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Treatments are Two: First to Detoxify and then to Rejuvenate!

Standard Package 1

  • Individuelle Ayurvedische Konsultation
  • Yoga Konsultation
  • Individuell auf Vikruti abgestimmte spezifische Panchakarma-Behandlungen
  • Ärztlich laufende Fortschrittskontrollen
  • Ausführliche Lifestyle-Beratung
  • Vedische Counseling Session
  • regelmäßige Konsultationen
  • Astrologische Beratung auf Anfrage
  • Ayushgrama-Cuisine (Frühstück/ Mittag-/ Abendessen) pro Person
  • Morning Wake Up / Signatur-Tee und saisonale Früchte-Bowl – jeden Tag abhängig von den Störungen
  • Geplante Aktivitäten: Asana, Pranayama, Dhyana, Vedanta, Gespräche, Koch-Demonstrationen und Temple-Rituale

Standard Package-2

  • Individuelle Ayurvedische Konsultation
  • Yoga Konsultation
  • Ärztlich laufende Fortschrittskontrollen
  • Individuell auf Prakruti abgestimmte spezifische Ayurveda-Rasayana-Behandlungen
  • Ausführliche Lifestyle-Beratung
  • Vedische Counseling Session
  • Rasayana-Konsultationen
  • Astrologische Beratung auf Anfrage
  • Ayushgrama-Cuisine (Frühstück/ Mittag-/ Abendessen) pro Person
  • Morning Wake Up / Signatur-Tee und saisonale Früchte-Bowl – jeden Tag abhängig von den Störungen
  • Geplante Aktivitäten: Asana, Pranayama, Dhyana, Vedanta, Gespräche, Koch-Demonstrationen und Temple-Rituale

Disease, Ageing , Panchakarma & Regeneration

In considering ageing and its effects, Ayurveda identifies four distinct periods within the human life-span:

  • i). Birth – 20 years: This is a period of rapid cellular proliferation and of development and perfection of bodily structures and functional capacities.
  • ii). 20 – 40 years: During this period, one’s physical powers are at their height. The body maintains a strong capacity to repair itself after injury and despite abuse. Throughout this time, one’s mental and creative development – the testing of ideas and of personal power – gains in momentum. One’s responsibilities also begin to increase as a result of marriage, child-rearing and bread-winning. There is an acknowledged danger that during this time, the great potential for mental growth and projection may exceed one’s capacity to deal with associated stresses. This may result in early “burn-out”, or the development of stress- related disorders.
  • iii). 40 – 60 years: The age of 40 years is considered to be a major turning point in life. It heralds either a time of stagnation and progressive decay or a time of consolidation, empowerment and creativity. With adequate nourishment, with effective elimination of metabolic wastes and poisons, and with freedom from excessive stress, health will be maintained and there will be continuous expansion in the range and power of one’s mental activities.
  • This third period is also an important time for the development and preservation of a principle known as ojas. According to Ayurveda, ojas is directly related to  energy. Its preservation during this time increases one’s mental acuity, physical energy and recuperative power. Its dissipation hastens the ageing process.
  • iv). 60 years onwards: This is the period of physiological and structural decline. The ageing process develops momentum. Metabolism slows down, toxic wastes accumulate despite rigorous attention to diet, calcification occurs in various body tissues, synovial fluid dries up, the efficiency of the heart, kidneys and liver begins to decline, nervous system function begins to diminish and one progressively develops such symptoms as hypertension, insomnia, prostatic enlargement in males, joint pain, vertigo, tinnitus, poor vision and hearing, loosening of the teeth and so on.

The aim of Panchakarma therapy (Standrad Package 1) is to heal such changes as far as possible, and to mitigate the severity of symptoms if degenerative changes have already occurred. It is generally acknowledged that Rasayana therapy loses effectiveness the later it is commenced.

Rasayana therapy (Standrad Package 2) is primarily concerned with disease prevention and with reversal of the effects of ageing. Apart from elements within the hygienist tradition, immunisation,there is at present no equivalent to Rasayana in western medicine.

Traditionally, there are certain preconditions to be met before commencing a Rasayana program. Firstly, the prospective candidate must possess ethical and moral integrity. Self-discipline and emotional balance are essential. Candidates may be instructed over a period of time in codes of conduct and methods of physical and dietetic control. They are encouraged to think and to work in ways which will be conducive to the healthy development of society as a whole.

Secondly, the prospective candidate is required to undergo a Panchakarma before commencing the Rasayana therapy.

Two basic approaches are utilised in Rasayana therapy. Traditionally, the preferred method, termed Kutipraveshika requires confinement of the individual in a specially constructed cottage for a period of three to six months. During this time, various practices are undertaken by the patient, and restorative treatments are administered by the physician.

The second method of Rasayana treatment, termed Vata Atapika, does not require such a radical interrruption in the life pattern of the individual. This process may be undertaken while one continues to remain active within both household and profession. In both methods, the individual is required to undergo a systematic enteric cleansing and varying degrees of dietary restriction.

Of particular interest to medical herbalists is the fact that the administration of a number of plants and their extracts is essential to the treatment program. The more important of these plants include Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica and Emblica officinalis (the chebulic, beleric and emblic myrobalans), Centella asiatica and Embelia ribes. Other plants which are also used in Rasayana programs includeAllium sativa, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Zingiber officinale, Boerhaavia diffusa, Tinospora cordifolia and Withania somnifera.

The traditional Rasayana Practice is very difficult to follow now a days in modern era. But still for the prevention of diseases we do two different kinds of Rasayana- Vata Atapika therapy only for healthy people to prevent the diseases without any Panchakarma. This is like a medical wellness and the duration is for 14 to 21 days.

The Kuti Pravesika is for people who are having some diseases but cured by the modern medicine / Panchakarma; in order to regenerate the person. Most of the people who suffered from cardio vascular diseases, several kind of operations, Chemo therapy, radiation or burn out are possible to do this treatment. The first 14 days will be done a Panchakarma treatment and the next 8 weeks will be done the Kuti Pravesika with highly restrictions in diet, wind, water, Sun etc.  We know that 8 weeks with several restrictions like not meet people, not to talk, televison, mobiles or internet is very difficult. But after 8 weeks of this restrictions , the person will be regenerated with a lot of Ojas, Theja & Pranic energy. Even 10 lunar months every baby is in water like in aminotic fluid of Mother with out any light and mobiles. Such calming rest in the uterus gives rise to a 120 years of healthy life for a huuman being. But mostly we spoil this energy by electro smoke, bad water, bad air, exposure to different kinds stress,  foods etc. Here comes the Kuti Pravesika Chikitsa which is never redone after 100 of years after. In Ayushgrama, it is possible again to do such regenerative treatment if the person is ready or qualify for that.