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Dr. Vishrut Newaskar

Dr. Vishrut Newaskar

Dr. Vishrut Newaskar

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10 Years Experience Overall

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Dr. Vishrut Newaskar is a Ayurveda in Bandra West, Mumbai and has an experience of 10 years in this field. Dr. Vishrut Newaskar practices at Krasa Skin and Hair Clinic in Bandra West, Mumbai. He completed BAMS from Maharashtra Universtity of Health Sciences, Nashik in 2008. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Migraine Treatment,Constipation Treatment,Liver Disease Treatment,Arthritis Management and Obesity Treatment etc.

Bandra West, Mumbai

Krasa Skin and Hair Clinic


First Floor, Shiv Darshan, 33rd Road, Landmark: Opposite Mini Punjab Hotel & Above Parmar Jewellers, Mumbai

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Tue - Sat

02:00 - 08:00


02:00 - 04:30

Max. 15 mins wait + Verified details

Common questions & answers

Q: What is the meaning of Ayurveda?

A: Ayurveda is an ancient system of healing illness which means "science of life" (Ayur = life and Veda = science). Ayurveda recognises human being as part of nature and is governed by three major energies termed as "Vata" (wind), "Pitta" (fire), and "Kapha" (earth).

Q: What are ayurvedic medicines?

A: Ayurvedic medicines are India's oldest and a traditional medical system for treating illnesses. These medicines are referred to in ancient writings which majorly consist of plant product and may include animal product, metal, and mineral.

Q: Are ayurvedic medicines effective?

A: According to scientific clinical trials on some ayurvedic medicines, it is proved that these medicines are equally effective as that of allopathic medicines.

Q: Are ayurvedic medicines safe?

A: Ayurvedic medicinal preparation may include metal, minerals and gems which may pose a risk of increased metal and mineral levels in body which may be dangerous. Thus, they should be taken only from a reputed, experienced and genuine qualified ayurvedic doctor.

Q: Is it safe to use ayurvedic medicines in pregnancy?

A: No, it is not safe to use ayurvedic medicines without consultation of your doctor or child's doctor during pregnancy or if you are breastfeeding your baby. These medicines may contain some component which may be harmful for development of your baby.



BAMS - Maharashtra Universtity of Health Sciences, Nashik, 2008


2010 - 2019 Director & Ayurveda Consultant at Krasa Skin & Hair Clinic


I-64387-A Maharashtra Council of Indian Medicine, 2010
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