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Learn everything about Ayurveda therapies and thier amazing benifits. Ayurveda therapies type, process and pros & cons.
Anjana- a prescription in Ayurvedic ophthalmology, serves a therapeutic purpose.
This is the kind of treatment in which medicated oil is poured and cooled for a fixed time.
Karnapoornam is an Ayurvedic procedure for ear cleansing using herbal medicated oil.
Traditionally, Kashaya Dhara was practised as a method of sedation in Ayurveda.
Usally Kati basti therapy is used to treat the back pain in the body.
A mukh lepanam is a facial treatment that involves applying a herbal face-pack on face.
Nasyam treatment can work wonders to control migraine, headache, sinusitis.
Navarakizhi is a highly effective Ayurvedic therapy based on the concept of sweat.
To treat tired, stressed, dehydrated, stressed eyes and disorderly vision thru Ayurveda.
The ayurvedic palliative treatment is Pichu that targets the ailments areas in the body.
Pizhichil is an Ayurvedic treatment which involves rubbing the whole body with warm medicated oils
One of the most common and effective Ayurveda treatments is Chooranasweda Or Podikizhi.
In Ayurvedic medicine, Shiro Basti is concerned with the "roof of the human body."
Ayurveda therapy Shirodhara that involves a person pouring a liquid over your forehead.
This procedure is a prerequisite for panchakarma, an ayurvedic method of body detoxification.
Steam filled room for relaxation and cleansing is called a steam bath or swedana in Ayurveda.
Ayurvedic treatment for heart problems, hot oil preparations are poured over the heart area.
There are many women-centered therapies and treatments in Ayurveda. Yoni Prakshalanam is one of them.
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