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In most cases, a Panchakarma treatment can noticeably reduce physical complaints, and quite often even relieve chronic illnesses. In general, Ayurveda can also achieve success with diseases that are considered difficult to treat in conventional medicine. In contrast to conventional medicine, the approach of Ayurvedic healing is also to question psychological backgrounds and possible causes of illness.

Ayurveda has proven particularly useful for the following diseases:

  • rheumatism

  • Arthrosis

  • back pain

  • asthma

  • adult diabetes

  • skin diseases
    (e.g. neurodermatitis, psoriasis)

  • allergies

  • Chronic intestinal inflammation

  • High blood pressure

  • Cardiovascular problems

  • Sleep disorders

  • Metabolic diseases

  • headache and migraines

  • Inflammation of the sinuses

  • Depressive mood

  • Stress and burnout
    Reduction of side effects after surgeries and chemotherapy treatments

  • Activation of the metabolism

  • Stabilization of the immune system

  • Increased vitality

  • A noticeable improvement in the condition

  • Strengthening of the nerves

  • Increasing concentration and memory

  • Enhancing creative and intuitive skills

  • A new feeling of being whole

  • Serenity

  • Objective and subjective experience of a purified being

  • Beautiful, harmonized and refined skin

  • Shiny and resistant hair

  • Clear, shining eyes

  • Strengthening the connective tissue

  • Weight regulation

Positive effects of this intensive cleaning process include:

The in-depth cleaning process of a Panchakarma cure can not only cure diseases, but also contributes to a significant increase in general well-being.

About illness and health

According to Ayurvedic teaching, health requires a balance of bioenergies (doshas). This balance exists as long as we live in harmony with the laws of nature and listen to our "inner voice". The problem: We are all exposed to a variety of external influences such as climate change, environment, food, emotional fluctuations. Many factors influence one or the other dosha in humans and thus change their relationship to each other. In our western everyday life, there are some specific burdens: constant overload, emotional pressure and stress, poor nutrition or lack of relaxation. A disease develops when a Dosha rises or falls extremely due to such influences. In other words: Ayurveda defines illness as an effect of the imbalance of bioenergies.

From an Ayurvedic perspective, even small symptoms mark the beginning of an illness, such as lack of appetite, flatulence or fatigue. For a short time, the body can self-regulate such disharmonies by intuitively or consciously doing things that bring them back to normal. If this self-regulation does not take place, people will soon no longer be able to compensate for the imbalance. According to Ayurvedic ideas, toxic metabolic products (Ama) now accumulate in the different parts of the body, which are considered to be the cause of most diseases. The result: life energy is lost, the body's immune system is weakened and the door to disease opens.


       »Why worry about something, 

            that you can easily change?

   And if it cannot be changed,what good                does it do to worry about it

Buddhist Wisdom

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