“Panchakarma” is an ayurvedic treatment methodology that offers intensive waste elimination from the body on a cellular level. The Panchakarma treatment boosts health and well-being. Panchakarma is a unique detoxification and regeneration program.
In Sanskrit, Panchakarma means “five actions” or “five treatments”.
Ayurveda recommends Panchakarma as a seasonally appropriate treatment to maintain mental and physical harmony.
Pancha “karma” refers to Ayurveda’s five detoxification treatments that remove the body’s accumulated toxins and mucus (Aama). Treatments include
Read the details explanation of the Five Panchakarma therapies.
A panchakarma procedure called Vamana or emesis involves inducing vomiting to relieve toxins in the upper part of the body and regulate the water element Kapha.
This treatment helps in the treatment and prevention of excessive Kapha-related disorders and regulates the water element in the upper part of the body. As a result of the treatment, you will feel “light as a feather” and at peace.
Virechana involves administering purgative substances to cleanse pitta through the lower pathways. Three days after Vamana, Virechana should be given. For individuals who do not require Vamana, virechana should be given. Both cases require three days of internal oleation, preferably both snehana (oleation) and svedana (sweating), which are Purva karma. Virechana cleanses blood toxins, sweat glands, kidneys, stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, spleen, and rakta vaha srotas.
In pathogenesis (disease), Vata plays a very active role. By controlling vata through vasti, we can go to the root cause of the vast majority of diseases. Diseases are primarily caused by vata, which is the main etiological (causal) factor. Faeces, urine, bile, and other excreta are eliminated and retained for this purpose. Additionally, vata is found in bone tissue (asthi dhatu) as well as the large intestine. The mucus membrane of the colon is related to the outer covering of the bones (periosteum), which nourishes them. Therefore, any medication rectally corrects vata disorders by reaching deeper tissues, including bones.
Nasyam is one of the panchakarmas for cleansing the head region. This treatment mainly cleanses the upper body’s ‘Kapha’ dosha.
In this procedure, medicine is administered by nose. Nasyam is performed with medicinal powders, specific oils, juices of herbs, etc. The most common method is the use of medicated oils.
The blood is purified as a result of bloodletting by removing toxins absorbed through the digestive tract into the bloodstream. It treats urticaria, rash, eczema, acne, scabies, leucoderma, chronic itching, and hives. Acne, scabies, leucoderma, chronic itching and hives. Several pitta disorders, including acne and rash, can only be relieved by bloodletting administered by a qualified physician. When administered properly, it stimulates antitoxic substances in the bloodstream, thus helping to develop the immune system. People who are anemic, edematous, weak, or who are very young should not undergo bloodletting.