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Ayurveda, the name derived from – ‘Ayus’ (Life) & ‘Veda’ (Science) – is a form of alternative medicine based on the principle that disease is caused by an imbalance of life forces.

Derived from spiritual visions received by Indian Rishis (Sanskrit for ‘Seers of Truth’) 5000 years ago, it is attributed to Lord Dhanwanthari in Hindu mythology, who received it from Lord Brahma.

Ayurveda is the oldest existing system of medical practice and was followed by the Dravidians and Aryans alike and Ayurveda has been practiced ever since. It is regarded by proponents as a complete way of life aimed at spiritual, mental and social well-being as well as physical health.

Ayurveda does not seek to treat the symptoms of disease. Instead, it seeks to restore the underlying balance of the doshas. The Ayurvedic Practitioner diagnoses a patient’s constitutional type and imbalance through such techniques as questioning, specialized pulse measurements and observation of the tongue, eyes, nails, face & skin, voice quality, urine, and breath odour.

Ayurvedic therapies focus on life style changes and herbal remedies, concentrating on diet, exercise, yoga, meditation, massage, herbal tonics, steam baths, enemas and other alternative medical practices. Ayurveda is considered as a preventive as well as curative therapy that can strengthen the immune system against diseases viz., back pain, arthritis, tension, headache, high blood pressure, obesity, constipation, allergies & cold, insomnia, anxiety, depression and other stress disorders.

For more than four decades CKKM has been a widely recognized and respected brand in Ayurveda - the traditional Indian Medical Science, and still remain as one of Kerala’s premier Ayurvedic medicine manufacturing unit and treatment centre offering Ayurvedic remedy and providing continued consultant care.

CKKM, also a certified GMP holder, manufacture around 450 plus classical medicines at the factory in Tripunithura.
All classical formulations as well as patented medicines are manufactured following the traditional method and based on the Ayurvedic Formulary of India and distributed country wide.


  • Arishtasavas

    Asavas and Arishtas are specially prepared Ayurvedic medicines. While Asavas are made using herbal juices or herbs soaked in water, Arishtas are prepared by decoction. Both Asavas and Arishtas are liquid in nature and have a sweet taste.

  • Kashayas

    Kashaya or kashayam is the commonest type of Ayurvedic medicines. Kashayas are herbal combination decoctions derived after several hours of boiling at specific heat. Medicinal herbs are added at the right intervals to retain optimum quality of the medicine.

  • Choornams

    Ayurvedic preparation which is in powder form commonly called as choornam.
    They are powders of formulations, indicated for both internal and external application as directed by the Physician.

  • Lehya Rasayanas

    They are semi solid preparations made from a combination of decoctions, juices of selected medicines, powdered medicines, ghee, oil, jaggery, sugar, honey, etc. It contains vitamins, proteins, and other nutrients and has very good body building property and increases immunity of the body.

  • Grutham

    Are ghee based preparations containing decoctions of medicines and other liquid preparations like Mamsa Rasa, etc. Intake of Grithas need strict diet control   and should be administered under Physician’s advice.

  • Gulikas

    Or vatakas are prepared after grinding the powdered medicines in decoctions or juices of selected medicines for a particular time and made into the form of tablets.

  • Bhasmas

    Are unique Ayurvedic metallic preparations with herbal juices/fruits, and widely recommended for treatment of a variety of chronic ailments. The bhasmas are biologically produced nanoparticles and are taken along with milk, butter, honey, or ghee and should be administered under Physician’s advice.

  • Medicated Oils

    Preparations of each medicated oil have its own unique procedure. And the degree of cooking varies depending on the purpose and mode of application also. Generally the procedure of making medicated oils requires a liquid part, paste part and a powder part, apart from the oil. The liquid part can be more than one and it varies like, fresh herbal juices, decoctions, milk, yoghurt, water, etc. The paste can be grinded fresh herbs or dried herbs grinded with water. The powder part is usually aromatic ingredients and resins which hold volatile essences and that goes in nearly at the end of the procedure.