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Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda) is one of the world's oldest medical systems. It originated in India and has evolved there over thousands of years. In the United States, Ayurvedic medicine is considered a CAM whole medical system. Many therapies used in Ayurvedic medicine are also used on their own as CAM--for example, herbs, massage, and specialized diets.

Panchakarma (meaning "five actions") developed in India, though there are regional variations in therapeutic procedure as well as in the equipment used. According to Charaka, the five actions are Nasya (nasal therapy), Vamana (emesis or vomiting), Virechana (purging) and two kinds of Vasti (therapeutic enema), Nirooha Vasti and Sneha Vasti. Herbal decoctions are used for Nirooha Vasti and herbal oils for Sneha Vasti. This five major procedures in Panchakarma, is meant to purify the whole body by eliminating the accumulated toxins from it.

Ayurvedic medicine has been around for many many years and certified professional shall practice full Ayurvedic medicine and Panchakarma.
Each Panchakarma treatment can be done individually by training technician as a holistic health and cleansing process general oils will be use for all body types.  
The Ayurvedic Treatments That I am doing is  a subset of Panchakarma. They are being used as general cleansing and holistic health treatment as I am finished my Kanyakumari's Panchakarma Technician certification.
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