Virechana Karma is one among the panchakarma which is considered as Shodhana Chikitsa (detoxification) in Ayurveda which helps to balance Pitta Dosha (One of the Tridoshas) in the body by eliminating morbid toxins from the anal route.
Virechana is a process by which the vitiated Pitta and other mala (toxic waste) from the whole body are expelled out through the gastrointestinal tract using purgation with the use of specific formulations.
- Eradication of systemic diseases
- Delay the aging process
- Removes the morbid toxins
- Multiple therapeutic benefits
- Effect on specific diseases
- Removes interfering molecules and ions
- Enhances mucosal blood supply
- Altering secretary functions
45 TO 60 MIN
The treatment duration depends on the consulting physician and the severity of the condition.
Treatment Course Duration
Vamana should be performed after snehapana (drinking ghee or medicated oils) and vishrama Kala (rest period).
Mode of Action of Virechana Karma
Virechana drugs carry out therapeutic purgation due to their prabhava (potency). As these drugs are having Jala and Prithvi Mahabhuta dominancy, they have a natural tendency to go down, and thus they can help in the induction of purgation.
It has already been described that the waste products wherever present in the body, in extracellular, intracellular, or in plasma, can be brought into the intestine to maintain the homogeneity from where it can be eliminated from the body by the action of the intestine, which is induced by Virechana drug.
The active ingredients of the given medicine will stimulate the mucosal membrane and changes the normal permeability of the mucosal lining temporarily, due to which exudation of morbid impurities which were transferred from cellular level to gut level with the help of snehana and swedana karma is expelled out through anal route.
- Skin disorders
- Gynaecological disorders
- Neurological disorders
- Gastroenterological disorders
- Psychological disorders