Importance Of Karkkidaka Chikitsa (Monsoon Treatment)
Ayurveda has explained the preventive treatments for maintaining the healthy body and curative treatments for the expulsion of the diseases. For preventing the diseases, boosting our immunity and to keep the body young, karkkidaka chikitsa is very important.
The term Panchakarma refers to the five most relevant purificatory therapies in Ayurveda. Panchakarma is essentially applicable to all forms of imbalance covering a wide range of preventive, curative and rejuvenation aspects.
Hair, as a structural component is one of the most defining features of the human body. Ayurvedic classics consider hair (kesha) as a secondary tissue (upadhatu) of the reproductive tissue (sukra) and also as a byproduct (mala) associated with the structural tissue (asthi dhatu).