BENEFITS OF NASYA

Dr. Omprakash Yadav

By Dr.Omprakash Yadav Contact:-shivshivaayurveda@gmail.com Ph no:-+918080747455 /+9196996666426

Introduction OF NASYA

Administration of traditional ayurved medicines through the nose in the form of drops or powders.
which stimulates the nerve ending of nasal cavities resulting in better blood circulation in the sinuses.

AYURVEDA DETAILS OF NASYA

Nasya

BENIFIT OF NASYA

1.Siro, danta, manya stambha (Stiffness in the head, teeth and neck region)
2.Gala graha (chocking sensation in throat)
3.Hanugraha (Lock jaw)
4.Pinasa (chronic rhinitis/ sinusitis)
5.Galasundika (Uvulitis)
6.Galasaluka (Adenoids)
7.Netragata sukraroga (Disorders of cornea)
8.Timira (Incipient cataract)
9.Vartma roga (diseases of eye lids)
10.Anidra (Sleeplessness)
11.Galaganda (goiter)
12.Vyanga (Brown colour patches)
13.Upajihvika (ranula)
14.Ardhavabhedaka (Hemicrania/ migraine)
15.Griva & skandha roga (Disorder of neck & shoulder)
16.Amsa sula (Shoulder/ scpular pain)
17.Mukha roga (Diseases of mouth)
18.Karnasula (Earache)
19.Sirahsula (headache)
20.Nasa sula (pain in nose)
21.Aksi sula (pain in eyes)
22.Danta sula (pain in teeth)
23.Ardita (Facial palsy)
24.Apatantraka (hysteric convulsions)
25.Apatanaka (Convulsive disorders)
26.Danta harsa (Odonitis due to exposed nerve endings)
27.Dantacala (Loose teeth)
28.Suryavarta (frontal headache)
29.Raji-netraroga (Streaks in eye)
30.Arbuda (Tumor/ Mass)
31.Avabahuka (Brachial neuralgia)
32.Svara bheda (Hoarseness of voice)
33.Vakgraha (Difficulty in speech)
34.Gadgadatva (stammering)
35.Paksaghata (Paralysis/ hemiplegia/ paresis etc.)
36.Murccha (Episodes of loss of consciousness)
37.Kesadosa, khalitya, palitya (Hair fall, alopecia, premature graying of hair, baldness etc.)
38.Apasmara (Epilepsy)
39.Unmada (Psychosis)

Contraindications

1.Bhuktabhakta (After taking food)
2.Sneha, madya, toya pita (After consuming unctuous items, alcohol, water etc.)
3.Snata sira or snatu kama (Person, who performed head bath or who wish to do bath/ head bath)
4.Kshudha, trsna (Person, who is hungry, thirst)
5.Durdina (cloudy weather)
6.Navajvara (Early/ acute stages of fever)
7.Sokabhitapta (Exertion due to grief)
8.Virikta (Person undergone therapeutic purgation)
9.Anuvasita (oily enema)
10.Ajirna (Indigestion)
11.Sutika (Women in Puerperial period)
12.Murcchita (State of unconciousness)
13.Sastra hata (Injured by the weapons)
14.Nava Pratisya (Acute rhinitis)
15.Garbhini (Pregnant)

While performing nasya karma, patient should not do the following
1.Sira prakampanna (Shaking/ moving of head)
2.Getting angry
3.Talking
4.Sneezing
5.Laughing

Warning:The information here is only for the purpose of knowledge.

consult your Ayurveda Physician or consult at Shiv Shiva Ayurved.

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