Ayurveda is the form of Indian medicine, dated as old as 5000yrs from the time of the sages. In today’s world where pollution and human altered food and its side effects are widely increasing, there is very less of us to amend in our lifestyle. The effects of pollutants, pesticides and fertilizers, preserved and adulterated food have all become a part of our daily life.
Making a sincere effort to modify the living conditions would only be an act in vain. As part of being healthy, an apt solution would be a periodical cleansing of your body. Ayurveda has the Panchakarma Treatment
; which means the 5 purification processes that can be done, both by the healthy and the ailing.
is performed as a detoxification act that is practiced from ancient time. Our body has various types of deposits within. The food we eat are metabolized and the waste are not always flushed out completely. When being under the Panchakarma treatment, we have an entire body flush that is performed. All deposits and toxin would be removed medically there by rejuvenating your body.
Ayurveda plays a vital role in maintaining the balance of our human life. Attaining moksha is one among the many aims of Ayurveda.
The purpose of Ayurvedam
is to prepare the body and mind for moksham or liberation. This journey towards liberation which is rooted in the philosophical reality of the bindu tatva is definitely beyond the more mechanical progression of creation preservation and destruction of life; even beyond the dualities of light and dark, heat and cold, positive and negative etc