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Deep Healing and Detoxification Process in Panchakarma Treatments

Detoxification in Human Body

Detoxification can be examined as the removal of toxic accumulates in the body. Irregular diets, consumption of alcohol, dehydration, sleeplessness, intake of larger amounts of sugar and salt, etc pave the way to create toxins in the body. The body toxins may accumulate in the liver, blood vessels, and kidneys filter the glut of toxins, and remove it through urine. The surplus accumulation and filtering of these toxins lead to the depletion of kidney nephrons.

By the continuous effective filtering of toxins, our body gets tired and will cease its working. Taking precautions and maintaining a toxin-free diet are important for sustaining and preserving the wellbeing of the body. For the effective process of detoxification and for attaining rejuvenation, the Ayurvedic modes are more productive. Ayurveda is an ancient treatment system that focuses on the internal and external cure of the patient. Through the blending of herbs, oils, and other natural drugs, Ayurveda flashes the spotlight on the long term cure of people.

Panchakarma, as the name suggests it includes five procedures namely Vamana(emesis), Virechan(purgation), Basti(enema), Nasya(detoxing through the nose), and Rakta Moksha (detoxification of the blood). Panchakarma is a holistic treatment practice in Ayurveda with elaborated methods of purification, rejuvenation, and personalization of both psyche and the body. Through accurate methods, this process maintains health balance by releasing stress and devising the body to absorb the utmost benefits of nutrition and exercise. 

Treatment Methods for Detoxification

Panchakarma excels in its approaches and methods of treatment, It not only considers external or internal cleansing, but it also gives priority to mental well being. How does it work as a health bridge?. Through restoring metabolic activities(Agni) and erasing harmful toxins (Ama) by natural medicines strengthen the body tissues and reinstate the energy of the body. Ayurveda is more than a mere treatment using medicines, rather it is inclusive of Yogas, life changes, and healthy diets. Panchakarma treatment also provides accurate and proper diet plans and life changes that will enhance tolerance, diminish stress, and inflate relaxation.

The predominant methodology of Panchakarma  is the eradicating of toxins and restoring rejuvenation through delaying aging and by boosting the immunity of the body. The physical and mental accumulations of toxins cause chronic health issues and lower the functioning of the body. Panchakarma is ultimately the process of removing these harmful accumulations and restoring mental wellbeing and happiness. The treatment procedures will enhance the overall metabolic system and thereby the mental glee of the patient.

The treatment chart and approaches of the panchakarma will vary from person to person( depends on the health & mental condition), that is, a personalized plan for panchakarma can be charted. The therapies like Sirodhara, Udvartana, Abhyanga, Marma therapy are included in Panchakarma. The post-panchakarma or Paschatkarma helps to foster metabolic activity, and this phase ensures the gradual returning of mind and body from the detoxification process. As a holistic approach to rejuvenation and detoxification of the body, panchakarma gives higher emphasis on the harmony and equilibrium of body and mind through improving strength, endurance, and vitality.

Sreerudra is equipped with experienced professionals, and we tirelessly work for the longevity of our benefactors and stand out as a repute Ayurveda treatment center in Kerala.


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