Ayurvedic Hair Care treatment for thick, strong glossy hair that helps to make firm hair roots and healthy sclap. Moisturizing and massaging the scalp with herbal oils or juices, nourishes and strengthens the hair roots and promotes hair growth. This special Ayurvedic hair treatment helps to prevent dandruff. An Ayurvedic medicated oil massage followed with a special herbal pack helps to strengthen hair follicles thus
Massage works mainly with muscles. It utilizes various techniques to release tension in muscles anywhere in the body. While some massage can be done on a clothed body, it is preferable to work directly on the skin. Massage relaxes muscle and relieves body tension, while at the same time improving circulation. The sedative or stimulating effects of massage help to control general body tensions and lessen contractions, spasms, and muscle tightness.
Precious herbal leaves and herbs are boiled and the medicated vapours are passed to the steam chamber where client is made to sit with relaxed body, keeping the head out, for a period of 20 to 30 minutes. The steam will open up the pores of the skin, thereby removing all toxins. A great therapy for toning the skin and giving it a special glow.
Takradhara is a procedure of pouring medicated buttermilk over the forehead of the patient. After the preparatory application of oil on the body, the patient is made to lie on his back. Medicated buttermilk from a dhara vessel hung 6-8 inches above the patient's forehead is poured in a continuous stream through a hole at the bottom of dhara vessel. A head band is tied around the forehead just above the eye brows to prevent medicated buttermilk from flowing into the eyes and to direct its…
Nasyam is meant for purification of the head region. The excess of bodily humors accumulated in the sinus, throat, nose or head is eliminated. Patient is asked to lie down on his/her back on a wooden cot placed in a room devoid of breeze. Head should be placed slightly down and legs higher. The body, especially head, neck and chest, should be massaged with oil and fomentation is given. Nasyam is of three types:
A localised version of dhara, in which oil is made to pour in a slow, steady flow on to the afflicted part of the body. This treatment can be catered to treat many joint related problems such as osteo arthritis, spondylosis, gout, and general wear and tear of your joints and bones. Usually performed as part of a therapy package involving other Ayurvedic treatments over a continuous number of days.
An Ayurvedic head massage can be done with or without oil by rubbing the scalp and forehead with palms or tapping it with fingers. The therapy is very beneficial for people who suffer from baldness, graying of hair, headache, migraine, insomnia, stress and mental disorders. It helps in cases of paralysis, polio, loss of memory and in diseases of the nervous system.
Ayurvedic treatment for the eyes by application of medicated oils is known as Netratarpanam. In this procedure, the patient is made to lie on his/her back on dhroni and medicated ghee is then poured gently into the patients eyes and later in the process the eyes will be open and closed for couple of times under the doctors supervision.