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The procedure of Panchakarma Ayurvedic treatment

The Panchakarma Ayurvedic Treatment is a highly sophisticated approach to the purification and rejuvenation of the mind and the body. The Sanskrit word ‘Panchakarma’ means five actions. It is the process of cleansing the body and getting rid of the toxic materials left behind by the disease. Usually, the body is capable of removing these waste materials, including the vitiated doshas. The waste matter that can lead to the accumulation and spread of the toxins in the body resulting in diseases is known as Ama. Ama needs to be eradicated entirely from the body.

The Panchakarma Ayurvedic Treatment is a five-fold therapy that is mostly individualized according to the age, digestive strength, immune status, doshic imbalance and Ayurvedic consultation type. Generally, two Ayurvedic therapists work simultaneously to perform them. During one day’s treatments to effectively administer as a team which include Doctors, Therapists, Yoga Guru and other attendants. Some supportive treatments are

  • Abhyanga is an individually prepared herbal oil massage designed to penetrate the skin deeply and improve the nutrient absorption ability of the starved cells. It also removes the stagnant waste.
  • Shrirodhara is performed by pouring warm herbal liquid or medicated butter milk on the forehead, which calms down the mind and the body.
  • Swedana is a herbal steam bath in which the body is heated to remove the toxins inside the tissues. In this treatment, the head and the heart are kept cool to provide calmness. The therapeutic steam cleanses the body and rejuvenates it.
  • Udvartana is the massage with powder which helps to soften the underlying layer of fat. It helps to alleviate Kapha.

The Panchakarma Ayurvedic Treatment purifies and rejuvenates the mind and the body. It detoxifies the body and strengthens the immune system thus restoring the balance of the body. Contact Athreya Ayurvedic Centre today!