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Netra Tarpan ( Eye Rejuvenation) INR   0 INR  0
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Netra Tarpan ( Eye Rejuvenation)

The phrase Akshitarpana ( also called Netrabasti) is from Sanskrit where Akshi refers to eyes(Netra=eyes) and tarpana stands for nourishment (basti= retaining something inside). This procedure is popularly called as kriyakalpa for eye diseases in Ayurveda. Kriyakalpa literally means treatment. Akshitarpana is an eye care treatment and rejuvenation program in Ayurveda. This is ideally prescribed after a course of a body detox program preferably, Virechana (therapeutic purgation) and a course of Nasyam (nasal instillation of medicated drops).

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Basti (Enema Therapy)

If you are familiar with Ayurveda you may have heard of the term Basti. Basti’s literal translation is “bladder”, however, the Basti therapy referred to in Ayurveda is often talking about the application of the herbal enema. As a direct pathway into the colon, the Ayurvedic enema is very powerful for treating a number of issues and ailments, as well as cleansing toxins (ama) from the intestines. Since the colon is the home of Vata dosha, more often than not, Basti is used to treat Vata disorders including constipation, dryness, depletion, insomnia, nervous system disorders, arthritis, osteoporosis, and the like. Although it is considered the main treatment for Vata, different herbs and substances can be utilized to target other doshas and imbalances as well.

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