Feedback like – I hit the reset button, and I feel every day. I am at ease, and being energized is just one of the most common feelings individuals have after receiving the Ayurvedic treatment. These experiences are real and applicable to others and us as we have experienced the benefits of Ayurvedic treatment for a long time together with our children and families.
Our kids were massaged since birth and had terrific results. Massages for babies improve your immune systems and assists in sleeping better, but also helps with their growth, resulting in an energetic and healthy baby—an excellent start in life.
This blog provides you with an opportunity to understand the various oils utilized for Ayurvedic treatments and why they are so heavily emphasized in their usage.
The therapeutic application of Ayurvedic oil-based remedies, particularly Black sesame oil, provides immense health benefits. Warm medicated oils through specific strokes in the massage add lustre to the skin, lubricate joints, muscles, and tissues, and increase their flexibility and strength. By stimulating tissues, like circulation and lymphatics, it’s claimed to stop the buildup of impurities within the tissues.
Certain health Gunas (qualities) comprised of the sesame oil contain nutritious, nourishing, and nourishing sweetness. It also includes the sukshma (enters small bodily channels), loosens joints, and absorbs and enters the body’s channels very quickly.
Another crucial ingredient is linoleic acids which make up 40% of sesame oil. This is an effective anti-inflammatory agent and has been proven to block some bacteria’s development, thereby lessening the bacteria that reside on the skin. Research suggests that oils like sesame, which are rich in Linoleic acid (coconut oil and olive oil have very minimal, of it) as well as possess anti-cancer properties that inhibit malignant melanoma growth as well as antineoplastic properties (which hinder the formation of neoplasms and growths that could develop into cancer). Studies also show that sesame oil improves the immune system and decreases stress. This is the ideal oil to use at the time of year for the daily massage routine.
Ayurvedic medicinal oils (many with their source in sesame oil) called tailams aren’t just simple remedies such as aromatherapy. They comprise more than 70 varieties of Ayurvedic herbs whose potency is improved by various processes known as samskaras. These could take up to five days make. They are utilized in certain instances where your Dhatus (tissues) or doshas are imbalanced or disturbed, and the disease is manifested. There are many types of oils used in Ayurveda and patients who visit the clinic will have been through them via the Marma Point massage, Kizzali Bolus massage, or the treatment with Kati Basti for neck and back pain. The teacher we had once taught us Tailams must be treated and valued as gold.
It is comforting knowing that every time you get an Ayurvedic treatment at our clinic, we utilize these traditional tailams to your benefit and specific requirements that we will prescribe according to the particular person and the season. Traditional tailams aren’t popular with practitioners as they opt for a cheaper version usually diluted with oil. Many of the correct processes are eliminated, resulting in a defective product. It’s challenging to find a shop that uses an authentic, high-quality and traditionally made tailam , like we use here in the Ayurveda Clinic.
After each treatment, we suggest that you keep the oil in place for at least fouran or more to reap the effects of the expertly created and extremely beneficial oils to be absorbed into the tissues and skin to maximize the impact they have.
This method of creating and use to use these oils is exclusive to Ayurveda, and the ability to continue using the oils for practitioners lets us continue to practice the practices that have been around for thousands of years.
We are looking at seeing you at the clinic and inviting you to experience the benefits of Ayurvedic therapies and the wonder of Tailams available just in the middle of Sunshine Coast.