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Ayurvedic Panchakarma Treatment

The world of Ayurveda is quite a unique one, consisting of many applications, healing modalities and the total promotion of individual well being if a manner that comes across so contrastingly to conventional methods. One of the highly effective modalities in Ayurvedic medicine is the Panchakarma treatment. Panchakarma is regarded as the ultimate mind and body healing experience one can have to detoxify their body.

The Panchakarma treatment has an overall effect on one’s health and well-being. The Sri Veda Sushruta Ayurveda Hospital is a qualified clinic in Hyderabad practising Panchakarma and is highly recognised for its quality treatment and therapy.

The purpose of a Panchakarma treatment is to clean and polish the body from within and externally.

In this treatment, there are two phases, the cleansing and rejuvenation. The cleansing part comes first, and the patient is needed to dedicate 2-3 weeks in this process, and upon its conclusion, begins the Rejuvenation part of the Panchakarma treatment.

At first, Ayurvedic Doctors at Sri Veda Sushruta Ayurveda Hospital will conduct a complete clinical evaluation of the patient and be depending on the results, begin the cleansing phase, with the prime focus on five internal processes, followed by various therapies.

The process begins with the Vamana therapy. Vamana is herbally induced vomiting, designed to be conducted only once during the course itself, and helps in the cleansing of the upper gastro system, while it is known to have a positive effect on other systems of the body as well.

The next in line is Virechana. This is a cleansing process, also herbally induced and a one-time thing like Vamana as part of the Panchakarma treatment. The Virechana process helps cleanse the stomach, liver, intestines and consists of many systemic benefits with it.

Vasthi/ Basti are enemas and are the next part of the five processes. Vasthi/Basti enemas are made with herbal decoction or oil base and will be done on multiple occasions during the entire treatment process. Vasthi/Basti has a profound cleansing effect on the body, especially on the large intestine and the different medicines combinations introduced during this process becomes the basis of the overall cleansing and later in the rejuvenation process. This process has vast, positive effects on multiple organs and systems of the body

The next step is the Nasya. It’s a nasal application of medicines usually in liquid but sometimes in a powder form, known to help in deep cleansing and to nourish the above the collarbone area or clavicle. There is a herbal smoke treatment available as well. The Nasya process is designed to provide strength to the sensory organs in the head, as well as much clarity to the overall thought process. Other benefits include better stress management, neck & shoulder, as well as benefiting multiple bodily systems.

Then comes the Rakta Moksha. This is one of the most straightforward processes of the Panchakarma treatment. It involves the patient letting out their blood and is known to purify the system, as it facilitates the regeneration of new blood in the body. This process is not a mandatory part of the Panchakarma and is only necessary for specific clinical conditions.

The conclusion of the Panchakarma process is followed up by the Rejuvenation method. At Sri Veda Sushruta Ayurveda Hospital, we help patients attain Rejuvenation results using different Rasayana medications. On the other hand, there are combinations in Basti / Vasthi and Nasya processes which could be customised to achieve rejuvenation benefits as well.

At Sri Veda Sushruta Ayurveda Hospital, our doctors know the uniqueness each patient has and this all the processes and treatments, including that for Panchakarma are optimised individually. The right combinations are achieved through constant Consultation and observation of the individual and their real requirements.