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Dhara is a process by which the herbal oils, medicated milk, buttermilk and so on are pured on to the forehead for about 45 minutes a day. This treatment is being done for Vatha predominant diseases, mental disorders, Neurasthenia, memory loss and certain skin diseases like psoriasis.












Thakra Dhara :
Here buttermilk treated with medication by massage principal is paid uninterrupted flow inside of a ship hanging on the forehead and scalp. It's very good at dealing with problems like scalp dandruff, psoriasis, the hyper tention, diabetes, hair loss and other skin complaints. This gives the very cool head and produces sleep.

Shiro Dhara :
Here after giving a good massage main oil herbs is paid uninterrupted flow inside of a ship hanging on the forehead and scalp. It's very good at relieving the effort and coercion and produces sleep. Maintain hormone balance.

Dhanyamla Dhara :
It includes puring of medicinal liquid over different parts of the body. This therapy continues for 45 to 60 minutes per day and lasts for 7 to 12 days. The liquid medicine hot Luc is left falling over the body on a rhythmic mode of a ship hooked. It is used for a range of conditions like spinal disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, asthma, neurological disorders, the spondylosis, etc.

Sarvanga Dhara (Pizhichil) :
This is a therapeutic process in which lukewarm medicated oil is poured all over the body in a uniform rhythmic way continuously in specific direction along with simultaneous gentle massages for 60 to 90 minutes daily for 07 to 21 days. This treatment is effective for rheumatic diseases like arthritis, paralysis, weakness of muscular and nervous systems and sexual weakness

Ekanga Dhara :
This is a therapeutic process in which lukewarm medicated oil is poured on particular part of a body in a uniform rhythmic way continuously in specific direction along with simultaneous gentle massages for 45 to 60 minutes daily for 7 days.

Ksheera Dhara :
This treatment will be done with Milk. To do this, cow’s milk or buffalo’s milk is used. Decoctions of various herbs are added to the milk. If Ksheeradhara is done for the head alone, it is called Shirodhara and if it is for the whole body except the head, it is known as Sarvangadhara. Ksheera dhara is one of the important special treatments available in our hospital.

 
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