Panchakarma of Ayurveda and Yoga leads to rejuvenation
Panchakarma of Ayurveda and Yoga -Ayurveda advises living life according to nature. Ayurveda believes that our brain is the birthplace of most of our diseases. Many kinds of diseases arise due to negative tendencies like desires, feelings, malice, anger, greed, deeds. According to Ayurveda, there are three biological elements in the body of a human being called Tridosha. These three elements fluctuate within the body. Diseases arise due to disturbances or excess balance.
These three doshas – Vata (air element) Pitta (fire element) and Kapha. There are 5 subdivisions of Vata- Prana Vata, 2- Same Vata, 3- Udaan Vata, 4- Apana Vata and 5- Vyan Vata. There are also 5 subdivisions of bile- 1 seeker bile, 2- bharajak bile, 3- pigment bile, 4- supple bile and 5- digestive bile.
Similarly, there are 5 subdivisions of Kapha- 1- Claydon Kapha, 2- Avalabana Kapha, 3- Polished Kapha, 4- Rasan Kapha and 5- Sniffing Kapha. Severe disease arises due to deteriorating the balance of all. In such a case, diseases are never caus by performing Panchakarma.
What is Panchakarma: Pancha Karma or Pancha Kya, that is, five types of action that make the body healthy. Its main types are mentioning, but there are sub-types also. This Panchakarma Kriya is also a part of yoga.
1. Vomiting activity: The body is cleansed by vomiting. By removing the frozen phlegm in the body, the aharanal and stomach are cleaned.
2. Desiccation: In this, the intestines of the body are cleaned. In modern times, this work is done by applying anima but in Ayurveda, this work is done in a natural way.
3. Niruhavasthi Kriya: It is also called Niruha Basti. For the purification of the stomach, the decoction of milk, milk and oil are used, it is called Niruha Basti.
4. Nasya: In diseases of the head, eyes, nose, ears and throat, the treatment that is done by the nose is called Nasya or Shirovirechan.
5. Anuvasanavasti: The process of putting medicine in the anus is called Basti Karma and the Basti Karma in which only ghee, oil, or other lubricating liquids are used in large quantities is called Anuvasana or ‘Snehan Basti’.
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