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Basti , Ardha Chikitsa , Ayurveda
Basti, which is also termed as `Ardha Chikitsa` in Ayurveda, is specifically framed to cure the major diseases of the body. Basti therapy treats the entire length of the colon and eliminates the accumulated faecal from the dhatus as well as the aama from the dhatus.
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