panchakarma treatment kerala

Panchakarma Treatment in Kerala

Panchakarma treatment Kerala aims to rejuvenate the body and mind. Vinayaka ayurvedic hospital in Thrissur Kerala offers the best panchakarma treatment in Thrissur. Hence, Panchakarma treatment Kerala is a popular ayurvedic treatment in Kerala. So, we provide unique treatment to individuals based on their age, immune system, and toxin level.

What is panchakarma treatment Kerala?

The name Panchakarma means “Five Actions”. Hence this treatment depends upon five different activities as follows:
-Vamana (Emesis)
-Virechana (Purgation)
-Snehavasthi (Medicated Oil Enema)
-Kashayavasti (medicated decoction enema)
-Nasya (Nasal Administration)

The human body is complicated. Because of that, the body cells are working throughout the day to produce energy to sustain life. As a result, wastes produced inside the body. These are known as toxins. These toxins may affect immune mechanism or may cause diseases. Panchakarma helps to remove toxins from the body. Also, strengthens the immune system to restore health and well-being.

Given below, the variety of therapies used in a Panchakarma treatment Kerala:


Vamana, widely known as the cleansing procedure. Here the toxins eliminated through the oral route. Detoxification through Vamana suggested in diseases which mainly involve Kapha Dosha. Before that, it brings the toxins adhered or accumulated over all tissues to the stomach. For that, we use various preparation methods( poorvakarma) like snehana and swedana. Snehana is a lubrication therapy. It helps to relax the tissue and separates the debris from healthy tissue. Swedana means sweat treatment. It liquefies trash entangled in tiny channels.


Virechana is dismissing the vitiated doshas and toxins through the anus. It conducted as an individual detoxification therapy or as follow-up therapy. Virechana is painless and easy. Usually, complications are rare in this therapy. Detoxification method helps to get rid of toxins and vitiated doshas from blood, liver and intestines. It purifies blood and skin. These processes clean up the gastrointestinal tract. Usually, before inducing purgation panchakarma, preparatory methods like snehana and swedana conducted. When pitta dosha is dominant, providing herbal purgatives induce virechana.


Nasya is one of the five processes in Ayurveda. It is a healing process in which herbal medicines provided through noses. The nose is the doorway to our brain and consciousness. This therapy cleanses and then opens the channels of the head. Hence, improving the process of oxygenation influence on the functioning of the brain. Nasya is the disease of head, neck and shoulders. Nasya balances the imbalance of the body. Nasya strengthens the eyes, ears and nose. Also, eliminate the accumulated toxins in the head region. Nasya treatment is highly effective for headache, migraine, frozen shoulder, hair fall, etc.

We have to arrange our body for nasya therapy. It is often known as( poorva karma) pre-therapeutic measures. Pre-therapeutic measures include snehana ( application of slightly warm oil on shoulder, neck and face and swedana ( fomentation from medicated water). Next procedure is nasya. After nasya, the patient got to follow post-therapeutic measures (paschatkarma). He ought to rest until the slime is spat out.


Basthi means enema therapy. Basthi is one of the panchakarma treatment for vata predominating disorders.
It is of two types:
Sneha basthi: It is medicated oil enema given to nourish and lubricate the body.
Niruha basthi: Through the anal route, herbal decoction administered.

Benefits of Panchakarma:

-Helps restore metabolic fire (AGNI)
-Eliminates AMA (toxins) strengthens tissue functions
-Assists balance all three doshas
-Helps implement a healthy diet and lifestyle
-Reduces stress, improves relaxation & tolerance
-Slows the ageing process
-Boosts the bodies immunity levels
-Improves strength, endurance and vitality