Panchakarma is at the heart of Ayurvedic medicine. The intensive therapies of Panchakarma treatment are aimed at cleansing, purification, weight regulation, regeneration and harmonization of bio-energy because the balance of body and mind is the basis for joy, vitality, and performance.
Ayurveda recognizes three distinct bioenergies for every human, the “doshas”: ‘Vata’, ‘pitta’ and ‘Kapha’. The doshas make up the dynamic equilibrium of Health and Welfare. Ayurvedic doctors understand that there is an accumulation of waste products and toxins, so-called “Ama,” in the body tissues and channels when the three doshas are out of balance.
Panchakarma is a classical Ayurvedic process, which requires strong management and control. It is a process with multiple phases. Each person has to be treated individually, and the course of treatment depends on your personal constitution and your mental health. Initially and after Detox Program, it is necessary to closely monitor you and provide adequate preparation, supportive therapies, and specific guidelines.
Everyone reacts distinctively to Panchakarma, and each Panchakarma treatment is different from the last. Due to this, precise control is necessary for the whole process.
During the Panchakarma procedure, fatigue, malaise, headaches, congestion, general illness, and increased symptoms may occur as side effects. Also, because Panchakarma seeks to release stored emotional problems from the patient, some people can experience mental disturbances and depression during treatment. After the procedure, you will feel extreme relief and can get rid of all your physical and mental problems. If you feel physically healthy, this will help resume mental health automatically.