Ayurvedic treatment can be broadly classified into two:
I) Shodhana Chikitsa (Purification Therapy)
II) Shamana Chikitsa (Aleviating Therapy)
Shodana Chikitsa involves the removal of toxic by-products formed in the body through various therapeutic procedures. By undergoing the five procedures involved in the therapy, known as Panch Karma, the normal tone is brought back to the system and a balance is attained.
1) Vamana (Emesis Therapy) internal medicine are administered to induce vomiting.
2) Virechana (Purgation Therapy) internal medicines are administered to induce purgation.
3) Nasyam (Nasal Medication) Herbal medicines in the form of oil or powder are administered through the nostril.
4) Basti (Medicated Enema Therapy) Herbal medicine in the form of decoction or oil is administered through anus.
5) Rakthamokshan (Blood Letting Therapy) Impure blood is drained out of the body through needle pricking, venesection, leaching etc.
Before Panchkarma,the toxic elements in the body are loosened and made ready to be removed using the Snehana karma (Oleation Therapy) and/or Swedana karma (Sudation Therapy).
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