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Rejuvenating with Panchakarma
12-11-2014, 02:41 AM
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Rejuvenating with Panchakarma
Panchakarma or detoxification is the five process Ayurvedic purification treatment for eliminating toxins from the body to maintain healthy constitution. It constitutes 3 processes including pre process, proper process and post process. The pre process consists of oleation and sudation. During this process various massages and internal medications are administered. The toxins from various parts of the body collect in the intestine by Osmosis. The proper process is the eliminative phase of treatment. During this phase the collected toxins are eliminated by various treatment procedures such as Virechanam or purgation, Sneha Vasthy or oil Enema, Kashaya Vasthy or decoction enema, Nasyam or nasal administration and Vamanam or emesis. The post process is the rejuvenation phase of treatment. In this phase the body is rejuvenated from the detoxification process. Best Panchakarma is the classic Ayurvedic treatment ideal for healthy and diseased bodies. It improves the health of the body as it cleanses the system by the detoxification process. External therapies such as Abhyanga or therapeutic oil massage, Podikkizhi or powder bolus massage, Elakizhi or leaf bolus massage, Njavara or rice bolus massage, Pizhichil or oil bath, Lepanam or medicinal paste application etc and eliminative procedures like Virechanam or purgation, Sneha Vasthy or oil Enema, Kashaya Vasthy or decoction enema etc are conducted during detoxification. Panchakarma is widely accepted for its merits, it is promoting health by removing toxins from the body and providing new energy and vigour to the body. The detoxification process is considered essential for reviving health by rejuvenating the body.
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