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Abstract

KAYA KALPA CHIKITSA

Dr. K. J. Lavanya Lakshmi* and Dr. P. V. N. R. Prasad

ABSTRACT

Ever since man started curing illness, he began to discover the causes for illness. In his efforts to cure and prevent illness, by continuous search and research for generations, man found several methods of rejuvenating his physical body with foods, medicines, herbs, exercises and austerities. Each method showed a certain effect and some very effective methods are still in use all over the world in various places. Yet a perfect system has not been found to suit all sections of people of all countries, climates and ecological conditions. Kaya-Kalpa Chikitsa is a prime treatment in Ayurveda aimed at arresting degeneration of body cells, slowing down the ageing process, and for improving body immunity as a whole. It includes intake of special Ayurvedic medicines and diet and comprehensive body care programmes. The treatment aims to return youthfulness by rejuvenating every „dhatu‟ or „tissue‟ in the body and by maintaining the normal level of Ojus in the body. Practice of Kaya Kalpa involves two main exercises: Toning up the nervous system to withstand the aging process and "Ojus breath" - to recycle the sexual vital fluid to rejuvenate the body and postpone death. These two exercises are very simple to learn and practice daily. Generally Kaya Kalpa is a good practice to maintain physical and mental health, further spiritual development and rejuvenate the physical systems to withstand the aging process. The practice will help people to enjoy a happy & satisfactory life.

Keywords: Degeneration, Rasayana, Panchakarma, Rejuvenation, Kaya Kalpa.


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