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Bidalaka is an ayurvedic treatment used in eye disorders. In this treatment medicinal herbal paste is applied to the eye lids, leaving the eye lashes, for a specified period.

conjunctivitis, watery eyes, computer vision syndrome, eye strain, cataracts, glaucoma, night blindness, eyelid drooping, corneal ulcers and inflammatory lesions of the eye.


The ultimate treatment for healing and cleansing. Nasya is an ancient Ayurvedic nasal treatment that combines a head, neck and shoulder massage with organic aromatherapy products and the application of warmed herbal oil to the nasal cavity.

In Ayurvedic tradition, the nose is considered the ‘door to your brain’ and consciousness. It makes sense then that Nasya treatment has been used to treat a variety of ” Urdhvajatrugat Vyadhi”(Diseases above Collor bone)

It’s due to the positive health benefits of Nasya that it is included as a fundamental part of ‘Panchakarma’ or Ayurvedic detox.

This treatment of massage helps promote the elimination of toxins while enhancing healing. Other benefits include:

  • Improved mental clarity
  • Clear sinuses and ears
  • Better sleep patterns
  • Reduction in mucous production

This treatment must be combined with Abhyanga Treatment for good results.


Padabhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic therapy, involving the technique of the applying warm herb-infused oil over the feet, followed by a gentle massage. It is said to be part of the daily Ayurvedic regimen, called Dinacharya, for maintaining good health. Foot care and foot health greatly contributes to the overall wellbeing of the body. The feet have certain pressure points, or Marmas, that when stimulated help to heal and revitalize various body parts. Padabhyanga is one of the most relaxing and stress relieving procedures and has a variety of beneficial effects on the mind and body. Various oils are used according to different body constitutions and disease conditions.


Shiru Pichu is an Ayurvedic treatment procedure which comprises of two terms, Shiro meaning head,Pichu meaning a swab or sterile cotton pad or a sterile cloth dipped inmedicated oils. The Ayurvedic treatment of Shiro Pichu falls under the categoryof Murdhni Taila. It is an effective Ayurvedic treatment advised for preventionand getting rid of many psychosomatic illnesses.

The Shiro Pichu Treatment involves keeping a gauze piece or cotton soaked in warm medicated,herbal oil over the affected area. The gauze will be most usually kept over the head or on forehead over the anterior fontanelle. The medicated oil for the Ayurvedic therapy will be prescribed according to the prakriti of the client or the ailment. Make sure to discuss your health issues in detail with your Ayurvedic doctor to ensure suitable treatment and immediate recovery. The treatment may last for 45 minutes to 1 hour. It might also be followed with a relaxing head and neck massage depending on the health condition.