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Nasya Karma

Nasya Karma. Nasya means nose and karma, "action" so the administration of the herbal preparations through the nose is known as Nasya Karma.  Though Nasya is one of the procedures in Panchakarma to eliminate Doshas from the head and neck region, it is also an independent complete treatment for many ailments.

 

The nose is the gateway for the head, the medicine that is put into it moves up the channels up to the 'smgata ka' ( a vital spot at the base of the brain) spreads to the whole of the (interior of) head, the channels of the eyes, ears, throat and cures diseases affecting the parts above the shoulders quickly, removing the accumulation for Doshas localised in the head. 

Nasya therapy benefits all the three Doshas but especially it is effective for Vata and Kapha ailments.  The life force 'prana' entersteh body through the nose.  Prana controls the vital cerebral, sensory and motor functions of the body.  Nasal treatment gives immediate relief to most disorders relating to those functions. 

Some Benefits of Nasya Karma:

 

  • Prevention of eye disease and improvement in eyesight

  • Prevention of ear disease and improved hearing

  • Prevention of nasal disease and improved smell

  • Improved hair growth

  • Prevention of Bell's Palsy, headache, migraine, sinusitis, hemiplegia

  • Strengthens scalp

  • Improved voice and senses

  • Prevents head and neck diseases

  • Delays ageing

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After Treatment Care

Leave some time after your treatment to rest

  • Follow therapist home recommendations

  • Eat a light meal after your treatment

  • Drink plenty of warm water or herbal tea

  • Try to avoid stimulants that may not support the desired effect of your treatment

 

Nasya Karma

1st session & consult

$110 Duration 75 mins

Nasya Karma

Follow Up Session

$85 Duration 45 mins

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