According to Ayurveda, the nose is the door leading to the brain. There is another term – “Shirovirechana”, which as accurately as possible reflects the purpose of this procedure. In Sanskrit, “shir” means “head”, and “virechana” means “purification”. Thus, “Nasyam” or “Shirovirechana” is a procedure for cleansing the head. The nose and nasopharynx are the closest access points to the head. Nasyam cleans and rejuvenates brain cells, improves the supply of oxygen to the brain, improves memory, and ensures healthy hair growth. Also, Nasyam has an amazing anti-aging effect and smoothes facial wrinkles. Nasyam removes excess Kapha (mucus) from the nasopharynx, sinuses, larynx, ears, eyes. You have the opportunity to permanently get rid of chronic runny nose and nasal congestion, and most importantly, to avoid unpleasant surgical interventions in the nose! The Nasyam technique has been successfully used by Ayurvedic healers for several millennia.
The procedure consists in steam inhalation and the introduction (instillation) of a special mixture of medicinal oils in the nasal passages.
A special technique is also performed to massage the face, feet and hands.
The procedure lasts 45-60 minutes.
Immediately after the procedure, psychological and physical exertion should be avoided.
It is not recommended that you wash your hair for 3 hours after the procedure.
It is not advisable to sleep during the day after the procedure. It is advisable to drink only warm water and warm drinks during the day after the procedure.
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
- Vascular disease;
- Headaches of any origin, including migraine;
- Hearing loss, tinnitus;
- Loss of smell;
- Prevention and treatment of colds and flu.