Ayurveda refers to the science of Life. The word “Ayur” means Life, and “Veda” means Science or Knowledge. Many people today have health problems that are caused by lifestyle choices. Effective ayurvedic treatments are necessary to combat this pandemic. The Jaipur area has many ayurvedic hospitals In Jaipur ‘s climate and treatment methods are well-known even to foreigners.
Ayurvedic centers in Kerala provide treatments for many everyday health issues such as spine and neck pain, arthritis or Parkinson’s disease, weight loss, weight gain, and other conditions that can affect your daily life. Many people ask if Ayurveda is able to cure all health issues that no other medical service can. This is a complete myth. Ayurveda can treat all health problems. Ayurveda centers in Kerala offer Ayurveda treatments. The most popular and well-known therapies are Uzhichil (Pizhichil), Shirodhara, Nasyam, Shirodhara, Nasyam, and others. These treatments are not only used to treat a disease, but also to rejuvenate the body.
Ayurveda has a deep connection to Indian culture. The Panchakarma treatment, which is also popular in Kerala, is an effective therapy that can be found at the best ayurvedic center in Kerala. These holistic rejuvenation treatments and therapies can be used by all ages. Although the natural treatments and herbal content take longer to heal the disease, they are more effective than any other treatment. The best ayurvedic centre in Kerala also offers ayurvedic treatments that can be used to rejuvenate the entire body.
Vamanan (Medically inducible vomiting)
Respiratory system, upper gastrointestinal tract Vamanam is an extremely effective therapy for sinus and respiratory problems. It involves inducing vomiting using natural herbs and herbal products to eliminate toxins from the sinuses and respiratory system. You will have read our previous article about Doshas. The Kapha is one the three elements of your body. An excess of kapha can cause a variety of digestive and respiratory problems. Vamananam regulates kapha dosha and restores balance.
What it does: Before Vamanam, the person goes through the Snehakarma or Swedana Karma treatments to prepare them. Next, the person is placed in a comfortable position and given a special medicinal concoction. This special mixture is usually made with honey, milk, and rock salt. It stimulates the digestive lining and kicks off the vomiting process. Once all the medication is gone, the body naturally starts to eliminate the toxins.
Virechanam (Medically inducible purgation)
Every day, our digestive system is involved in a variety of processes. It digests, processes and excretes the food and drinks we consume. The body’s ability to absorb nutrients effectively is affected when toxins build up over time. It is possible for secretions that are responsible for processing nutrients, such as bile and pancreatic juices, to get entrapped in the body and not be expelled properly. It is therefore important to reset the digestive tract once in a while, to clean it thoroughly and allow it to renew itself.
Virechanam, a medically-induced purgation (or “fecal expulsion”) procedure, is an excellent way to eliminate toxins from the body’s digestive system. It is specifically designed to cleanse the stomach, liver, and pancreas. The therapy, which focuses on the ‘Pitta dosha, works miracles to treat any digestive disorders or skin conditions related to digestion, as well as eye diseases.
How it works It is important to fully understand the body and the issues that it faces before the treatment can be started. Rajah Ayurveda takes the time to understand each person’s unique digestive issues and creates a customized therapy that will work best. After the medication has been prepared, the patient is made to drink plenty of warm water. The medicine slowly starts to be digested and absorbs warm water. This stimulates the brain’s defecation center, which then kickstarts the production of bile and pancreatic juice. All secretions may be eliminated by the natural expulsion of the collective matter in the stool.
The large and small intestines of our bodies have the enormous task of processing all the food we eat and preparing it for defecation. As a result of constant wear and tear, stress, and accumulated waste, the effectiveness of the intestines decreases.
Snehavasthy, a type of enema, is a cleansing process in which medicated oil is used for the removal of waste and toxins and to oil the intestines to maintain their good health.
What it does: This procedure is usually performed after certain therapies, such as vimanam and virechana. The Snehavasthy follows a meal so that the body’s natural rhythms of waste are eliminated. With a syringe, medicated oil is gently applied to the rectum using a gentle pressure to allow it to flow upwards into the intestines. The specially prepared oil binds to the waste material in your intestines, thereby cleansing and nourishing the organs.
Uzhichil or Abhyanga (Oil Massage):
Uzhichil and Abhyanga
Ayurveda says that this therapy should be performed as a daily routine. We agree! Uzhichil (also known as Abhyanga ) is an oil massage that uses large amounts of oil infused with herbs. This oil massage can be done by one to two masseurs. The massage spreads the benefits of herbs throughout the body and is absorbed by the skin. In turn, the powerful strokes stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic circulation which then delivers the benefits from the active ingredients of the herbs to all areas of the body. It is no wonder that it is highly recommended to be done every day!
Nasyam (Nasally-administered treatments)
The human head is equal to the root of a tree in Ayurveda. It is important that all organs within the area are healthy and well-balanced. Nasyam, a great way to remove blockages or diseases of the neck and head, nose, scalp, hair and neck, is a gentle method that allows medicated oil droplets to be gently introduced into the nose. This oil is then absorbed by the body’s circulation system and nourishes all organs above and below the neck. It is important to prepare the face and neck of the patient before steaming. The special medicated mixture irritates the sinus mucus lining, leading to the release of the doshas. Rajah Ayurveda’s highly qualified professionals are trained to supervise this procedure.
Kashayavasthy (Herbal enema) –
Snehavasthy enema treatment is done after a meal. Kashavasthy enema treatment is performed before the meal. To maximize the benefits for the receiver, both therapies must be used together.
The preparation of the herbal mixture is a very precise process. There are specific steps to follow, including the order in which ingredients should be introduced. To make this therapy fully effective, it is crucial that the patient be ready for the procedure.
KashayavasthyThe mix is slowly introduced into the anus by firm pressure. The oil mixture contains medicinal herbs that nourish the lower digestive tract and help to clear it.
This gentle therapy, which is derived from three words – Dhanya, Amla, and Dhara (Stream), uses an herb-infused oil that is acidic to treat muscle pain and inflammation caused by arthritis, gout and partial paralysis.
What it does: First, you massage your head and body with oils. Next, you heat up a specially prepared oil infused with herbs and pour it all over your body. The stream flows from the neck and head, spreading the oils in gentle strokes throughout the body. After the process is complete, the recipient can choose to either wipe the body with a towel or take a hot bath. The oil’s acidic nature activates nerves to aid in oil absorption. The anti-inflammatory properties of herbs help relieve pain.
Rajah Ayurveda has many clients who complain about problems in their back. This is mostly due to the fact that most people are sedentary and crouch in front of computers, which eventually leads to stiffness and pain in the back. Kativasthi can be used to treat back problems.
What it does: Kateevasthy is a wonderful treatment that treats stiffness, pain in the back and inflammation. It involves submerging the body in a medicated oil. To ensure that the oil does not flow anywhere else, a soft, black-gram dough boundary is created around the focus area. The oil’s warmth stimulates blood circulation and encourages effective absorption. Its focussed action also relieves stiffness and back pain.
Pichu therapy is an effective method of relieving joint pain, stiffness, and muscle cramps. It involves soaking a cloth (or “Pichu”) in medicated oils and juices. Then, the cloth is placed on the target area of the body. Depending on the condition being treated, the temperature of the medicated fluid can be either warm or cold. Pichu therapy’s name varies depending upon the body part being treated. For example, siro pichu is for the head. As the medicated liquid slowly absorbs through the cloth, the warmth stimulates circulation and nerve endings. This aids in efficient absorption. This is a great way for joints to be lubricated, alleviating stiffness.