one of the most important panchakarma procedure were medicated decoctions or oil is administered through anal and/ or vaginal routes for easier elimination of toxins situated in the lower half of the body. Vasti is also called Ardha chikitsa or half treatment as it is given to cure almost all major diseases of the human body. It has an amazing power to control and eliminate Vata disorders.
Nasyam therapy is an Ayurvedic therapy that involves administering medications
and herbal extracts through the nasal cavity to treat different complications
affecting the region above the shoulder. It is an essential part of the five
detoxification therapies in Ayurveda called the Panchakarma treatment. When
carried out systematically, Nasyam treatment can work wonders to control migraine
headaches, sinusitis, congestions in breathing, infections, and various other
Vamana Karma, also known as medical emesis or medical vomiting, is one of the five Pradhana
Karmas of Panchakarma which is used in treating Kaphaja disorders. The toxins are eliminated
through the upper gastrointestinal tract, and the therapy is continued with ghee treatment and a steam
It is recommended that the treatment be done in the season of spring, because that is when kapha
tends to get more aggravated and becomes easy to identify and rectify.
Virechana is one of the Panchakarma therapies wherein purgation is induced by drugs and it specifically aims at the elimination of excessive Pitta Dosha from the body. Normally, after Virechanakarma, the patient does not complain of having any untoward like those present after diarrhea due to dehydration.
The channels through which blood flows is called sira in ayurveda and puncturing it for letting the
blood in out is called siravedhana. It is a preventive as well as curative therapy which helps in
eliminating toxins from the bloodstreams that is absorbed through the gastro intestinal tract. Dosha
pitta has a very close relation with blood. Aggravated pitta may accumulate in blood causing pittaja