Shiru Pichu is an Ayurvedic treatment procedure which comprises of two terms, Shiro meaning head, Pichu meaning a swab or sterile cotton pad or a sterile cloth dipped in medicated oils. The Ayurvedic treatment of Shiro Pichu falls under the category of Murdhni Taila. It is an effective Ayurvedic treatment advised for prevention and getting rid of many psychosomatic illnesses.
Treatment involves keeping a gauze piece or cotton soaked in warm medicated,herbal oil over the affected area. The gauze will be most usually kept over the head or on forehead over the anterior fontanelle. The medicated oil for the Ayurvedic therapy is prescribed depending on the ailment or the disorder of the client. It might also be followed with a relaxing head and neck massage depending on the health condition.
Indian Ayurvedic Head Massage - Siro Pichu SIRO PICHU (Retention of oil soaked cloth over Head): Retention of oil-soaked cotton cloth on the head is called SIRO PICHU. Such oil retentions pacify the nerves and brain cells and improve the person's memory levels. A medicine rich blend of herbs, milk and oil is used for the treatment. With appropriate medicines, siro pichu also reduces Alzheimer'sdisease, cervical spondylosis, hemiplegia, facial paralysis, sleeplessness.
SIRO Vasti Acylindrical leather cap of about ten inches height and having both the ends open fixed in position by means of cloth belt two to three inches in width is tied around the head and black gram paste is used for plugging the holes and filling the gaps. Suitable medicated oil heated to a bearable degree is poured within and allowed to remain for 1 hour, until the mucus trickles down through the nostrils. This treatment is highly effective for hair fall, dandruff, facial paralysis, dryness of nostrils, mouth and throat, severe headaches and other vatha (rheumatic) - related diseases.
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