Takradhara is an extremely cooling ayurvedic treatment which is used to treat and help with a wide variety of conditions. Ayurveda recommends Takradhara for targeted treatment. It is similar to Shirodhara therapy, but differs in a few key aspects. At Ayush Ayurveda Singapore, both Takradhara and Shirodhara are offered and done at the highest standards. When undergoing therapy at Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore, the patient can expect utmost care during the treatment and with every explanation properly and patiently delivered to their satisfaction on every aspect regarding the treatment. The advantages of the therapy for health are explained in detail and our ayurvedic doctors provide great insight into the same.
When undergoing any ayurvedic treatment, it is always advisable to practice an ayurvedic lifestyle as well. The reason for this is to prolong the effectiveness of the treatment while also improving quality of life as a whole. At Ayush Ayurveda Singapore, the ayurvedic practitioners are highly skilled and provide information on how to best implement ayurvedic practices and diets in day-to-day life. All this, coupled with regular ayurvedic treatments can cause great relief from numerous bodily ailments. Ayurveda works from the inside out, therefore patients are sure to see a marked improvement in mental health as well. Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore is the best clinic to avail ayurvedic services done by the best in the field. All treatments are carried out in an authentic manner, in a completely professional environment.
Takradhara is derived from the Sanskrit words “takra” which means buttermilk and “dhara” which means flow. In this therapy, buttermilk which can be mixed with herbs such as Amla, is used. The treatment is similar to Shirodhara and involves pouring of the medicated buttermilk over the head. The buttermilk is poured into a vessel which slowly streams the liquid over the forehead of the patient. Care should be taken to ensure the stream is directed at the right region. It should be positioned directly above the centre of the forehead, between the eyebrows. This is the point which stimulates the pituitary gland. The forehead is also the region with a large number of nerve endings. Takradhara stimulates these nerves and boosts the functioning of the nervous system. It also soothes the mind and helps tackle mental health related issues. It has an immensely cooling effect on the body, and is prescribed for a variety of ailments.