Ayurvedic Line of Treatment
Virechana Therapy--Virechana therapy is a sub -type of the Panchakarma treatment. Under this treatment, an individual is made to undergo through a controlled purgation. It helps to flush out the harmful toxins from the body. The main purpose of Virechana therapy is to expel Pitta Dosha from the body.
Vasthi or Medicated Enema – Vasthi therapy involves the introduction of herbal decoctions and medicated oil preparations into the rectum. It relieves constipation, digestive problems, chronic fever, colds, sexual disorders, kidney stones, heart pains, backache, sciatica and various joint pains. It is very much useful in deep Vata vitiation.
Swedenam – It is a sweating therapy done to remove toxins from an individual’s body in no time.
- Snigdha sweda – oiling type of sweating is administered.
- Rooksha Sweda – dry type of sweating is administered.
Abhyangam :- Abhyangam is a healing body massage that solely aims to refresh both your physical and mental health. It consists of further two sub therapy sessions. The massage sessions are also very much effective to control the ageing process and is widely used in natural anti-ageing programs. Abhyangam is ideally recommended for 14 days.
Kashaya Seka – It is done post to abhyangam massage session. It is much similar to Shirodhara session. In this treatment module, a stream of warm herbal water is allowed to stay on an individual’s body for approximately 30 minutes.
Shiro Dhara- in this therapy, medicated oil, butter milk and herbal extracts are allowed to flow as a continuous stream, just over the upper forehead. Along with this continuous stream, a gentle palm massage is done on the forehead by an experienced staff.
Padaghata – Massage is done with foot instead of hands. It is so because foot produces more pressure and it is preferred when deep tissue massage is needed.
Avagaha (Tub bath or Sitz bath) – A bathing tub is filled with warm oils, ghee, herbal decoctions and medicated milk to give a message session to the patient.
Shirolepa - Shiro means head and lepa means external application of paste. Shirolepa therapy includes application of beneficial natural herbs paste in an individual’s scalp. On the day of session, medicated oil is applied both over the body and head. It is followed by the application of paste in the scalp region. Then, the patient’s head is covered and tied with certain medicinal leaves to allow infiltration of the herbs’ properties in an individual’s scalp.
Dhara or Seka (Pizhichil) –Under this treatment, herbal oils and processed milk is poured in warm streams along with gentle stroking for a fixed time duration.
List of Ayurvedic Medicine for Men
- Mucuna Pruriens (Kawach) – The seeds of this medicinal plant contains various healing ingredients in it.
- Shilajit – It is a restorative and rejuvenating Ayurvedic tonic which helps to attain balanced and harmonious health.
- Safed Musli – It is highly beneficial to cure reproductive system disorder
- Ashwagandha – Boosts overall body immunity.
List of Ayurvedic Medicine for Women
- Ashwagandha Churna
- Phala Gritam
- Triphala Churna