This unique practice involves creating a well of pure, medicated ghee (clarified butter) around the eyes, allowing them to soak in the therapeutic properties of the medicated ghee.

Netra Tarpana

It is essential to consult a Ayurvedic practitioner. They will assess your eye health and overall medical history to determine if you are an ideal candidate for the therapy.

Step 1: Consultation

Herbs are infused in the ghee to enhance its therapeutic benefits. Commonly used herbs include Triphala, Yashtimadhu, fennel seeds, rose petals, and neem.

Step 2: Preparation of Medicated Ghee

The therapist positions the patient comfortably, gently massaging the eyes with Ayurvedic herbal oils to promote relaxation and prepare for Tarpana.

Step 3: Eye Relaxation

A well of dough, known as a "dam," is created around the eyes to hold the warm, medicated ghee securely.

Step 4: Formation of Ghee Reservoir

The practitioner pours warm, medicated ghee into the reservoir around the eyes, fully submerging them in the nourishing liquid.

Step 5: Pouring the Ghee

The eyes are bathed in the ghee for a specific duration, allowing the therapeutic properties to penetrate the eye tissues effectively.

Step 6: Soothing Eye Bath

After the ghee bath, gentle eye exercises are performed to further enhance the benefits of Tarpana and to relax the eye muscles.

Step 7: Eye Exercises

Eye Cleanse After therapy, ghee is removed, and eyes cleansed with water to clear residue.

Step 8: Eye Cleanse

The Ayurvedic practitioner may recommend specific eye drops or herbal preparations for post-procedure care, ensuring long-lasting effects.

Step 9: Post-Procedure Care

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