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Dr. Narender Kumar Chawla

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc

Ayurveda, Amritsar

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Dr. Narender Kumar Chawla 92% (11 ratings) Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc Ayurveda, Amritsar
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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) - Govt. Ayurvedic College Patiala - 1978
B.Sc - Maharaj Singh Degree College Saharanpur - 1981
Past Experience
Retired as Principal at Shree Lakshmi Narayan Ayurvedic College Amritsar Served The Institute For A Tenure of 36 Years
Founder Director at Robin Herbal Health Care Products
Ex- Member at Board of Studies & Faculty of Ayurveda Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar
Ex- Member at Board of Studies & Faculty of Ayurveda Baba Farid University Faridkot
Life Member at The Association of Shalaki (T.A.S.) India (Association of ENT & Opthalmology & Dental Specialities In Indian Medicine)
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Awards and Recognitions
Presented Paper In The ROTP On Effect of Herbal Compound & Hair Oil On Indralupta(Alopecia) Organized By Deptt of Shalakya IPGT & RA , GAU Jamnagar Under The Sponsorship of Deptt of Ayush, Govt. of India
In 2005 Presented Paper on Effects of Certain Indigenous Drugs (Compound) On Khalitya Roga In The Session of Second International Ayurveda Congress New Delhi
Presented The Paper On Role of Indigenous Drugs On Hair Loss In Diabetics In National Conference On Diabetes & Ayurveda Organized By Dayanand Ayurvedic College Jalandhar
Actively Participated In All India Integrated Medical Association In Association With Punjab Ayurvedic Medical Services Association in Global Ayurveda Meet On Role of Ayurveda In Modern Life Style Disorders
Professional Memberships
Member of Sant Guru Ravidas Ayurveda University Hoshiarpur Punjab
President of Amritsar Drug Manufacturing Association
Member of Bhartiya Vikas Parishad Actively Involved In Organizing Free Ayurvedic Health Checkup Camps To Give Back To The Society
State Elected (Punjab Faculty) Council Member For CCIM (1998-2000)


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I am suffering with cold and cough since 5 days and my hair is also damaged. Please advise

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Take ginger juice nd honey 3-4 times a day, Tulsi loung tea 2-3 times a day. For damaged HAIR use Robin Herbal Shampoo nd Rishi Grow Hair oil.
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Nasya Treatement

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Nasya Treatement

Nasya is an ayurvedic term, a procedure followed for disorders related to migraine, throat, nose, ear, sinusitis and any other organ above the neck. Ayurveda purifies these organs and removes vitiated doshas through the nasal openings. The nasal treatment happens in the form of medicated powders, medicinal fumes, nasal oil or medicated juice.

Efficacy of the treatment:
This form of treatment is tailor made for disease related to ent and eye ailments. The treatment aims at getting the toxins removed from the neck and head region by administering oil through the nasal cavity. Other areas where nasya can be applied to get good results include psychiatry, dentistry, and neurology.

Types of nasya:
As per function, there are 3 different types of nasya brihmana nasya, virechana nasya and shamana nasya. As per quality, nasya can be divided into 2 categories i. E. Pratimarsha nasya and marsha nasya. Some other popular nasal therapy treatment includes the following:

Navana: when nasya is meant for shodhana or snehana, it is termed as navana. This is the most common type of navana and is used forhair fall, headaches and bells palsy tinnitus. Pradhamana: this is a procedure where dry powders get blown into the nostrils through a narrow pipe. It can also be inhaled. Diseases such as epilepsy, sudden unconsciousness and any other diseases related to the brain are treated through this method. Some other herbs that are used along with this method of treatment include vacha, vidanga, maricha etc. Avapeedana: in this form of nasys, juice extracts are injected into the nostrils. 4-6 drops of juice for each nostril are required. This treatment is ideal for patients suffering from poisoning, epilepsy, delirium, rhinitis etc. Dhooma: this form of nasya has 3 subtypes- virechanik, prayogik and snehaik. In dhooma, a patient is made to inhale medicated fume from both the mouth and nostrils for 3-4 times. The exhalation should only happen from the mouth.

Herbs used in nasya karma:
Some common herbs that is used for preparing any nasya preparation include apamarg, vidanga, hingu, tulasi, maricha and lahsuna. Some common oil preparation of nasya includes anu, narayana, marichyadi, shadbindu etc. 

Benefits of nasya treatment:
There are numerous benefits of nasya treatment, some of the notables ones include:

  • It develops and strengthens the shoulders, chest, skin, and neck. The sensory organs become much stronger after nasya therapy of 3-4 weeks. Any person witnessing grey hair can get rid of it with regular nasya treatment. Nasal medication also strengthens the visual site of a person. 
  • It also keeps the seasonal allergies at a bay.
  • It increases immunity.

If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an our panchkarma experts.

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Internal Snehpaan And It's Benefits

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Internal Snehpaan And It's Benefits

Vata diseases. Dryness of the body. Constipation. Neuro muscular skeletal diseases. Preparation for detoxification therapy (vaman and virechana). Oleation (snehana) – internal is carried out as singular therapeutic measure for many diseases but in majority of the cases it is done as preparatory treatment for shodhana therapy (vaman and virechana) procedure

Oleation (snehana) – internal is carried out mainly with the help of medicated ghee selected accordingly to the disease  dosha condition in gradually increasing doses after assessing the agni. At times combination of various other material like oil, ghee, vasa, majja or their combinations are used. There are two methods for internal oleation:

 Acchha sneha. Where a sneha drug (ghee or other) is directly ingested without any addition except a pinch of saindhava. Vicharana sneha. In this case the sneha is mixed with some or other food eaten or it is taken by some other route than oral routediet

Before the oleation (snehana) – internal has to be taken on empty stomach if it is to be used for shodhana therapy. The patient should have taken his last food atleast 10 hrs prior to snehapan. After patient is advised to have only warm water after snehapan (normaly ghee). If other material is used for snehana then accordingly various soups are to be used. Patient is not supposed to have anything except hot water until he still has the smell of the ghee in his eructation. Food should be consumed only when patients feel hungry. Heavy, very spicy junk food must be avoided during the course of the treatment.

Benefitsoleates the body. Moisturizes the entire body from within outside. Improves the elasticity of the body. Increases the mobility of the all the systems. Alleviates the vata. Reduces the pains, aches from the muscle adjoining skeletal system. Dislodges the toxins of the body helps in bringing to the gi tract.

The oleation (snehana) – internal should not be carried out without consultation. Should not be used in the patient with intolerance without testing. The doses has to be increased gradually.

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Panchkarma And Its Benefits

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Panchkarma And Its Benefits

Panchakarma is the ultimate mind-body healing experience for detoxifying the body, strengthening the immune system, and restoring balance and well-being. It is one the most effective healing modality in ayurvedic medicine. It promotes detoxification and rejuvenation. It is recommended on a seasonal basis, as well as when an individual feels out of balance or is experiencing illness.


  • Panchakarma is a sanskrit word that means “five actions” or “five treatments”. This is a process used to clean the body of toxic materials left by disease and poor nutrition. Normally the body has the innate ability to efficiently process and remove these waste materials, including the vitiated doshas. However due to one’s repeated dietary indiscretions, poor exercise patterns, lifestyle, and genetic predisposition the digestive enzymes, metabolic co-factors, hormones, and agnis which regulate the body’s internal homeostasis become disorganized. This can lead to the accumulation and spread of toxins throughout the physiology resulting in disease. This waste matter is called ama in ayurveda. Ama is a foul-smelling, sticky, harmful substance that needs to be completely evacuated from the body.
  • Panchakarma will remove the excess doshas and correct imbalances in them as well as eliminate the harmful ama out of your system through the body’s own organs and channels of elimination (colon, sweat glands, lungs, bladder, urinary tract, stomach, intestines, etc). Panchakarma purifies the tissues at a very deep level. It involves daily massages and oil baths, herbal enemas, nasal administrations. It is a very pleasurable experience. Ayurveda recommends panchakarma as a seasonal treatment for maintaining mental and physical hygiene and balance.
  • Panchakarma is a five-fold therapy; it is highly individualized based on the needs of the individual depending on the ayurvedic constitutional type, doshic imbalances, age, digestive strength, immune status, and many other factors. Depending on each individual’s needs all or only parts of the five therapies are utilized. Specially trained therapists must administer these procedures in a definite sequence for a specified period of time. In addition, although panchakarma is for the most part a delightful and comfortable therapy, there can be periods of discomfort associated with the profound release of toxins, which does occur. It is therefore essential that a knowledgeable expert who can recognize the signs of properly and improperly administered panchakarma supervise the therapy. Fortunately these signs were meticulously recorded by the ancient vaidyas.
  • The panchakarma means pancha and karma. Pancha means five and karma means therapy (treatment).

The five methods or panchakarma are the elimination of vitiated doshas from the body.

Panchakarma: snehan 

  • Swedan
  • Vamana
  • Virechana
  • Bastianuvasana vastiniroohavasti
  • Nasya 

Before doing this panchakarma procedures a physician has to consider the strength, age, sex, disease condition, constitution etc, of the patient.

Panchakarma benefits:

The vitiated doshas will be eliminated from the body through the elementary tract. The power of digestion and metabolism is enhanced. Diseases are cured and health is restored. The sense faculties, mind, intelligence and complexion becomes clear. Gains strength. The individual will not be affected by old age and lives long healthily. Rejuvenates the body. Prevents diseases in the body. Increases power of immunity. Nourishes the body. Revitalises the nervous system.

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Abhyangam: The Royal Body Massage

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Abhyangam: The Royal Body Massage

Abhayangam or snehan means body massage. It can be done on full body or on the affected part. It is one of the pre-purification measures of detox therapy and in certain diseases it can work as main therapy. Oil is massaged into the skin through gentle to medium pressured strokes; that helps to eliminate body toxins and makes the superficial and deep skin tissues soft and supple. Snehana is done daily for three to seven days or more, as indicated by panchkarma physician.

Indication: vata diseases like joint pain neuromuscular skeletal diseases, fatigue, dryness of the body, as rejuvenative technique, anti wrinkle and anti ageing.

Abhyangam is the application of warm, herb-infused oil to the entire body from head to toe. As the oil is applied to the skin using rhythmic motions and synchronized massage movements; it penetrates deep into the tissues to eliminate toxins at the cellular level. It prepares the body for shoddhan procedures like vaman (medicated emesis) and virechana (medicated purgation).

Post abhyangam: steam with herbal decoction is advised after this process so that the deep seated toxins get eliminated outof the body through sweating.

Before therapy:

Patient is advised not to have a heavy meal before the therapy. He can consume liquid foods like hot milk or soup in moderation prior to procedure.

After therapy: patient is advised not to have anything for procedure. Heavy, spicy and junk food must be avoided during the course of the treatment.


  • Rejuvenates whole body
  • Enhances blood circulation
  • Beautifies and moisturizes the skin
  • Tones muscles and increases tissue strength
  • Enhances joint mobility
  • Alleviates vata dosha
  • Reduces the pains and aches in the muscles and the adjoining skeletal system
  • Removes the toxins of the body
  • For taking any advise regarding panchkarma you can contact our panchkarma experts.
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Vasti - The Wonder Panchkarma Treatment

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), B.Sc
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Vasti - The Wonder Panchkarma Treatment

Are you thinking of undergoing an ayurvedic panchakarma treatment for its various health benefits? in panchakarma treatment, five procedures are undertaken for eliminating the vitalized doshas from the body. The five procedures are nasyam (medicines injected through nose), vaman (medicated emesis) virechan (medicated purgation) anuvasan vasti (medicated oil enema) niruha vasti (medicated dexoction enema). Among these five types vasti is considered to be the primary panchakarma treatment and it refers to medicated enema (injecting medicines through anus). As the medicine reaches the bowels directly without any enzymatic actions, this therapy is very effective.

Types of vasti
Vasti is carried out along with other ayurvedic treatments in many cases. Vasti has a great healing capability and is considered to be the half treatment for many diseases. The treatment is primarily used for flushing out loosened doshas from the body via the intestinal tract. In ayurveda, there are several types of vasti or medicated enemas. Here is a list of the most common vastis in ayurveda along with their various benefits:

Uro vasti: urobasti is a herbal oil treatment therapy, which is used as a part of panchakarma therapy for the treatment of muscular chest pain, cardiac problems. Problems such as pain in the sternum, intense anxiety, chest pain and many others are cured by this form of vasti. It also helps in restoring normal skin elasticity.

Kati vasti: this is a type of vasti in which heat gets applied to a specific part of the back. It is done by retaining warm and medicated oils. A dam, made of herbal dough, gets built in the area which is affected in the back and oil is poured. The oil is left there, which rejuvenates the back muscles and ligaments by easing the pain, swelling and tension. This therapy helps in getting relief from acute and chronic back pain, lumbar spondylosis, sciatica, osteoporosis and a prolapsed disc. Sciatica pain is relieved and pain in intervertebral disc prolapsed is reduced as well. The nerves get stimulated, easing pain and numbness. This vasti is also prescribed for treating rheumatoid arthritis, lumbosacral strain and disc bulge.

Sneha vasti or oil enema: in sneha vasti, only medicated oils or ghrithams are used unlike in other vastis, where a combination of various ingredients with predominant decoctions are used.

Vasti treatment accounts for being the most effective ayurvedic panchakarma treatment. It helps in alleviating constipation, distention, chronic fever, sexual disorders, kidney stones, common cold, neck pain, cervical pain, migraine, backache, slipdisc, fibromyalgia. There are more than 80 disorders which are related to vata, many of which are treated with vasti therapy. These may include sciatica, rheumatism, arthritis and gout.

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