Emptiness is essential.
Everything else comes randomly.
Emptiness brings peace to Love;
everything else is just disease.
In this world of illusions,
it is precisely the void that
desires the soul.
– Rumi

The first fast depends on several factors:

  1. How acidic is your body (sugar, snacks, cookies, meat, alcohol, cigarettes)
  2. How much mucus is in your microbiome (milk, dairy, wheat)
  3. How many medicines did you take in the past (antibiotics, chemotherapy, analgesics, antirheumatic drugs)

– and that you are really ready to fast.

First, a consultation and examination of the body is required, during which we make a diagnosis according to Ayurveda. Vegetable and fruit juices, cleansing teas, and vegetables for soups are based on constitutional calculation. We presented oral hygiene, skin care, and the method of performing an enema. We always determine the length of a complete fast together based on your psychophysical capabilities. Above all, how many reserves does the body has. During fasting, the body draws energy from fat cells.

You can choose between partial fasting (online), Panchakarma, and individual complete fasting (online):


21-day partial fast (online)

During this fast, we consume a limited amount of food prescribed for each individual depending on – Vikruti (current state of the body). Water enema – Nirooha Vasti (also called Basti) thoroughly cleans the lower part of the intestinal microbiome and is indispensable.



Before Panchakarma, steam therapy (Svedana) and oiling the body with medicinal oils and herbs (Snehana) are recommended. We called this Purvakarma or pre-preparation. A special diet is required before performing Vamana and Virechana. The body must be prepared adequately before two protocols. These two processes purify Kapha dosha and Pitta dosha. After completion of Vamana and Virechana, enema-Vasti (Basti) is performed. Anuvasan Vasti and Nirooha Vasti are key in Panchakarma. Nasya (excretion of toxins through the nose) and Raktamokshana (excretion of toxins through the blood) are also performed. The length of Panchakarma is slightly different for each individual. It is determined by sex, weight, height, how old the client is, and imbalance – Vikruti. The therapy is partially changed in the presence of parasites, and antiparasitic treatment is added. We use traditional Ayurvedic herbs and other preparations.



Each individual receives a fasting protocol of 10 to 21 days. We decide on the length of the fast together. It depends on the psychophysical capabilities of the individual. During these fasts, we stop digestion and consume only liquid “food,” cleansing teas, and vegetable juices. The Nirooha Vasti water enema is performed daily, and the revitalizing Anuvasan Vasti enema is performed once a week. The therapy is partially changed in the presence of parasites, and antiparasitic treatment is added.

Food & nutrition after fasting

The transition to solid food is crucial and causes much more problems than fasting itself. The longer we fast, the longer it takes to introduce solid food and stabilize digestion. A diet with sattvic food is determined after fasting. The instructions also include recipes for slowly changing eating habits.

Therapeutic fasting is also vital for self-interaction. That’s why it’s good to “arm” yourself with knowledge and tools so that your first fast will be gentle and friendly, and you will enjoy it. Participants do not feel hungry; the protocol is designed to stabilize sugar levels and prevent hypoglycemia.

The stomach is a muscle that slowly shrinks during fasting to the size of a clenched fist, which is its natural size. When shrinks, fasting becomes a pleasure. It also depends on how many toxins have accumulated in the intercellular, fat, and connective tissue and how many harmful bacteria have settled in the intestines.

Physiological problems during fasting

After three days, when triglycerides are eliminated from the liver, a thorough body cleansing begins. Then cellular intelligence tells us how many toxins have accumulated in the body. Toxins that are bound to adipose tissue are dissolved later. Therefore, it is necessary to follow the protocol to eliminate the poisons as soon as possible through urine, enema, sweat, and through the tongue.

Due to “awakened” toxins, some people may experience headaches, insomnia, nausea, irritability, and muscle or hip pain. Distress and fear of what is happening in the body may appear. These are just the side effects of the detox, which unfortunately cannot be done without, so we need to stay in touch so I can answer any questions you may have.

Enema – Vasti (or Basti) is essential

“Basti is half of a treatment.”
– Dr. Milind Sajjanwar – Ayurvedic doctor

We usually have our last stool on the first day of fasting. Then digestion stops, and 2 kg of waste remains in the large intestine, depending on the constitution. These wastes must leave the body as they poison it instead of cleansing it. For this reason, an enema is essential every day of fasting. The fasting protocol determines how the enema is performed correctly and with what decodings.

Bilka Baloh and her mentor dr. Milind Sajjanwar, Ayurvedic doctor

Oral hygiene

During fasting, we must also take care of oral hygiene, as toxins are excreted daily with white coatings through the tongue, and the teeth become “hairy.” The tongue is a map of metabolic organs. Each part of the tongue tells us where the most toxins have accumulated in the body. Poisons are excreted not only through the tongue, urine, and enema but also through the skin, which is our largest organ. Hence, Abhyanha or self-massage is required.

Support and guidance

I have been involved in mentoring for 25 years. We have solved a wide variety of health problems with our clients. Talking about it at home (with your partner, family, friends, etc.) is a good idea so they can support you. When we detox the body, our mind is also cleaned – emotionally and spiritually. During fasting, little things that we usually overlook start to bother us. Therefore, therapeutic fasting is also mental cleansing. For example, disordered relationships with certain people, dirt in the apartment, unresolved problems at work, etc. The side effects of fasting differ for each individual, so daily contact is necessary, as it simultaneously supports detoxification. You can read more about it in the testimonials section.

Time and peace

It makes sense to do the first fast in peace to have time for yourself. Being in touch with yourself, in silence and meditation, is essential. We introduce one of the best meditation techniques to calm the participants’ minds. The practice is simple. All it takes is discipline, persistence, and dedication.

We do not burden the body with intense physical efforts during fasting, as the internal organs work at half capacity. Only the liver, which cleans the blood, and the kidneys, which help eliminate toxins through urine, work at full steam. Brisk walking, yoga, pranayama, meditation, sauna, and swimming are suitable. The body must rest and be at peace.

Fasting is a great natural process that tells and shows us what unresolved things we need to face and resolve in our lives. To make them aware. As a physical purification, fasting also means spiritual and mental “purification.” Namely, food is the crudest representative of the material world, permanently preventing a person from contact with the higher worlds, with our metaphysics, which probably no one doubts today.

Dr. Pradip Jamnadas is the founder and medical director of Cardiovascular Interventions and has practiced in Central Florida for over 31 years. Widely recognized for his skill in interventional cardiology, Dr. Jamnadas has been consecutively awarded Orlando Top Doctor by Orlando Magazine for over a decade.

The price varies depending on the detoxification type and the therapy length. Contact us, and we will answer you as soon as possible.