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Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that originated in India and has been practiced for thousands of years. Ayurveda believes that health and wellness depend on a balance between the mind, body, and spirit. According to Ayurveda, each person has a unique constitution or prakriti, which is determined by the combination of three doshas or energies: vata, pitta, and kapha. Ayurveda offers various treatments for lifestyle disorders, such as stress, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and insomnia. These treatments include dietary changes, herbal remedies, yoga, meditation, massage, and detoxification. Ayurveda aims to restore the harmony of the doshas and promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Panchakarma

Panchakarma is a bio cleaning regimen intended to eliminate the toxic elements from the body and thereby enhance the quality of life. Panchakarma presents a unique approach of Ayurveda with specially designed five procedures of internal purification of the body. It is a procedure in which Utklista doshas (humours) are expelled out through the nearest route after Snehana and Swedana. It is a curative line of treatment for all diseases which are not amenable to Shamana Chikitsa.

The panchakarmas explained in ayurvedic classics are Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana.

Panchakarma can also be administered in Swastha (healthy individual) as a preventive measure. Besides the application in the treatment of disease, they are also used as preparatory measures before surgery and before administration of Rasayana (rejuvenation therapy).

Why Panchakarma?

Panchakarma is mainly administered with the intention of Shodhana(cleaning). But along with Shodhana effect, it imparts other benefits like Brimhana, Rasayana, and Shamana etc. Along with Panchakarma its Upakramas like Udvartana, Utsadana, Abhyanga, Shirodhara etc being successfully practised in the treatment of a wide variety of disorders. Panchakarma and Para Panchakarma Procedures are widely useful in the treatment of Acute and Chronic disorders. In most of the acute manifested disorders, Ama or Agnimandhya will be associated. In such conditions directly Panchakarma cannot be administered. But for correcting Sama Stage and Agni Mandya Dipana –Pachana, Ruksha Svedana like Valuka Sveda, Churna Pinda Sveda etc may be employed and later on disease/Dosha specific Panchakarma can be employed.

  • Method of bio-purification through natural orifices
  • Unique treatment modality
  • Real pathogenesis breaker
  • “Na Punarudbhava” – Long-lasting effect

Varieties of Panchakarma Treatment

Vamana (Emesis therapy)

  • Vamana detoxifies by removing excess Kapha dosha, eliminating toxins, mucus, and impurities from the upper respiratory and gastrointestinal tract
  • Indicated for conditions with excessive Kapha like obesity, asthma, allergies, and skin disorders, it's also used preventively
  • Vamana involves controlled vomiting with herbal preparations, followed by post-therapy care and a tailored diet plan for recovery and balance

Virechana (Purgation therapy)

  • Virechana is Ayurvedic purgation therapy that eliminates excess Pitta and toxins through controlled laxative administration, supporting liver and digestive health
  • Indicated for Pitta-related issues like skin disorders, gastritis, and jaundice, it balances the body's heat and acidity
  • Virechana involves supervised use of herbal purgatives, followed by post-therapy care and dietary adjustments to restore balance and health

Basti (Enema therapy)

  • Basti is Ayurvedic enema therapy for balancing Vata dosha, using medicated herbal oils or decoctions to cleanse the colon and nourish the body
  • Indicated for Vata-related disorders like constipation, arthritis, and neurological issues, it calms and strengthens the nervous system
  • Basti therapy involves administering enemas under supervision, followed by post-treatment measures and dietary guidelines to restore Vata balance and overall well-being

Nasya (Errhine therapy)

  • Nasya is Ayurvedic errhine therapy, involving nasal administration of herbal oils or powders to cleanse and rejuvenate the upper respiratory tract
  • Indicated for respiratory conditions, allergies, and sinus issues, it promotes nasal health and mental clarity
  • Nasya therapy includes specialized nasal treatments, followed by post-treatment care and lifestyle recommendations for enhanced respiratory and mental well-being

Raktamoksana (Blood letting therapy)

  • Raktamoksana is Ayurvedic bloodletting therapy to remove excess Pitta-related impurities, toxins, and imbalances, promoting circulatory health
  • Indicated for skin disorders, blood-related issues, and some inflammatory conditions, it helps purify the blood
  • Raktamoksana involves controlled bloodletting procedures, under professional supervision, followed by aftercare measures to restore balance and overall health