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Must-Try Ayurveda Treatments in Sri Lanka

Ayurvedic traditions are thousands of years old and it is the oldest healing practice in the world. Ayurvedic medicine is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. It is still a very popular form of medicine, and there are many ayurveda retreats in Sri Lanka.

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Shirodhara

Shirodhara is an amazing, unique body therapy from the ancient natural medical system Ayurveda which has a deep impact on the nervous system. Shirodhara can help relieve symptoms of anxiety, stress, fatigue and hypertension while minimizing tension, worry, fear and headache as well as depression and also gives feelings of pleasure and relaxation.

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Powder Massage

use of powder made of herbs is used for this massage. The main benefit of this massage is the removal of toxins from the body. Powder massages also improves the condition of the body by cleansing skin and increasing blood circulation. It breaks down subcutaneous fat storage, promoting weight loss.

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Head Oil massage

The application of medicated oils on the head and body is one of the daily practices mentioned in Ayurveda. During Ayurveda Head Oil Application, Different types of oils selected depending on the patient’s condition, are applied and massaged with hands. It improves the blood circulation, prevents and cures headache and migraine, cures hair loss and premature graying, promotes eye sight and clears the complexion of the face. It helps the individual to sleep and is good for stress and mental diseases.

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Ayurveda Nasal Treatment

Ayurveda Nasal Treatment is a very effective Ayurveda remedy and it ensures relaxation for head related problems .Medicated oils, herbal juices, powders etc. are administered through the nose tract. This treatment is very effective for chronic sinusitis, chronic headache, migraine, facial paralysis, nasal congestion, cataract and all diseases of eye, nose, ear, mouth and head.

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Herbal Baths

Ayurveda regards bathing as a therapeutic activity. A leisurely herbal bath adds a healing and relaxation to your day. Herbal leaves and roots are boiled for the herbal bath and the water is poured on the patient. Different types of herbal water are used according to the ailment and the condition of the patient. It is done to ease certain skin disorders, remove toxins and relieve pain. It refreshes and invigorates the human body