Ayuremedy : 5 � 7 � 10 day Detox programme
Toxins are the chemical substances known to have harmful effects on the body. The following are the factors...
Toxins are the chemical substances known to have harmful effects on the body.
- Poor-eating habits, stress, low fibre foods, Junk foods, influx of preservatives, food colors
- Over dependence on synthetic medication
- Environmental pollution
- Alcohol, nicotine centric "partying" habits among youth & middle aged
- Ageing related wear and tear
This build-up of toxins especially affects the functioning of the colon, liver, and kidneys .
Mental toxins accumulate Negative feelings such as � "Arishadvarga" � Kaama, krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada, Matsaryaalu.. Toxins such as sodium, alcohol, nicotine, cholesterol, and carcinogen we heavy metals like cadmium, lead, zinc, nickel are fast accumulating in the body because of modern day life styles.
Natural In-built Detox Mechanism Our bodies naturally expel the toxins through the detox organs like liver, kidneys, skin and lungs in the form of sweat, urine and faeces. Our major vitals systems like digestive system, lymphatic system, circulatory system also play major role in the process of detoxification.
Source of Toxins: Air Pollution, food and chemicals
Inbuilt Toxins: Ayurveda says the most common type is ama. It is the byproduct of incomplete digestion, so any dietary or lifestyle habits that disrupt digestion can cause AMA. It can clog the channels that carry waste from the cells and tissues, resulting in a toxic buildup.A If ama is not cleared from the body and continues to build up, eventually it can leave the digestive tract and start circulating through the body.
Once it settles in a specific area, over time ama becomes reactive and mixes with the subdoshas, the dhatus (body tissues), or malas (waste products such as urine). When it mixes with these parts of the physiology, it becomes amavisha, a more reactive, toxic type of AMA
Symptoms of harmful toxins in the body:
- Frequent fatigue & sweating
- Food allergies
- Excess weight
- Frequent digestive problems
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Gastric disturbances
- Chronic Constipation
- Frequent headaches
- Irritation, mood swings
- Feeling heaviness in the body, body pains and muscle pains
Accumulated waste and impurities are removed from the body step by step. The metabolic waste and toxins in the body are mobilised, removed and excreted in three stages. This internal "cleansing "restores the body's balance.
Regular detoxification is the prerequisite for promoting health, fortifying the immune system and revitalizing the interplay of mind and body. Ayurveda uses different fats and oils. The second harmonising stage of the therapy involves synchronous oil therapies, cleansing herbal steam baths, warm oil body baths and internal detoxification measures for removing and expelling the mobilized waste and toxic substances. Nutrition also plays an essential role during the treatment.
In Ayurveda, foods are also considered as healing agent. The doctors offer an exquisite low-fat cuisine, largely free of animal proteins. The duration of the treatment depends on the needs of each individual patient, but should be at least 5 to 7 to 10 days depending on the individual body constitution and needs.