Panchakarma Treatment

Mind-body-spirit healing experience for purifying the body, strengthening the immune system, restoring balance and well-being

AyurVAID Hospitals is now a part of Apollo Hospitals Group.


Panchakarma is the most definitive mind-body-spirit healing experience for purifying the body, strengthening the immune system, restoring balance and well-being, and reconnecting you with your soul.

Panchakarma removes excess doshas, corrects imbalances, and eliminates the harmful ama out of your system through the body’s own organs and pores of elimination (colon, sweat glands, lungs, bladder, urinary tract, stomach, intestines, etc.). Panchakarma purifies the tissues at a very deep level.

The whole procedure is divided into 3 stages. It is important to follow all three stages of Panchakarma to achieve proper results.

  1. Purva karma ( Pre-operative procedure)
  2. Pradhan karma (Main procedure)
  3. Paschat karma (Post-operative care)

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AyurVAID's Procedure of Panchkarma

Vaman – emesis – induced vomiting
Virechana – purgation – induced laxation
Vasti – medicated enemas of decoctions or oils
Nasya – nasal medication
Rakta-mokshan – Blood letting

Benefits of Panchakarma

Helps to restore metabolic fire (AGNI)
Eliminates AMA (toxins) and strengthens tissue functions
Assists in balancing all three doshas
Helps implement a healthy diet and lifestyle
Reduces stress, and improves relaxation & tolerance
Slows the aging process
Improves strength, endurance, and vitality

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We work towards whole person health through classical Ayurveda science. Our Ayurveda case studies are the first-line evidence in Ayurvedic medical literature as they present the original observations from our Ayurveda practitioners. The case studies are published taking patient’s consent and maintaining patient anonymity.