Services

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

Shirovasti

Shirovasti, one of the Ayurvedic treatements, which is considered more of a palliative treatment of ayurveda than an eliminative one. In this process, medicated oil is poured into the sleeve and allowed to remain on the pate for a while. The oils commonly used are Ksheerabala or Dhanwantaram. How long the oil to be kept on the head is determined by the severity of the illness.

Podikkizhi

An Ayurvedic therapy in which the body of the patient is fomented with linen bags containing a mixture of horse gram, black gram, gingelly seeds and other vital ingredients in powdered form.

Nasya

Nasya is medication through the nose. In this treatment, the application of medicated oil or powders through the nostrils. Nasya are of four types Virechana Nasya, Dhmana Nasya, Brumhana Nasya and Shamana Nasya.







Urovasti

Urovasti is an Ayurvedic treatment to Kativasti and Urovasti is administered to the Uras or the chest to treat pain in the sternum area. Similar to that in Kativasti, a reservoir is built upon the chest with black gram paste.

Making a Kizhi

Kizhi or linen bags (bundle) are important for Ayurvedic treatments like Ilakkizhi or Patrasweda, Podikkizhi and Navarakkizhi. Kizhi's are used for retaining a constant temperature during the treatment.

Abhyanga

Abhyanga in Ayurveda means oil massage. A person can do Abhyanga on his own as part of his daily routine for health, trained masseurs are required to perform this therapy when it is used for disease management in ayurveda or Panchakarma.







Dhara

Dhara is one of the major oil therapies in Ayurveda treatment. In this continual pouring of warm medicated oil or a herbal decoction over the body is done. Dhara is a kind of external application of medicated liquids. Popular Dhara treatments are Shirodhara (oil is poured only on the forehead), Sarvangadhara (oil is poured all over except on the head). Instead of oil medicated buttermilk is used in Takradhara therapy and if medicated milk is used then the process is called Ksheeradhara.

Applying Medicated Paste

Applying medicated paste for the treatment Talapotichil. Covering the head with medicinal paste is known as Talapotichil in ayurveda. Talapotichil is an important treatment in Ayurveda for many minor and major diseases that afflict the head.

Ayurvedic Medicine Preparations

In Ayurveda medicines are prepared using herbs and is making in a traditional way. The various part of herbs like roots, leaves, stems, barks are used for the preparation of these medicines. They come in gel, powder and liquid forms and have diverse therapeutic applications, and are recommended remedies for indigestion, fever, cold, vomiting and many more.







Dhara Amla Dhara

Dhara is one of the major oil therapies in Ayurveda treatment. In this continual pouring of warm medicated oil or a herbal decoction over the body is done. Dhara is a kind of external application of medicated liquids. Popular Dhara treatments are Shirodhara (oil is poured only on the forehead), Sarvangadhara (oil is poured all over except on the head). Instead of oil medicated buttermilk is used in Takradhara therapy and if medicated milk is used then the process is called Ksheeradhara.

Swedana

Swedana or Sudation Therapy is a pre-requisite for Panchakarma. This process involves inducing sweat in the patient. Swedana gives relief from health problems like asthma, catarrh, hemiplegia and many other diseases caused by Vata disorders. There are various sweating methods Ayurveda related to the diseases, some of the popular ones are Navarakizhi (Pinda Sweda), Bashpasweda, Avagaha Sweda, Upanahasweda and Patresweda.

Navarakizhi

Navarakizhi or Pindaswedais used not only as part of the Panchakarma but also as an effective treatment for hemiplegia and health issues caused by Vata disorders.







Ayurveda Pharmacology

The principles of Ayurvedic pharmacology are fundamentally different from other systems of medicine and health. Most Ayurvedic medicines are prepared mainly from herbs. Unlike other medicinal systems, this pharmacological process closely resembles the culinary art. Some times it may be leaves and flowers and roots and seeds which are used to crush for preparing the medicines.

Head Massage

Massaging your head with oil has many benefits and for many Ayurveda treatment it is done as a pre-requisite.

Talapothichil

Talapotichil in Ayurveda treatment involves covering of the head with medicinal paste. Talapotichil is an important treatment for many minor and major diseases that afflict the head. Ayurveda focuses on establishing and maintaining a balance of the life energies within us, rather than focusing on individual symptoms.







Kativasti

Kativasti is an ayurvedic therapy to cure lower backache, stiffness, and pain felt down the back. Oil mixed with black gram dough is placed on the patient for an extended duration.

Karnapoorana

Karnapoorana is an Ayurvedic treatment suggested for a wide range of ear-related and cranial issues. In this process lukewarm, purified medicated oil is gently poured into the ear facing up. After remaining in the same position for about five minutes, the patient is turned and the process is repeated in the other ear. Karnapoorana is prescribed for the treatment of ear injuries and pains, dizziness, vertigo, and nausea.

Shirodhara

Shirodhara, also known as Moordhanyadhara, is done with oil in Ayurveda. Dhara's are done using oil medicated with herbs, tender coconut water, milk, ghee, Dhanyamla (an extraction of cereals and citrus fruits) or buttermilk. It is a treatment suggested curing ailments like headache, fatigue, insomnia, nervousness, and stress. Shirodhara is performed as part of the Purvakarma practices.







Panchakarma Procedure

Panchakarma is performed in three stages which lead the body through a variety of therapies. The first stage is Purvakarma, Pradhanakarma (specialized treatment) and Paschatkarma.

Preparations for Upanahasweda

Upanahasweda is an Ayurvedic treatment used to relief pain associated with swelling. It is a purvakarma in Panchakarma therapy in Ayurveda.

Ayurvedic medicines

Ayurvedic medicines come in gel, powder and liquid forms and have diverse therapeutic applications. And medicines must be consumed only under the guidance of a certified vaidyan, or Ayurvedic physician.







Churnas

In Ayurveda Medicine, Churnas are medicinal powders used for a wide range of treatments. Prepared by crushing and sifting of herbs and minerals to achieve a specific consistency. Some of the popular Churnas suggested by physicians are Ashta Churna, Avipathy Churna, Dadimashtaka Churna, Eladigana Churna, Hinguvachadi Churna, Karpooradi Churna and Rajanyadi Churna.

Avarthis or Medicated Oil

In Ayurveda Medicine, Avarthis means medicated oil. Ksheerabala Avarthi is one of the medicated oils which relieves rheumatic pains.

Droni

The Droni is a wooden bed on which the patient is made to lie while undergoing Ayurvedic treatment. The design of the table is such that it allows for treatments with an abundance of Ayurvedic herbal oil to be performed.







Kizhi

A Kizhi (fist sized bundle) is a poultice that is tighly packed with herbal ingredients and is dipped every now and then in a warm medicated Kuzhambu (ointment).

Hastha Abhyanga

Abhyanga or oil massage in Ayurveda and Panchakarma with various steps for performing it. Massages in Abhyanga can be effectively done with two therapists working on either side of the patient.

Udwartana

Udwartana is a process in which a paste of herbal powders in water or other suitable liquids is applied to the body. Then it is rubbed off gently just as it dries. Udwartana with various powders is effective in reducing excessive sweating and bad body odour, in imparting softness and radiance to the body skin as well as in reducing obesity.








Lifestyle Questionnaire
Name:
Country
Gender
Age
Email:
Phone:
Food Eaten
Outside Home
Exercise
Mentions Specific
Issues: