Camilla's private India excursion included Ayurvedic treatments and vegetarian eating

Camilla, Queen Consort of Cornwall, recently returned from a private trip to India, where she indulged in Ayurvedic treatments and vegetarian fare.
She visited the holistic health and wellness centre "Soukya," though the specifics of her trip are yet unknown. She recently made her first private trip abroad, to India, where she attended a wellness retreat in Bengaluru.
The 75-year-old wife of King Charles was spotted at a retreat named Soukya in Whitefield. However, few details about her visit have been made public.
Soukya is a "holistic wellness destination" with a 30-acre organic farm, as described on the website. The goal of the retreat is to restore harmony to the guest's mind, body, and soul. It promotes itself as the "first-of-its-kind healing refuge," using a method that "integrates multiple ancient, time-tested, and natural systems of medicine like Ayurveda, homoeopathy, yoga, and naturopathy."
Soukya's website lists a variety of medical conditions that they treat, such as addiction, lifestyle and metabolic disorders; skin conditions; ophthalmology, otology, and otorhinolaryngology; cancer rehabilitation; developmental delays in children; reproductive problems; musculoskeletal and neurological issues; respiratory problems; and mental health issues. It has been said that King Charles III and his wife have had a long affiliation with Soukya and have been strong supporters of integrative therapy. The menu promises "low fat, low salt, and low spice" and describes itself as "ovo-vegetarian cuisine," which incorporates both vegetarian and vegan options. In reality, the menu has been carefully crafted to offer "well-balanced sattvic cuisine," which is tasty and nutritious. In the "organic garden and orchards," the food is grown naturally.

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