Nasya is an ancient Ayurvedic nasal treatment that combines a head, neck and shoulder massage with organic aromatherapy products and the application of warmed herbal oil to the nasal cavity. In Ayurvedic tradition, the nose is considered the 'door to your brain' and consciousness
One can use any oil out of Mahanarayan oil, Chandanadi oil, Dhanvantara oil or Ksheerabala oil for this therapy. Ideally, 1.5 litre of warm oil is slowly poured inside the vessel placed on top of the head.
You will need to lie on your back and keep your head tilted back so that your nostrils are toward the sky. You can put a pillow or towel under your neck for support. Put 5-10 drops of warm, saturated oil in each nostril, drop by drop. The temperature of the oil should not exceed the body temperature, otherwise it may damage the mucous membrane or the nasal cavity.
The various herbal oils used in the preparation of for rent are – parmesan, anu, shadbindu, guraadi, marichiades and others. Some herbs commonly used in therapy include: Vidanga, Hing, Apomorag, Tulsi, Gourmand and Maricha.
After you apply drops of medicinal oil, cover with one hand your left nostril and inhale through the right. Now cover your right nostril and exhale through the left. After repeating this action for a while, you will need to stay back and relax for a while. The healing oils and powders used in this process stimulate important centers of your nervous and venous systems and thus reduce blockage in the canals of overcoming diseases.
Anyone can do Ayurvedic therapy. Especially if they suffer from sinusitis, migraines, ear or throat pain. This particular treatment is also effective in detoxifying the skin