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Panchakarma – The Mantra of Rejuvenation

Panchakarma is a set of treatment methods used to clear toxic materials from human body to balance an individual’s body and mind. Panchakarma is the Sanskrit word for ‘Five Actions’ and has been derived from two words, namely, ‘Pancha’, which means ‘Five’ and ‘Karma’, which means ‘Action’. Besides detoxifying body and mind, Panchakarma also works towards strengthening an individual’s immune system. Our experienced doctors, experts and therapists at Ayurvalley recommend to undergo Panchakarma treatment on a seasonal basis as it helps in healing, purifying and rejuvenating a person’s body and mind, thereby, promoting longevity of life. There are various types of Panchakarma practices and based on a person’s body constitution, doshas, digestive strength, age and other factors, our doctors and therapists personalize the Panchakarma practice. Our knowledgeable Panchakarma experts administer and supervise the therapy to ensure that the Panchakarma treatment delivers maximum benefit to an individual and helps in faster recovery.

Types of Panchakarma

Our Panchakarma practice is aimed at cleansing and rejuvenating an individual’s body and mind. The entire programme is carried out to give a positive impact on a person’s emotional and physical well-being. Panchakarma is one of the most effective ways to address stress-related issues and helps in slowing down the ageing process. Our doctors and physicians adopt the right set of Panchakarma practices to complement the treatment advised to an individual at Ayurvalley. We deliver Panchakarma treatment in different ways that suits every individual’s medical requirement.

Purvakarma

Purvakarma

Vata, derived from Space and Air, translates to ‘that which move things’ and is often called the ‘King of Doshas’ as it controls body’s life force and gives motion to the other two Doshas – Pitta and Kapha. The qualities of Vata are dry, rough, light, cold, subtle, and mobile. An individual who constitutes of Vata will display physical and mental characteristics that reflect these qualities in both a balanced and an imbalanced state.

Vamana

Vamana

Vata, derived from Space and Air, translates to ‘that which move things’ and is often called the ‘King of Doshas’ as it controls body’s life force and gives motion to the other two Doshas – Pitta and Kapha. The qualities of Vata are dry, rough, light, cold, subtle, and mobile. An individual who constitutes of Vata will display physical and mental characteristics that reflect these qualities in both a balanced and an imbalanced state.

Nasya

Nasya

Nasya is one of the forms of Panchakarma in which the nasal lubrication process is carried out. Through this Panchakarma treatment, we eliminate excess body humors that exists in the sinus, nose, throat and head. The humors are expelled from the body through nose. Under Nasya treatment, an individual has to inhale herbal steam, which clears excess mucus and treats all disorders found above the clavicle.

Raktamokshana

Raktamokshana

Raktamokshana, which means ‘let out blood’, is an effective blood purification therapy where in small quantities of blood is removed to neutralize accumulated Pitta toxins of many blood borne diseases. The two main types of Raktamokshana are Shastra Visravana, a process using metal instruments, and Anushastra Visravana, performed without the use of metal instruments. The process is both a preventive and a curative therapy.

Basti/Vasti

Basti/Vasti

Basti or Vasti is an enema therapy which is categorized into anuvasana basti where medicated oil enemas are introduced into the body, and niruha basti where enemas of decoctions and medicated oils are drunk. This treatment is much beneficial for vata disorders and helps relieve constipation, sexual disorders, kidney stones and other pains of the joints. Other vata disorders like arthritis, rheumatism, gout and headaches are cured with basti.

Benefits of Panchakarma

Panchakarma, the cleansing and rejuvenating programme is beneficial in many ways for the human body and mind. The process help cleanse toxins from the body having a positive impact on an individual. It eliminates stress and slows down the ageing process. Panchakarma treatment can be taken after consulting our specialists to bring in a positive change in lives.

Rejuvenates body and mind

Rejuvenates body and mind

Panchakarma treatments cleanses and rejuvenates an individual’s body and mind that ensures quicker recovery. Panchakarma treatments are one of the most effective measures to complement the treatment process followed to cure an ailment.

Washes out toxins

Washes out toxins

The Panchakarma process is aimed at cleansing a human body. The entire process followed during Panchakarma cleanses toxins form the body and has a positive impact on an individual, both physically and emotionally.

Reduces Stress

Reduces Stress

Panchakarma therapies work towards reducing stress, which is the main reason behind most of the health disorders. Panchakarma rejuvenates body and mind, thereby, reducing stress. Panchakarma therapies are recommended on a seasonal basis.

Slows Ageing

Slows Ageing

Panchakarma rejuvenates body and mind, reduces stress and slows down the ageing process. The processes followed in Panchakarma fights all diseases, keeping an individual’s body and mind active throughout.