It is a procedure where Dhanyamla(which is prepared by the process of fermentation) is poured all over the body in a continuous stream for a specific time and duration.
- 1. Diabetic neuropathy.
- 2. Spasticity
- 3. Inflammatory conditions.
- 4. Post fracture stiffness.
- 5. Joint disorders.
- 5. Cervical and lumbar spondylitis.
The active ingredients of dhanyamla will be carried to the cellular level and the constant temperature maintained in the process helps in vasodilation,which increase the blood flow so that necessary oxygen and nutrition are supplied and disease causing factors are eliminated.