Waharaka Hela Osu

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The practice of Eastern holistic and indigenous medicine traces its roots back over thousands of years. This practice was so advanced and ahead of its time that even 18000 years ago such treatments were capable of treating ailments of the brain. Practiced in time in memorial, Hela Wedakama can be traced back to Jeevaka, who became the healer of the Buddha’s physical body and Pulasthi Isiwara Rishi, the son of the emperor Tharaka and grandson of the emperor Rawana lived about 4400 years ago in Sri Lanka. He is known to have been a skilled physician who followed the healing methods of Jeevaka. Historical texts mention that Pulasthi Rishi participated in the 1st conference of Rishis (seekers of knowledge) held in the Himalaya Kingdom (India) and that he was from Sri Lanka.

Driven by the desire to revive this rich and vibrant heritage, the most Ven. Hon. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Maha Thero, who through in-depth study and meditation on the methods of Jeewaka, developed the Waharaka methodology, using which, he had treated hundreds of thousands of laypersons since 2013 with the intention of treating any and all maladies and illnesses plaguing humans worldwide through these indigenous plant-based holistic treatments. These unique treatments are now offered to all under a singularly unique philosophy: “May the mental and physical wellbeing you receive translate into the noblest of virtues”

THE MOST VEN. HON. WAHARAKA ABAYARATHANALANKARA MAHA THERO - The Founder

The practice of Eastern holistic and indigenous medicine traces its roots back over thousands of years. This practice was so advanced and ahead of its time that even 18000 years ago such treatments were capable of treating ailments of the brain. Practiced in time in memorial, Hela Wedakama can be traced back to Jeevaka, who became the healer of the Buddha’s physical body and Pulasthi Isiwara Rishi, the son of the emperor Tharaka and grandson of the emperor Rawana lived about 4400 years ago in Sri Lanka. He is known to have been a skilled physician who followed the healing methods of Jeevaka. Historical texts mention that Pulasthi Rishi participated in the 1st conference of Rishis (seekers of knowledge) held in the Himalaya Kingdom (India) and that he was from Sri Lanka.

Driven by the desire to revive this rich and vibrant heritage, the most Ven. Hon. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Maha Thero, who through in-depth study and meditation on the methods of Jeewaka, developed the Waharaka methodology, using which, he had treated hundreds of thousands of laypersons since 2013 with the intention of treating any and all maladies and illnesses plaguing humans worldwide through these indigenous plant-based holistic treatments. These unique treatments are now offered to all under a singularly unique philosophy: “May the mental and physical wellbeing you receive translate into the noblest of virtues”

 

Chairman's Massage

I have been fascinated with the nation’s ancient Vedic practices and cures and the concept of Hela Wedakama since 2010, and was given the task of leading Waharaka Hela Osu as its Chairman, when the most Ven. Hon. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Maha Thero founded the company in late 2013, at which time the concept of Hela Wedakama was in the midst of a resurgence.

One of our greatest triumphs came in the face of the worldwide pandemic of COVID 19, wherein the reincorporated Waharaka Hela Osu, rose to the forefront of the fight against this fatal virus in 2020 and our Waharaka Fever Syrup and other treatments brought healing and relief to thousands.

To this day, Waharaka Hela Osu operates not for profit, but more as a service and remains steadfastly committed and dedicated to curing any and all ailments that are currently plaguing mankind as well as those that may arise in the future.

 

MESSAGE FROM DR. KELUM LANKESHWARA MBBS COLOMBO (CHIEF CONSULTANT)

While I am a physician and practioner of western medicine, my thirst for the ancient knowledge used by Vedic’s to cure and treat patients centuries ago led me to the Most. Ven. Hon. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Maha Thero in 2011. The transformative learning experience I had under this most learned visionary led to my education in several forgotten mystic remedies and cures and witnessing the translation of these cures into actual practice and the relief they have brought to millions of patients has been the purest blessing in my life.

Wharaka Hela Osu has been, without a doubt, the direct result of these 100% indigenous plant-based cures all of which are non-toxic and without side effects and have been carefully crafted and curated to revolutionize the curing of almost all illnesses in the centuries to come, not only as medication but also as a food supplement. 

THE REVIVAL OF INDIGENOUS MEDECINE (HELA WEDAKAMA)

The Indigenous Medicine of Sri Lanka or “Hela Wedakama” as it is known is Sri Lanka’s unique centuries old heritage of a series of ancient indigenous medical practices passed down from one generation to the next. While Some ancient cities of Sri Lanka including Polonnaruwa, Medirigiriya, Anuradhapura and Mihinthale still hold the ruins of what may well be the first hospitals in the world, Sri Lanka lays proud claim to the fact that it is the first country in the world to have pioneered the establishment of systematic hospitals solely based on Hela Wedakama.

Sri Lankans of the past developed their own indigenous medicine system based on prescriptions passed down from generation to generation over the course of the country’s 3,000-year history. With its survival and longevity sustained by the country’s ancient kings, who were also prominent physicians, the practice of Hela Wedakama was preserved.

Ancient inscriptions on rock surfaces unearthed by archeologists have revealed that organized medical services existed within the country for centuries. In fact, Sri Lanka is likely the first country in the world to have established dedicated hospitals with the capability of performing surgeries. One of the Nation’s most historically significant rocks, Mihintale still holds the ruins of historians believe to be the first hospital in the world. Today, these locations symbolize the traditional sense of healing and care, prevalent at that time.

Vediks or indigenous physicians had in countless accounts of the Nation’s history benefited from royal patronage which in turn endowed them with prestige in social hierarchy. From this legacy stems a well-known Sri Lankan saying: “If you cannot be a king, become a healer.”

Traditional indigenous medicine had, by and large died out in Sri Lanka with the advent and ravages of European colonialism and the growth in popularity of prescription drugs. In recent years, however, increasing numbers those seeking out alternative remedies to persistent chronic ailments in traditional Sri Lankan medicine, āyurvedic hela wedakama is now seeing a resurgence in the country and indeed across the world.

Bankers

Sampath Bank – Homagama Branch

Bank Of Ceylon – Homagama Branch