It is one of the Panchakarma Ayurvedic treatments or the 5 basic techniques of detoxification. It is made of two words – Rakta means blood and Mokshana means to leave, and combining both of these words makes the word Raktamokshana which means ‘to let out blood’. It is an effective blood purification therapy, in which carefully controlled removal of small quantities of blood is conducted to neutralize accumulated Pitta toxins of many blood-borne diseases. This is because Raktamokshana decreases the quantum of enhanced Pitta dosha and thus the diseases caused by Pitta are also relieved.


Jaluka refers to leech. Leech therapy (Jalukavacharanam)ayurvedic medicine Jaluka refers to leech. Jalukavacharanam in ayurveda is a bloodletting treatment procedure carried out with the help of jaluka. The treatment is mostly done for rakthamosha or blood purification. Blood purification is the prime solution for most of dermatological and blood vessel related diseases. Jalukavacharanam is widely accepted as the best ayurveda treatment to cure heamatoma, cellulites, blood clots in muscles and skin diseases such as psoriasis and eczema. Certain cases of rheumatoid arthritis are also treated with Jalukavacharanam.

Anuvasana Basti

Basti in general means enema therapy.Basti is described for diseases with imbalanced Doshas having predominance of Vata or for diseases with Vata imbalance alone. Anuvasana Basti also known as snehabasti  ghee, oil, fat etc are administered. Herbal oils such as Narayana Taila, Herbal ghritas are more commonly used for this purpose.


Virechana therapy is a type of Panchakarma treatment. Here, person is made to undergo controlled purgation for a specific amount of time. It is designed to flush out body toxins. Liver detox, colon detox etc. procedures that are quite famous now-a-days are derivatives of Virechana therapy.
The treatment is targeted to expel increased Pitta Dosha out of the body. When Pitta dosha gets increased, it causes certain types of diseases – such as abscess, liver disorders, gastritis etc


Vamana karma is a medicated therapy which cleanses the Kapha toxins collected in the body and deconge-Vedasts the respiratory tract. This is essentially the best Ayurvedic treatment of Panchakarma that works as preventive as well as curative therapy while releasing the built up toxins produced due to Kapha dosha imbalance.
The Vamana karma is generally started with giving abhyanga (body massage) and swedana (steam bath) to the client. After this a mixture of Herbs and Ayurvedic Drugs used in Vamana Karma is made to consume.


Is it possible to nurture, and care for children in a manner, which creates the desired physical ability and intellect?
Yes, it is.! With good parenting, definitely and by adopting the golden science called Ayurveda too. Ayurveda has excellent procedures, which can be considered as Indian vaccination; that is “Swarnapashana”, meaning administration of purified medicated gold for a child below 16 years, which is unique.
Increase resistance power | Benefits physically and mentally challenged children | Increases intellect Increases strength | Increases digestion and metabolic power | Gives long life and complexion


Udvartana is a dry massage procedure using herbal powders. Useful for weight reduction or toning and exfoliation of the skin cells for a luminous glow, this specific massage reduces cholesterol, helps curb obesity resolve skin problems imports mobility to the joints, strengthens muscles and refreshes the body.


Shiorolepa is a specific technique through which herbal pastes are applied over the patient’s head. Firstly, Medicated oil is applied to the head and body, then the finely grounded herbal paste is kept over the head(vetex) and the area is covered with a plantain leaf. After 60-90 minutes, the paste is removed and the oil is wiped off, after which the head and body are again smeared with medicated oils and bathed with warm water.
This improves vision and provides relief from conditions such a certain form of Headaches, Insomnia, Dry vision Syndrome and Hypertension.


The Ayurvedic oil massage is an integral part of the daily routine recommended by this healing system for overall health and well-being. It is nourishing, pacifies the dash as or toxins, provides stamina and sleep, enhances the complexion and the luster of the skin, promotes longevity and nourishes the systems of the body.


The word Shirodhara can be broken down into two ideas – shira, which refers to the head and dhara, which means the flow. Together they form a concept that aims to bring physical and emotional balance by rejuvenating the spirit and preserving health. This is achieved through a relaxing technique in which warm oil is poured over the patient’s forehead for an extended period of time.