4 Ayurvedic Ways to Nourish the Scalp

4 Ayurvedic Ways to Nourish the Scalp

Scalp disorders are one of the most problematic issues that affect over 75 million people, including men, women and children. Here are a few Ayurvedic methods that will nourish your scalp.

Shiroabhyangam

This is a warm oil scalp massage primarily done with sesame oil, coconut oil, bhringraj, teak wood extract and jatamansi. The routine Shiroabhyanga practice is good for keeping the dry scalp problems at bay and in enhancing the lustrous nature of hair. Other than this, it also helps in improving the blood circulation in head thus, reducing the problems of anxiety & stress and strengthening the nervous system.

Nasyam

This is a cleansing therapy wherein the Ayurvedic medication is done through the nostrils. The therapy involves pouring in oils infused with herbs through one nostril, massaging the nose a little from outside and letting it flow out from the other. The lubrication and gentle massage of the nostrils help in relieving stress and in toning down tensions. The procedure holds in the balancing formula for all the aggravated doshas and is thus effective in getting rid of scalp and hair problems.

Shirodhara

Shirodhara is a gentle yet continuous stream of warm, medicated oil that gets poured on the forehead for a stipulated period of time. The pressure of oil saturates the scalp and penetrates deep into the nervous system. This rejuvenates dry hair follicles and provides a sense of peace and calm to the nervous system.

Shirolepam

This is an advanced ayurvedic therapy wherein herbal paste as prescribed by Ayurvedic experts is applied on the head to bring balance to doshas. It is good for a complete nourishment of the human mind and body.

For personalized treatment and medicines, consult with a PoornaAyur doctor. Call 0422-4212142 (Dr.Sajitha, Coimbatore) 04259-229418 (Dr.Ranjith David, Pollachi) today or click on ‘FaceBook Messenger Chat’ under the Chat tab in PoornaAyur Website

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