Panchakarma – As the name suggests, Panchakarma means five types of therapeutic measures. It is an amalgamation of 5 treatments to evacuate the invalid ‘dosha’ from the body.
The treatment that follows with these are remarkably good for easing deep rooted diseases as well as improve mental and physical well being. In simple words, it detoxifies the body and mind by quitting ‘Ama’ a foul smelling and harmful substance for the smooth functioning of the body.
Yoga - Yoga and Ayurveda are interrelated to each other and share the same great tree of Vedic knowledge that rings around all of human life and the entire universe. This is not a form of exercise but a lifestyle that includes a combination of breathing techniques, meditation, and postures. It weaves a fusion between the mind, body, and soul and due to this yoga has been regarded as one of the most holistic alternative therapies. One type of yoga is the ayurvedic massage yoga that needs a lot of stretching. These stretches are sprinkled with various massage techniques.
Builds Immunity - In the traditional ayurveda medicine, different types of herbs, vitamins and proteins are blended together to prevent the immune disorders. This technique strengthens the body’s defenses and keeps the appetite strong so that any kind of illness does not settle in.
Reduces stress – There are some tonics and activities that are meant for reducing and relieving stress for the physical well-being. However, balancing mood as well as mental activity can involve getting more deeply in tune with the spiritual and tipping the scales back down from the material world.
Detoxifies/ Cleanses the body – Ayurveda helps in digestion and keeping the body in balance. Ayurveda medicines help in cleansing the overall insides of the person too, who might be suffering from any illness, be it physically or mentally.