A. Antar Dhauti -Varisara(Poona Shakaprakshalana and laghu Shakaprakshalana):
Poorna Shakaprakshalana Technique:
Totally 16 glasses of water have to be taken in and expelled it through the anus. First drink two glass of water and perform a set of yoga asana that is
After every two glass these five set of has to be followed in same specific order until water starts flowing out of the anus until the clear water come out (whichmeans stomach and intestines are perfectly clean).Laghu Shakaprakshalana Technique:
There is a variation in this kriya, which is called an s Laghu (quick) Shakaprakshalana. In this kriya only 6 glasses of warm saline water is taken with set of above-mentionedasana.
Post Kriya:Simple kitchadi (Indian lentils (moong dal) with white rice cooked without any spices and salt less)
Note:As it is a major kriya dietary restrictions to be observed a week before and after the practice. Must be done under expert guidance.
In Hatha Ratnavalimentions use of jiggery water or milk water instead of salt water. There are also various herbs like few drops of lemon, onion or garlic juice. And second variation can use carrot or celery juice.
B. Vaman means ‘to vomit’ has two variations: Kunjala and Vyaghra Kriya
Technique 1: Kunjala Kriya
This has to be practiced early in the morning in empty stomach. Drink two to four glasses(1-11/2 liter) of warm saline water (1 table spoon approximately in 1litre water) until throat and expel it out. The position while vomiting is to bent over along with inserting 2/3 fingers inside to stimulate tongue root.
Technique 2: Vyaghra Kriya
Vyaghra means tiger. Just as tiger regurgitates its food a couple of hours after eating, same way in this kriya practitioner vomits the food three hours after the meal. Drink 1-11/2 liter of warm saline water and bent over along with inserting 2/3 fingers inside to stimulate tongue root and vomit out.
Sweet milk rice pudding should be taken after 45min of practice. Or Simple kitchadi (Indian lentils (moong dal) with white rice cooked without any spices and salt less)
C. From Danta Dhauti - Jihva Dhauti
Jihva means tongue. Cleaning the tongue by rubbing it with the joined first finger and thumb in a downward motion and then squeezing it thoroughly.
Benefits of Dhauti kriya:
Removes all kinds of diseases caused by excess mucus.
Removes diseases like asthma, obesity, and disorders of spleen.
Good for skin diseases.
Cures abdominal ailments and fever
Antar Dhauti is avoided in case of:
Stomach or intestine ulcers,
High blood pressure.
All sets of Dhauti practices As per GhS(Gheranda Samhita) Antar Dhauti, Danta Dhauti, hrid dhauti and moolashodana.