Panchakarma is an integral part of Ayurveda treatment and can be administered as a preventive and therapeutic line of treatment. As per Ayurvedic principles, the accumulation of toxins in the body can give rise to diseases and health concerns. These toxins can be a result of environmental factors and also from the food we consume. Proper digestion of food is essential to prevent toxin buildup. In order to promote good health, it is important to incorporate regular detoxification practices. Panchakarma therapy, an Ayurvedic detoxification treatment consisting of five primary massage procedures, aims to eliminate accumulated toxins from the body. Its objective is to purify and rejuvenate the body by removing toxins that may have accumulated over time.It’s important to administer one or more of the 5 fold Panchakarma therapies to restore and balance the body
Vamana – Emesis.
Virechana – Purgation.
Basti – Rectal route of administering medication.
Nasya – instilling of medicated drops into the nostril.
Rakta Mokshana – Bloodletting.