Takradhara is defined as a sudation therapy with medicated buttermilk. The therapy can be done the same as Shirodhara (pouring the decoction over the head) or the dhara over the entire body.
Procedure –The procedures start with a person should lie down in a supine position on the droni and a small pillow should be placed under the neck. The Dhara vessel ought to be kept on top of the forehead in such the way a nonstop stream of buttermilk poured on the patient’s forehead. The tip of dharavarti should be 6-7 cms above the forehead of the patient and the total length of varti should be three times 18-21 cm. The takra is to be recollected and poured again into the vessel. The therapist has to swing a vessel continuously and slowly across the patient’s head so that the takra will fall into the patient’s entire forehead without interruption. Simultaneously the head is lightly massaged for better effect. Dhara should not pour from a distance less than prescribed height it may aggravate the disease. In short, all the procedures are the same as Shirodhara, but takra should not be heated or reused. Buttermilk used in dhara should be taken freshly prepared and use only once.
- The procedure relaxes and revitalizes the central nervous system
- It improves the blood supply and provides nutrition to the brain
- It is the best therapy that maintains the blood pressure
- Increases digestive fire
- Cure anemia and improves skin disorders
- Combating insomnia and reduces anxiety, depression, stress, etc.
- Maintains overall health
Facilities for IPD Patients –
- Consultation with MD Ayurvedic Physician & Panchakarma procedures are done under his guidance
- Well-Hygienic Accommodation
- Daily Routine Examination
- Daily two sittings of Panchakarma Therapies
- Everyday all three Ayurvedic Meals are provided