Abhyanga is great for calming and soothing the nervous system. It helps in stimulating the internal functions of the body while providing nourishment to different body tissues. An Ayurvedic massage is also useful for treating various illness and fatigue pertaining to skin, muscles, nerves and even hair.
“Shiro” means head, and “Dhara’ means the continuous flow of a liquid. In this process, warm herbal oils, milk or buttermilk or decoctions are poured in a slow steady steam on your forehead. This treatment is profoundly relaxing and nourishing. It will improve your mental clarity and comprehension.
Kizhi Ayurveda treatment is a type of massage performed using small satchels containing herbal powders, herbs, rice or sand. Depending upon the type of material used, kizhi is classified as, PodiKizhi that uses dry powdered herbs, ElaKizhithat uses raw herbs mainly leaves and roots, NavaraKizhi that uses special Navara Rice and ManalKizhi that uses sand particles.
Nasyam is the instillation of herbal medicines through the nostrils. Its impacts are very diverse. It removes mucous clogs, cleans and clears the head channels, and also stimulates the brain cells and central nervous system. It is one among the five Panchakarma treatments. It is commonly used to treat diseases like paralysis, Parkinson's disease, complex headache, acute sinusitis, diseases of the head, neck and nose, Bell's palsy,Arthritis, and cervical spondylosis