Ayurveda & Panchkarma
Ayurveda is an ancient traditional system of Medicine and considered to be the oldest system of health care, with literature going back 5000 years and an oral tradition that is much older. Ayurveda helps the healthy person to maintain health and the diseased person to regain health.. Ayurveda has many more principles than just prescribing medicines. It also has specialties like surgery (Shalya-chikitsa), diseases above the shoulder (Shalakya), internal medicine (Kaayachikitsa), psychiatry (Bhutavidya), pediatrics (Kaumarabhrutyam), toxicology (Agadatantram), rejuvenation (Rasayanam) and aphrodisiacs (Vajikaranam). All these can treat every complication encountered by the human body. Thought to be far superior to other forms of medicine, it promises treatment for various ailments that would not normally found in other systems of medicine.
Panchakarma which is the ‘mother of all healing’ is the ultimate mind-body healing experience for detoxifying the body, strengthening the immune system and restoring balance and well-being. It promotes Detoxification and Rejuvenation. Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word that means “five actions” or “five treatments”. This is a process used to clean the body of toxic materials which get accumulated in our body over a period of time due to our modern lifestyle. Panchakarma is ostensibly Ayurveda’s most prestigious branch. Medicated oils are the most effective at removing diseases and pollutants from the human body.
The Panchtatva Wellness Center is known as the best panchakarma center in Jaipur since it is a boon for Panchkarma therapy.
How does it work?
The most prominent branch of Ayurveda is Panchakarma, and Panchtatva wellness center offers the best panchakarma treatment in Jaipur. The following are the five (Panch) basic activities (Karma) that manage one’s body that is based on:
Vaman Karma – process of emesis (purging)
Virechana Karma – evacuation of bowels through herbal medicine and decoction
Vasti Karma – cleansing of colon through herbal decoction and medicated oil
Nasyam Karma – cleansing of upper respiratory tract with the help of herbal oil and steam
Raktamokshan Karma– removal of impure blood from the body through leech and needle
Panchakarma has Three Stages for Regaining and Maintaining Health:
Purva Karma (Preparatory Procedures): It is a pre-treatment method that softens the tissues in order to liquefy the lipid-soluble poisons and return them to the digestive tract, where they can be excreted. Pachan Karma, Snehan Karma, and Swedan Karma are the three methods involved.
Pradhana Karma (Main Treatment): It expels vitiated doshas via the oral route, which is one of the most important parts of the Panchakarma treatment.
Paschat Karma (post-treatment care): After the major treatment, rehabilitation treatments such as diets, medicines, and daily routines are implemented.