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Detox for Thridosha Balance


According to ayurveda the ailments or diseases can be divided into two categories according to their mode of occurrence.

1) Diseases caused due to imbalance of body constituents.

2) Diseases resulted from the influence or impact of external factors like trauma, toxins, infections etc.

In first type the imbalance of thridhosas occur first and manifest the disease. In second type there is external factor’s impact, resulting in a body condition, which eventually leads to deranged thridhosha

However in both types of diseases, the treatment is correction of  derranged doshas. This can be done in two ways. One is samana therapy (treating with internal medicine to pacify the deranged dhoshas) and other is shodhana therapy (treating by expelling the vitiated dhoshas which have toxic effect on the body i.e. detox). Selection of the treatment is based on the various factors like severity of dosha imbalance, duration of the disease, association of environmental factors, other doshas, dhathus etc.

Of these two types of treatment Shodhana therapy is considered as the best. It helps to clean up the body system from accumulated metabolic wastes and water retention. It rejuvenates the physiological systems and help them to perform well. This detox treatment also help to eliminate the disease causing dosha vitiation to a greater extent Thus impart good physical and mental health for a happy life.



Ayurveda Panchakarma to Detox

Toxins are problem creators. It makes everything polluted. It hampers with normal functioning. Toxins inhibit growth and development. Toxins affect healthy environment.

Keeping clean will improve the performance and quality. The same principle is applicable for everything in nature. To maintain health we need to keep our body and mind clean.

There are impurities that pollute our body and make us sick. How it happens? Human body is a biological factory with multiple systems that work without any interruption. There are different systems in the body that works to keep as alive and help us to grow. During this process, body receives input from the food and activities, which influences the body functions.

Every metabolic process in the human body results in the production of some good useful things, which we call nutrients for the body and hair and at the same time some waste materials. The nutrients are normally to be absorbed and the waste to be eliminated. These wastes if accumulated in the body can impair the normal functioning of the body leading to the development of disease pathology. Then these waste is called toxins that pollutes the human body systems.

The human body is the perfect machine. It is equipped to keep the system clean and perfect. In normal circumstances this cleansing process is carried out by the excretory system, using the four way mechanism. These are stool, urine, sweat and breath. This cleanses the system very effectively and regularly. But at some point of time, due to multiple factors, including erratic lifestyle (food, activities , habits, sleep, environmental pollution and many more) the body fails to perform these cleansing process effectively. This leads to the accumulation of toxins deep into the tissue thereby causing the beginning of chronic disease pathology. This will reflect as lifestyle diseases many years later.

So we can’t rely solely on our cleansing mechanism to eliminate these toxins to prevent from these diseases. What we can do? Who can offer help in this regard? How we can keep the body clean and pure without complications? Is there any natural method available for the detox?

Ayurveda has the answer. Ayurveda has a unique treatment method to promote and protect health. These are based on the principle of purification. In a sick person this purification will help to cure and in healthy person it prevents the occurrence of the illness. This cleansing is not done by using an external instrument or medical equipment. These are done by the body itself through the natural orifices. The role of Ayurveda is to support, assist and facilitate the cleansing. There are 05 methods involved in this cleansing process. The selection of each one is based on the need and nature of toxin. This five-fold purification process is known as Panchakarma.

Panchakarma is a scientifically designed procedure to assist the body to eliminate even the minutest toxin element from the deep tissue. This is done under the supervision of an ayurvedic physician. The person undergoing Panchakarma treatment will be evaluated and monitored daily for the physical changes happening. The duration of the Panchakarma varies from 03-04 weeks. This variation depends upon the person’s health status. During this period there will be external therapies and internal medicines. The Panchakarma will be followed by rasayana therapy, which is nothing but rejuvenation treatments. This Panchakarma detox can be undergone by both healthy and the sick.

Panchakarma is not a one-time treatment. It is recommended to do this detox cleansing annually to prevent and promote health. This a special gift of Ayurveda to this world. Explore the magical healing power of Ayurveda.



Ayurveda- The Human Science Of Good Living

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Ayurveda, the science of Life, has a unique way of care. The basic principles of Ayurveda are very close to nature, derived from natural principles and is in harmony with each and every tone of nature. This is really interesting to know how this science has evolved in such a way that it is not a compartment system, but as a whole, it ensures the overall, multi dimensional or multiplanar balance of human life.

What are the basic things required for a good living. Forget the kuxury. There are essential components required. We need so many positive things for good living. Fortunately we are blessed with so many things, but the question is, are they able to provide us a good living?

Where will we get inights about good living? Take the case of food. The food matters a lot in maintaining health which is essential for good living. How a good food menu can be drafted according to the need of a person, age, geography, digestive power, likes and dislikes, season, time and many more? There are certain principles for that. These are well explained in Ayurveda.

This is just an example. The diet, activity, behaviour for maintaining a positive health and tips for good living are there in this science. As we believe, Ayurveda is not just a traditional or ancient healing system of India. It explains well about the way a person has to live. This healthy way of good living prevents illness, promotes health and longevity. Ayurveda explains about an internal functional balance that keeps everyone healthy. If there is an imbalance happening in our body due to many factors, there begins the illness. In the initial state, we have to make some changes in our diet and activity, otherwise known as ‘Pathya’, which itself can cure the condition. If necessary, there are medicines and treatments which can again help to get back the functional balance in the body.

Toxins make everything dirty. So cleansing means reomving the toxins. There are toxins getting collected in our body. Being a biological machine, there will be waste materials produced at the end. Normal cleansing system in our body is very active to eliminate these toxins through urine, stool, sweat and breath. But sometime our body produces more toxins due to unhealthy inputs and poor metabolism. These toxins get accumulated in the deeper tissues and this may gradually create the functional imbalance and end up with diseases. Hence an extra support is required for the body to eliminate these toxins and to maintain the cleanliness. Ayurveda has a unique way of cleaning the body by eliminating these deep tissue level. This is a therapeutically assisted cleaning process. The body is supported with the principles of nature to bring back the lost balance. This detox process, or cleansing technique is known as Sodhana chikitsa. For that, there are five simple process called Panchakarma.

All for good. The objective of each and every point mentioned in Ayurveda is for Good Living. Let us go back to the principles of nature and blend with that for good living.

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