Virechana Therapy

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Panchakarma includes a vital procedure known as Virechan, which involves cleansing the bowels using laxatives. This process primarily targets the removal of excess Pitta Dosh from various organs in the body, including the blood.

Virechan therapy is useful for individuals dealing with acidity, constipation, digestion issues, migraines, skin diseases, amenorrhea (lack of menstruation), Oligomenorrhea (Irregular or Scanty menses), polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), obesity, and other related ailments.

Experience the transformative Virechana therapy at Aayushree Ayurved. This cleansing procedure helps in eliminating accumulated toxins from the body, promoting digestive health and overall well-being. Virechana aids in alleviating conditions such as digestive disorders, skin problems, and metabolic imbalances. Our skilled practitioners customize the therapy to suit your unique constitution, guiding you towards optimal health and vitality. Embrace the rejuvenating power of Virechana therapy at Aayushree Ayurved. Schedule your session today for a revitalizing journey towards wellness.


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Virechana Therapy Procedure

Before undergoing Virechan therapy, patients are typically given medicated ghee to drink, with the type and duration of consumption varying according to the individual's needs. Additionally, a suitable laxative is administered to cleanse the bowels. The day prior to the procedure, patients are also recommended to receive a full body massage and steam therapy to prepare for Virechana.

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During the Virechan therapy, it is crucial to adhere to specific food restrictions, also known as Pathya, to ensure optimal results. At Aayushree, we offer medicated ghee, laxative medication, and Pathyakar food to our patients undergoing Virechana therapy.

Benefits of Virechana Therapy

Virechana therapy helps to eliminate toxins and impurities from the body, Balances doshas, Improves digestion, Reduces inflammation, Enhances skin health, Relieves migraines, Reduces weight, High blood pressure.

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What is Panchakarma?

Six procedures are included in this


Body toxins are removed by inducing vomiting. This treatment is mainly done for KaphaDosha or Diseasesof Kapha.


Toxins are removed through stool by using Laxatives and purgatives, This treatment is mainly for diseases in intestines


These are medicated enemas. This is a very important treatment in aayurvedic practice. Though it is mainly done for Vata Vikar


Bloodletting is done with the use of needles, syringe or leech to treat skin diseases, varicose veins, pitta vicar, severe pain etc.


Nose is considered as entrance of the rain. Medicated oils are put in the nostrils to treat problems related to brain, low or high B.P.

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Other than these five, some other therapies are also used

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