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Seasonal Treatments

As per Ayurveda, we have to purify our body in each season and rithusandhi (time period between two rithu when transferred to other).According to Ayurveda , seasons are classified in to six in number ,they are – Shishira , Vasantha ,Greeshma ,Varsha ,Sharat and Hemantha .In each ritu ayurveda suggest special treatments for rejuvenation and increasing the immunity power of the body and mind to prevent the rogas.

Shishira Kala (Late Winter) (Mid-January to Mid-March)
This season the environment remains cold and dewy , in this cold atmosphere obstructs increased vata from spreading, which can digest the tissues.In this season, the digestive activity becomes more powerful.
Vasantha Kala (Spring) (Dec, Jan, Feb)
This season comes in December January and February. In this season morning will be pleasant and warmth and night will be colder. So this will affect the body. In this time people should practice good exercise and various massages to the body. This is the time to eat goat meat. Person should undergo the treatment like vamana to remove the aggravated doshas.
Greeshma Kala (Summer) (March, April, May)
This is summer season, comes in March, April and may. The weather will be extreme hot and dry .digestive power will be very less in this season we have to maintain the digestive power by eating easily digestible foods and doing various purificatory therapies. Food containing sweet taste is good in this season and can take sleep at morning time. Various types of massages will help to overcome the weakness of the body in this season.
Varsha Kala (Rainy Season) (June, July, Aug, Oct)
This is the rainy season; in this season our digestive power will be poor. We have to take the food containing salt, ghee, and sour, which is easily digestible. In this season human body is in maximum weak . There is a need of protect our body by various treatment modalities like virechana using castor oil etc.
Sharat Kala (Autumn) (Sept, Nov)
This season comes after rain. The immediate exposure of sunlight will act on pittha dosha and aggravate it. So to make the pittha in normal state, purgation using avipatty choorana and raktha mokshna is effective. Sweet and pungent taste food is good and person should avoid sleep at morning times.
Hemantha Kala (Early Winter) (Mid-November to Mid-January)
This season (winter) is followed by spring time, and one can also focus on building a good foundation of immunity for the next approaching season and the seasons to come. During this season, people gain strength, having powerful digestive fire, because it gets obstructed from flowing outward due to external winter. One should consume food predominant with sweet sour and salt tastes.

Marma chikilsa

The word Marma comes from sanskrit origin 'mru' or 'marr'


Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word that means "five actions" or "five treatments."

Seasonal Treatments

As per Ayurveda, we have to purify our body in each season and rithusandhi.

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