Shirodhara is  the procedure in which medicated oil, milk, buttermilk, or decoction is poured in a continuous stream on the forehead in a specific manner.


Nasya is a treatment method belonging to the Panchakarma or Pradhanakarma therapies in Ayurveda, an ancient medicinal system in India.

Janu Basti

Janu Basti is used in the treatment of knee joint conditions. It helps to reduce pain and stiffness in knee joints.


Kshar Sutra. The Kshar Sutra was a standard medicated thread smeared with Kshar of Apamarga Achyranthus aspera, Shnuhi Eforbia Nerrifolia which has quality of cutting and Haridra(Curcuma Longa) which is used as a antiseptic.

Tub Therapy

It’s been a long, hard day and soaking in a hot tub may be just the therapy you need to unwind and escape. Aside from helping you relax, it turns out that spending time in a hot tub may provide other benefits, too.   

Patra Potali Swedana

Patra Potli Swedana is a type of ayurveda herbal steam treatment in which some special types of medicinal leaves are used for fomenting the body.

Panchkarma Poorvakarma

Purvakarma is derived from the words Purva (Foremost) and Karma (Action). It is the first set of actions that are taken ahead of a Panchakarma therapy, and lasts for three to seven days. At this stage the body is prepared for treatment by loosening toxins and excess doshas.


Greeva Basti

Greeva Basti includes pouring of specially prepared warm herbal oil over the neck.

Diet Consultation

A diet consultation helps a lot in early recovery from diseases, increase immunity, repair cells or even regenerate new cells. Thus, a consultation from a qualified Dietitian is important as the right food prescribed according to the specific condition will help a patient recover from the health condition faster.


Amam, or undigested toxins, are the main reason for sicknesses. In Pachana (digestion phase), the first stage of Purvakarma, herbal mixtures are administered to the patient. They help the body digest and expel amam, thereby providing the patient immediate relief from illnesses.


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Swedana is a herbal steam bath for the whole body performed in a specially designed seating chamber.


Snehana, or Oleation Therapy, is one of the most important therapies that prepares the body to receive specialized Panchakarma treatment


Udvartana is one of the Panchakarma therapies which differ from Abhyanga in its direction of application and pressure during the procedure.


All About Vamana Karma Ayurvedic Treatment · Vamana treatment aims to expel the enlarged Kapha Dosha from the body. 


Virechana Chikitsa, or Purgation therapy, is the elimination of toxins from the body using herbal laxatives.


Raktamokshana therapy is the blood cleansing and purification therapy. It is a therapeutic cleaning process given by Ayurveda.

Matra Basti

Matra Basti is subtype of Anuvasana Basti. It is administered in very small amount and hence is very convenient in present day life.Matra-Basti contains individually prescribed oils to target specific situations, while at the same time it nourishes the physiology.

Asthapana Basti


The type of basti where decoction is the major part is called as asthapana basti or niruha basti and the basti in, which major part is oil or other sneha (oleaginous substance) is called as anuvasana.

Anuvasana Basti

Anuvasana Basti is the treatment of choice in Vatavyadhi. Ksheerabala Taila is one of the most popular oil preparations in Ayurveda and recognized as a very effective remedy for neurological disorders such as facial paralysis, sciatica, hemiplegia, paraplegia, poliomyelitis and other such conditions.

Samsaryana Karma

Samshodhana and Samshamana are the two types of treatment advised for the patient with vitiated Dosha, Dhatu, Agni or Mala, out of which Samshodhana is advisable to treat a patient for permanent cure. But after the Samshodhana Karma, Agni get disturbed and patient is likely to be weakened; therefore regular normal diet is not advisable.

Shamanadi Chikitsha Special

Shamana Chikitsa refers to all the Ayurveda procedures and protocols that reduce, suppress, and eliminate disease symptoms. This form of palliative care pacifies the body by balancing the three rogas – vata, pitta, and kapha. These treatments are much simpler and less severe than shodhana chikitsa.


Paschat karma is further divided into two procedures, namely samsarjan karma and rasayana. Samsarjan Karma: After the pradhan karma treatments are done the patient loses some weight and the digestive power becomes feeble. In such cases he is advised to follow samsarjan karma, which involves embracing a special diet and life style for about two weeks

Shiro Pichu


It is an effective Ayurvedic treatment advised for prevention and getting rid of many psychosomatic illnesses.This procedure is done by placing the cotton pad soaked in medicated oil on the vertex for certain period. As this process does not involve massage, it can be confidently performed in painful conditions or ulcerations of the scalp also.

Kati Basti

Kati Basti (Vasti) is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment used for lower backache and disorders of lumbosacral region, including slip disc, lumbar spondylosis, sciatica, spinal problems etc. Kati Vasti is a part of external oleation (Snehana) therapy in Ayurveda.

Rasayan Chikitasa

Rasayana, the first chapter of the Chikitsa Sthana deals with one of the most important specialties of Ashtanga  eight branches  Ayurveda, namely, Rasayana Tantra. Rasayana means rejuvenation and anti-ageing therapies in Ayurveda. It also includes all measures for geriatric healthcare and immunity enhancement. Rasayana essentially denotes medicinal nutrition, rejuvenation, longevity, immune-enhancing and geriatric health care.

Leech Therapy

Medicinal leeches have three jaws with tiny rows of teeth. They pierce a person’s skin with their teeth and insert anticoagulants through their saliva. The leeches are then allowed to extract blood, for 20 to 45 minutes at a time, from the person undergoing treatment.  


Agni Karma

According to Ayurveda, Agnikarm is a superior para surgical procedure. This procedure aims at management of various afflictions by inflicting burns on the tissue surface directly by using different materials known as ‘Dahanopakaranas’ tools of cauterization.


Alabu (Cupping)

Modern day Hijama or Cupping have their roots like every other medical science in Ayurveda. In the old days before cups came into vogue, Animal Horn(Shringa) or Pitcher Gourd(Alabu) were used in blood letting. Cupping is a very effective but under-utilized healing technique.  


Shashtika Shali Pinda Sweda

Shastika Shali Pinda Sweda pronounced Shaash-tee-kaa Shaa-lee Pin-ḍa Sway-da is a unique Ayurveda therapy using a special variety of Indian rice in a bolus, dipped in a nourishing herbal milk decoction and massaged onto the body.



Parisheka is the assortment of Svedana Chikitsa in Panchakarma. In Parisheka Sveda, medicated liquid is to be poured over the desired part or whole body. Parisheka Svedana with Taila provides benefits of both Snehana and Svedana together. In Ayurvedic classics Katigraha is consider as Vata Vyadhi.

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