Ayurvedic Panchakarma Therapies
In Roscore we follow the Keralian Ayurvedic system in Panchakarma treatments, physical therapy techniques, medicine dosages, number of days on treatment, dietary practices, and lifestyle practices. Some adjustments were made to adapt treatment to Irish culture, climate. and society.[ in cooperation with Dr K.K Harikrishnan.]
A commitment is sought from the patient before this Ayurvedic Panchakarma treatment commences to ensure that the patient will follow the guidelines laid out by the Ayurvedic Panchakarma Practitioner /Medical Herbalist so that the maximum outcome is achieved. At Roscore Clinic, each patient’s treatment is outlined on an individual prescription basis. Roscore Clinic will give a written printout of all times and dates and Clinical Panchakarma therapies that the patient will receive during the course of treatment.
Shodana – Eliminative Treatment
Therapeutic herbal assisted emesis removes toxins, especially from the respiratory tract
Conditions treated by Vamana:
Respiratory conditions e.g.
- Nasal Congestion
- eczema etc.
Therapeutic Laxative Therapy, removes toxins from the liver and digestive tract.
Conditions treated by Virechana:
All inflammatory conditions, digestive conditions, respiratory conditions, gynaecological disorders and oedema.
(Shirovirechana) -Nasal Route treatment.
Medication, usually oil, is administered through the nose to clear toxins. It is used in all conditions of the head especially nasal congestion, sinusitis and migraine , plus depression and other neuro and psychological illnesses.
The water-based enema is used to aid , elimination, plus it can be nutritive and healing
This specialised medicated enema is regenerative and healing
Basti: Both types of basti are used to treat conditions of all body systems, especially the colon, spine, and lower back and also gynaecological and urino- genital systems.
Samana – Pacifying Treatment
Samana therapies differ from Shodana therapies in that they are gentle and are not as powerful, and do not have the “intention to cure” as part of the treatment plan.
Ayurvedic medical system are Carata [3000 Bc.], Susruta [1000 Bc.] and Vag Bhatta [200 Ad.].