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Manya Basti

Also known as “Greeva Basti“, Manyabasti is a specific neck treatment to relieve stiffness, cervical compressions, and pain. In Sanskrit, “Greeva“ or “Manya“ means neck and “Basti“ means retaining medicated liquids.

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The most rewarding massage of Ayurveda, Abhyanga is a full body massage from the scalp to toes, majorly done with warm oils.

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Typically described in “Sushrut Samhita”, Vedic surgeon Sushruta explains innumerable advantages of Agnikarma over bones, joints and ligaments disorders.

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Basti is considered as one of the five treatments of Panchakarma, through which medicated oil or natural decoction is administered into the colon.

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Kati Basti

Kati meaning “lower back” and Basti meaning “to retain”, Kati Basti is a soothing lower back treatment in which herbal oils, mostly warm, are retained on the back to heal inflammation, pain, or stiffness.

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Nasya refers to an herbal oil treatment administered into the nasal cavity for preventing and curing disease. According to Ayurveda, the nose acts as a conduit between the lungs and brain, so it requires top priority.

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Pinda Sweda

This is a very specific sweat-inducing massage (Swedana), to treat insomnia, paralysis, chronic Vata diseases, and major joint pain.

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Raktamokshana is a blood cleansing therapy that effectively discharges infected blood toxins from the body, using the words “Rakta” meaning blood and “mokshana” meaning to leave.

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Being the combination of two words, “Shira” meaning head and “Dhara” meaning stream, Shirodhara includes gentle pouring of medicated liquids over the head for a certain duration.

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It is another type of Ayurvedic massage, specifically aimed to treat obesity, weight issues, and menstruation problems.

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Being the most important of the five treatments of Panchakarma, Vaman is a medicated emesis, i.e. therapeutic vomiting.

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Virechana is an ayurvedic treatment for detoxification from Pitta, derived from the Sanskrit word “purga,” referring to the purging of specific substances.

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