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The main focus of ayurveda is to maintain the health of healthy person and then cure the ill person.
There are many treatments in the Ayurveda for rebalancing health.
They include:
Lifestyle changes like going to bed at a regular time
Diet changes like eating more warm foods or oils or greens
Herbs – in many forms, loose powder, capsules, teas, medicated ghee/oil, tinctures, honey balls.
Body treatments
PanchaKarma – deep cleansing and rejuvenation process
Yoga, Meditation
Aromatherapy, Color Therapy
There can be a detox effect which can take the form of mild flu-like symptoms, or a rash. This usually is a normal reaction and means that the herbs are doing their job. Sometimes the reaction can be stronger and usually the practitioner makes an adjustment in the dosing.
Ayurveda can help with cancer and it can work very well with traditional cancer treatment protocols. It would depend on the type, stage and aggressive nature of the cancer and what your doctor recommends. Before Cancer Treatment – your ayurvedic professional can identify a proper diet, lifestyle, and herbs to retain and gain strength before entering treatment.
During cancer treatment – Ayurveda can help to minimize side effects and symptoms from cancer treatments and to keep the digestive fire strong. Herbal juices can be used during chemotherapy and radiation. Herbs and medicated oils can be used in the intervals between treatments to support and enhance the cancer treatment therapies. Meditation, breath exercises and a practice called yoga nidra again provide immense support during this phase.
Post Cancer Treatment – Cleanse the body of the toxins after cancer treatment, strongly tonify and build healthy tissues, rebuild and strengthen Immunity. The usage of herbs, foods, body therapies, and yoga practices to prevent another occurrence.
Ayurveda can help to minimize side effects and symptoms from cancer treatments and to keep the digestive fire strong. Herbal juices and teas and digestive spices on foods can be used during chemotherapy and radiation. Manjishtha tea decoction and cilantro leaf juice are particularly helpful. Herbs and medicated oils can be used in the intervals between treatments to support and enhance the cancer treatment therapies. Meditation, breath exercises and a practice called yoga nidra again provide immense support during this phase. Ayurveda uniquely offers support in order for the body to let go and allow deep healing to occur.
There is usually ama or toxins and poor digestive fire at the root of arthritis. Panchakarma is generally advised because of the toxins. Treatment depends on the doshic imbalance associated with arthritis. If Vata is primarily involved then stiffness, pain, and dryness and we are using warm cooked moderately spiced foods, haritaki, castor oil internally/externally, and possibly yogaraj guggulu or simhanada guggulu If Pitta is primarily involved, then there is inflammation with burning sensations and we using greens in the diet, cooling spices, herbs that add moist and cool properties, amalaki, and possibly kaishore guggulu If Kapha is primarily involved, then there is swelling and water retention and we are using hot pungent spices on warm cooked foods, bibhitaki, and possibly diuretics triphala guggulu or punarnava guggulu or simhanada guggulu. Yoga is helpful for all arthritic conditions
If you have broken bones, acute bleeding externally or internally, advanced, acute, debilitating forms of diseases, or cancer you are seeing an allopathic doctor.
Does Ayurveda helps in all other conditions especially chronic conditions and conditions that are not responding to Western treatments?
Ayurveda helps with
GI issues (ulcers, IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, diverticulitis,
fatigue, pain (low back pain, muscular or bone pain, …),
hormone/endocrine function (diabetes, infertility, menopause…) ,
weight issues, immune system function (cancer),
auto-immune (hashimoto’s, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, MS ….) ,
nervous system (RLS, parkinson’s,
respiratory system (asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis,…),
circulatory system (hypertension, cholesterol, heart function…) ,
cognitive function and psychological disorders/imbalances (memory, depression, stress, anxiety, insomnia, bipolar, …),
urinary function, anti-aging, and many more.
Nature! Ayurveda remedies are all based on the concept that you can eat your therapies. That is why there is such an emphasis on making sure that the herbs, oils, and other substances come from clean sources so that we don’t create more toxins in the body.
The sages of India receive the gift of Ayurveda was a gift from the Hindu gods at least 5000 yrs. ago. New research is showing that Ayurveda was alive and well 10,000 to 20,000 years ago. The 3 major books of Ayurveda are authored by Charak, Vagbhat, and Sushrut. The 3 minor books of Ayurveda are authored by Sharngadhara, Bhavamishra, Madhava.
Ayurveda treats the root cause of disease and allopathic methods treat symptoms. Ayurveda goes after the root cause which will have a more longstanding effect.
Ayurveda allows you to take the reins of your own health. You don’t have to wait for a prescription or undergo unnecessary tests. For example, if you normally have a pattern of getting a little constipated in fall, then prior to fall you would start eating more warm cooked moderately spiced foods, ingest more healthy oils, take in more water and warm herbal teas, return to a more regular routine, avoid cold & drying foods.
Vikruti is your current imbalance, and Prakruti is your basic constitution you were conceived with. In Ayurveda, we are unwinding the vikruti (imbalance) and returning you to your prakruti (basic constitution).
What are the 5 Prana Vayus? These are the subcategories of the Vata Dosha. Vata is responsible for movement, and each vayu governs a different aspect of movement of prana. Note that prana vayu is different from prana. Prana by itself refers to vital life force energy; prana vayu refers to the movement of prana or vital life force energy into the head and chest areas from the crown.
Vayu – Area of Body – Function
prana – head, chest – governs intake, respiration, inspiration, forward momentum
Apana – pelvis – governs elimination, downward movement
Samana – navel – governs assimilation, absorption of food and mental impressions, discernment
Udana – throat – governs speech, expression, growth, muscle movement, upward movement
Vyana – heart & whole body – governs circulation from heart to exterior, expansion
What it is: Prana is our vital life force energy. Prana animates life; it is what brings us to life. Death is prana leaving the body. Prana infuses every cell and tissue with energy. Prana animates our prakruti. It is the energetic and creative aspect of consciousness. The whole universe is a manifestation of prana.
Sources of prana include: air, earth, sun. Since plants grown in the earth and take in sunlight, they contain massive amounts of prana. Eating local, organic, fresh plants yields large amounts of prana. Pranayama in yoga or breath exercises also bring in prana.
Ways to increase Prana: breath exercises (pranayama), spend time outdoors, exercise, surround yourself with high vibration people, eat lots of local, organic, seasonal whole foods, walk barefoot on the earth, chanting
How can I control and concentrate Prana? there are yogic practices of using breath retentions, bandhas (locks), kriyas, visualizations, and meditations to harness Prana
How does prana enter the body? When we born into this life, prana enters the adipati marma point at the top of the head when the fontanels are separated. Prana enters the body thru the 5 senses. Prana comes into the body from the food we eat, the air we breathe, and from absorbing the energies of the earth and heavens. Prana travels through thousands of tiny channels called nadis to every cell in the body.
All yoga systems work with Prana, or energy. In Tantra Yoga, we work with mastering prana in order to master the mind, rather than working with the mind directly.
Juncture points where the matter in the body meets the energetic aspect of our being Energy points in the body used for healing body, mind, spirit
It is where 2 or more types of tissue meet, such as veins, muscles, ligaments, bone or joints; for instance, the point between the eyebrows is a marma point
Access points to the innate healing intelligence of the body
There are 107 marma points
You add hot water to melt the ghee and then drink it on an empty stomach. You don’t eat until you are genuinely hungry later that day.
You lie on the bathroom floor on your left side, insert the enema tubing or bottle filled with medicated oil or tea, and then hold it for as long as you can. Once you get the urge to defecate, you will then use the toilet to release the oil or tea. You then wear pad or disposable underpants overnight to catch any leaking oil or tea. You are fine to wear your normal undergarments the next morning.
The cost of panchkarma depends upon the disease, condition of patient and what panchkarma treatment doctor advised for how many days. Is it single panchkarma or combination of panchkarma treatment along with councelling or yoga sessions.
PanchaKarma means 5 actions.
The 5 possible actions that may be used in panchakarma are:
Vamana (therapeutic vomiting for excess Kapha),
Virechana (purgation – strong laxative for excess Pitta and Vata),
Basti (medicated enemas for excess Vata),
Rakta moksha (bloodletting – for excess Pitta, periphery diseases) – when excess toxins are carried in the blood to peripheral areas, ie skin diseases
Nasya (nasal oil – Head, neck areas, lingering doshas) – improves flow of prana, opens channels of the head, cleanses
nasal tract and sinuses, helps allergic conditions additional body treatments such as: abhyanga (warm oil body treatment), shirodhara (streaming of warm oil on the forehead), and steams, fasting, exposure to wind/sun, exercise, taking herbs that destroy toxins are treatments that may be used in panchakarma