02_Shirodhara

It is treatment process in which medicated liquids is poured over the forehead in a continuous, thin stream from a specific height. Different liquid mediums are used depending on the condition like medicated oils,herbal decoctions,medicated milk,buttermilk etc..

Benefits:

  • Deeply relaxes mind and body
  • Improve the sensitivity of five senses
  • Relieves stress, anxiety and depression
  • Reduces and relieves migraine headache
  • Decrease hair loss and fatigue and make one calm and refreshed
  • Increases spiritual awareness
  • Helps to improve mental focus and concentration
  • Down ageing processs
  • Activates higher mental functions

Shirodhara is effective in diseases of head & disorders affecting eyes,ears &nose; Rejuvenates & slows down ageing process; Activates the higher mental functions, gives great mental relaxation & increases spiritual awareness; Most effective in reducing stress; It has positive effects on Hypertension, Asthma & Insomnia.

It is also effective in treating disease conditions such as – Insomnia, Certain skin diseases, Migraine, Stress, Hypertension and Asthma. It is also widely used in treating diseases of head and disorders affecting eyes, ear and nose.

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