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Research has shown that people with skin diseases have more emotional and social problems, a bad view of their bodies, and lower self-esteem than the average person. Studies about how psycho-cutaneous disorders show up have made people more aware of the mental effects of skin disease.


Ayurveda says that in pitta prakop, virechan helps get rid of the cause of the irritation and get the body back to a healthy state. This therapeutic purgation is most helpful for skin diseases like psoriasis, lichen planus, eczema, pimples, rash, allergy, etc., as well as acidity, indigestion, excessive vomiting, piles, fishers, fistula, diseases of the reproductive system, burning sensation, and diseases that are mostly caused by pitta.


One of the most important parts of Panchakarma Chikitsa, Basti karma focuses on getting the loosened vata dosha out of the body through the rectum. The treatment involves putting liquid medicines, like herbal oils and decoctions, into the person’s rectum. This is because vata is mostly found in the digestive tract and bones.


It is the best way to treat arthritic pain, nervous disorders, problems passing urine, stools, or flatus, not having periods, and not being able to have children. In this treatment, an enema is done with a mixture of herbs that are good for you. Medicated enimas work like magic on vataj disorders, different kinds of pain, problems with menstruation, skin problems, and diseases of the reproductive tract. In Ayurved, it is like half of the whole treatment.


Nasya therapy is one of the Panchakarmas that Ayurveda talks about. It is a way to give the drug (herbalized oils and liquid medicines) through the nose. Since the nose is the entrance to the head, the therapy is very good at treating a number of head diseases if it is done in a systematic way. Helpful for diseases of the eyes, nose, mouth, and teeth, as well as headaches, shoulder pain, hair loss and greying, slurred speech, and diseases that are caused by coughing.


One of Ayurveda’s Panchakarmas is a therapy called Raktamokshan. Raktamoksha, which literally means “Blood Letting,” is done to get rid of toxins in the bloodstream through the digestive system. It is a form of Panchakarma that is safe, doesn’t hurt, and works very well. Raktamoksha is used to treat skin conditions like urticaria, rash, eczema, acne, scabies, leucoderma, chronic itching, and hives because it helps clean the blood.


Abhyanga is a therapy that helps people keep their health in good shape. In this therapy, the client is covered in oil and then the oil is rubbed deep into the body with smooth, gentle strokes. Ayurvedic experts say that people should get an abhyanga massage every day to keep their bodies healthy, balanced, and clear. When you do Abhyanga regularly, it helps your eyesight, sleep, and skin tone.


Massage therapists use massage oil or lotion and long, smooth strokes, kneading, and other moves that focus on the top layers of muscle. By bringing oxygen and other nutrients to the body’s tissues, massage therapy improves circulation. It eases muscle tension and pain, makes muscles more flexible and mobile, and helps get rid of lactic acid and other waste. This makes muscles and joints less painful and stiff.


Ayurveda describes thousands of nadis (vibrational channels) throughout the body which connect different organs with each other. The nadis allow for a flow of prana (energy) from one part of the body to another. The marmas are like switching points where different nadis (channels) join. They are powerful points on the surface of the body (and throughout the body). The organ that each point controls is documented in the Ayurvedic literature .


Shirodhara is an Ayurvedic healing method that has been used in India for more than 5,000 years. The word “shirodhara” comes from “shiro,” which means “head,” and “dhara,” which means “flow.” Together, they make up a concept that aims to bring balance to the body and the mind by reviving the spirit and keeping the body healthy. This is done with a relaxing method that involves pouring warm oil over a client’s forehead for a long time.


Pain, stiffness, and swelling in the lumbar area go away quickly. Ideal for people who have back pain. A ring-shaped tank of black gramme paste is put over the spine, and lukewarm medicated oil is poured into it and kept at the right temperature.

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