Ayurveda A Purification Therapy

Purification therapy is a unique feature of Ayurveda by which the complete cure and non-recurrence of disease is made possible.

The functional components (doshas namely vatha, pitha & kapha) move all around the body through the channels of circulation to do the normal physiological activities. The disease is the result of imbalance in the quantity and quality of the doshas. During the disease process, the unbalanced doshas are lodged in the weak parts of the channels of circulation and produce the disease symptoms. If the channels of circulation are pure and healthy, even the aggravated doshas cannot locate anywhere and produce disease
Ayurveda offers two measures in the management of a disease:-
1.Pacifying therapy: -
In which the unbalanced doshas are pacified within the body itself. As this therapy does not cleanse the channels of circulation, there is the possibility of reprovocation when exposed to similar causative factors. This therapy is suited in conditions in which there is not much vitiation of the doshas.
2.Purification therapy:-
It is aimed at the complete expulsion of the unbalanced doshas and the purification of the channels of circulation. As the channels are cleansed and strengthened by this process, the chance of recurrence is nil.
Purification therapy can be implemented not only for curing diseases, but also to maintain health. No other systems of medicine can offer such an effective treatment measure. Therefore, we can proudly declare our superiority of Ayurveda to any other systems because of its purification therapy.
The purification otherwise called 'Pancha karma therapy’ is implemented in five ways:
1. Enema therapy: - It is best for vatha imbalance.
2. Purgation therapy: - Best for pitha imbalance.
3. Emesis therapy: - For kapha imbalance.
4. Nasal drops: - For all diseases above the neck.
5. Bloodletting: - Best for removing blood impurities

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