim has The Dharana Rasayana Retreat that can be experienced for 5 or 7 nights.

A Super Immunity Program carefully curated with experiential knowledge from traditional medicine schools of Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Yoga and Traditional Chinese medicine with evidence-based knowledge of fitness, nutrition, physiotherapy and functional medicine is being offered at Atmantan Wellness Centre in Mulshi.

The Sattva Immunity Package offered by The Tamara Coorg is a holistic Ayurvedic experience for guests looking for a truly special wellness vacation.

The concept of a healthy body and strong immune system has always been of great importance and you can also opt for immunity solutions at home. At Indus Valley Ayurvedic Center (IVAC) in Mysore, the team has come up with an immunity – boosting Home Detox Kit.

Read the full story that first appeared in The New Indian Express dated Sep 6, 2020 here:

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