Dr.Varsha is an Ayurveda doctor with 3 years of experience. She has a degree in the Indian system of medicine and MD in the field of Ayurveda Pharmacology (Dravyaguna). She has diverse work experience as a senior consultant for Government of India health projects in the northeastern and southern parts of India, under CCRAS (Central Council for research in Ayurveda sciences) and as a physician at clinics and rehabilitation centers.
Dr. Varsha is passionate about the Ayurvedic approach of usage of medicinal plants for therapeutic benefits in various diseases. She earned her bachelor's degree in Ayurveda medicine from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and MD from NTR University of Health Sciences.
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