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Basti Karma: Standard Guidelines of Good Practice

Ram Harsh Singh.

Abstract
Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, gives fundamental importance to the integrity of the innertransport system of the human body classically described as Srotas – Srotomayam hi Shariram. The Srotamsi are inherently exposed to internal and external morbid factors
and are likely to lose their integrity due to the day to day wear and tear , process of aging, impending disease and environmental pollution. Hence it is imperative to plan a periodical cleansing and bio purification of the Srotamsi to ensure their structural and functional integrity. It is in this perspective that Ayurveda postulates the concept of Samshodhana therapy both for promotive-preventive as well as for curative purposes. Popular Panchakarma therapy is essentially the therapeutic technology of Samshodhan Karma.

Key words: Pancha Karma, Basti, Guidelines


 
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