If you are feeling the cricks when you turn the head and your hips are not feeling so great, one thing that will come to your head is an Ayurvedic treatment. Although these tend to be expensive, they are also medically proven to give positive influences to your body and health. But Ayurvedic treatments do not have to be done professionally. You can always make the concoction at your home for the most basic of the treatments and give yourself a massage.
Acorus calamus or sweet flag is a tall perennial wetland monocot plant that is used in many medical tourism hotels near the airport, check out here. This plant is also used as a substitute to ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon when it is dried and crushed. Sweet flag is famous in Chinese and Indian herbal lists for its uses in Ayurveda and Siddha medicinal practices. It works as a laxative, sedative, carminative and a diuretic. In Ayurveda it is used for countering hallucinogenic compounds.
• Calamus root is used for treating migraines and headaches. You have to use the dried powdered calamus root and make a paste mixed with water which is then applied topically to the forehead.
• When calamus powder is mixed with milk and drank daily in the morning and night it is thought to increase your memory capacity.
• Add calamus powder with basil leaves and make a drink for treating colds, coughs, sore throats, and other symptoms of fever and asthma.
Fitkari, or more commonly known as potassium alum or potassium aluminium sulphate, is a famous chemical compound and found in treatments in medical tourism hotels. Called ‘Phitkari’ or ‘Saurastri’ in india, the benefits of this compound is many. It is used in Ayurveda for many of its treatment practices. Alum is used internationally for stopping bleeding in hemorrhagic cystitis, as an adjuvant for increasing efficiency of vaccines and in the treatment of canker sores in the mouth.
• In Ayurveda it is used for toothache problems by making into a powder with Reetha (Sapindus mukorossi).
• Then it is used as a cure for pyorrhea when fixed as affine powder with coal powder of Jamun wood.
• For leprosy skin disease, 200g of Fitkari and ash are taken to make into a mixture. Then this mixture is taken with honey and extract of radish and carrots every day (2g of total mixture).
• Fitkari powder is mixed with dried ginger powder and taken with biscuits to cure fever.
Jackfruit, Soap nuts, Turmeric, Spider webs, snakeskin, pearl oyster are some ingredients popular in Ayurvedic treatments. You can order Ayurvedic treatment packs online from certified dealers and have it shipped to your house.