PANCHAKARMA RESEARCH & TRAINING CENTRE, TRIPURA (PRTCT)
Welcome to site of Panchakarma Research & Training Centre, Tripura .
Department of Forests, Government of Tripura, has introduced the unique multidimentional treatment modality with Research and Training facility at Hatipara, (Near Shalbagan) Agartala, Tripura as Panchakarma Research & Training Centre, Tripura (PRTCT), under Medicinal Plants Board of Tripura, supported by National Medicinal Plants Board, New Delhi, and Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, Health Department, Govt. of Tripura and Tripura JICA Project.
About Ayurveda & Panchakarma
Ayurveda - an ancient traditional system of medicine, is considered to be the oldest system of health care, This healing system has been practiced in day to day life in
Dhanwantari - The God of Ayurveda
Medicinal Plants Board of Tripura,(MPBT)
National Medicinal Plants Board. New Delhi, under control of Department of Forest, Government of Tripura,
is giving unflagged support to develop the Panchakarma centers in Tripura, as a pioneer in north east to facilitate the eco-tourism activity of department. Other Panchakarma centres: Panchakarma Centre, Sepahijala is running succesfully near first gate of Wild life Sanctuary,Sepahijala, other two Panchakarma centres will be operational very shortly at Baramura Eco park and Tepania Eco park.
Panchakarma - The Ayurvedic Rejuvenation Therapy :
Panchakarma :Pancha’ means ‘five’ and ‘karma’ means ‘action.’ This five-fold purification therapy aims at correcting the imbalance of the Doshas (Constitution of body) - Vata, Pitta, Kapha in order to maintain their inherent equilibrium. During each season of the year, one or more of the Doshas accumulate, which causes an imbalance and makes the body prone to illness. It involves five cleansing procedures:
Panchakarma -by its unique multi dimensional activity, is focused on anti-aging and rejuvenation programs to prevent disease process and to maintain an optimum healthy state. This is recommended for anyone above the age of 40 for 14-21 days annually and any one above 60 years for 21 days annually. This programs consists of different Panchakarma procedures based on the person's health and body constitution.