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Navadhanya Dhara

Navadhanya Dhara

Dhanyamla Dhara is a term that generally describes an Ayurvedic treatment procedure in which the fermented liquid obtained after fermenting cereals and other medicinal herbs is poured over the body of the patient is monitored streams for a fixed duration of time. It is a type of Parisheka Sweda (steaming or sweat-inducing treatment in which hot or warm liquids are poured or sprinkled or showered over the body in streams). Thus, Aranala Dhara or Dhanyamla Dhara is a type of Sarvanga Dhara (hot fomentation given by pouring hot or warm medicated liquids over the body in the form of shower or stream), to be precise a type of Parisheka Sweda resembling Kaya Seka in which liquid obtained after fermenting cereals and medicinal herbs is used for stream pouring.

Benefits

  • Relieves pain, stiffness and swelling associated with arthritis and other painful conditions, effective remedy for many musculoskeletal disorders
  • Provides strength to the tissues, mainly muscle tissue
  • Rejuvenates and energizes the body, relieves fatigue and exhaustion
  • Highly effective in combating neurological disorders and neuromuscular disorders (Vata associated with ama and or kapha)
  • Prevents wasting of muscles and degeneration of joints and soft tissues
  • Improves the movements of the joints and enhances flexibility of the body
  • Soothes the nerves and improves blood circulation, good for heart
  • Removes stress, relaxes mind
  • Improves blood circulation to skin and improves skin glow and complexion
  • Softens and exfoliates the dead skin cells, dirt and debris, tones and detoxifies the skin
  • Nitaraam doshaan controls and creates equilibrium in all the doshas
  • Sroto-vishodhanam helps in cleansing channels of the body
  • Destroys excessive sleepiness and bestows good sleep
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