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Dr. Pramod Chandra Dwivedi*, Dr. Dinesh Patil**, Dr. Prachi Kawthekar***, Dr. M.K. Vyas****

*MD. Scholar, **Lecturer, ***Professor, ****Professor

Department Of Panchakarma, Shubhdeep Ayurved Medical College & Hospital [P.G. Institute],

 Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India

 

Abstract

Humans are constantly exposed to potentially toxic environmental chemicals through food, environmental pollution of the air, water and soil. Human body cannot get rid of these toxins as most of these are fat soluble and limited excretory capacity of humans. This results in cumulative accumulation of these toxins in various body tissues posing serious health consequences including cancer. The concept of Dushi Visha elaborated in Ayurveda is analogous with cumulative accumulation of environmental toxins. This Dushi Visha is said to interact with kapha resulting in detrimental health outcomes. Shodhan through Panchakarma therapy (detoxification therapy) is the only therapeutic approach to get rid of these environmental toxins. Panchakarma therapy restores normal health through detoxification of the body. The aim of this review research paper is to corroborate available research work in this field and establish Panchakarma therapy as sole detoxification therapy to preserve human health. 

Keywords: 

Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Shodhana, Dushi Visha,environmental toxins

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