Takra implies buttermilk and Dhara implies Pouring in stream. Takradhara is a conventional Ayurvedic methodology wherein a surge of buttermilk is poured on to the focused on body part. Thakradhara is helpful in treating psoriasis, hypertension, absence of rest and so forth. In Thakradharam treatment, buttermilk prepared with therapeutic herbs is utilized as a part of the type of an outside cure, as a thin stream.
Dhara is one of the pleasant as well as popular therapies. ‘Dhara’ is the procedure in which medicated oil, milk or buttermilk is poured in a continuous stream on the head especially on the forehead and when ‘Takra’ is poured on the forehead & scalp, it is called Takradhara. Takra (Buttermilk) contains large amount of lactic acid. It is scientifically proved that lactic acid is used to moisten and diminish the appearance the conditions like thickened psoriatic scales so very useful in it. This Dhara also alleviates the derangement of the three doshas and improves the power of all sensory organs. Overall Takrahara is non invasive and simple, cost effective as well as pleasant remedy.
- effective to combat migraines problem.
- cures specific types of specific pitta disorder.
- cooling and refreshing therapy
- improves sensory function,
- cleanses the skin, and
- relives stress and fatigue