In this treatment process, medicated rice (Njavara rice) is tied up in the form of boluses in muslin bags and these are applied externally over the body. The rice is cooked in a herbal decoction and cow’s milk
Panchashodana (Panchakarma) is cleansing of the body according to Ayurveda. This is a set of five (pancha = five in Sanskrit) procedures . Panchasodhana includes Vamana, Virechana, Sirovirechana,Nirooha, and Rakthamoksha.
Vamana treatment is a medicated emesis therapy that removes Kapha toxins accumulated in the body.
Virechana is a part of the Panchakarma treatment and helps eleminate excess Pitta from the body.
Sirovirechana which is also called as Nasya is the treatment of Infusing medicaments into the nose
Niruha Basti is the one of the most important treatment amongst the five detoxifying – cleansing therapies. It helps in clearing the lower part of the gastrointestinal tract and is the best remedial solution for Vata dosha.
Raktamoksha therapy is one of the Panchakarma’s of Ayurveda. Literally meaning Blood Letting, Raktamoksha is performed to eliminate the toxins from the bloodstream through the gastrointestinal tract.