De-addiction and Rehabilitation Retreats in Kerala, India.

De-addiction and Rehabilitation Retreats

De-addiction and Rehabilitation Retreats

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Kairali Ayurvedic Group’s accomplishments in holistic lifestyle change are nowhere more evident than in our De-addiction and Rehabilitation retreat programs. The problem of addiction to alcohol, drugs, or tobacco is particular to our present day, but nevertheless, ancient Ayurvedic practices provide all the methods for detoxing the affected organs. Skilfully applying restorative Ayurvedic health practices to target the affected organs, the Kairali De-addiction program pacifies withdrawal symptoms while providing a holistic framework in which the sufferer can gain renewed physical and emotional strength.

Successful Addiction Treatments in India.

Addiction to drugs, alcohol or tobacco is a problem that slowly creeps into the life of the sufferer, gradually destroying their career, relationships and sense of wellbeing. It is, you might say, the classic problem of our spiritually under-nourished times, and it is not easily cured. It is at root a psychological and lifestyle issue – which is exactly the area in which Ayurveda excels. In applying the very best herbal treatments and lifestyle guidance, Kairali has created highly successful addiction treatments at their recovery center in Kerala, India.

Addiction – The Ayurvedic Perspective.

Kairali’s approach to addiction recovery depends on the kind of addiction the patient is suffering from. Alcohol addiction is identified as a pitta dosha disorder, and pitta pacifying health strategies would be used in this case. Tobacco addiction, on the other hand, is a vata-kapha disorder, so entirely different treatments would be used to restore the affected organs. Addiction to drugs such as cocaine and amphetamines would be classified as a vata disorder and require its own set of appropriate treatments. Withdrawal from any drug includes a high degree of vata aggravation, evident in symptoms such as tremors or panic attacks. Kairali’s de-addiction retreats are highly successful in pacifying these vata-related withdrawal symptoms through relaxation therapies, while conducting world-class natural healing on the affected organs.

Alcohol Addiction Recovery Retreats with Kairali.

The successful treatment of alcohol addiction requires pitta Dosha healing methods, which have a cooling effect on the body while restoring the metabolic system; especially the liver. Herbal remedies to restore the liver will be prescribed for the sufferer and should be taken on a daily basis. The Ayurvedic cleansing method prioritised in this case is that of purgation, in order to cleanse the liver and pancreas. External treatments soothe anxiety and ease withdrawal symptoms while cooling the system and pacifying the activity of pitta in the body.

Kairali’s Ayurvedic recovery retreats from addiction to alcohol have a very high success rate, especially in the area of organ replenishment. Our natural restorative methods can bring the liver function back to normal in just 7-14 days.

Tobacco Addiction Recovery Retreats with Kairali.

Kairali’s approach to tobacco addiction requires a therapeutic focus on the lungs, the site of kapha predominance and the area most in need of rejuvenation. The classic Ayurvedic cleansing process of vamanam (induced vomiting) is one of the key therapies in this case, and a highly successful procedure in detoxifying the lungs and aiding the process of organ replenishment. Vasti (Ayurvedic enemas) are also a key treatment in tobacco addiction, treating vata and restoring damage to the nervous system. Withdrawal symptoms are also related to vata, and those on a tobacco recovery retreat can expect relaxing oil massages to help counter these effects. Kairali prides itself on offering a successful program of recovery from tobacco addiction and our program can rapidly speed the process of organ replenishment.

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