Ayurveda, the science of life, is the ancient art of healing through maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This has been practiced since thousands of years on the Indian subcontinent, including Sri Lanka. It is the traditional answer for the lukewarm allopathic treatments comes with the side effects. Since it is based on the concept of harmony between man and the nature on a holistic approach towards health, it provides cures on a deeper level compared to allopathic medicine. Due to this currently there is a growing demand for Ayurvedic and traditional medicine throughout the world. Indian subcontinent and Sri Lanka has become the main hub for practising Ayurveda and indigenous medicine in south Asia. The region claims to draw millions of people seeking better treatments for their ailments from around the world every year.
Gunawardhana Ayurvedic medical centre in Anuradhapura is one of the leading treatment centres practising Ayurveda and indigenous medicine in Sri Lanka. It was founded by Dr. Sarath Somasiri Gunawardhana, who is a reputed Ayurvedic doctor specialized in treatments for heart diseases and male/female infertility apart from the “Sarwanga roga” treatments. He has more than forty years of experience and claims to have cured thousands of people worldwide. He provides only the best quality medicine for his patients, which assure their speedy and healthy recovery. Majority of his medicines are freshly prepared using rare and expensive medicinal plants and herbs directly collected from the medicinal garden at Oyamaduwa and partly imported from India.
Gunawardhana Ayurvedic medical centre is located in Anuradhapura near to the sacred city of ancient Anuradhapura Kingdom. It is currently a clinic only accepting out patients. Dr Gunawardhana sees about 70 patients a day on appointment basis only. Patients can book an appointment by calling the contact number 0252223128 on the previous day. Foreign patients are encouraged to make an appointment through their agents or by directly emailing us. City of Anuradhapura is well connected by railway and high ways. The city is about four hours’ drive from the capital Colombo.
Dr. Gunawardhana’s Ayurvedic Medical centre on Japanese Sri Lanka travel Guide.