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Panchakarma – Cleansing body and soul with Ayurveda

This is regarded as the classic Ayurvedic detox treatment. It is also the most extreme. Five independent cleansing processes simultaneously ensure a radical detox. The aim is to ensure that the organism’s vital energies can flow freely again. At the same time, the three doshas are also restored to their natural equilibrium. This enhances the patient’s sense of well-being. And it also helps the body’s own defences to combat lots of different illnesses. Many people choose to undergo a regular Ayurvedic detox therapy.

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Panchakarma is performed in three stages that methodically lead the body through a variety of therapies. The first stage is Purvakarma
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Panchakarma is performed in three stages that methodically lead the body through a variety of therapies. The first stage is Purvakarma
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Panchakarma is performed in three stages that methodically lead the body through a variety of therapies. The first stage is Purvakarma

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Panchakarma is performed in three stages that methodically lead the body through a variety of therapies. The first stage is Purvakarma

2.) Panchakarma: the cornerstone of Ayurvedic therapy


The term Panchakarma literally means “five actions”. In Ayurveda, this means the five detox procedures. All of these ensure that foreign toxins and pathogens are eliminated from the body. The term “purging” is also sometimes used.
This body purification process also restores the doshas to their natural equilibrium. The cleansing treatment is usually accompanied by oil applications, massage, therapeutic steam baths, and Ayurveda-compliant meals.

3.) Why Panchakarma?

Today’s lifestyles almost inevitably mean that our bodies are exposed to substances they are not equipped to deal with, or which are even toxic for us. If our organism is overburdened with these kinds of toxic substances, they can begin to accumulate with a detrimental impact on our health and well-being. In addition, it is common for there to be a build-up of metabolic products that have not been adequately broken down; these are also known as “Ama” in Ayurvedic medicine.
From an Ayurvedic perspective, these kinds of toxins and residues effectively clog up vital physical channels, thus inhibiting the free flow of energy through the body. The consequence is that our equilibrium is disturbed and illnesses can develop. It is no coincidence that there is frequent mention of “lifestyle diseases”; after all, the connection with our lifestyle is absolutely obvious. So a Panchakarma treatment aims to liberate the body from toxins and residues that have accumulated over time.

Steps followed

The complete process of Panchakarma consists of three steps.

  • Poorva Karma, which is the preparatory procedure required before the main procedure to enable a person to receive the full benefits of the main treatment. It consists of two main processes – Snehan (oleation) and Sweden (fomentation). These methods help to dislodge the accumulated poisonous substances in the body, thus preparing them for their complete removal.
  • Pradhan Karma or the main procedure. On completion of the first step, it is decided which of these are to be done depending upon the proximity of the waste. An increased level of upper respiratory tract waste shall call for Vamana. Similarly, a lower gastro accumulation of waste calls for a Virechanam.
  • Paschaat Karma or the post-therapy dietary regimen to restore the body’s digestive and absorptive capacity to its normal state.