Most of the Kerala Ayurveda hospitals have branches in the major cities and some even ensure that the medicines are available throughout the metros across the Indian sub-continent. Those who travel abroad ensure that their year round supply of ayurvedic medicines is not obstructed due to lack of availability by carrying it across the globe. Some manufacturers ensure that it is exported to various countries but certain medicines for some diseases have to be consumed fresh and each time it will be freshly prepared for consumption. Such medicines will not be available elsewhere and the patient must either complete the course during the hospital stay or seek advice of the doctor during the regular follow up sessions. Infections or diseases that are of a recurring nature should be given extra care so that they do not trouble the patient again even after the treatment process. In order to ensure this the patient must follow the instructions given even post treatment. This care involves following strict diet regimen – avoiding foods that are not easy to digest, exercising regularly, routine oil massages and ensuring the body and the mind gets adequate rest and is free from stress. Ayurveda teaches us to lead a simple and holistic way of living and too much of anything will not do well for the body. Any disruption in the natural balance of the three doshas ‘vata-pitta-kapha’ leads to weakness and illness and the treatment given will be to restore the lost balance back to equilibrium.