The three primary energies of the body—Vata, Pitta, and Kapha—are balanced through herbal combinations and dietary adjustments at the Ayurvedic therapy centre in Karnataka. Every person possesses these fundamental energies, or doshas, though to varied degrees of power and size. The individual's entire constitution, or Prakriti, is determined by the dosha that predominates over the others.
In contrast to the Western medical system, Ayurvedic remedies use the body's innate abilities to cure itself and the forces of nature. The procedures are carried out in a licenced Ayurveda facility under the direction of skilled doctors and nurses. You should seek your Ayurvedic practitioner's guidance before using any oral drugs to avoid serious side effects and disappointment due to subpar outcomes.
The Naadi Pariksha and Ashtavidha Pariksha are the two most popular methods in the Ayurvedic system of diagnosing sickness. Monitoring the pulse is known as Naadi Pariksha. In contrast, Ashtavidha Pariksha is a more thorough procedure that includes checking the pulse, urine, faeces, tongue, voice, skin, eyes, and general body appearance.
List of Ayurvedic Treatments
To design a therapy specifically for you, your Ayurvedic practitioner will consider your symptoms, Nadi pariksha, prevailing dosha, and overall constitution. The practitioner will then recommend herbal medicines, dietary changes, physical activity, and other lifestyle modifications to begin the healing process and bring about good changes in your body.
Contrary to popular belief, Ayurvedic remedies can coexist successfully with contemporary therapy. You can use Ayurvedic remedies as a complement, if your doctor approves, to hasten healing and recovery.
Abhyanga Ayurvedic massage
A traditional self-performed full-body massage using medicinal oil is called abhyanga. To relieve tension, boost circulation, and reduce inflammation, the oil is briefly warmed before being applied to the entire body, from head to toe. Depending on the illness it is intended to treat, the oil may contain different herbs infused explicitly into it.
Treatment with Kati Vasti
By keeping heated medicinal oil on the lower back for a predetermined amount of time, Kati Vasti is a traditional treatment for lower back pain and inflammation.
By massaging the body with a bundle of herbs wrapped in a muslin cloth and bathing in warm oil, the elaichi treatment causes perspiration. The procedure relieves physical aches, painful muscles, and tension.
Njavara Kizhi Therapy
Boluses of cooked rice, milk, and herbal extracts are used in this ancient Ayurvedic massage technique to encourage perspiration. Patients with arthritis or anyone experiencing short-term or long-term musculoskeletal discomfort can benefit from this massage therapy.