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Panchakarma (detoxification) treatment is like a Demonetization, which removes all toxins and unwanted, non functioning or abnormally behaving organelle from the body.

What is Panchakarma?

Five major procedures to eliminate the toxins from the nearest orifice are popularly called Panchakarma. The concept of cleansing the body is innate to Ayurveda and has been borrowed by allied sciences like Yoga. No other medical system in the world has the science of body-mind detoxification.
The body contains millions of cells and they have their own metabolism. Every metabolism will produce something good and leave behind something bad (toxins). That’s the concept of Ayurveda. Body is like an automobile. When there is combustion and the vehicle runs, lot of energy is created to propel the vehicle forward. Along with that lot of carbon and waste are also left behind. This is removed by regular service otherwise the performance of the vehicle is affected. Likewise the body also needs regular cleansing to keep it healthy.
All the above three are equally important. We believe that if proper accumulation of toxins is not done, the elimination procedure becomes namesake. Likewise, if importance is not given to after care, immunity of the person is affected. Panchakarma is undergone both as preventive and curative mechanism. Annual cleansing is the tradition followed in Ayurveda.

Panchakarma Treatment Therapies


Phase 1 – Poorva Karma

Snehnana (Oiling) – Snehnana (Oiling) – Snehan is executed to alleviate vata, and allay the doshas. Ghee and oil is used to accomplish these treatment procedures.
Swedana (Steam) – It plays a pivotal role to liquefy the accumulated dosha and eventually drain them out of the body. It eradicates all the stiffness, cold and heaviness from the body by dilating the pores of the skin and the external discharge channels within the body.
Sarvang or Ekang Abhyand (Massage to various body parts).

Phase 2 – Pradhana Karma

Secondly, these are expelled out of the body by 5 procedures (Panchakarma)
Vamana (Emesis), Virechana (Purgation), Vasti (Medicated Enema), Nasya (Nasal Medication) and Raktamoksha (Blood Letting)

Phase 3 – Pashchath Karma

Thirdly, the body has to be brought back to normal condition and rejuvenated starting with restricted diet and mild activity and gradually increasing it.
Diatary Regem after Panchakarma Therapy.

Panchakarma Treatments

Panchakarma, the comprehensive Ayurvedic therapy for ultimate mind-body cleansing, involves five types of Ayurvedic therapeutic measures to detoxify the body and successfully eliminate disease causing toxic elements. It is often undertaken for the purification of the body, as Ayurveda highly recommends body purification and detoxification before starting a therapy or a treatment. Apart from Ayurvedic detoxification, Panchakarma is also recommended to strengthen the immune system of the body in order to restore the overall balance and well-being. According to Ayurveda, good health is one of essentialities to boost the metabolic activities of our body. Lacks the strength and stamina to complete the digestion process makes our body vulnerable to the accumulation of toxins, as they easily get ultimately deposed in our bodily tissues and thus creating an imbalance that would ultimately lead to diseases. Panchakarma can help to prevent this with traditional Ayurvedic cleansing processes that completely flush out the toxins, and successfully restore the innate health and healing ability.
Ayurjyoti Wellness Ayurveda’s Panchakarma Therapy involves a five-fold cure, depending on patient’s Ayurvedic constitutional type, imbalances of doshas, age, digestive strength, the level of immunity, individual needs, and many other factors.
This 5 fold treatment therapies include special Ayurvedic diets for body cleansing, several consecutive days of deep relaxation and rejuvenation therapies, traditional Ayurvedic cleansing treatments like hot oil massages, steam baths, and mild herbal enemas.

Panchakarma programs basically involve the following major therapies apart from some minor methods:


Shirodhara - Poorva Karma

During Shirodhara, the masseur slowly pours a stream of luke warm oil over the forehead, followed by a complete relaxing head massage

Nasya - Pradhana Karma

Nasal therapy in Ayurveda

Vasthi - Pradhana Karma

It’s a gentle Ayurvedic medicated enema

Udvartanam - Poorva Karma

Ayurvedic massage using herbal powders

Pizhichil - Poorva Karma

Relaxing oil bath massage.

Kati Vasthi - Poorva Karma

Ayurveda treatment for lower back

UroVasthi - Poorva Karma

Ayurvedic warming procedure for the chest area and the heart

Some of the benefits of Panchakarma treatments are as follows:

  • Removes the root cause vulnerability to diseases.
  • Balances Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
  • Boosts your immune system.
  • Balances body’s vital systems.
  • Remove disease causing toxins.
  • Increases physical and mental efficiency.
  • Improves skin complexion.
  • Helping in shedding extra weight
  • Help alleviate insomnia, anxiety and mental problem.
  • Increases vigour and stamina
  • Increases the flexibility of joints

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