Detoxification Therapies


The '5 Action Plan'

At SKK Ayurveda And Panchkarma, specially formulated herbs and herbal oils that are made in India and administered by our Ayurvedic doctors are used. The Panchkarma treatment helps balance doshas, rejuvenates the body, mind and consciousness. We also provide constitutional analysis of the body to determine what course of treatment is best suited for you because the nature of panchakarma reatments varies from person to person, there is no 'one glove fits all' approach at all.

There are stages of detoxification that are unique and effective in the ayurvedic treatment process of panchakarma. These are described as the '5 Action Plan' and are discussed below.

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The process of Panchkarma treatment is sectioned into the following stages of detoxification:

Purvakarma - The main purpose of this treatment is to soften and remove the vitiated doshas. It includes the below mentioned steps:

Snehan: While the internal snehan consists of ghee and medicated oils, which helps to remove impurities easily, the external snehan includes various types of massages with medicated oils.

Swedan: Swedan or sweating is done in a steam box right after giving the massage.

Pradhankarma - This consists of the five actions as mentioned below:


Herbs are used to induce  artificial vomiting. People with Kapha disorders are usually treated in this process.


Keeping in mind the disease and components of a person different laxative are used in order to remove excess of Pitta from the small intestines.














The blockage in the sinuses is cleared using herbal mixtures or drops. It also helps in balancing the doshas in head region.



 It is a procedure of colon cleansing and called ' ardha chikitsa' by acharya Charak. It cleans the colon and restores the balance of Vata in the whole body.It is done like enema through anal route.





This is blood letting procedure done with leeches, cupping etc.


This includes specific diet plan  after panchakarma process.