To achieve this balanced state of body, mind and consciousness, Ayurveda prescribes Panchakarma Therapy for the cleansing of body toxins and is considered necessary to start any other therapy.
This is a treatment for certain types of paralysis, headaches, mental disorders etc., in which herbal juices, and medicated oils are administered through the nostrils,for a period of 7 to 14 days. This cleanses central nervous system and sense organs.
Udvarthanam is an ayurvedic massage using herbal powders. The herbal powders are mixed with oil, milk or medicated juice and rubbed upwards onto the body. It is done for 30-45 minutes per day for a period of fourteen to twenty - eight days.
This is a treatment process for patients suffering from facial palsy, migraine, dryness of mouth, throat and nostrils, insomnia, spondylitis etc.In this treatment lukewarm herbal oils are poured into a cap fitted on the head.
This is an emesis treatment done through oral route to eliminate excess mucus by means of therapeutic vomiting and is recommended for patients suffering from chronic asthma, tonsillitis etc.
Udvarthanam is an ayurvedic massage using herbal powders. The It is a process by which the body is made to perspire by means of pouring warm medicated milk with a special vessel from a certain height in a rhythmic manner and is rubbed into the body in seven different postures.
Ksheeradhooma is an Ayurvedic fomentation therapy with medicated milk of cow, generally given to face. It treats vata related disorders. Ksheeradhooma is not applied if kapha is also involved in the specific condition.
This is a process of cleaning the eyes using running medicated water. It is recommended for relaxing and soothing the eyes and the optical nerves that have been subject to stress and strain.
This form of treatment relieves various inflammatory diseases of the body. These include rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, back aches, head aches, skin diseases, etc. Lepanam is spreading of thick herbal paste on any afflicted area of the body.