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vicharana sneha

VICHARANA SNEHA – How to Complete Snehana Procedure – Purvakarma for Panchakarma

VICHARANA SNEHA The world vicharana is formed by the Sanskrit words, ‘Vi’ meaning unique methods and charana meaning regular practice. Thus the different special methods of administration of fat substances that require regular practice to achieve the snehana effect are known as vicharana sneha. Vicharana …
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Pradhamana Nasya

Pradhamana Nasya

In this type of Nasya karma, dry powders (rather than oils) are blown into the nose with the help of a tube. Pradhamana Nasya is mainly used to treat Kapha types of diseases such as headaches, heaviness in the head, cold, nasal congestion, sticky eyes …
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Uro Pichu

Uro Pichu

Uras’ is the term that refers to the chest region. In this Uro Pichu procedure medicated oil is retained in the chest region for a particular period of time. The completely sealed wall boundary is made with the paste of black gram powder or wheat …
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Nadi Sveda

Nadi Sveda

Nadi sveda is a unique form of svedana procedure, where perspiration is induced by passing steam over the body parts by using a special instrument. This special instrument is known as nadi sveda yantra. Herbs added with water are boiled in this instrument to generate …
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gandusha

Gandusha

Procedure of holding oil or decoctions in the buccal cavity for certain period is known as gandusha. If plain or medicated oil is used In the procedure then it is referred as sneha gandusha. Quite similar to the other procedures, gandusha is indicated in both …
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Karnapuran

Karnapuran

The procedure of dropping the medicated oil into the ears is known as karnapurana. This is also a part of the sharirabhyanga. Or this procedure is individually performed in clients suffering from different diseases of the ear and head for local action. In healthy persons …
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Kavala

Procedure of holding oil or decoctions in the buccal cavity following by gargling for a certain period is known as kavala. If plain or medicated oil is used in the procedure then it is referred as sneha kavala. This therapy is somewhat similar to the …
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