Panchakarma is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it. These are called Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Nasya, and Raktamokshana.
Vamana is a procedure in which Doshas are eliminated through upper channels.
Virechana is one of the Panchakarma therapies wherein purgation is induced by drugs and it specifically aims at the elimination of excessive Pitta Dosha from the body.
Basti is the introduction of herbal decoctions and medicated oils into the colon through the rectum.
Nasya Treatment is an ayurvedic treatement which helps in cleansing the head and getting rid of allergies via ayurvedic means.
Raktamokshana is an effective blood purification therapy, in which carefully controlled removal of small quantities of impure blood is conducted to neutralise accumulated toxins.
According to Ayurveda, the body comprises of three primary life forces or humors. In Ayurvedic terminology, they are called doshas. The state of balance or equilibrium between these three doshas in the body is called health and the state of imbalance or disequilibrium is disease.