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Leeche Therapy

Leech therapy (जलौकावचरण) is a multi-faceted therapeutic concept in Ayurveda. It comprises the biting stimulus, blood drawing and the injection of pharmacologically-active substances found in saliva of the leeches. Its therapeutic effects include anti-coagulation, blood and lymph flow stimulation and the reduction of both inflammation and pain. This therapy advised in chronic non healing wounds, ulcers, diabetic foot, joint pain, skin diseases, eye diseases, ear diseases,haemorrhoids,Hair problems etc.

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Netra Tarpan

Netra Tarpana is an effective Ayurvedic treatment for nourishing and rejuvenating eye health and relieving various eye-related conditions. where warm medicated ghee is made to hold in eye for a specific time. Netra Tarpan is beneficial for the relaxation of eyes and the treatment of various ailments related to eyes.

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Viddhakarma

Viddha Karma is one of the eight Shastrakarma as defined in Sushrut Samhita. Viddha Karma also known as "Vedhan chikitsa" is the treatment of puncturing or piercing certain points that reduces pain and also helps to reverse the mechanism of pathology in certain possible way. It is also known as Suchivedhana.

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Agnikarma

The most reliable Ayurveda treatment for healing all of these is Agnikarma. Agnikarma involves the application of heat on the affected area, at specific points for specific time with Shalaka Yantra. Agnikarma is most effective in Sore ankles, Sore knees,Sport injuries, Carpal tunnel syndrome,Achillestendon, Arthritis, Degenerative joint disorder, Frozen elbow, etc.

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Panchakarma

Panchakarma is on of the Shodhana chikitsa. A method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste. Panchakarma are fivein number, hence the term PANCHA (five) & KARMA (procedures). Those are Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Nasya, And Raktamokshana. Panchakarma treatment is unique in the sense that it includes preventive, curative and promotive actions for various diseases.

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Patra Pinda Swed

This is kiwifruit: originally called “yang tao”, “melonette” or Chinese gooseberry. Cultivated in its fuzzy variety from Chinese imports, the fruit proved popular with American military servicemen stationed in New Zealand during World War II, with commercial export to the United States starting after the end of the war. In California, the fruit was rebranded as “kiwifruit” due to its resemblance to New Zealand’s national bird. However, it is not a “kiwi”, which is also the demonym for native New Zealanders. Saying “I’m going to eat a kiwi” implies that you are either a cannibal or planning to dine on an endangered flightless bird.