PURPOSE OF BODY MASSAGING | Dr Franklin's Ayurveda Center

PURPOSE OF BODY MASSAGING The purpose of massage is to relieve pain, rehabilitate, augment and maintain physical function of the body by applying pressure and movement to the soft tissue of body, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Physical Benefits of massaging: • Relaxes the whole body • Calms the nervous system • Lowers blood pressure • Stretches connective tissue • Reduces chronic pain • Improves the skin tone • Increases red blood cell...

Natural remedy for sinus infection | Drfranklin's ayurveda center

Sinus infection is a circumstance wherein the cavities across the nasal passages turn out to be inflamed. It  can arise due to wake of a chilly or hypersensitive reactions.Medicinal drugs may be in need when symptoms of sinusitis are excessive or do  not improve.Here are some home made  remedies for limiting a sinus infection. Garlic Garlic for bacterial infection.Put water in a pot and boil it for few minutes after it starts boiling,then add crushed garlic cloves into it. ...

Benefits of Oil Pulling | Drfranklins ayurveda centre

Oil pulling is an ancient ayurveda remedy for oral health and detoxification.Oil pulling entails swishing oil across the mouth,as a mouthwash. It's been used for thousands of years as an Indian folk remedy.It involves the use of pure oil as agents for pulling harmful bacteria, fugus, and organisms out of the mouth, teeth, gums  & even throat.The main purpose of this treatment is to get rid of the oil-soluble toxins in  body.               &...

Role of healing oils in ayurveda | Drfranklins ayurveda center

Oil is traditionally utilized in ayurveda healing  in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Ayurvedic oil is calming, soothing, moistening and lubricating. Moreover, the phrase for oil in sanskrit—Sneha—is a word for love, and consequently holds a unique area within the ayurvedic culture as nourisher and provider of love. Ayurvedic oil transmits those characteristics d...

HOW TO MEDITATE , a step by step guide

Meditation  describes a state of consciousness, when the mind is free of scattered thoughts and different patterns .Meditation can  be performed by any age group people, it just needs a calm and serene environment  to perform. Below  is a step by step  guide  for  performing  meditation.            1. Sit comfortably with your backbone erect, either  in a chair or  cross legged on a cushion. 2. Close your ey...

Thridoshas - divisions and functions | Dr Franklins ayurveda center

 Panchamahabhoothas combine to form tridoshas which are the biological components of the body, named as Vatha, Pitha and Kapha. Akasha and Vayu combine to form the principle of movement in the body- vatha  dosha. It may have all the features of akasha and vayu.Tejas forms the principle of transformation and metabolism in the body - pitha dosha.  All the features of tejas are found in pitha dosha. Jala and Prithvi together form the principle of structural stability in the body -...

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