As a human being advances in age,
grows above 30 years, or by the time he is 40, the individual
unexpectedly suffers from minor or major disease, this is
because during all the years since the birth of the individual,
gradually unwanted toxins or unwanted metabolic substances
have accumulated in the human body which is against the nature.
These unwanted toxins or the metabolic substances have been
accumulated for the reasons being, of the pollution that we
breathe, the chemicals that we eat (all the vegetables are
now a days grown by spraying chemicals), lack of movement
of the body etc.
This unwanted material inside the body weakens the resistance
of the body, by damaging the purifying organs of the body
thus creating a disequilibrium in the body. Therefore there
arises a need to remove these unwanted material out of the
human beings body, to maintain an equilibrium with the nature.
Ayurveda teaches us the appropriate life style to keep away
from this toxins by creating an equilibrimium in the body.
Panchakarma is one of the Ayurvedic treatment which throws
out all the unwanted material out of the human body through
all the openings a human body has. The Panchakarma procedures
varies different for different for different individuals.
The patient is first diagnosed and a specific procedure is
selected for that individual by a Team of Doctors, which continues
for 21 days.
During this treatment the individual has to observe a strict
diet and even for some days will be kept on a light diet.
Ayurveda practised at ANHC GOA INDIA
Ayurveda - "The complete knowledged of long life"
is a system of traditional medicine. in Sanskrit Ayus means
longetivity and veda means related to knowledge or science.
Ayurveda adopts the physics of 5 elements - earth, water,
fire, air, ether - that compose the universe including human
body. Chyle or plasma, blood, flesh, fat, bone, marrow, semen
or female reproductive tissue are the seven primary constituent
elements - Saptadhatu of the body. Ayurveda stresses the balance
of 3 elemental energies or humors - Vata (air and space, "wind),
Pitta (fire and water, "bile"), Kapha (earth and
water, "phlegm). According to ayurveda medical theory,
these 3 substanes - doshas - that which detoriates are important
for health, because when they exist in equal quantity body
will be healthy, and when they are not in equal amount, body
will be unhealthy in various ways. One ayurvedic theory asserts
that each human being possesses a unique combination of doshas
that define the persons temperament and characteristic. Humoral
equality is identical to health and that persons with prepondarnces
of humors are proportianately unhealthy. Ayurveda asserts
that building a healthy metabolic system, attaining good digestion
and proper excretion leads to vitality.