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Almost all the diseases caused are due to accumulation of toxins in the body. These substances either enter the system from the environment or can be produced by the body itself as a waste product of metabolism. Thus, it becomes important to eliminate these harmful substances from the body and stop the manifestation of diseased conditions.

Ayurveda suggests detoxification of the body while treating any condition. This is due to the fact that maximum diseases are caused due to accumulation of toxins and vitiation of doshas, which can be eliminated and stabilized by detoxification. The detox plan includes-

  1. Bodily detox (Purvakarma and Panchakarma): The idea of purvakarma is to send all the toxins to bowels and surface of skin to get eliminated. It involves oil massage, steaming, and shirodhara. Further, panchakarma includes five karmas- Virechan, Vaman, Basti, Rakta moksha and Nasya.
  2. Diet modifications: Depending upon which dosha is predominant or is causing problems, a specific diet plan is suggested to pacify its effects and eliminate the toxins produced by it.
  3. Massage: This is encouraged during and after the detoxification of the body in order to make a movement of toxins to the digestive system. Abhyanga is a form of massage treatment in ayurveda in which herbal oils are used to ease out toxins from the body.
  4. Meditation and mindfulness: Meditation is an important aspect of detoxification, as it eliminates the toxins from mind like feeling of grief, anger, anxiousness, etc. meditation includes mindful breathing techniques and yoga that boosts creativity and self-awareness.

Thus, detoxification works in an unusual way of clearing the root cause of any condition and avoiding further worsening of the condition. Every ayurvedic practitioner suggests a detoxification process for almost all the diseases.

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Physical Detox

Many ailments, according to Ayurveda, are caused by the accumulation of poisons, both physical and mental and environmental. Toxins can enter our bodies by what we eat, drink, inhale, or absorb in any manner.

Physical toxins (junk food, for example) accumulate in the body as ama, the sticky waste product of digestion. When the gastro-enteric system is either too weak or overburdened with improper meals, ama develops. Ama in the gastrointestinal system causes poor nutrition absorption and GI tract illness. Ama’s poisonous goo can escape the gastro-enteric tract and circulate throughout the body if it is not eliminated from the body and continues to build up.

The formation of fatty deposits (plaque) in the body's arteries is an example of ama accumulation beyond the gastro-enteric tract. These deposits can cause blockages in blood flow to the heart and brain, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Gum disease and tooth loss can be caused by ama on the teeth (dental plaque).

A heavy white coating (ama) on the tongue, decreased energy, bad body, breath, and stool odour, indigestion and excessive gas, body pains, fuzzy thinking, and lethargy after eating are all signs that physical toxins have built up in the body.

Mental Toxins

Toxic mental poisons can emerge from a variety of places, including a toxic family connection, workplace stress, and media overstimulation. Anger, anxiety, and despair are all symptoms of mental poisons.

Mental poisons are not treated with pharmaceutical medications in Ayurveda. Instead, Ayurveda employs meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises), and pratyahara (sensory input control) to cleanse the mind of mental poisons.

Pratyahara refers to all that the five senses take in. Spending more time in the beauty of nature, such as in the forest or by the sea, and less time in front of the television, are examples of excellent pratyahara, or mental nourishment. Being among individuals who are kind and supporting, rather than harmful, is also part of good pratyahara.

Environmental Toxins

Foods polluted with pesticides and chemical fertilizers, as well as various chemicals and preservatives, are examples of environmental poisons. Contaminated air (carbon monoxide), polluted water (lead, mercury, etc.) and household cleaning products are all sources of toxins in the environment.

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