Spa & Wellness
In principle, the Ayurvedic approach to the treatments of a disease is of two types.
1) Samana Chikitsa (Rejuvenation)
2) Sodhana Chikitsa (Purification by Panchakarma)
Rejuvanation treatment is the conservative treatment by the administration of suitable drugs for subsiding or alleviating vitiated doshas. Those diseases cured by rejuvenation treatment may recur.
Purification therapy is a radical treatment for a disease which eradicates or eliminates the vitiated doshas. Thus it completely prevents the relapse of a disease. The so-called “Panchakarma Therapy” of Ayurveda also comes under Shodhana Chikitsa, which also forms the fundamental basis of Ayurveda. Panchakarma Therapy The classical Panchakarma Therapy is a comprehensive method of internal purification of the body by five special types of Ayurvedic treatment procedures, namely – Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Vasti and Raktamoksha.
Inducing emesis by medication for expelling aggravated Kapha Dosha from the body.
Purgation treatment for expelling aggravated Pitha Dosha from the body.
Medicated enema treatment with herbal oils and decotions for expelling the aggravated vata dosha.
Nasal Medication for the purification of Head.
Rekta moksha –
Selective blood letting for expelling vitiated Blood from the body.Samana ChikitsaSodhana Chikitsa (Purification by Panchakarma)