Therapies and Regimen

In Ayurveda the process of learning, research and clinical practice are experiential and scientific. Like other systems of ancient Indian learning,.

Every individual has a peculiar body-mind constitution which is responsible for the health or disease pattern of an individual. Ayurvedic concept of examination of constitution (Prakriti pareeksha) is to know body, mind constitution while selecting diet, medicine or treatment regimen.

The human mind has three components i.e. Sattva, Raja and Tama,

Which interact with the biological components Vata, Pitta & Kapha and decides the psychosomatic constitution of an individual (Prakriti).

Ayurveda conceives life as a four dimensional entity. Ayu, the living entity is the sum total of physical body, senses, the psyche and the soul.

The health is defined as balance of the three doshas, the agni, seven dhatus and the three malas, as well as the sensorial, mental and emotional and spiritual well being (prasanna).

Ayurveda, the Science of Life lays great emphasis on preservation and promotion of health, thereby preventing diseases.

The rational Ayurveda treatment is carried out in four parts. They are :

  • Dosha pacifying therapy (Samsamana), and
  • Bio-cleansing therapy (Samsodhana or Panchakarma)
  • Avoiding causative factors (Nidana Parivarjana) and
  • Dietetics (Pathya Vyavastha).

Ayurvedic treatments rely heavily on plant materials. Sometimes, botanicals are mixed with metals, minerals or other naturally occurring substances and the formulae are prepared according to specific Ayurvedic text procedures; such preparations involve several precise treatments to detoxify and potentiate the medicines.

Specific diet (Pathya) is prescribed along with the drugs and treatment. The diet regimen is as important as remedies since the former helps to restore the balance as much as the latter.

Specialized Procedures

Ayurveda emphasizes preventative and healing therapies along with various methods of bio-cleansing and rejuvenation. Some procedures are aimed at the management of the disease. Scientific studies have validated the efficacy and acceptability of these procedures.

  • Ayurved Medicines
  • Panchakarma
  • Shastrakarma
  • Kshara karma
  • Agnikarma
  • Rasayana Chikitsa

Ayurvedic Medicines

  • Ayurvedic Medicines are fast gaining popularity across the world
  • Ayurvedic medicines are non-invasive and non-toxic in nature and therefore are free from any side effects.
  • Using Ayurvedic medicines in your daily life enables you to re-establish balance and harmony in body’s system, aids in detoxification and cleansing of the body by removing accumulated toxins and normalize body’s functions. Products made using Ayurvedic plants have a stronger action on the body as they help in stabilizing the doshas.
  • Ayurvedic Good Clinical Practice (GCP) norms are followed since the patient enters in DrGarje Ayurved Panchakamra clinic
  • Medicines are manufactured and dispensed in – house under the supervision of well trained medical staff so as to ensure the quality of medicines as per original Ayurvedic texts. Our medicines include Kashayas, Powders, Tablets, Bhasmas, Ghrut Kaplas ( medicated ghee ), Tail Kalpas (medicated oil), Awalehas (herbal jam) etc.

Panchakarma– Five methods of body detoxification

According to Ayuveda, the technique of panchakarma eliminates toxic elements from the body.] Panchakarma includes Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana. It is preceded by Poorvakarma as a preparatory step, and is followed by Paschatkarma and Peyadikarma.

Shastrakarma -- Ayurveda Surgery

In the ancient India, surgery was principally pioneered by Ayuveda. Shalya Chikitsa is a significant branch of Ayurvedic science. The name of the sage-physician, Shusruta, is synonymous with surgery. From his treatise Shusruta Samhita, we have become aware of the thousands of years ago sophisticated methods of surgery that were practiced in India. Topics of intestinal obstructions, bladder stones, and the use of dead bodies for dissection and learning were taught and practiced in ancient India.


Kshara is a caustic chemical, alkaline in nature obtained from the ashes of medicinal plants. It is a milder procedure compared to surgery and thermal cautery.

It is the superior most among the sharp and subsidiary instruments because of performing excision, incision and scraping.Importance

It is versatile, because even such places that are difficult in approach by ordinary measures can be treated by Kshara Karma. It is more effective than the other modalities of treatment, because they can be administered both internally and externally. Kshara Karma is useful as the substitute of surgical instruments, because they can be used safely on the patients who are afraid of surgery.

Rasayana Chikitsa – Ayurveda’s Rejuvenation and Anti-aging therapy

Two main objectives of Ayurveda are to maintain health and cure diseases. Rasayana Chikitsa or Rasayana Therapy, also known as Rejuvenation Therapy aims to restore body’s vitality to its fullest. In other words, Rasayana Chikitsa aims to retain the youthfulness of body and mind.

Basically, Rasayana Chikitsa can rekindle the lively radiance, and can contribute immensely in keeping away the old-age decline in life.

Who can benefit from Rasayana Chikitsa?

People suffering from stress, insomnia, shallow breath, weak senses, rough and dry skin, weak appetite, weak memory, chronic digestive problems, migraine, obesity, constipation, weak memory can all benefit from this treatment. However, this does not imply that only individuals with such health problems should resort to Rasayana Chikitsa. If you are planning to improve your vitality, and wish to have a fresh and energetic body, this therapy can be of help.

Benefits of Rasayana Therapy

The benefits of rejuvenation therapy are manifold. Apart from improving overall health of the person undergoing treatment, the therapy promotes good health, is beneficial in increasing concentration and memory power, renders a youthful skin with a natural glow, calms and de-stresses the mind, relieves anxiety, depression and stress issues. Builds better immunity, and offers optimum strength to the body by improving the capacity of all sense organs.