Shankh Prakshalana* is a method of cleansing the entire digestive tract with salt water. The service we offer includes consultation and theoretical and practical training. It also provides for the process of the Shankh Prakshalana itself under the supervision of a qualified instructor.
for cleansing the entire digestive tract will require two visits.
During the first visit, we will determine
the state of your health. We need that to make sure that you have no contraindications. We will also conduct theoretical and practical training
. Furthermore, we'll give you instructions on how to improve your skills for your next visit.
On the second visit, you will do the Shankh Prakshalana under the supervision of our instructor. And he will ensure the procedure's efficiency in
cleansing the entire digestive tract.
, or Varisara, means "conical cleansing" or "gesture of the seashell" because water passes through the digestive canal like an empty shell.
The water absorbed by the mouth passes through the stomach, which, by the body's internal movements, passes through the whole intestine, thereby cleansing it of
impurities. The treatment would continue until the water became as clear as when it entered.
Preparation for the cleansing of the entire digestive tract
Heat the saltwater to body temperature with a salt concentration of five to six grams per litre. It is slightly less than the salt level in blood plasma (a small tablespoon per litre of water). The water must be salty, as the absence of salt would allow the mucous
membrane to absorb the water through osmosis, and the body will excrete it as urine and not as intended. If you find the water too salty, you can reduce the salt concentration to make the water more suitable for you.
Performance of Shankh Prakshalana
The procedure for cleansing the entire digestive tract works best during the morning when the stomach is empty. As practice shows, the process takes an hour and a half. However, it may take 45-60 minutes as your skills improve.
* శంఖ ప్రక్షాళన (Śaṅkha prakṣāḷana)
- "Conical cleansing" in Telugu
, which is one of the official languages of Andhra Pradesh
state of India.