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'Panch' 'Karma'
The Five Therapies

Ayurveda’s Panchkarma system of five therapies balances the Doshas (the fundamental energies), boosts Agni (the digestive fire), eliminates ama (toxins), and rejuvenates the entire body, giving rise to a feeling of well-being that encourages happiness.

Diseases in which
Panchkarma is very effective

Panchkarma can provide an individual with countless advantages and aid in

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Panchkarma does not just treat diseases, it ensures health!

Ayurveda recommends Panchkarma at least twice a year for healthy individuals, speak with a dr. divya ayurveda Panchkarma specialist to know more

    What Ayurveda says about Panchkarma?

    Similar to an automobile is the human body! Your body needs routine upkeep just like it does and needs frequent servicing. The fertilizers in your food, cosmetics, and air and water pollution are all sources of ama (toxins), which slowly build up in your body and cause diseases. According to Ayurveda, everyone, even healthy people, should undergo Panchkarma at least twice a year to detoxify and rejuvenate the entire body.

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    Performing Panchkarma therapy regularly (quarterly, half-yearly, or annually) can help remove toxins from the body and guard against various illnesses. Therefore, Panchkarma is appropriate for both those with health issues and those in good health because it promotes cleaning and renewal. The human energy system, which consists of the mind, body, and emotions, is affected on all levels.
    Panchkarma is especially advised when a patient has severe symptoms, an excess accumulation of ama (toxins), and dosha (Vata, pitta, and Kapha) impairment. To determine the condition of your doshas and the extent of toxin buildup in your body, you should speak with an Ayurvedic doctor. Numerous physical, mental, and emotional symptoms could indicate a dosha imbalance or a significant increase in pollutants.
    You can also choose Panchkarma for recurring detoxification and renewal. It is highly advised during the changing seasons, especially spring and fall. Going for Panchkarma can benefit you if you regularly experience joint discomfort, headaches, muscular pain, tension, or anxiety.
    Panchkarma helps in the purification and rejuvenation of the body and mind. It does so by restoring balance of doshas and elimination of toxins. The therapy should be followed by a proper diet and lifestyle so that the positive changes triggered by Panchkarma are maintained, and noticeable results can be seen. Though Panchkarma may provide quick relief in relaxing and rejuvenating a healthy individual, in people with ailments it may take some time to show effects.
    Your health condition and the underlying sickness will determine how much ghee or oil you may need to consume. The doctor makes this determination after considering several variables, including the severity of your illness, the intensity of your gastrointestinal fire, age, the current season, etc. You will be instructed to gradually increase your ghee and oil intake to become used to the taste and strength of its effects.
    No matter how you feel, you will be asked to consume small vegetarian meals and soups throughout the Panchkarma procedure to prevent the doshas from becoming even more imbalanced. You will be advised to eat light, fresh, moderately spiced dishes rather than heavy, spicy, oily, stale, and non-vegetarian fare. Additionally, you must refrain from eating or sleeping late or during the day, as well as eating late. Throughout the treatment, you must entirely abstain from using tobacco, drinking alcohol, using narcotics, and eating meat.
    A patient undergoing Panchkarma therapy should lead a peaceful and unhurried lifestyle. It is forbidden to engage in activities that upset or exacerbate the doshas. It's advised not to stay up late or sleep in till the wee hours of the morning. Also must be avoided are vigorous activities, sleeping throughout the day, and sexual activity. It is advised that patients take baths at least an hour after receiving massages.
    Yes. Because Panchkarma therapy is created following the dominant season, it can be used at any time of the year. The greatest period for purging and renewal is during the spring, which lasts from March to April. A wonderful time to undergo Panchkarma is also during the autumn or fall.
    In general, it is suggested that someone undergoing Panchkarma rest and refrain from exerting themselves physically or mentally. If you must, you can go to work. You can go to work while receiving Panchkarma treatment if your job does not require much physical or mental effort.