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How Ayurvedic Massage Removes Toxins From the Body

Ayurvedic treatment is used to cure the body in a variety of ways. The healing effect of Ayurvedic medicine can be increased by employing specific oils or using herbs. Ayurvedic oils are usually applied for massaging, healing and for healing injuries. Many herbs are also used in Ayurvedic treatment to treat pain and to stimulate the functioning of the immune system. Medicines that act on the nervous system like guggulu, brahmi, shilajit and yohimbe are utilized to treat diseases and disorders that affect the nervous system and are therefore considered as an Ayurvedic medicine.

An Ayurvedic therapy is done according to the rules of Ayurvedic medicine, which is a holistic form of healing science that aims to treat the whole human body and mind. An Ayurvedic massage is done using pure hot essential oils after the guidelines of traditional Ayurveda practice. Ayurvedic medicine is also called as"sterile medication" because it's concerned with the wellness and longevity of the human body and mind. An Ayurvedic therapy is designed to restore health by maximizing the functions of the body and mind.

Before doing any treatment, it's important to know the exact cause of the problem. Once this is known, the specific methods that should be adopted for curing the problem are formulated. Different people have different body types. Ayurvedic massages are performed according to the body type of the individual. There are five body types in total:

The first body type is 'Malkuthi'. According to Ayurvedic medicine, the second physique,'Guggulu', is responsible for digestion problems, obesity and excessive weight gain, depression, fatigue, allergies and insomnia. The Guggulu is also responsible for the secretion of 'Rakta' energy, which is a destructive agent. The purpose of the Ayurvedic medicine and the massage techniques in this circumstance is to neutralize the destructive energy via application of oils.

The third body type is the'Panchkarma'. According to Ayurvedic medicine, the fourth physique,'Naskarasa', is the one responsible for excess secretion of'Vat-Gajankush' energy and excessive secretion of digestive juices from the stomach. This may lead to nausea and the development of gastritis. In this case, the Ayurvedic medicine performed includes pitta suction and massage using a strong jet of air. After a suitable period, the excess secretion of juices and excess food intake will be reduced.

The fifth body type is the 'Abhrak Bhasma'. According to ayurvedic medicine, this is the one responsible for addiction, insomnia, diabetes, chronic cough, asthma, obesity, hypertension, anxiety and rage. This is also the one responsible for constipation, kidney stones and other problems in prostate and bowel control. To treat the symptoms of this condition, an Ayurvedic medicine combination can be used such as suction with pitta massage, oil massages and hot and cold compress with Abhrak Bhasma. After a few days, the excess secretion of juices and food taken in will reduce. Suitable lifestyle changes should then be made.

Some other conditions that are aided by Ayurveda massages are asthma, diabetes, poor blood circulation and allergies. Improvement of blood circulation and removing of wastes or toxins in the body can enhance all these conditions. This will in turn improve health and well-being.

In some cases, Ayurvedic medicine will use all three types of massage therapy, but just one to two are normally employed. The combination of suction with pitta massage, yonibedha massage and marma massage is going to have the best effect on the person. If you would like a complete treatment that will improve your health, you need to use all three kinds of therapy, especially marma massage which will remove any blockages, toxins and restores the correct blood circulation. This will allow you to get

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