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Panchkarma emphasizes preventative and healing therapies along with various methods of purification and rejuvenation Panchakarma is a formidable Ayurvedic therapy which eliminates accumulated toxins from the body, improves metabolic rate and digestive fire and brings balance to the dhatus (the energetic principles of the body and mind). This powerful therapy will leave your body younger, stronger and free from chronic ailments and your mind calms down, stress is released and you are relaxed.

Before Going for Basic Shodanas following procedures are done (POORVA KARMA)

  1. Snehana Karma
  2. Abhyanga
  3. Shirodhara
  4. Kati Basti
  5. Janu Basti
  6. Akshitarpana
  7. Swedana Karma

Before Going for Basic Shodanas following procedures are done (Paschat karma)

  1. Vamana: therapeutic vomiting or emesis
  2. Virechan: purgation
  3. Basti: enema
  4. Nasya: elimination of toxins through the nose
  5. Rakta Moksha: detoxification of the blood
  6. Purva karma ( Pre-operative procedure)
  7. Pradhan karma (Main procedure)
  8. Paschat karma (Post-operative care)


Snehan is executed to alleviate vata, and allay the doshas. Ghee and oil is used to accomplish these treatment procedures.
Diverse methodology required for the completion of Snehan phase is : Ekang Abhyang or Sarvang – Massage to various body parts.
Both mind and the body are prepared for smooth functioning from Abhyanga. It is well for all body types and also maintains stability between all three doshas.

    • Relives the stiffness and pressure in the cervical spondylitis.
    • Relives tension and stress
    • Increases mental alertness.
    • Relives eyestrains and headaches.
    • Helps to eliminate toxins, increases lymphatic drainage.


The term Dhara means flow and here it refers to pre-panchkarma therapy, it helps to open/unlock the channels of mind and body to aid the curing of disease. This treatment deeply relaxes the mind by directly influencing central nervous system. Technique Liquid medicaments such as (herbalized oil, Ghee and milk) are used in this panchakarma therapy.

    • Reduces mental stress.
    • Helps to cure Neuralgia.
    • Helps to cure Depression.
    • Helps to cure Headache or Migrane.


The word Kati refers to Low back and Basti stands for retaining something inside, in this case mainly medicated oil. The procedure of applying heat to the sacral or lumbar region by retaining warm medicated oil within a specially formed frame in this area is popularly known as ‘Kati Basti’. This is form of giving fomentation to localized area.

    • Increases the circulation in the region, as the herbal oil gets deeply absorbed into the skin, it both nourishes and strengthens the muscles and nerves.
    • Pacifies one of the primary sites of Vata, relieving pain, soreness, and tension and restoring flexibility.
    • Relieves chronic lower backaches and painful muscle spasms, stiffness, and degenerative problems.


In Sanskrit, Janu means knee and Basti means something that’s contained inside. Hence, in this Ayurvedic therapy i.e. Janu Basti, there is medicated hot oil that’s retained on the knee’s surface so as to give comfort to the body. There are many benefits associated with this therapy.

    • Brings in lubrication in knees.
    • Regulates the movements of the knees.
    • Pain and Stiffness in the knees is eradicated.
    • Blood Circulation in the knees area is improved.
    • Helps to cure chronic Arthritis of knees.


Netra Vasti, also known as Akshi Tarpana, is a process of keeping medicated ghee or oil on the eyes for a certain period of time. It is the best purification and rejuvenation process of eye and other sense organs. In healthy individuals it is carried out to protect the eyes from degeneration due to the aging process and to improve the vision in the diseased person.

    • Helps to cure Blurred Vision.
    • Helps to cure Darkness in front of Eyes.
    • Helps to cure Dryness of the Eyes.
    • Helps to cure Watering, Itching and Redness of Eyes.
    • Helps to cure Painful and Swollen Puffy Eyes.


Swedana is a procedure done to stimulate your sweat glands to increase perspiration and circulation. It alleviates vitiated vata and kapha dosha. It helps to reduce pain, stiffness, heaviness and coldness in your body.
There are several types of Swedana Karma:
➔ Sarvanga Vasp Swedana
➔ Baluka Swedana
➔ Sarvanga Vasp Swedana

    • Purifies tissue and Eliminates Toxins from the Body.
    • Improves Blood Circulation.
    • Removes Stiffness.
    • Removes blockage of channels or Srotas.
    • Reduces excess weight Gain.

Five Basic Shodanas: Cleansing Methods


Expulsion of aggravated doshas from the mouth region or the oral canal is called Vaman karma. It should not be compared with vomiting. Vaman karma is performed after sequence of procedures under the supervision of Panchkarma expert and is done according to condition of the patients.

    • Vitiated and Aggressive Kapha Dosha is expelled out of Body.
    • The Digestion and Metabolism power gets Enhanced.
    • It Improves Immunity.
    • One can live healthy for Long Life.


The Virachana therapy is medicated purification therapy, cleansing the body from excess pitta accumulation, purifying blood and clearing toxins. The therapy primarily concentrates on the toxins accumulated in the liver and gall bladder, thus cleansing the gastro-intestinal tract completely.

    • Detoxification in case of accumulation of Pitta Dosha.
    • Eliminates toxin accumulation in the GI Tract.
    • Effective Treatment for Piles, Constipation, Acidity, Ulcers, Liver/Spleen diseases, Jaundice, Inflammations.
    • Cleanses Body from Poisoning.


Basti’s literal translation is “bladder”, however, the Basti therapy referred to in Ayurveda is often talking about the application of the herbal enema. As a direct pathway into the colon, the Ayurvedic enema is very powerful for treating a number of issues and ailments, as well as cleansing toxins (ama) from the intestines.

    • Secretions in the colon are promoted by Basti karma, thereby ensuring a good health.
    • People suffering from constipation would find the treatment beneficial, because it promotes the liquefaction of ama and mala (waste products) in the colon.


Nasya treatment refers to an Ayurvedic therapy that includes instillation of herbal oils, juices or powders through the nasal route. It works specifically on disorders of ear, nose and throat. Nasya is one among the five Panchakarma therapies. It is especially desirable for diseases of parts above the base of the neck; nasal passage being the gateway of the head.

    • Strengthens the nasal passages.
    • Treats allergies and sinusitis.
    • Clears mucus blockages.
    • Opens blocked channels.
    • Treats Nasal Congestions.