She Followed all the Panchakarma procedures and got relief in all her symptoms. She had a positional headache, which was due to a problem in her back which she did not know…!!
She Always Thought To have a headache due to COLD only. But After giving In relief in all her symptoms, she always complains about a headache. So when we checked and asked…Do you have pain In any part of the back, and she said NO, But When We Did Massage And Found Out The Particular Point Where She had A PAIN And Treated That Also And Ultimately The Hidden Cause Of Headache Also GONE. Ayurveda for a headache has been proven to be quite effective for a lot of our other patients as well.
She was so involved with us that she even learned the Gujarati language. Even In her testimony video, you can hear a few Gujarati lines said by her.
Ayurvedic therapy for lower back induced headaches
Ayurveda is the oldest science of healing. It is a science and art of living that helps to achieve longevity. According to Ayurveda, there are two different treatments, one is palliative, and the other one is purificatory. Kativasti, a part of the pre-operative procedure before Panchakarma is a really effective therapy for lower backache.
The waist area of the body is known as Kati. Holding warm ayurvedic oils on the affected regions is named Vashti. Kati Vasti deals with retention of warm thick medicated oil over the lower back or any other part of the spine for some time.
The individual is asked to lie face down on the mattress and is applied medicated oil locally around the lumbosacral region. Subsequently, a reservoir made of black gram dough is built around the lumbosacral area. Ensuring leak-proof, a lukewarm medicinal oil round 200-300ml is slowly poured into it. The temperature of the oil is kept reheating and always adding more oil. The oil is stored on for 30 or so minutes.
Once this part of the therapy is over, the affected area might be gently massaged, followed by a steaming for 10-15 minutes for improved absorption of the medication. It is typically done in the course of 5 to 7 days as required, according to Ayurveda practitioner.