Ayurveda and Panchakarma For Rejuvenation

Ayurveda is not just a method of treatment but also a healthy way of living. With regular practices which enhance the health,  keep one fit and  holistically healthy. It is always desirable to prevent diseases than cure diseases. Equilibrium of the tridoshas, excretion process, digestive process, proper sleep, smooth functioning of mind and senses etc. are important considerations in health.

The Indian month of Karkidaka is closely related to the Ayurveda treatment. The body becomes weak in this particular season of the year and Ayurveda can help rejuvenate the body during this time. If the prescribed treatments and medicines of this specific month are taken, individuals can keep healthy all throughout the year.     

What is Panchakarma?

One of the most important treatment methods in Ayurveda, Panchakarma is the method of expelling the toxins form the body when the body becomes incapable of doing it on its own. This process is called shodhanam. This is required for keeping healthy when toxins accumulate in the body and disrupts the natural functioning. Toxins accumulate in the process of digestion and also through food.

Panchakarma includes Vamana, Virechana, Vasthi, Nasya and Rakthamoksha. This is effective in curing the diseases of the sick and maintaining the health of those who are healthy. It is important to perform Snehasweda treatments before administering Panchakarma.

Vamana helps in removing the bad Kapha from the body and consequently helps in curing related diseases.

Virechana helps in removing the toxic Pitha from the body and helps cure related diseases

Vasthi helps in curing diseases related to Vata and helps purify the sources of Vata.

Nasya keeps the head and related areas pure and thereby prevents and cures related diseases.

Rakthamoksha helps in purifying the toxic blood in the body and subsequently helps keep a person healthy.