Virechana Ayurvedic Treatment
The medical branch of science is a healing system and art of living healthy and disease-freely. Ayurveda – is the science of life and promotes the use of preventative and restorative therapies that purify and regenerate the body, mind, and spirit. Panchakarma therapy consists of five procedures that can prevent and treat various illnesses. One of the five therapies is the purifying therapy Virechana.
Virechana Ayurvedic treatment in Pune follows one of the five natural therapies of Panchakarma. It is an Ayurvedic therapy that can restore and purify the mind and body from the inside. The term ‘Virechana’ refers to purge or any substance capable of causing purging in the body.
What is Ayurvedic Virechana Treatment?
For many generations in India, we have followed ayurvedic treatments, and Virechana is one of the ayurvedic panchakarma treatments to purify the body and enhance general wellness. Virechana is a purifying method involving natural chemicals and detoxification therapy. The technique can help eliminate toxins from your body, increasing energy and mental clarity. Additionally, it aids in the bloodstream and digestive system purification.
Virechana is a regulated process that collects all of the body’s ama, or toxins, accumulates them in the small intestine, and removes them. It effectively treats all ailments caused by Pitta imbalance or aggravation, including hyperacidity, colitis, migraine, acid peptic disease, chronic migraines, allergies, and many skin diseases such as leprosy dermatitis, etc. It assists the body in achieving a state free of exacerbated Pitta dosha and associated disease-causing toxicity. In addition, Virechana induces the formation of Pitta in the body, which aids digestion and metabolism. The many herbs employed in the treatment function as decongestants and laxatives that cleanse the colon, sweat glands, liver, and spleen. Like all Ayurvedic treatments, we only guide Virechana after carefully assessing each person’s tolerance and health.
Virechana Ayurvedic Treatment in Pune
Panchakarma therapy tries to eliminate excess Doshas from the body to sustain health for a more extended period, whereas Shamana therapy suppresses vitiated Doshas within the body.
Virechana therapy purifies the gastrointestinal tract. The treatment focuses on the accumulation of toxins in the liver and gallbladder. Doctors offer this medication three days after controlling Vamana, though it can vary from patient to patient. Virechana can be delivered immediately following purvakarma without the initial Vamana therapy.
Virechana is a de-toxification procedure in which we use drug-induced purgation to eliminate excess Pitta Dosha from the body. Typically, following Virechanakarma, patients do not report any adverse symptoms similar to those that occur after diarrhoea caused by dehydration.
Purpose of Virechana Treatment
Virechana Therapy is highly effective and suggested for the following:
- Disorders such as acne, gastritis, eczema, intestinal ulcers, and stomach and liver infections result from Pitta exacerbation.
- Detoxification in the case of Pitta dosha buildup
- Eliminates accumulation of toxins in the digestive tract
- Effective remedy for piles, acidity, constipation, ulcers, liver/spleen problems, jaundice, and inflammations.
- Purifies the body of toxins
- Heals mild and chronic skin conditions
- Alleviates headaches, anaemia, large intestine pain, and non-healing wounds
- Assists in controlling diabetes, asthma, and heart disease
- Reduces gynaecological disorders
The Virechana Method
Virechana is an essential procedure in Ayurveda. Before the actual process, the individual must undergo Vamana, or vomiting therapy, followed by Samsarjana (a special eating regimen), Snehakarma, or oleation therapy.
On the day of your ayurvedic Virechana treatment, we examine the individual’s digestion for symptoms of weakness. If the symptoms indicate indigestion of food, we make the individual fast for a few hours. Additionally, they must have a restful night’s sleep before the therapy.
The Virechana treatment begins in the morning, typically between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. when the Kapha time has passed. Controlling of Virechana medication happens by this time. The type of medication and dosage are determined according to the individual’s Kostha or bowels, physical constitution, vitiated doshas, and any disorders they may have.
We use herbs with astringent and sweet properties to purge Pitta-afflicted people. For Kapha aggravation, we offer pungent herbs, but for Vata aggravation, hot, oily, and salty herbs are used. We also offer mild snehana or oleation to patients suffering from skin illnesses or eruptions, trauma, poison, inflammation, jaundice, anaemia, and diabetes. Fatty purgatives, like castor oil, must be given to them. However, if they have previously received oleation therapy, dry and non-fatty purgatives are advised.
The potency of the purgative plant used for Virechana differs across individuals. For instance, offering a mild purgative when the individual is weak, has a moderate imbalance of doshas, has previously received purification therapy, and the nature of their Kostha is unknown. After a brief period of medication administration, purging begins. As it recurs, the client should continue to consume tepid water to encourage the process and prevent dehydration.
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