Why Panchakarma In Necessary

PANCHAKARMA – Natural detoxification & rejuvenation therapy

The purpose of Panchakarma is the detoxification or purification of the whole body. Basically, Panchakarma is a procedure that restores the balance in the physiology through cleaning the body from toxins and undigested residues, called Ama in Ayurveda, that accumulate in the body channels through unnatural or harmful life habits or contaminated food and air.

The Vaidya will prescribe to you a certain sequence of treatments (Panchakarma) and, when necessary, special ayurvedic herbal preparations to achieve best results.

If you feel the need to adjust your treatment plan or the way your treatment is being administered to you, please consult first the Vaidya. Our treatment staff is instructed to implement any changes of a particular treatment only after a confirmation by the Vaidya.

Steps of Panchakarma

Traditionally, Panchakarma is divided into three parts

  1. Purvakarma (preparative treatments), for example
  • Snehana (oleation) internal and external
  • Swedana (heat treatment)
  1. Pradhanakarma (main treatments)
  • Vāmana (emetics)
  • Virechana (purgative)
  • Basti (aenema) with oil and decoction
  • Nasya (nasal application)
  • Raktamokshan (blood-letting)
  1. Pashchatkarma (follow-up treatments)
  • Samsanjan kram (dietetic measures to restore Agni, the digestive fire)
  • Shaman kram (measures for calming body and mind)
  • Rasayana kram (promotion of vitality and immunity with special ayurvedic preparations)

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