Kama Ayurveda

Kama Ayurveda is a concept based on the goal of achieving longevity.

Ayurveda is not limited to medical science, but extends its scope to life science.

Maintaining the balance of physical, mental and spiritual energy in every human act is the golden key that Ayurveda can offer.

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What is the Ayurvedic regime?

The Ayurvedic regime is designed to maintain a healthy, long, healthy and active life.
It has three varieties:

  • Dinacharya (daily regime)
  • Ritucharya (seasonal regime)
  • Ethical regime

When following the prescriptions of all three regimens, one can enjoy full self-realization and pain relief.

Dinacharya: Ayurveda daily routine

Dinacharya plays a preventive role in maintaining health.

It is associated with the daily practice of certain prescriptions to maintain a specific rhythm of the system (body).

If all activities are in line with the rhythm, the individual organs and systems remain in good health.

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Dinacharya gives the following instructions:

1. Get up from sleep one hour before sunrise to get rid of all waste products in the body.
2. Take proper care of all the sense organs, as they are the tools with which you connect with the outside world.
3. Scrape the tongue with the scraper and check for a white coating. The pure and red tongue shows that digestion is correct, and white deposits are a sign of ama, ie. toxins in the small intestine
4. Keep your teeth clean by using bitter and astringent mixtures of herbal cleansing powders. Nimba and kadira herbs are popular and strengthen gums and teeth.
5. Wash your mouth with warm water in the morning and after meals, especially after eating sweet foods. Sprinkle with warm water or 1 tbsp. sesame oil is recommended for sensitive teeth and gums.
6. Wash your face with lukewarm water as a practice against the appearance of wrinkles, for pleasantly shiny skin and good eye condition. Daily use of eye color (Kajal) has been shown to be effective for good eyesight
7. Put a few drops of healing Ayurvedic oil or ghee (Nasya) in your nose to protect your nose, eyes, throat and head from disease.
8. Regular massages of the whole body with oil to prevent aging and wrinkles, increase appetite and strengthen immunity. After the massage, take a shower with warm or lukewarm water.
9. Do regular exercises that cause sweating, breathing becomes faster and you are forced to breathe through your mouth. They keep the body in good condition, increase strength and endurance.
10. Sexual communication harmonizes the body, mind and soul with those of your partner. Compatibility with the partner is very important, and it depends on the individual physique, strength and season.
11. Fall asleep early in the evening and with a calm mind. Daytime sleep is contraindicated unless there is a good reason for it, such as a specific disease, extreme heat during the summer season, etc.

Ritucharya: seasonal regime in Ayurveda

The activity in nature is guided by two main energy principles – hot and cold. The heat helps to expend energy, and the cold – to save it.
The seasonal regime in Ayurveda aims to help you withstand these changes in energy balance.

With more heat, the plants produce more bitter, astringent and spicy flavors, so this type of food can be consumed seasonally.

Cold weather is suitable for sweet, salty and sour flavors that are stronger and increase the body’s energy.


  • Weather – moderate temperatures, high humidity;
  • Effect on doshas – increase of Kapha, decrease of Vata;
  • Major diseases – runny nose, sinusitis, respiratory infections;
  • What to avoid – cold food, sweet and salty, napping during the day;
  • What is recommended – bitter and hot drinks, daily exercise;
  • Strength and immunity – intermediate level;
  • Panchakarma – Nasya therapy and healing enema (Basti).


  • Weather – high temperatures;
  • Effect on doshas – increase of Pitta, accumulation of Vata, decrease of Kapha;
  • Major diseases – fever, diarrhea, dysentery, boils, skin rashes;
  • What to avoid – hot and spicy food, prolonged exposure to high temperatures, intense exercise;
  • What is recommended – sweet and bitter fruit juices, raw salad, steamed salad, afternoon nap;
  • Strength and immunity – low level, poor appetite;
  • Panchakarma – Virechana (caused laxative effect).


  • Weather – moderate temperatures with cool and dry winds;
  • Effect on doshas – accumulation of Vata, gradual decrease of Pitta, gradual increase of Kapha;
  • Major diseases – fever, skin rash;
  • What to avoid – hot food, too much exercise;
  • What is recommended – soft drinks, foods with sweet, bitter and astringent taste;
  • Strength and immunity – medium level;
  • Panchakarma – Virechana (caused laxative effect).


  • Weather – very cold;
  • Effect on doshas – deterioration of Vata, accumulation of Kapha;
  • Main diseases – fever, runny nose, sinusitis, dry skin;
  • What to avoid – hot food, too much exercise;
  • What is recommended – appropriate exercises, massage with oil, heavy, greasy food with sweet, sour and salty taste;
  • Strength and immunity – good level;
  • Panchakarma – massage with oil, nasal drops, healing enema.

Ethical regime

Ayurveda prescribes an ethical regime to maintain a good or balanced mind.
A balanced mind works for the well-being of all, while a restless or inert mind leads to misjudgments and perceptions that cause excitement and unnecessary excitement.

The Ayurvedic ethical regime gives the following prescriptions:

1. Do not make decisions influenced by pleasures or pain, but base them on facts and truths.
2. Strive to achieve peace in your thoughts and actions, speak softly and pleasantly.
3. Be consistent with your diet – eat regularly and according to your appetite, not your cravings.
4. Perceive, adapt and react according to time and place – control your perceptions.
5. Keep your body and mind clean.
Full acquaintance with the principles and concepts of Ayurveda can be found in the form of lectures during your stay at the Ayurveda Clinic Bansko.

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