Welcome to Shreeji Ayurved Panchakarma and Homeopathy hospital _ Research center


Theme of Ayurveda is to prevent health of humans from disease and also to cure the disease. First important is given to prevention . Human beings should not get disease.

For that some rules and indication given in Ayurveda If in case disease occurs ayurvedic medicines are there to cure. Ayurveda established close relationship between nature and human beings Change in body 9 Disease) its cured by with the help of nature. So change in Nature should be observe And according to Nature our diet and lifestyle should be changed. Without entering any artificial medicine in our body, Healing or cures naturally. So now people attracts towards Ayurveda. Now a days our lifestyle became very fast and competitive. So everybody cannot have a job according to his ‘PRAKRUTI’ ( Constitution). In Ayurveda, According to ‘Vat’, ‘Pitta’. ‘ Kapha’, Prakruti’s , here is details description about diet and treatment. So without any side effects and loss, We can leave healthy life. In the universe, So many medical problem, Other medical sciences like Allopathic, Ayurveda Accupuncture, Homeopathy etc. Are trying to salve these problem. But which medical science or road nearer and simple for that particular disease or Person are decided by consultant and Public also. In the Lay Men Image of ayurveda is – Ayurvedic medicines having no side effects but slowly acting. But main Ayurvedic Treatment is PANCHAKARMA i.e. purification Of body. So patient got instant relief and many acute as well as chronic diseases are cure safely. 

Panchakarma is the soul of ayurveda. As promised by ayurveda, Ayurveda believes in treating the disease at its root, not just symptomatic treatment and boosting the body’s capacity to resist and fight diseases. Medicines are very rarely used as props to help the body during sickness. Instead, the purpose of medicines here is to make the body capable of doing its natural function of fighting its own diseases. This is why you find that unlike some other systems of medicines, the disease does not recur when medication is stopped.

As the name suggests, Pancha in Sanskrit stands for Five and Karma are therapeutic measures thereby meaning five ways of body purification. These are undertaken for shodhan chikitsa - the purification of the body and mind, including the ten indriyas (sense and  work organs) Ayurveda considers it necessary before the start of any other therapy. In fact, most of the times, Panchakarma is an end in itself rather than a prelude to other therapeutic measures. During panchakarma, toxins from the body are removed by way of the skin and other glands, body vessels and the excretory system. 

In India, there are six seasons and panchakarma varies slightly according to these seasons. One can enjoy good health if routine seasonal panchakarma is done. (Prevention is better than cure)

The Panchakarma therapy of Ayurveda comprises of five basic types of advanced treatment for evacuation of vitiated Dosha (toxic materials) from the body. One can consider this as a cleansing program of toxins from the body. There are so many subtypes of this therapy and different types of herbal massages, fomentation's like steam, external oil treatments, Basti (medicated enemas), Virechana (purgation through herbs), Vamana (emesis through herbs), Nasya (nasal administration of oils) etc. are incorporated. These practices are extremely helpful in relieving deep seated diseases as well as it is also beneficial for maintaining and improving physical and mental health

Before starting with panchakarma, purvakarma (prekarma) are necessary. These include some medicines, snehana (oils and ghee), swedana (steam), etc.

Medicines help digestion and removal of aam dosha (toxins) from the body. Snehana is an important therapy in ayurveda for the treatment of various vata, pitta and kapha vyadhis. Snehana is of two types – internal and external. In the former, medicated oil or ghruta (ghee) is given to the patient for five to ten days (as per the person’s constitution and disease) early morning on an empty stomach. In the later, medicated oil is applied on the body and a proper massage is given. After massage,  swedana (steam) of medicinal herbs is given to the body so that the dosha is removed through the pores of the skin.

These purvakarmas are also useful independently in certain diseases. (for example, Snehana is useful to treat acidity, peptic ulcers, arthritis, ophthalmic problems, dryness of skin, skin disorders, problems due to heavy physical / mental work, excessive sexual activity, alcoholism, old age debility, anaemia, etc. Similarly, Swedana is useful against allergic rhinitis, cough, hiccoughs, bronchitis, body ache, headache, cervical spondylitis, Paraplegia, arthritis, low back pain, vertebral disorders, pain in any part of the body, piles, fistulae, facial palsy, problems after delivery and for weight reduction.)
            The result of prekarma (how patient feels) is very important for the doctor to decide the further course of action during the actual panchakarma.


Types of Panchakarma :


Apart from these, there are other supportive treatments to panchakarma and they have their own special benefits. These are :

Kati dhara and shirobasti

Elimination Of Disease

Ayurveda Advocates A holistic approach to the treatment of both the patients and the disease in the sense that it does not ignore either the mind or the body in its therapeutic analysis The patient is perceived in his social and familiar totality along with his cultural moorings . It restores the equilibrium the mental and physical Doshas by Eliminating the causative factors of the disease Regulating Diet and activities of the Patients adopting measures for restoration of health of the patient


  • first Removal Of Causative Factor --- the first step in treating an illness is identifying
  • then eliminating the factors can be fighter internal or external . Correct identification of etiological factors is necessary for effective removal of causative factors
  • Removal of causative factor of disease followed by Shodhan therapy to flush out the pathogens and byproduct of body
  • Then Supportive Shaman Therapy to be get wel of the residual balance of doshas in body And After It Aponarbhav Therapy will be given i. e . Rasayan Treatment

Shodhan Therapy

    1] Poorvakarma - , Pre Procedure
    2] Panchakarma Main Procedure
    3] Surgery

External Purification .- Snehan,Swedan Abhyang , Parishek , Mardan
Internal Purification – Panchakarma- Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Nasya , Raktamokshan

Shaman Therapy – Shaman Therapy is supportive and restorative in nature and effect.Samshodhan is often is always followed by shaman therapy which is palliative and corrects the residual dosha in balance

Satavajayam- Is the Therapy used to treat Psychiatric disorders This Therapy improves the mental faculties such as courage memory , Concentration ,Confidence , And General Awareness.

Surgery- Ayurvedic Surgical Procedures are described in “Sushrut Sanhita “ written by Acharya ‘Sushruta’ . Thirty one Surgical Procedure are listed in this Book Like Plastic Surgery, Cataract, Kidney Stone, Prostate, Piles And Fistula Etc .

Rasayan Vajikaran

Rasayan chikitsa means rejuvenation therapy . Rasayana are medicines which fortify the immune system and maintain the vigor and vitality of body tissues

Vajikaran consists of measures which invigorate the reproductive system ,enhance sexual function and ensure procreation of healthy pregnancy.

Dr. Satish Shamlalji Bhattad
Dr. Mrs. Suchita Bhattad

Our goal is to work on the principals of Ayurveda, to see that the healthy live healthy life and the diseased are relieved of their diseases with an expectation to see a society with its members having.