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Abhyangam is a traditional Ayurvedic massage that uses long strokes and rhythmic movements to stimulate blood circulation, relax muscles, and promote overall well-being.
“Swedana” refers to the process of inducing sweating for therapeutic purposes. There are two common types of Swedana: “Bashpa Swedana” (steam box treatment) and “Nadi Swedana” (local steam therapy).
- Bashpa Swedana (Steam Box Treatment):This type of Swedana involves enclosing the patient in a steam box, where herbal steam is introduced to induce sweating. The patient sits inside the box, with only the head outside, while steam infused with medicinal herbs is directed into the box. The warmth and steam cause the body to sweat, helping to eliminate toxins, improve circulation, relax muscles, and relieve stiffness. This type of Swedana is often used as a preparatory procedure before other Ayurvedic therapies like Panchakarma, to help loosen and eliminate toxins from the body.
- Nadi Swedana (Local Steam Therapy):
Nadi Swedana is a more targeted form of steam therapy, focusing on specific areas of the body. It involves directing steam over specific body parts, usually joints or areas with localized pain. This type of Swedana is particularly beneficial for relieving stiffness, reducing swelling, and alleviating pain associated with conditions like arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders. The localized application of steam helps to dilate blood vessels, improve circulation, and relax muscles in the targeted area
Udvartanam is a therapeutic massage using herbal powders. It helps in reducing excess body fat, improving skin texture, and boosting metabolism.
This treatment involves fomentation with heated sand bags. It is utilized to address localized pain, improve joint mobility, and alleviate muscle stiffness.
Isthika swedanum is a traditional method which involves fomentation using bricks. In this process, a brick is heated until it turns red hot. Then, a container of rice kanji (fermented rice gruel) is placed over it. The patient sits on a stool, keeping a safe distance from the hot brick. Steam is produced when we pour the rice kanji onto the hot brick, and the patient benefits from this steam-based fomentation. This technique is particularly beneficial for addressing heel pain and is commonly used in Ayurvedic treatments for Vatakantaka (calcaneal spur)
Like Podikizhi, Ilakizhi uses boluses filled with herbal leaves to massage the body. It is effective in treating joint issues, muscular pain, and improving circulation.
In this treatment, boluses filled with cooked Navara rice are used for a massage. It is known to enhance muscle strength, alleviate pain, and rejuvenate the body.
Pizhichil combines oil massage with the application of warm herbal oils in a rhythmic manner. It’s beneficial for joint issues, muscle pain, and improving skin texture.
A traditional Ayurvedic treatment originating from Kerala, India. It involves the application of a paste made from various medicinal herbs and plants onto the scalp.
Vestanum is medicated Bandages.
A dhoti cloth is smeared in medicated hot oil and applied to the affected painful area to alleviate pain followed by bandaging it with warm castor leaves for 45 mins.
It can be done with medicated fresh paste depending upon the condition.
Pichu involves applying medicated oils or herbal pastes on specific body parts and covering them with a cloth. It is used to alleviate pain, inflammation, and promote healing.
Lepas refer to medicated pastes that are applied externally to address various concerns.
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Dhara involves a continuous stream of herbal oil, decoctions, or liquids poured over the body or specific areas.
- Shirodhara (Head Dhara):
Shirodhara involves a continuous and gentle stream of herbal oil, decoctions, or liquids poured onto the forehead (third eye area) in a rhythmic motion.
It is known for its relaxing and stress-relieving effects, often used to calm the mind, promote sound sleep, and alleviate mental stress and anxiety.
- Ksheerdhara (Milk Dhara):
Ksheerdhara involves the continuous pouring of warm medicated milk over the body or specific areas.
It is used to moisturize and nourish the skin, making it a great option for conditions like dry skin, psoriasis, and eczema.
- Takradhara (Buttermilk Dhara):
Takradhara involves a continuous flow of medicated buttermilk over the body or specific regions.
It is commonly used to treat conditions related to excess heat, such as skin inflammations, acne, and sunburn.
- Ekangadhara (Single Area Dhara):
In Ekangadhara, a continuous stream of herbal oil or liquid is poured over a specific body part that requires focused attention, such as a joint or an injured area.
It can be beneficial for conditions like arthritis, sports injuries, and localized muscle pain.
This treatment involves pouring herbal oils on the forehead to induce relaxation, relieve stress, and enhance mental clarity.
- Sarvangdhara(Full Body Dhara):
Sarvangdhara involves a continuous flow of herbal oil, milk, or liquid over the entire body in a synchronized manner.
This comprehensive treatment provides deep relaxation, nourishment, and rejuvenation to the entire body.
Purvakarmas are preparatory procedures in the Ayurvedic Panchakarma therapy, which is a comprehensive detoxification and rejuvenation program. These preparatory steps help the body and mind to become receptive to the main Panchakarma procedures. They include:
- Snehana (Oleation):
This involves internal and external oil application to soften and mobilize toxins, allowing them to move towards the digestive tract.
- Swedana (Sudation):
Swedana includes different forms of heat therapy, such as steam baths or herbal fomentation, which open the body’s channels and help toxins move out.
In Ayurveda, ‘Pradhana Karma‘ is the core of treatment, following the preparatory stage. It purifies the body, eliminating toxins for holistic health.
- Vamana (Emesis Therapy):
This involves controlled vomiting to expel excess Kapha dosha from the body, useful in conditions like asthma, allergies, and skin disorders.
- Virechana (Purgation Therapy):
Virechana aims to eliminate excess Pitta dosha through induced bowel movements, benefiting conditions like digestive disorders, liver issues, and skin problems.
- Nasyam (Nasal Administration):
Nasya involves instilling herbal oils or powders into the nostrils to balance Kapha and Vata doshas. It’s beneficial for respiratory issues, headaches, and neurological disorders.
- Rakta Mokshana (Bloodletting):
This procedure involves controlled removal of a small amount of blood to eliminate toxins associated with blood disorders.
Paschat Karmas are the post-therapeutic measures taken after Panchakarma treatments to help the body regain balance and strength.
- They involve dietary and lifestyle adjustments to ensure a smooth recovery and maintain the effects of Panchakarma.
- Paschat Karmas also include rejuvenating therapies and herbs to rebuild the body’s tissues and strengthen the immune system.
Jalouka (leech) therapy is a traditional practice in Ayurveda, an ancient Indian system of medicine. It involves the application of medicinal leeches to the body as a means of treating various health conditions. This therapy, known as "Jaloukavacharan," is believed to promote blood circulation, remove toxins, and balance the body's doshas (energetic forces). Jaloukavacharan, or leech therapy, is performed by placing leeches on specific points of the body. These leeches suck blood from the targeted area, releasing their saliva, which contains bioactive compounds with potential therapeutic effects. The saliva contains enzymes that act as anticoagulants, vasodilators, and anti-inflammatory agents...
Agnikarma is a therapeutic technique in Ayurveda that involves cauterization or heat application to specific points on the body using different materials. Agnikarma is an ancient therapeutic technique in Ayurveda that involves the application of heat to specific points on the body using various types of shalakas (probes). These probes are designed to conduct heat and stimulate the body's energy pathways, aiming to alleviate pain, inflammation, and various ailments. There are different types of shalakas used in Agnikarma, each with its own specific characteristics and applications...
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