Tarpana, often referred to as Netra Tarpana in Ayurveda, is a specialized rejuvenative and therapeutic treatment designed for the eyes. The procedure involves creating a dough reservoir around the eyes and gently filling it with medicated ghee or clarified butter, allowing the eyes to soak in the medicinal properties. This process nourishes, cools, and soothes the eye area, offering relief from strain, dryness, and irritation that can result from prolonged screen exposure, environmental pollutants, or other stress factors. Tarpana is known for improving vision clarity, strengthening the optical nerves, and preventing eye diseases. It’s a holistic approach to eye care that not only addresses specific eye concerns but also promotes overall eye health and relaxation, making it a valuable treatment for maintaining optimal vision and eye comfort.

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Tarpana is a traditional Ayurvedic eye treatment provided at “Aatreya Panchakarma,” involving the gentle bathing of the eyes in medicated ghee to nourish and rejuvenate the eye tissues, enhance vision, and alleviate various eye-related issues.

Tarpana therapy helps in soothing eye strain, reducing dryness and irritation, improving vision clarity, strengthening the optical nerves, and preventing eye diseases by deeply nourishing the eyes with therapeutic properties of medicated ghee.

Tarpana is effective in treating conditions like dry eye syndrome, eye strain from computer use, early stages of cataract, conjunctivitis, and general eye fatigue, offering a natural way to maintain eye health and improve vision quality.

The process involves creating a dough dam around the eyes, after which medicated ghee is gently poured into this reservoir, covering the eyes. Patients are then asked to open and close their eyes intermittently, allowing the ghee to penetrate and nourish the eye tissues.

A typical Tarpana session at “Aatreya Panchakarma” can last anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the specific needs and conditions being treated, with the entire procedure offering a deeply soothing and rejuvenating experience for the eyes.

The frequency of Tarpana treatments varies depending on individual needs and the specific eye conditions being addressed. “Aatreya Panchakarma” recommends a personalized treatment plan, which may include multiple sessions over a period for optimal benefits and sustained eye health.