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Detox Programme:
       
 Aim of Herbal Ayur Detox Programmes :

The aim of Herbal Ayur Detox is to provide Ayurveda therapies in an environment which focuses on restoring the body's balance. The goal is to ensure you leave our centre after the Detox recovered, energised and body balance achieved in a relatively short period of time.

We have designed a programme for individuals to Detox and recover from various specific problems.

Such as
General Recovery Detox Stress & Anxiety Depression Fatigue    
Allergies Digestive Problems Slimming Obesity    
Dependencies:                
Alcohol   Smoking
Drugs
Sexual
 
   

 Ayurvedic Herbal Detox Programme


We offer the programme on a residential basis, tailor-made for your recovery.

In Ayurvedic medicine, detoxification is carried out by using some of the Panchakarma therapies. It is a step by step process of treatments for the complete removal of toxic materials from the body.

These therapies include

Medicated oil massage Snehapanam ( Intake of medicated ghee ) Purgation ( Virechana )
Medicated Enema ( Vasti ) Errhines ( Nasyam ) Counselling
Meditation Intake of detoxifying herbs Diet

The therapies and medicines are prescribed after considering your Body type ( Dosha) profile by our qualified Ayurvedic medical practitioner.

The programme of treatment is carried out on residential basis, under close supervision. All therapies are carried out only after a detailed consultation with our qualified Ayurvedic medical practitioner. After consultation, our doctor will prescribe the needful therapies and herbal medicines on the basis of the Dosha profile.

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 DETOX DEFINITION
Detoxification is the process of eliminating or neutralizing toxins in the body.
       
 
 Purpose for Detoxification
Detoxification therapy seeks to rid the body of harmful toxins and therefore enable the body to heal itself and return to health.
       
 
 Description of Detoxification

Detoxification, which is the attempt to cleanse the body's internal systems and organs by natural means, is one of the oldest known medical treatments. Historically, it was achieved simply by fasting, or deliberately abstaining from taking in food for a certain period of time.

In modern times however, with the growing concern over environmental contaminants of all types, detoxification is advocated by some as a necessary means of staying healthy. Naturopaths and herbalists who hold that illness can be healed by the natural processes of the body are the most vigorous supporters of detoxification, since they believe that the primary cause of disease is the accumulation of retained wastes.

A toxin is basically anything that causes an irritation in the body or has a harmful effect on it, and there is little doubt that the world of the 21st century will be an increasingly toxic place.

In addition to these environmental threats, many people have adopted a lifestyle that adds further to their toxic intake by ingesting legal drugs (alcohol and tobacco) and sometimes illegal drugs (cocaine and marijuana). Conventional medicine practitioners, as well as traditional medicine practitioners, fear an epidemic that they call bioaccumulation, or a buildup and trapping of toxic substances in the body that weakens the organs of elimination as well as the immune system and gradually erodes health.
 
 
 Effect of Toxins

According to conventional medical practitioners these toxins are free radicals in the body. A free radical is a particular type of atom or a group of atoms that can damage cells and impair a person's immunity systems. The purpose of consuming antioxidants is to neutralize the harmful free radicals in the body.

Although both the practitioners of conventional medicine and those of traditional medicine agree that the body has its own natural processes for eliminating and neutralizing toxins (via perspiration, urination, exhalation, and bowel movements), they disagree on the question of whether those natural systems are capable of handling the nature and amount of toxins in today's world.

Those practitioners of traditional medicine, who believe that the body's systems are unable to cope with these daily poisonous assaults , argue that toxins accumulate in the body faster than they can be eliminated and are therefore the primary cause of disease. They also claim that toxic accumulation alters the body's metabolism and causes enzyme dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, and damaged immune systems, all of which contribute to physiological and psychological decline.
 
 
 The Need to Detox

Precisely because the body's natural cleansing systems are no longer up to the task, proponents of detoxification say everyone should detoxify at some point. They support their argument by listing the various symptoms of toxicity which include headache, fatigue, congestion, backaches, aching or swollen joints, digestive problems, allergy symptoms, and sensitivity to chemicals, perfumes, and synthetics. Others list constipation, hemorrhoids, mood changes, ulcers, psoriasis, and acne as common symptoms. By cleansing the body of built-up poisons and not adding more to the mix, we reduce the stress on the immune system and therefore promote healing and good health. Specifically, advocates of detoxification therapies claim increased vitality, reduced blood pressure and blood fats, and improved assimilation of vitamins and minerals.

 
 
 Ayurveda - The 5,000 year old Detox System

In Ayurvedic medicine detoxification is carried out by Panchakarma therapies. It is a step by step process of treatments for the complete removal of toxic materials from the body.

 
 
 Ayurvedic Therapies Include:

  Medicated oil massage,
  Steam bath,
  Snehapanam ( Intake of medicated ghee ),
  Purgation ( Virechana ),
  Medicated Enema ( Vasti ),
  Errhines ( Nasyam ),
  Intake of detoxifying herbs,
  Yoga
  Meditation
  Diet etc.

The therapies and medicines are chosen after considering the Dosha level of the body by a qualified Ayurvedic medical practitioner.


 

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