Netra Tarpan Therapy

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Netra Tarpana is a traditional ayurvedic treatment that involves the application of lukewarm medicated ghrit around the eyes. The word “netra tarpana” means nourishment for the eyes.

During a netra tarpana ayurvedic treatment, the client lies down on a massage table, and a small well like structure is made of Maash paste (Udad daal flour) dough is placed around the eyes. Medicated ghrit is then poured into the well, which allows the ghrit to surround and nourish the eyes. The patient’s eyes are kept open during the netra tarpana treatment, and they are encouraged to blink regularly to help spread the ghrit evenly over the eye surface. The benefits of netra tarpana therapy include improving eye health, addressing eye problems, and promoting overall well-being. The netra tarpana therapy procedure involves a careful and soothing application of medicated ghrit, providing a therapeutic experience.

At Aayushree self made ghees are used for the netra tarpana treatment procedure. 


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So why not experience the healing power of Raktamokshan for yourself? Contact us today to learn more about this ancient Ayurvedic therapy and to schedule your appointment with one of our experienced practitioners. Let Ayushree Clinic help you achieve optimal health and well-being through the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda.

Netra Tarpan Therapy Process

Eyes are bounded by a particular atta and medicated ghee is poured in the lumen. of_course the ghee is decided by doctors according to the indications.

Professional Advice

Contraindication - infection of eyes, wounded eyes Best time - 8 am to 10 am 4 pm to 8 pm. Avoid strong sunlight , winds an AC after procedure . Not to be done immediate after meals. Not to take bath and meal immediately

Benefits of Netra Tarpan Therapy

This Netra Tarpan Therapy ayurvedic treatment for eye problems rejuvenating procedure for eyes helps to reduce refractive error of eyes and improves vision. It also reduces strain in eyes muscles and gives cooling effect to eyes, strengthens eyes muscles and optic nerves, prevents cataract, reduces burning in eyes, relieves dry eye syndrome.

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What is Panchakarma?

Six procedures are included in this


Body toxins are removed by inducing vomiting. This treatment is mainly done for KaphaDosha or Diseasesof Kapha.


Toxins are removed through stool by using Laxatives and purgatives, This treatment is mainly for diseases in intestines


These are medicated enemas. This is a very important treatment in aayurvedic practice. Though it is mainly done for Vata Vikar


Bloodletting is done with the use of needles, syringe or leech to treat skin diseases, varicose veins, pitta vicar, severe pain etc.


Nose is considered as entrance of the rain. Medicated oils are put in the nostrils to treat problems related to brain, low or high B.P.

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Other than these five, some other therapies are also used

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