According to Ayurveda medicine, once the disease or disorders
have become acute and / or chronic, the balancing Ayurveda
therapy becomes obsolete because of the span of time it would
require the therapy to completely rebalance the Doshas.
It is therefore advisable by Ayurveda health studies that
one should cross over to a more intense therapy, an elimination
therapy instead of a balancing therapy, better known as the
Shodhana herbal natural remedy therapy.
Reasonable enough, the elimination therapy requires much
less time than the balancing therapy for its herbal remedies
to take effect and is also more effective on the weakened
With the use of Pancha Karma Ayurveda technique, the Shodana
elimination therapy works by expelling the malicious Doshas from
the body. The therapy involves the use of the following cleansing
- Vamana- emetic therapy (supervised vomiting Ayurveda treatment)
- Virechana- the use of health herbal laxatives
- Vasti- healing herbal enema
- Nasya- nasal administration
- Rakta Mokshana - blood letting
The Shodhana elimination therapy is normally
initiated by preparatory herbal treatments in order to soften
the Doshas causing the disorder and /or disease concerned.
These preliminary treatments, that always include herbal
products, have also the duty to move these Doshas to either
the stomach or directly to the intestine where the above listed
Ayurveda herb cleansing methods can be applied to completely
remove these harm full Doshas from one's body.
Most importantly, for your reference, these Ayurveda care
herbal series of treatments, collectively named as the Shodhana
elimination therapy, can and should be used by anyone to prevent
the Doshas from attacking the body immunization system rather
than curing the disorder when the harm has been done.
Any female during her pregnancy period should avoid practicing
the Shodhana therapy unless it is otherwise directly recommended
and prescribed by a qualified health herbal professional practitioner.