Naturopathy or Naturecure, is a way of life. It believes that we fall ill, only when we go against nature and that all the healing powers are within our body. Naturopathy helps human system remove the disease causing toxins and unwanted matters from the body. A naturopathy treatment is thus prophylactic, removing the cause of the disease and not, as in the other systems of medicine, just the symptoms.
The belief of Naturopathy can be can be understood with a simple example; if a considerable amount of undigested and unabsorbed food arrives in the colon, bacteria multiply rapidly and produce toxins in the system. Eventually, the body may end up affected by Toxemia, which is a serious blood disease responsible for most of the diseases including cancer.
Any rich diet, vitamins, nutrients, medicines, laxatives, purgatives we may take will only weaken the system even further instead of removing the hardened deposits or toxins, thus resulting in auto-intoxication or self-poisoning. An allopathic Doctor can treat it with the medicines as he is qualified for drugging only, but blockage continues which may react to the suppression unless cleansing and detoxification of the systems are provided.
Spread over 120 acres of lush greenery on the outskirts of Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), the Jindal Naturecure Institute is a leading naturopathy hospital in India. Considered as a pioneer of drugless therapy, the institute is situated on a serene, picturesque, pollution free and sprawling campus on Tumkur Road, 16 km from Bengaluru city railway station, 8km from nearest railway station Yeshwantpur and 45 km from Kempegowda (Bengaluru) International Airport. At the Jindal Naturecure Institute Bangalore, we thrive to nurture individuals in regaining their health without using drugs and also help them learn and appreciate the healing practices, enunciated by our ancient sciences of Naturopathy and Yoga on completion of treatments. Jindal Naturecure Institute reviews the patient’s body condition and offers a drugless disease-specific treatment regimen through a combination of interrelated, independent holistic systems – Naturopathy, Yoga, Diet therapy, Acupuncture and Physiotherapy.