Pizhichil is a beautiful combination of two classical ayurvedic treatments, ie snehana (oleation) and swedana (sudation). It is a special form of treatment in which warm medicated oil is squeezed over the patient’s body from a specific height using a piece of cloth which is periodically dipped in oil, done in a synchronised pattern along with a gentle massage.


  • Improves and sustain overall physical and mental health, thereby helping to lead a healthy long life
  • The massage and warmth of oil improves the overall blood circulation in the body
  • Increases the immunity to resist the ailments
  • Helps in blood purification
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • It helps to release the tension in the muscles and helps to calm down disturbed and stressed out mind
  • Improves muscle development and also helps to strengthen weak muscles
  • Pizhichil not only rejuvenates and detoxifies the body but also refreshes the patients mind
  • Relieves muscle spasm
  • Enhances the complexion and texture of skin. It helps the skin from agening and keeps the skin young and fresh

Disease conditions

Pizhichil is advise mainly to treat disease conditions such as rheumatic diseases, pakshaghata, curing sexual  weakness, neurological disorders, insomnia & depression.

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