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Sri Mahaveer Yoga Nature Cure and Research Sanstha

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Shri Mahavirji is famous for its a Jain temple where the management committee runs a health service centre in the name of “Sri Mahaveer Yoga Nature Cure and Research Sansthan”. It has wonderful naturopaths in an adjoining building who lovingly attend patients in peaceful wards. It has its own building, treatment wards and laboratory in a peaceful environment.

People who believe in nature cure come here round the year and are looked after by experienced naturopathic physicians. Known for its mud therapies, the centre also helps to seek remedies for diabetes, and disorders relating to the respiratory and digestive systems.

All diseases are cure using naturopathy. Naturopathy is the system of therapeutics in which surgery and prescription medications are avoided, and preparations such as vitamins, nutritional supplements, and herbs are used to treat and prevent disease. It is a method of treating disease using food and exercise and heat to assist the natural healing process.

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