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Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic therapy that consists of a variety of detoxification therapies. The term “panchakarma” in Sanskrit means “five actions” or “five treatments.”
- Vamana is a therapeutic vomiting method that aids in the removal of accumulated mucus and toxins out of the upper respiratory and digestive systems.
- Virechana is a purgative treatment in which herbal laxatives are used to purify the digestive tract and remove toxins from the body.
- Vasti is an enema therapy that uses medicinal oils, decoctions, and natural products to cleanse the intestines and enhance toxin elimination.
- Nasya is the administration of natural oils and other substances into the nose to clear and detoxify the sinus cavities and respiratory system.
- Rakta Moksha is a blood purification therapy that uses leech treatment or other means to eliminate toxins from the blood.
Vamana therapy is a panchakarma detoxifying technique that involves inducing therapeutic vomiting. It is used to cleanse the body of excess Kapha dosha, one of Ayurveda’s three doshas.
- Removes toxins: Weight loss Detoxification of the body
- Promotes digestion: Improving digestion and absorption
- Reduces congestion: Relieving chest and head congestion and heaviness .
- Immune system booster: By correcting all doshas,Improving sleep Boosting energy levels
- Improves mental health: Reducing stress and anxiety
“Matravasti” is derived from the Sanskrit terms “matra,” which means “measure,” and “vasti,” which means “pot.” It entails injecting medicinal oils or herbal decoctions into the rectum. A qualified Ayurvedic practitioner usually administers the therapy. The patient is lying on their left side, knees bent and feet flat on the ground. After that, the practitioner gently inserts a little nozzle into the rectum and inserts the oil or decoction. Before expelling the oil or decoction, the patient may be advised to hold it in their rectum for a few minutes.
- Constipation relief and bowel regularity: Reduces constipation by increasing digestion and improving bowel regularity.
- Menstrual problems are relieved: Aids in the management of the menstrual cycle and relieves cramping, bloating, and mood changes.
- Improves reproductive health: Improves reproductive health in women by promoting hormonal balance and reducing inflammation in reproductive organs.
- Improves the immune system: The herbal decoctions used in Mathravasthi therapy include immunomodulatory qualities, which help the body’s defense mechanisms.
- Calms the mind and nervous system, therefore lowering tension and anxiety.
“Nasyam” is derived from the Sanskrit word “nasa,” which means “nose.” Nasyam is an Ayurvedic therapy in which herbal oils, powders, or fluids are administered through the nostrils. During a nasyam treatment, the client lies on their back with their head inclined back to allow the herbal blend to be administered by a small dropper or a special pot known as a neti. The client is instructed to take deep breaths, allowing the herbal concoction to enter the sinuses and nasal passages. This therapy is thought to have a variety of health benefits, especially for disorders involving the head and neck.
- Relief from sinus congestion: relieves congestion and inflammation in the sinuses, which is beneficial for allergies or sinusitis.
- Improved mental clarity: improves mental clarity and enhances cognitive function.
- Headache relief: relieve tension headaches and migraines.
- Improved respiratory function: improved respiratory function is beneficial for asthma.
- Improved vision: improve vision and promote overall eye health.
- Oral health: benefits treating dental issues like gum disease and tooth decay.
- Relieves stress and anxiety: calms the mind, and promotes relaxation, which is beneficial for stress and anxiety.
- Skin health: Improves by eliminating toxins through the nasal passages.
Rakta mokshana (also known as bloodletting) is an Ayurvedic therapy in which impure blood is removed from the body. It is a form of panchakarma, which refers to a five-step Ayurvedic purification method. Usually Leeches are used in this therapy.
Raktha Mokshana Benefits:
- Improves blood circulation
- Eliminates toxins from the blood and body
- Strengthens the immune system, and promotes healing
- Reduces pain and discomfort
- Improves skin health
- Boosts energy levels, and promotes general well-being
Swedana is an Ayurvedic therapy that uses steam to cause sweating in the body. “Swedana” means “sweating” in Sanskrit.The client sits or lies down in a tiny wooden chamber or tent while steam is directed at the body during a swedana therapy.
- Detoxification: The sweating help to eliminate toxins from the body, promoting overall health and well-being.
- Improved circulation: The heat from the steam can help to improve blood flow and circulation,
- Relaxation: relieve stress and tension.
- Pain relief: relieve pain and stiffness in the muscles and joints.
- Improved digestion: stimulate digestion and improve metabolism.
- Respiratory health: relieve congestion and improve respiratory function, beneficial for asthma.
- Skin health: open up pores and improve skin health by promoting the elimination of toxins through sweat.
SnehaPana is an Ayurvedic therapy that involves ingesting medicated ghee or oil in small doses over a period of time. The therapy is believed to have a wide range of health benefits and is often used as part of a detoxification program or to promote overall health and wellness.
Sneha Pana Benefits:
- Improved Digestion: Improve digestion and metabolism, making it beneficial for those with digestive issues.
- Detoxification: this helps remove toxins and impurities from the body.
- Improved Skin Health: Maintaining skin health with nutrition and moisture from within.
- Reduced Inflammation: It is beneficial for people with inflammatory disorders like arthritis for its anti-inflammatory qualities.
- Improved Immunity: Boost the immune system, making it beneficial for those who are prone to infections or illnesses.
- Improved Mental Clarity: Enhance mental clarity and cognitive function for stress-related conditions.
Udhvarthanam is an Ayurvedic treatment that consists of a deep, dry massage using herbal powders. “Udhvarthanam” is derived from the Sanskrit term “udhvartha,” which means “upward strokes.” During therapy, the patient lies down on a table while the therapist applies a herbal powder to the body to massages the body with firm upward strokes, concentrating on areas with extra fat or cellulite. A hot shower or bath is usually followed by the massage to assist remove the herbal powder from the skin.
- Exfoliation: remove dead skin cells and impurities
- Weight loss: reduce excess fat and cellulite, making it beneficial for those looking to lose weight.
- Improved circulation: improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage
- Detoxification: eliminate toxins from the body
- Relaxation: deeply relaxing and help to relieve stress and tension.
- Improved digestion: stimulate digestion and improve metabolism.