Ayurveda has rightly emphasized that health is not only the state of not having disease but, it is the state of normalcy of Dosha, Dathu, Agni and Malakriya. It also includes the Prasanna Atma (soul), Indriya (sense organs) and Manas (mind). Three doshas of the body, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which broadly represent the nervous system, the metabolic system and the nutritive system, keep the human body in balance. Whenever the delicate balance between these doshas is disturbed, a disease may be manifested.
Benefits of Rejuvenation Therapy
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The main objective of the Ayurvedic system of treatment is to restore the original state of equilibrium between the doshas. In order to achieve the same Ayurveda has advocated certain regimens and treatment modalities such as Dinacharya, Rutucharya, Vega Adharana, Rasayana–Vajikarana and Panchakarma. Panchakarma is not only for detoxifying the body, but also for rejuvenation — strengthening the immune system, and restoring balance and well-being. It is one of the most effective healing modalities in Ayurvedic Medicine. Panchakarma is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it. Panchakarma are 5 (five) in number; hence the term PANCHA (five) – KARMA (procedures). Panchakarma treatment is unique in the sense that it includes preventive, curative and promotive actions for various diseases.
- VAMANA: means induction of emesis which helps to remove toxins from the body especially through the intestine or upper body parts
- VIRECHANA: is the administration of purgative substances for the cleansing of pitta through the lower pathways.
- SNEHA VASTI or ANUVASANA VASTI : (unctuous enema) promotes Bala (strength) of the person who is emaciated and debilitated.
- NIRUHA VASTI OR ASTHAPANA VASTI: where in herbal or kashaya decoction is used as medication.
- NASYAM: in which the medicated drugs are administered through the Nasal route …