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Abhyangam means the application of oil. It is a full-body therapy using warm medicated oil.
Abhyangam is practiced daily for an energetic and long life span. Its benefits include eliminating bodily impurities, reducing weight, softening and smoothening the skin, and reducing signs of aging. It is a remedy for various diseases.

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Takradhara is a traditional ayurvedic procedure wherein a stream of buttermilk is poured onto the affected body part. ‘Takra’ means buttermilk and ‘Dhara’ means pouring.
Takradhara is effective in managing Psoriasis, hypertension, lack of sleep/insomnia as well as migraine/headaches.

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Nasyam cleanses, purifies, and strengthens the nasal passages, allowing you to breathe easily again. It removes vitiated doshas through the nasal openings with the medicines.
Nasyam is a recommended remedy for nasal congestion, allergies, sinusitis, headaches, migraine, etc.

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Mukhalepanam can be considered an Ayurvedic Facial routine. The herbal paste/powder/cream that is to be used as a face mask will be customized for each patient
after a close assessment of the patient’s skin type and other skin conditions. The procedure for mukhalepanam starts with thoroughly preparing the face with steam.

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Kativasti & Traction

Kativasti is the retention of specially prepared warm medicated oil over the lower back or
other parts of the spinal area. Kativasti is known to alleviate all types of back pain and lower back problems such as Lumber Spondylosis, Chronic back pain

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Shirodhara can help relieve symptoms of anxiety, stress, fatigue, and hypertension. It relieves tension, fear, headaches, and even depression. It is generally used for making the mind and the nervous system calm and then alleviating stress and tension. The medicated oils can pacify the imbalances in the body. Along with promoting a calm mind.

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Shiro Abhyanga

This incredible hair and scalp therapy is performed with scented herbal oil to nourish the hair, relax the mind, and release tension. Shiro means head and abhyanga means massage. This therapy maintains peace and keeps many diseases away. It also nourishes nerve and body cells to provide immunity and flexibility to the body

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Full body therapy using kizhis(poultice with a mixture of 12 herbs) dipped in warm medicated
oil. It can be done with or without oil. This therapy is useful in relieving deep rooted tension in muscles, increasing blood circulation, loosening built-up toxins, and strengthening muscle tissue.

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Janu means knee and vasti means retention, so this procedure involves retaining and reservoir of medicated oil or ghee over the knee area for a specific period of time. The medicated oil is decided upon the prevailing condition and predominance of dosha in
the patient. A boundary is made at a specific thickness to retain the oil.

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