Department Of Panchkarma
About Panchkarma –
The disease causing Doshas (Toxins) if expelled out of the body will cause no recurrence and to expel them out of the body Panchakarma procedures have been explained in Ayurveda .The word meaning of Pancha is five and karma means therapies. Thus Panchakarma are five major procedures which are performed to detoxify the body . It is fastest growing speciality in field of Ayurveda providing effective methods of treatment which detoxify the body.
The department aims to impart quality education in field of Panchakarma .We have well trained UG and Pg teachers .Different research works are conducted from 2013 . Till now 18 students passed Post graduation and 6 are newly registered for MD course.
We have well equipped Panchakarma unit .All procedures are performed by trained male and female therapist under supervision of senior consultant .The panchakarma therapies are performed on both OPD and IPD level. We provide promising results in Arthritis, Skin Disease, Neurological Conditions, Lifestyle Disorders, Obesity along with Rejuvenation and Relaxation therapies .
Panchakarma is divided into three parts:
• Purva Karma (Preparatory Process)
• Pradhan Karma (Main Treatment)
• Paschyat Karma (Regimen to be followed afterwards)
1) Purva Karma (Preparatory Process)
Pradhanakarma consists of five steps:
(a) Vamana (Emesis Therapy):
In this therapy artificial vomiting is induced through herbs. It is done to remove Kapha toxins collected in the body .It is the most effective treatment in Kapha Dosha. Vaman can be performed at any time after Snehana and Swedana.
People suffering from obesity, psychological disorders, bronchial asthma, psoriasis, hyperacidity, and skin disorders can opt for Vamana.
(b) VIRECHANA (Purgation):
This process is done on people with increased Pitta doshas. In this treatment Pitta Doshas collected in the liver and gallbladder are removed.
Diseases such as diabetes, asthma, skin disorders such as herpes, paraplegia, hemiplegic joint disorders, digestive disorders, constipation, and headaches can be cured through Virechana Therapy.
(c) NASYA (Nasal Administration):
Nasya eliminates the increased Kapha doshas situated in the head. In this process medication is given through the nose. In this therapy medicated oil is used through the nose to clean the Kapha toxins from the head and neck part. This therapy can be given up to 30 days, depending on the condition of the patient.
It improves insomania, memory, eye sight, pre-mature greying of hair, relieves from headache, migrane etc.
(d) BASTI (Enema):
Most of the disease is caused by the imbalance in Vata Dosha. Basti treatment is mainly used in the rainy season as Vata dosha is high in this season.
Basti is considered as the best panchakarma treatment as all the three imbalanced doshas can be corrected. The accumulated toxins are removed from the body.
This therapy is beneficial for cervical spondylitis, digestive disorders, backache, infertility, obesity, piles etc. The therapy may be given for 8 to 30 days based on the requirement of patient.
(e) RAKTA MOKSHANA:
Raktadosha is caused due to impurities in blood. Any disturbance in blood circulation causes disease. This therapy is done to remove the impurities in blood.
3) Paschyat Karma (Post- Operative Process)
Paschyat karma is a special diet and instruction to be followed after panchakarma treatment. This diet helps the person to acquire sufficient calories along with maintaining doshas.by following these diets it increases strength and energy of the body, improves metabolism and activates the appetite.