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3. PAschat karma (post-therapeutic measures): WHICH INCLUDES: 

This includes Sansarjan Krama(Specific diet) and some rules to follow specific activities. 

• Shirodhara 
Pouring of medicated oil, milk or medicated buttermilk on the forehead continuously for a specific period is called Shirodhara. When the Shirodhara is done with medicated oil, it is called Thaila Dhara. When done with milk it is called Ksheera Dhara and when done with medicated buttermilk it is called Takra Dhara 
Selection of fluids or oils depends upon the disease and condition of the patient • It is very useful in headache, baldness, graying of hairs. • It induces sleep. • Beneficial for many diseases of the nervous system like nerve disorders, facial palsy, paralysis and ptosis (drooping) of the eyelids. • It is advised in hypertension, paralysis, polio, seizures, depression and anxiousness. • It alleviates the vitiated doshas. • It prevents urinary disorders. • It helps in preventing exhaustion. • It can be used in ear and eye diseases. • Sharpens the sense organs • Increases memory 

Pinda Swedana 
Pinda swedana is a process by which the whole body/sepcific part is made to perspire. This is done by external application of medicinal boluses, which are ties in a cloth bog. It is a massage used heal Vata diseases, especially neuromuscular disorders, improve blood circulation and remove wastes. According to Ayurveda, the treatment helps to awaken the memory of the cells. It is always performed with bhyanga and swedana. 

Nadi Swedana 

Shiro basti 
This is a procedure in which a belt is fastened around the head covering the portion of the forehead so a well like formation takes place over the head. This well is then filled with oil and kept for some time. This is also beneficial in diseases of the head especially in difficulties arising due to injuries to the head. 

• Kati basti 
• Janu basti 
• Greeva basti 
• Uttara Basti 
• Akshitarpana
2. Pradhan Karma (Main methods) : Which includes: 

• Vamana (Induced vomiting / Emesis Therapy) 
Vaman is one therapy among 'Panchakarma'- the five fold Ayurvedic detoxification procedures. This process will induce therapeutic vomiting. Prior to this procedure the individual's body will be prepared by proper Snehana (oleation) and Swedana (sudation). This is a very beneficial therapy for Kapha predominating disorders such as asthma, cough, psoriasis and skin disorders. It is beneficial for bronchial asthma, cough and cold, chronic indigestion, lymphatic congestion and edema. 

• Virechana (Induced purgation / Purgation Therapy) 
Virechana is a process by which vitiated pitha dosha is eliminated from the body through anus, assisted by Snehana-Svedhana karmas. It is effective in the treatment of skin diseases (eczema, allergy' psoriasis), constipation, hemiplegia, ascitis and skin allergies. 
This therapy is one among Panchakarma which eliminates excess Pitta from the body. Virechan is performed by administering Virechak Aushdhi (purgative medicine) in milk or warm water preparation after proper preparation of the individual through Poorvakarmas. This therapy is extremely beneficial in Pitta disorders such as dermatitis, chronic fever, heartburn, jaundice, etc. 

• Nasya (Drug administration through nose / Errhine Therapy ) 
Nasya therapy is a process wherein the drug (herbalized oils and liquid medicines) is instilled into nostrils. Since nose is the gateway of the head, the therapy is highly effective in curing a number of diseases pertaining to the head, if it is performed systematically. The therapy cleanses and opens the channels of the head, thereby improving the process of oxygenation (prana), which has a direct influence on the functioning of brain. 
• Highly effective for headaches, sinusitis, migraine and rhinitis. 
• Effective in recurrent cold, allergic , facial paralysis, ENT disorders, cervical spondylosis, and epilepsy and stammering. 
• It also prevents the early graying of hair and bear. 

• Basti (Medicated oil enema / Enema Therapy ) 
Ayurvedic Basti(Enema) is considered as the key activity of all Panchakarma treatments since it cleanses the accumulated toxis through the colon. 
It is highly beneficial in cleansing and detoxifying the body. Medicated oil or ghee and a herbal combination is used as enema to clean the colon. It helps in increasing the muscle tone too. 
People suffering from constipation would find the treatment beneficial, because it promotes the liquefaction of ama and mala (waste products) in the colon. 
It relieves constipation, distention, chronic fever, cold, sexual disorders, kidney stones, heart pain, backache, sciatica and other pains in the joints. Many other vata disorders such as arthritis, rheumatism, gout, muscle spasms and headaches may also be treated with basti. 

• Raktamokshana (Detoxification Therapy) 
Raktamoksha is a purificatory method in which a small amount of blood is taken from a vein to relieve the vitiated doshas. It is used in the treatment of skin diseases, hypertension and other blood disorders 


Before the actual operation of purification begins, body is prepared in prescribed methods to encourage the release of toxins. The two procedures are Snehana and Swedana 

  • Snehana Or Abhyangam (Internal and External oleation) 
Abhyangam(Snehana) which means massage, is a very famous treatment in Ayurveda. This treatment uses a special medicated oil for massage. It is carried out before all major treatments in Panchakarma like Vamana, Virechana, Basti , Nasya , etc. 
This treatment helps the patients to keep their bodies healthy and balanced. Accumulated stress and toxins in the mind and body gets dissolved during this massage. A full-body warm oil massage therefore acts as a powerful recharger and rejuvenator of mind and body. 
Abhayanga also helps in increasing circulation, toning up of muscles, calming of nerves, lubrication of joints and increased mental alertness. 
It gives good strength to the body, enhances age, luster of skin, improves eye-sight, induces good sleep and relieves vatha aggravation. Shirodhara, Shirobasti, Akashi Tarpana, Karna purana, etc are the different snehana/abhyangam procedures. It is beneficial in rigidity, pain, paralysis, head-ache, nervous system diseases, joint diseases, sleeplessness, mental disorders, etc 

  • Swedana (Fomentation / Sudation Therapy) 
Ayurveda oil massage is often followed by a herbal steam bath with specially selected medicinal herbs. This loosens the vessels and thereby helps the detoxification of the entire body system 
This treatment is immediately given after Snehana. It is a process of treatment by which perspiration of the body is caused to cure stiffness, heaviness and coldness in the body. 
"SAMADOSHA SAMAGNISCHA magnischa samadhatu malakriya Prasanna atma manah swastha itih abhidhiyate"

which means .... having a balanced state of doshas, agni (digestive fire), dhatus (tissues) normal functioning of mala (waste products), cheerful state of atman (soul), sensory organs and mind are the symptoms of healthy life. 
We have various packages for treatments like Obesity, Weight reduction, Body Purification, Body Immunization & Longevity, Stress Management, Rejuvenation, Pre & Post Delivery care, Skin and Hair Care. We provide treatments for ailments like Back Ache, Knee Joint pains, rheumatism, Asthma, Sinusitis, Spondylitis, Nervous disorders, Chronic Constipation, Diabetes, Paralysis, Polio, Muscular Dystorphy, Cancer, and many other problems. ​

​Some major therapies are mentioned below:

Pancha Karma includes three parts namely: 

ayurveda & panchakarma