Nasya : The Nasal Route To Better Health

Ayurveda’s medical philosophy emphasizes on the aspect of restoring biological energies so that it returns to it’s normal functioning through a more natural way of treatment. This allows for the body’s immunity to take over fighting off ailments. 
Two main forms of treatment are administered under Ayurveda - Shodhana and Shamana. Shodhana focuses on ridding the body of toxins through purification while Shamana refers to administering medications like powder, tablets, decoction, etc. The Panchakarma treatment is primarily part of the Shodhana form of treatment and is found to be the most important.

Nasya is one of five administered treatments in Panchakarma. It refers to medication given through the nasal route involving various herbal formulations in the form of oil, ghee, powder or fresh juice. It is considered to be very effective when used in the right manner. 
How Nasya works

The nasal route is important for a hair fall solution and mainly hair regrowth.
When the medicated herbal formula is applied through the nostrils, it flows through to reach the membrane of the brain. It alerts the nerves that connect the scalp and the brain thereby helping with hair follicles too.
There are different types of Nasya and they’re usually administered according to the imbalanced doshas.  
Cleansing Nasya or Shodhana

It is also termed in Ayurveda as Virechan or Shodhana. It is given to those with a Kapha type of imbalance causing headache, heaviness, swelling, cold, congestion, itching, stiffness, etc. It also helps control excess secretions, salivation, anorexia, epilepsy, rhinitis, etc.

Nutritional Nasya or Brihmana

Also known as Bruhana Nasya, it is administered to those experiencing Vata type imbalance. It usually requires oil (or meat juice in very rare circumstances) to be mixed with plant extract resin like camphor. Problems like migraines, toothache, earache, defect in vision, sleep, difficulty in waking up, etc
Sedative Nasya or Shamana 
Shamana Nasya or sedative nasya is administered to those who experience a pitta type imbalance. It uses ghee (meat juice n very rare circumstances) or water for it’s treatment. Health issues including dandruff, premature wrinkling, discoloration of facial skin cells, premature graying, disease of the hair and skin, etc.  
What are it’s main ingredients? 
Don’t worry, it’s the safest there is. It’s Medicated Cow’s Ghee. 
Ghee has soothing properties. Plus, it delays premature graying and strengthens the immune system. 
Our silent worker, Yashtimadu benefits hair health by calming the aggravated pitta levels in you so your dosha won’t act grumpy anymore. It also takes up the role of a hair tonic and brain tonic working on nerves and those responsible for your hair. 
When these two amazing ingredients are combined, you get TRAYA GHRIT our hair loss avenger who fights to keep your hair in the best state. It spreads all throughout the head and nourishes hair roots, preventing hair from falling out.
How to apply Tatva’s Nasya : TRAYA GHRIT
Since Traya Ghrit focuses on managing Pitta dosha, it works towards helping your hair health in terms of the above described health issues. It pervades all throughout the head, nourishes hair roots and stimulates the nerves on the scalp to enable hair growth.

Use it in the following manner :
  • Warm the nasal drops by dipping the bottle in warm water. 

  • Lie down
  • Pour the nasal drops in each nostril depending on your dosage.

  • Then, just breathe it in and relax.
You could visit an Ayurvedic doctor who would administer the treatment to you according to your dosha imbalance. But if you're suffering from hair fall, don't wait it out, you could simply purchase our complete treatment which includes Traya Ghrit too!