Traditional Ayurvedic Therapy


The Basti (meaning bladder) therapy in Ayurveda is about the application of the herbal enema direct into the colon. This Ayurvedic enema is very powerful for treating a number of ailments, as well as cleansing toxins (ama) from the intestines. It is used to treat Vata disorders, including constipation, dryness, depletion, insomnia, nervous system disorders, arthritis, osteoporosis, and the like.

Basti, a relatively invasive therapy should not be used in the following conditions

  • Pregnancy
  • Menstruation
  • Acute diarrhea
  • Hemorrhoids or rectal polyps
  • Within 2-3 hours after food intake
  • Shortness of breath
  • Rectal or vaginal prolapse
  • Ascites

The accessories for performing this treatment include Enema Bag, Herbal medicine (luke warm), old blanket or towel and pillow and a jar or container for the initial liquid from the tube.

Precautions while administering the therapy:

  • Either in the morning or later in the evening.
  • Avoid any exerting activity after the application of Basti.
  • Avoid food 2-3 hours before and after performing Basti, herbal teas and warm water is recommended.
  • Food should be taken in light quantities during the application of the Basti.
  • Select a comfortable and warm space to perform this activity

    Gastric problems mean digestion problems that affect the stomach and its functioning. In Ayurveda, Agni a Sanskrit derivation for digestive fire controls your experiences, emotions, impressions and even our expressions. This largely depends of the type of food we consume and affects our sensory portals like eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin.

    The most common symptoms of Gastric problems include,

    • Nausea or recurrent upset stomach
    • Abdominal bloating
    • Abdominal pain.
    • Vomiting.
    • Indigestion.
    • Burning or gnawing feeling in the stomach between meals or at night.
    • Hiccups.
    • Loss of appetite

    Gas is formed generally for two reasons: when we swallow the air while eating or drinking causing oxygen and nitrogen to collect in the digestive canal and when the food is digested generating hydrogen, methane and carbon dioxide. Unless treated, the gastric pain which is a sharp pain in the upper middle abdomen moving to your right side can get worse.

    Ayurveda offers effective remedies for Gastric problems.


    Gynecology, a term related to treating women’s health problems. The issue results from irregular menstrual problems or other gynecological issues. Women and their bodies are delicate or fragile. Therefore, care should be taken while dealing with them.

    Problems women face

    • Menstrual Irregularities
    • Painful over indulgence and serious bleeding
    • Lack of menstruation
    • White falling
    • Infertility
    • Cysts, fibroids and others.

    Ayurvedic treatments include different treatments for women under proper Ayurvedic Gynecologists. Quite often, diseases arise due to improper food intakes and regimen. The Ayurvedic treatments include proper arrangement of the three doshas namely Vata, Patta and Kapha.

    Ayurveda follows the periodic Panchakarma Therapies to determine the diagnosis and elimination of problems that women face. Treatments, internal and external, through use of oils and ointments or powdered pastes help in curing of disorders.

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