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To exude radiance and health, it’s important to have your doshas (Kapha, Pitta, and Vata) balanced and your agni (digestive fire) properly stimulated so that ama (toxins) can be flushed out more effectively. Panchkarma is an Ayurvedic procedure designed to re-calibrate and re-balance the aggravated doshas in the body. Here are the steps associated with Panchakarma therapy:
The process starts the night before. You’re fed foods that aggravate Kapha so that your digestive tract is ready to eliminate waste. On the day of therapy, heat is applied to the chest and back of the patient to liquefy the Kapha. This is followed by a special medicated drink that stimulates emesis, eliminating ama through the upper gastrointestinal tract. Final steps involve ghee treatment and a steam bath.
Putative substances that flush out excess Pitta through the lower pathways are administered 3 days after Vamana. It cleanses the blood, sweat glands, kidneys, stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, and spleen of ama.
A decoction of medicated herbs and oils are administered through the anus, eliminating ama and pacifying Vata. It’s usually a treatment of 14 days.
Medicated herbs and oils are administered through the nasal passage. This alleviates stress and releases the ama (toxins) stored deep within the tissues. It also balances all three doshas, especially Vata.
Ama is eliminated from the Rakta dhatu (blood) by drawing out the blood using metal instruments, incisions in the skin, leeches, etc.
At the end of this treatment, your body will flush out excess ama and your skin, now able to breathe freely, will have a natural and exuberant glow! For Panchakarma treatments, talk to a Jiva doctor today. Click on ‘Speak to a doctor’ on the CONNECT tab or dial 0129-4040404 today.
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