Panchakarma

Panchakarma

RESTRICTION PERIOD OF PANCHKARMA

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RESTRICTION PERIOD OF PANCHKARMA

Following are the restrictions of Panchakarma for better therapeutic results.

Soon after the administration of any Panchakarma procedure, it is essential to follow up with samsarjana krama. This follow up procedures of seven days in case of vamana and virechana karma or double the duration of course of basti karma, helps in the restoration of the optimum functioning of the digestive system as well as regaining of physical strength. In addition to this certain dietary and behavioral restriction have to be strictly followed that helps in the early recovery. This duration following the Panchakarma procedure, during which the client has to follow certain restrictions is referred as pariharya kala meaning period of avoidance. Eight major factors are enumerated for avoidance and are collectively named as ashta-mahadoshakara-bhava. This word ashta mahadosha-kara-bhava simply means eight major incriminatory factors. So to say, proper administration of the Panchakarma followed by observation of samsarjana krama and avoidance of ashta-mahadoshakara-bhava during the pariharya kala provides complete recovery of the client as well as desired effect of the shodhana procedures. Further, the assessment of the complete recovery of the client following any of the Panchakarma procedures is done on the basis of the appearance of the following symptoms.

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Course Of Panchakarma

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COURSE OF PANCHAKARMA

In patients suffering from bahudoshavastha, or even in healthy persons to negate the deleterious influence of different seasons, all the shodhana procedures may have to be carried out in a single client. But all these shodhana procedures can not be administered simultaneously, rather carried out sequentially one after the other. Each shodhana procedure includes unique purvakarma, pradhanakarma and pashchatkarma and it requires certain duration for completion. Thus the whole course of Panchakarma, involving all the procedures carried out in a sequential order of vamana, virechana, basti and nasya karma, takes about 129 days for completion. The same is elaborated in following lines.

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Why?Whom?When Panchkarma should be done.

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Why?Whom?When Panchkarma should be done.

WHO?

  • PANCHAKARMA IN PHYSICALLY STRONG

Though the eliminatory procedures are said to be the radical approach in the treatment of any disease, it can not be performed in each and every patient. These procedures belonging to the category of apatarpana treatment tend to cause significant strain to the body. Hence is only indicated in physically strong persons. If for any reason the person to be treated is physically weak, then the shodhana therapy is contraindicated all together. In such situations, the different palliative procedures are the only options left to treat the patient irrespective of the severity of the illness as well as the amount of dosha vitiation.

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PANCHAKARMA IN BAHU-DOSHAVASTHA

PANCHAKARMA IN BAHU-DOSHAVASTHA

PANCHAKARMA IN BAHU-DOSHAVASTHA

Imbalance of dosha and its accumulation in the body is said to be the basic pathology of the disease process in general. Medicines may be given to pacify this kind of pathology. Or else accumulated dosha may be expelled out from the body by subjecting to eliminatory procedures. If the imbalance is pacified, later on depending upon the exposure to predisposing factors, there is every risk of recurrence of the illness. Contrary to this if the patient is treated by expelling the accumulation of the dosha, there is minimal or no risk of the recurrence. Therefore these eliminatory procedures, popularly known by the name panchakarma have an edge over any other medical management that pacifies the pathological accumulation of the dosha. To be more precise, oral medication or similar other therapies form the palliative treatment, and the employment of panchakarma will be the radical approach in this regard. So to say Panchakarma procedures are always preferred.

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