Ayrvedic Panchakarma in Tiruvannamalai
Panchakarma Detoxification is a pack of five ayurvedic treatments administered to the patient the eliminate all the toxins from the body. In this process, there are treatments involved with medicated herbs and Oils and different massages, Vomiting, Inhalation of oils, and medicated smoke enema to cleanse the digestive root and so on.
Because we pollute ourselves in many ways, mostly by the food we eat and other sources like air, sound, etc.
Ayurveda recommends undergoing this detoxification treatment at least once every year. This process helps in getting rid of all impurities and toxins accumulated over the year from their body.
Because we pollute our self by may ways. Mostly by food what we eat and other sources like air, sound etc…
Ayurveda recommends them to undergo this detoxification treatment at least once every year. This process helps in getting rid of all impurities and toxins accumulated over the year from their body.
In some cases, Panchakarma itself can cure many chronic diseases and prevent the need for future treatments.
What are the Five Panchakarma Treatments:
The five Major therapys are
- Vamana: Therapeutic vomiting.
- Virechana: Purgation.
- Basti: Herbalized oil enemas.
- Nasya: Nasal irrigation.
- Raktamokshana: Bloodletting.
WHY PANCH KARMA?
- Ability of Evacuation
- superiority of Efficacy
- Enormity of Procedure
- The target of Dosha Eradication
- Multiplicity of Action
- Promotive (rejuvenating) and Preventive health care
- Kayakalpa of the whole body
- Curative treatment of Chronic disease
Vamana is a treatment procedure of inducing vomiting sensation in cases of patients with kapha dosha vitiation as it acts as a bio-cleansing measure meant for the elimination of doshas (especially kapha dosha) accumulated in the upper gastro intestinal tract by inducing vomiting with the administration of emetics. It is told in the classical ayurvedic texts that Vamana is the main treatment procedure to pacify the vitiated kapha dosha. Certain diseases originate because of accumulation/ vitiation of phlegm/ Kapha. Hence, the elimination of the excessive vitiated kapha dosha will help prevent and cure such diseases.
Virechana is a therapeutic procedure that bring the desired levels of purgation with the administration of different kinds of virechana medicines, according to the disease condition as well as patient condition. Generally, all modes purificatory methods in the branch of Panchakarma are conducted after the pre-operatory procedures such as the snehana (oleation) and swedana (sudation). Since, virechana therapy is a kind of medicated purificatory method of purgation therapy in which the purgation initiates with the digestion of the medicines given to induce virechana, the ingredients of the medicinal preparations generally include hepatoprotective drugs too. Hence, they are efficient in cleansing the body from excess pitta dosha accumulation, purifying blood and rectifying any metabolic errors. Virechana karma primarily concentrates on the excessively accumulated vitiated pitta dosha noticed from certain symptomatic representations, complaints of the patients etc.
Herbalized oil enemas
Vast karma is the procedure by which a mixture of various medicines in suspension form are administered to the rectum per anal region or genitourinary tract using Vasti yantra. It is the most important procedure among Panchakarma procedures and the most appropriate remedial measure to pacify the vitiated Vata dosha. According to the nature of medicine used
The treatment procedure of administering medicines through the nostrils is called Nasya. Nasya is indicated mainly in aggravated and accumulated doshas especially the kapha dosha above the shoulder region. Along with drug selection, its route of administration frames an outline for the whole treatment. It is already clinically understood that the delicate mucosal layers of the nasal passages and the eustachian tubes of the ears require minimum lubrication to stay healthy, balanced and protected especially in the colder climates. Dry sinuses are easily irritated by pollutants, pollens and dry air etc.
Rakta Mokshanam is the procedure of bloodletting by several means depending on the dosha-roga- rogi principles of Ayurveda shastra. The treatment procedure comes under the purificatory treatments (shodhana therapy). Blood, being a connective tissue leads to various serious health issues on getting vitiated with the accumulated doshas. Hence, in chronic conditions internal medications may not be enough to pacify the doshas circulating the whole body. In such situations the different means of bloodletting are employed accordingly.