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Today it’s fair to say that spas and wellness are at the main source of holistic health and wellness movement of a person. Everyone and everywhere people now know the importance of health and a healthy lifestyle. And when it comes to maintaining the most effective approach to health is maintaining a balanced body and lifestyle which can only be provided by spas experts while assisting you. 

Spa and wellness are the home to some of the advanced treatments and research into nutrition, mindfulness, and body wellbeing. Nowadays these centers and experts are offering various tailored treatments during refreshing spa breaks, establishing intensive boot camps educating people on various range of topics like health and wellness, health care, etc. The spas have deep roots in modern society. Developing from some of the most long-standing health practices around the world. You will also get personal care benefits with the spa.

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Ancient ayurvedic text

In our ancient ayurvedic text like Ashtanga, Hridayam explains the importance of wellness spa and baths including improved sleep, spiritual purification, etc. our long ancient history states Indian Royalties also once enjoyed a bath in milk and honey to give their skin a celestial like glow. If you also want to enjoy such luxury at home then try these recipes for a “Five Nectar Bath” which is also known as five perfect food.

Ashtanga Hridayam is an ancient lifestyle manual and medical text that summarizes the teachings of Ayurveda, the Indian Science of Life. It was written by Vagbhata a Vedic from Kashmir in about the 6th century AD.

There were earlier masterpieces on Ayurveda (Charaka Samhita and the Sushruta Samhita) but Vagbhata – whose name means ‘Warrior with Words’ – found them very elaborate and difficult to study.

In 7120, he decided to collect and showcase these essences in easily understandable Sanskrit verses (Sutras), which could be easily (relatively) remembered by doctors. Thus, helping doctors to recall and recite Sutra and use it to support their patient when they had a medical problem.

Ashtanga in Sanskrit means ‘eight components’ and refers to the eight sections of Ayurveda. General medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Ear-Nose-&-Throat, Surgery, Toxicology, Geriatrics, and Aphrodisiac therapy. According to Vagbhata, 85% of diseases can be cured without a need of doctor; only 15% of diseases require a doctor

Gather and combine these ingredients:

  • 1 banana pulp
  • 2 tablespoons of milk
  • 1 teaspoon of ghee
  • 1 teaspoon of yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of honey

Massage these mixtures onto your skin from head to toe. Soak for 10 min – 20mins in lukewarm water. It helps your skin to nourish, soften, soothe and revitalize and good for any type of skin.

This spa bath is one of the man-made bath that is found in the Tibetan medical tradition’s “made soft” or Lums chapter. One of the most important thing of having this bath is, it helps to heal a range of conditions and disorders.

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Other forms of 5 Nectar bath

This 5-Nectar bath is also known as a bath of healing nectar. It is because each ingredient represents a geographical area or element and transmits its own unique healing essence into the bath.


Rhododendron is a genus of 1,024 species of woody plants. Phenolic acids obtained from its leaves and twigs have been reported to have anti-HIV, anti-inflammatory, anti-nociceptive activities, and also its leaves and flowers are utilized for treating illness, headache, diabetes, rheumatism, etc

Represents the essence of the grassland meadows “sPang”

For our bath use the leaf, known as “ba-lu”. As both Leaf and Flower have different functions.

2. JuniperJuniper Formosana

Juniperus formosana, the Formosan juniper, is a species of conifer in the family Cupressaceae. It represents the essence of the sun where the rays penetrate bringing heat and warmth “Nin”.

For our bath use the leaf “Shug-pa”, not the berries, as they have different healing properties.

3. Cedar / TamaraskMyricaria Squamosa

Myricaria species are undershrubs or shrubs, deciduous. Stem erect or prostrate. Leaves small, alternate, densely arranged on young branches

It represents the essence of the water “Chu

4. ArtemisiaArtemisia Sieveriana

It represents the essence of the earth “Sa

Any local variety of Artemisia can be replaced, according to your location Moreover, it is effective for your body due to shared environmental influences.

5. Ephedera

Ephedra is a medicinal preparation from the plant Ephedra Sinica. Several other species of genus Ephedra have traditionally been used for a variety of medicinal purposes.

It represents the essence of the shady areas, where the sun has less influence, and have shade area to keep it cooler, and full of moisture.

Using 5 Nectar bath is used to curb following disorders:

  • Limb disorders – stiffness and immobility of some body parts, extended or contracted, and frozen bones.
  • Cancers – specifically beneficial for cancers of the muscle, bone, nerve, and lymph
  • Fast Swelling – to curbing from general impact, injury and chronic or new wounds
  • Menopausal changes and symptoms
  • Hunched or changed crooked joints
  • All Lung (wind) related disorders are treated without exception.

Additional benefits:

  • Clears joins, skin pores and plasma
  • helps to reduce acne, pimple, skin conditions and rashes, parasitic or bacterial skin disorders
  • Good for arthritis condition patient
  • Helps to prevent from Contagious disorders
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Contraindicated for the following conditions and situations:

  • Never take bath immediately after a meal or on a full stomach. Food should be digested properly before bathing. You can even try to drink hot beverages like tea or coffee to enhance your food digestion.
  • Take proper precautions for any enema condition patients.
  • If you have any acute or developing fevers symptoms, then you must be strictly avoided taking a bath.
  • It is strictly no for those people. Those are extremely depleted and weakened from prolonged illness. Try to consult a fully trained physician if you question your level of weakness and you are unsure if this is your level of depletion or not. As some weak conditions may be beneficial for this bathe.
  • Lost in appetite indicates unsuitable conditions to have 5 Nectar bath treatments.
  • DO NOT try to submerge the chest/heart area during bath.
  • People who have high blood pressure or have hypertension conditions are not suitable to have this treatment.
  • Also, never submerge the face and head during this treatment.
  • And please don’t try to drink this treatment during a bath.

Using a Nectar bath for specific localized areas.

You can always go for a bucket or container and submerge only the limb or use a low water level and lay on the back without submerging the chest or any specific area.

  • Known as “ching lums” a localized applied compress can be made. The herbs are wrapped in a cloth sack, “chang” (barley grain alcohol, but easily substituted for good quality sake is sprinkled and then applied to the localized area and remains there until cooled.

Measurements of ingredients:

In general, Ingredients are measured in an equal proportion to one another. In spite of this, you can change the proportions according to the conditions you are suffering from.

  • If you have skin-related problems – Increase amounts of rhododendron
  • When you have bacterial or parasitic conditions –Increase amounts of juniper
  • If you have a general or mild body weakness like nutritional essence, blood, muscle, fats, bone, bone marrow, or reproductive fluids) (OR) Contagious diseases then – Increase amounts of ephedera.
  • If you are poisoned or have any poisoned effect in the body – Increase amounts of salt cedar / tamarask
  • If you have bad blood clogging, arthritis, and plasma conditions persist, for both new or difficult to heal wounds, cancers, nerve system condition attacks by spirits/entities then –Increase amounts of artemisia.

Since spa are much beneficial to our body thou there is no clear proof as to where the word spa originated nor how it is associated with healing practices.

There are two main theories about the term’s etymology:

– ‘Spa’ is an acronym of the Latin phrase ‘Salus per Aquam’, meaning ‘health from water’.

– ‘Spa’ is named after the Belgian village, Spa, where hot mineral springs were used by Roman soldiers to treat aching muscles and wounds from a battle.

The first ever day spa known was introduced by Elizabeth Arden in 1910, known as Manhattan’s Red Door Salon. This spa offered manicures, facials and more, bringing it much closer to the modern-day experience.

With the growing demand for spa services, facilities expanded, and with their presence spa services became more available for everyone and niche services for individuals were provided. While gentlemen have been the main patrons of spas throughout the Roman era in history. Their attitudes seem to have shifted, and spas are now seen mainly as places for women. But, as society has begun to understand gender stereotypes defects, spas and well-being have generally opened up again to men. If you are going to buy some products for a spa then you should read its review before buying.

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