Nasyam is the instillation of herbal medicines through the nostrils. It removes mucous, clogs, clean and clears the head channels, and also simulates the brain cells and central nervous system. It is commonly used to treat diseases like paralyses, Parkinson’s dieses, and complex headache, and acute sinusitis, dieses of the head, neck and nose.
Shirodhara is an earliest Ayurvedic medicinal technique that literally translated into Shiras referring to ‘the head’ and dhara means continuous flow in Sanskrit. This Ayurvedic therapy involves a stream of oil dipping over your head steadily to bring about an immense feeling of relaxation calmness and stillness of the mind.
In Ayurveda treatment, Pizhichil is the squeezing of warm medicated oil on to the body of the patients from a piece of cloth that is periodically soaked in a vessel containing the oil. Pizhichil that is literally means squeezing; Pizhichil is beneficial for alignments like hemiplegia, and other paralysis. The patient is made to sit on a dhara table with legs extended.
It is a procedure in which massage is done with warm poultices of herbal power. It is good for joint disorders, Arthritics conditioners etc… It give relaxation alleviates pain & stiffness. It’s a massage therapy and part of Ayurveda mainly aims to enhance and protect the health and wellness of the whole body.
Kativasthi is one of the ancient treatment methords prescribed in manuscripts of authentic ayurveda in Kerala. It is the best possible ayurvedic cure for back pain ...
Massage is focused way to get treatment done especially when it come to pain relief. Upper body massage is including shoulder, back and neck where as lower body massage includes thighs, leg and foot.
Rakta Moksha is a treatment used in the traditional Indian medical system of Ayurveda that is commonly known as bloodletting. It is one of the five toxin eliminating treatments that collectively are called panchakarma.In addition to Rakta Moksha these therapies are vamana(vomiting), Virechana(purgation), Nasya(nasal irregation), basti(enema or colonic).
Janu Vasti or Janu Basti is a specialized Ayurveda that is commonly known as ayurvedic treatment to relieve the knee pain bloodletting. It is one of the five toxin-eliminating treatments caused due to arthritis by strengthening the knee that collectively are called muscles and joints. The treatment is performed through panchakarma.
Njavarakizhi is also known as shashtikashali pinda swedam. Njavara in Malayalam stands for the rice(Shashtika Shali in Sanskrit) that grows in 60 days ; Kizhi (Pinda in Sanskrit) stands for bolus. Njavara is indigenous variety of rice grown in Kerala, having medicinal properties. It is a unique treatment procedure practiced by Kerala Ayurveda physicians (Vaidyas).
Uzhichil is a complete Kalari massage system which rejuvenates the nervous and muscular system of the body and stimulates blood circulation. This method of treatment is a result of the blend of Dhanurveda and Ayurveda. Uzhichil is the systematic application of pressure on the muscles according to their structure, at the same time stimulating the nervous system and the circulatory system.
Basically, Shirovasti is a very good procedure of Ayurveda which provides great relief. The meaning of Shiro is head and the meaning of Vasti is container. So, Shirovasti is run through the scalp and into the hair. The concept of shirodhara is mainly concerned with the application of specific time period. Sirovasti is the most intensive, potent external oil application.