OJAS by Dr Shaista Khan

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Panch karma


The most eminent branch of Ayurveda is Panchakarma. The name Panchakarma literally means “Five Actions” which is well suited given the fact that this technique relies upon five distinctive basic activities that control the body. In other words, Panchakarma healing technique is a pillar on which majority of Ayurveda techniques stand.

Panchakarma works best with the utilization of medicated oils that helps in eliminating the impurities from the human body. Panchakarma is the true manifestation of the Ayurvedic values and it lives up to its reputation.


Abhyangam is a massage that’s done with warm oil. The oil is applied on the entire body, from the scalp to the soles of your feet. It’s the most popular massage in Ayurveda, a traditional system of medicine from India. Ayurveda focuses on maintaining health through natural practices like massage and what you eat. The oil is the central component of this practice. When combined with massage strokes, it’s thought to promote overall health and wellness.


Shirodhara reduces fatigue and initiates a soothing effect on our brain cells. It is a purifying and rejuvenating therapy designed to eliminate toxins and mental exhaustion as well as relieve stress and any ill effects on the central nervous system.


Mukha lepam is a very famous ayurvedic facial therapy which can be characterized as a pure ayurvedic skincare treatment. This herbal and natural pack contains various sorts of herbs, therapeutic plants, juices of plants, oils, ghee, decoction, etc. are utilized that are free from side effects.


Nasyam is a very powerful rejuvenative Panchakarma therapy that involves administering of medicated herbal oils through the nose. It’s a method of Kalarichikitsa for treating illnesses related to the head region and impacts are wide-ranging.

Netra Tarpana

Netra Tarpana is a special Ayurvedic treatment for the eyes. It relieves tiredness and also improves eyesight. It is highly recommended for people who regularly work at computers, operate machinery, drive for long periods or anyone who is currently suffering from tired, aching and sore eyes.

Navara Kizhi

Navara Kizhi is known as Shashtika Shali Pinda Sweda in Sanskrit where Shashtika means 60, Shali means rice, Pinda means poultice, and Sweda means sweat. It is a type of massage that induces sweat and provides strength to the muscles while rejuvenating and re-energizing your body.


Podikizhi is a very relaxing therapy done with herbal powder to treat the problems of arthritis, neurological disorders and paralysis. The mixture is made form 12 different rejuvenating herbs which are fried together with rock salt, crated coconut and lemon juice. It is tied in cloth boluses and heated.


Pizhichil (literally meaning squeezing) is a unique Ayurvedic therapy from Kerala. In this treatment, a special linen cloth is dipped into warm Kuzhambu, or a medicated oil mixture, and squeezed over the disease-affected areas of the patient.


Pichu therapy in Ayurveda is a palliative measure. It is recommended for the remediation of cranial nerve disorders caused by Vata imbalances. Based on the patient’s requirements and ailments, it can also be used for neck, spine, hip, chest, knee, and shoulder.

Kati Basti (Vasti)

Kati Basti (Vasti) is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment used for lower backache and disorders of lumbosacral region, including slip disc, lumbar spondylosis, sciatica, spinal problems etc. Kati Vasti is a part of external