The Ayurvedic science of detoxification and rejuvenation
PANCHAKARMA is the process of purification also known as the Ayurvedic detoxification process, it is a comprehensive system of knowledge and is practiced to purify the body from accumulated doshas, malas, and toxins and restore it to balance with natural sources. it is basically a bio–cleansing regimen, which facilitates the body system for better bioavailability of the healing therapies, besides achieving homeostasis of doshas. It also increases the acceptability of the body to various dietary regimens and the use of rejuvenation therapy (Rasayana ) for promoting health as well as for therapeutic regimens.
As more and more people are affected by stress, either environmental, mental, or physical stress, there are more complaints of diseases, diabetes, osteoporosis, and cancer. All these diseases are complex disorders that accumulate over a lifetime.
The most deeply seated toxins that cause disease are heavy and sticky and they easily lodge into the tissue layers. Panchakarma eliminates these toxins from the body, allowing the permanent healing of tissues, channels, digestion, and mental functions.
Panchakarma is a combination of five therapeutic actions and they are classified as follows: Vaman, Virechana, Nasya, Sneha Bast, and Kashaya Basti.