Ayurvedic Panchakarma

Panchakarma

Panchakarma: Introduction of Panchakarma

Ayurveda emphasizes preventative and healing therapies along with various methods of purification and rejuvenation..

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Panchakarma: Benefits of Panchakarma

Panchakarma is a very powerful and very nurturing method for balancing, detoxifying and restoring the human body. Panchakarma has been an essential component of Ayurveda’s 5000 years of continuous practice.

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Panchakarma: Basic Principles

It is the preparation of the body for deep cleansing. The physician on the basis of the patient’s constitution decides it.

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Panchakarma: Prime Treatments of Panchakarma

Intensive Treatment offers all the proved traditional Ayurvedic Treatments based on the concept of Panchakarma by our chief doctor.

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Panchakarma: Wellness Programs

Rejuvenation means making a person young again. The term used in Ancient Ayurveda texts for the rejuvenation treatment is Rasayana.

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Main Features of Panchakarma

Panchakarma: Preliminary Steps

The Digestive Therapy (Pachana), digests and liquefies toxins in various tissues and channels of the body. This is accomplished by increasing the digestive fire of the body by means of ingesting specific herbs.

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Panchakarma Features: Vaman

Vamana is a medicated emesis therapy, which removes Kapha toxins collected in the body and the respiratory tract. This is given to people with high Kapha imbalance.

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Panchakarma Features: Virechana

Virechana is medicated purgation therapy, it is the cleansing of the Pitta and the purification of the blood toxins from the body that are accumulated in the liver and gallbladder; it completely cleanses the gastro-intestinal tract.

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Panchakarma Features: Basti

The term basti has been derived from the fact that the Basti yantra (apparatus) used for introducing medicated materials is made up of Basti or animals' urinary bladder. Basti is among the major panchakarma procedures.

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Panchakarma Features: Nasya

Nasya Karma or Shirovirechan is the administration of medicines through the nose either to subside congestion or to expel vitiated Doshas out.

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Panchakarma Features: Raktmokshan

Blood letting is used to eliminate toxins that are absorbed into the bloodstream through the gastrointestinal tract. This process purifies the blood.

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Panchakarma Features: Duration of Panchakarma

It is advised to get plenty of rest during the panchakarma experience and to avoid strenuous exercise, sexual activity, late nights, loud music, television and other such stimulating experiences.

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