If you are looking for Complementary or Alternative medicine and therapies for any Health problem.

  1. Worried about your health?
  2. How to maintain your good health?
  3. How to get rid of health problem?
  4. What life style or diet style should you adopt?
  5. How your body can heal itself with the help of natural diet and life style changes?
  6. What are the herbs or herbal products that can bring your optimum health?

If you are serious about your health with above questions in mind then you are at right place.

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On week days at VED COURT, Alexandra Road, Hounslow TW3 1LS


About Us

Our chief Vaidya Dr. Raghu is an Ayurveda graduate (B.A.M.S) from "Delhi University".

He has furthermore taken his Post Graduation M.D.in Ayurveda with specialization in Pediatrics (Kaumarbhritya); from Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar. He also holds a Re-orientation certificate in "Yoga" from the "Ministry of Health". Govt.of India.He is continuing his PhD from Varanasi. Read more


“It is called ayurveda because it tells us which substances, qualities and actions are life enhancing, and which are not.”

Ayurveda originated in India long back in pre-vedic period. Rigveda and Atharva-veda ( 5000 years B.C.), the earliest documented ancient Indian knowledge have references on health and diseases. Ayurved texts like Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita were documented about 1000 years B.C.
The term Ayurveda means ‘Science of Life’.

It deals elaborately with measures for healthful living during the entire span of life and its various phases. Besides, dealing with principles for maintenance of health, it has also developed a wide range of therapeutic measures to combat illness. These principles of positive health and therapeutic measures relate to physical, mental, social and spiritual welfare of human beings.
Thus Ayurveda becomes one of the oldest systems of health care dealing with both the preventive and curative aspects of life in a most comprehensive way and presents a close similarity to the WHO’s concept of health propounded in the modern era.
A perusal of its several classical treatises indicates presence of two schools of Physicians and Surgeons and eight specialities.


Over 5 years ago after a bout of kidney stones I was diagnosed with a very rare blood disorder called Hairy Cell Leukemia. After much research I decided to avoid chemotherapy and opted for several natural cures. In due course I realised that I needed to place myself under an authorised natural medical practitioner of some sort. I went to see Dr Sharma in London. He was very honest and said that although he couldn't promise to CURE my cancer that he could help me manage it. Now beyond the the years promised by Chemotherapy Dr Sharma has successfully helped me to live a happy active healthy life without any of the devastating side effects I would have suffered with Chemotherapy. I'm very grateful for his simple regime of diet and herbs which has greatly prolonged not only the length of my life but it's quality as well.''
May the Lord bless him.

Jeffrey Negron aka Jiva Pavana dasa

These eight disciplines are generally called "Ashtanga Ayurveda" and are:

  • Internal Medicine(Kaya Chikitsa)
  • Paediatrics(Kaumar Bhritya)
  • Psychiatry( Bhoot Vidya)
  • Oto rhino laryngology(E.N.T) and Ophthalmology(Shalakya)
  • Surgery( Shalya)
  • Toxicology( Agad Tantra)
  • Geriatrics(Rasayana)
  • Eugenics and aphrodisiacs(Vajikarana)