Panchakarma ayurvedic centre in rohini delhi India

Nasya treatment is the Best Procedure for the Disease that Affecting the Head Area- Neck, Nose, Throat, Eyes, Ear. This involves Purification of the Pathway. The Therapy Cleanses and Opens the Channels of the Head ,improving the process of Oxygenation (Prana),which has a Direct Influence on the Functioning of Brain.
Over the past few decades, Ayurveda has become increasingly well known in the west, following on the extraordinary success of yoga, of which it is the medical system. The popularity of both yoga and Ayurveda is due to the holistic and individualized approach that each encompasses.
What is less well known and understood is the ancient Vedic vision – known as Samkhya Dharshana – on which these disciplines are based and from which their holistic and individualized approach comes. Samkhya literally means ‘enumeration’ or ‘counting’; it charts the coming into being of the universe and with it the human soul, step-by-step and moment-by-moment, from its origin in pure consciousness. The word Darshana means ‘to see’ – that is, it is a way to perceive reality. It is based on the direct observation and experience of the rishis (seers) in their meditations, as they retraced they're being back to its origin and in so doing came to witness the order of manifestation.
In contrast to current scientific thinking, which sees consciousness as an epiphenomenon, a by-product that occurs when matter reaches a certain degree of complexity, the Vedic system of knowledge – from which Ayurveda originates – sees things the other way round. It states that matter is derived from consciousness. Consciousness, followed by its manifested principle prāna (usually translated as life force or movement), is the primary attribute of the universe. This vision perceives the entire universe as an intelligent, conscious whole. Even so-called inanimate things such as rocks and minerals are understood to have some level of consciousness, as they are irrevocably connected to the cosmic intelligence of which they are an expression.
Yoga and Ayurveda are complementary sciences in this worldview. Or one could say they are the same science of the life force (prāna) viewed from different perspectives. Yoga and Ayurveda are the practical applications of Vedic knowledge in their respective fields. As David Frawley, a Vedic scholar and Ayurvedic vaidya (physician) from America, explains:
Ayurveda is the Vedic science of healing for both body and mind. Yoga is the Vedic science of self-realization that depends on a well-functioning body and mind… The foundation of yoga should be Ayurveda and the fruits of Ayurveda, yoga.
Benefit In
A migraine
Facial Paralysis
Frozen Shoulder
Eyesight Weakness
A headache
Hair loss