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Thai Herbal Compress Massage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Thai herbal compress .

Conservative but luxury and classy.
The perfect treat for muscles care.
The Herbal compress Massage compound  of   more than ten  natural herbals  which many healthy  properties help to  relaxing, stimulate blood circular, To reduce back pain,muscle
aches and reduce tendon and joint swelling .

The herbs themselves have many medicinal properties-anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-bacterial and other effects are present in many of the herbs stimulation and to relax
your body

Thai Herbal compress are made from a variety of herbs. Major Ingredients: Zingiber cassumunar, Turmeric, Citronella, Aromatica Salisb, Galangal, Patchouli, Cinnamomum,
Tamarind leaves, Derris Scandens Benth, Cryptolepis Lemon Grass, Curcuma aromatica Salisb, Kaffir lime (Leech lime), Etc

Direction: Moist the hot compress with water and steam until oily. Put the warm Thai Herbal
Compress on the body where the pain or wherever for relaxing.
 

Herbal compress for face

Thai Herbal Ball for Face

Appication : To stimulate blood flow in the face area, reduce freckles and help sweating,
remove toxins ,add collagens which are left on the face, reduces wrinkling, spot clearance, adjusts skin balance and helps you to relax from the scent from the Thai Herbs.

These herbal balls may be kept from 15 months
After opening for each use, please pack them in tightly sealed. Please note that the storing life of these balls last up to ten times for effective result.

Thai Herbal Ball for fingers

 

 


Herbal compress massage

Herbal compress massage

 

 

 

Propertiest from herbs

- Plai applied to relieve muscle aches and pains
Plai is a rhizome of the ginger family and has been used for centuries as a herbal ingredient in herbal compress that are applied to relieve muscle aches and pains.  It is also a natural emollient and has been used by generations of Thai women and soften their skin.

-Turmeric has antiseptic properties and is used as an additive in cosmetics and medicines. Treatment of chronic skin   The more pungent ones are counter-irritants, and have been used for relieving pain and for an anti-inflammatory effect. Many have antibacterial or antifungal properties

-Lemon grass is principally to remedy digestive problems dirarrhea and stomach ache. It relaxes the muscles of stomach and gut, helps resist I nfection


-Curcuma aromatica Salisb    is used as a stomachic,  carminative  , chloretic, analgesic, sedative, hepatitis,. menstrual disorder, epilepsy, skin. disorder and also used for treatment of  cervical cancer


-Camphor is extracted from the wood by steam distillation, which yields transparent crystals. More recently an extraction from the leaves has also produced camphor crystals. The camphor oil is an agent which eases bruises, inflammations, and joint pains

-Galingale, Galanga may be used as a carminative, be applied externally to treat dermatophyteytic infection and tinea versicolor. Volatile extract from galanga mayease smooth muscle spasm, or even resist tuberculosis


-Derris scandens Benth. Relieves muscular pain, numbness, and abnormal tendons

-Cryptolepis buchanani Roem. & schult helps to correct deformity and stiffness

-Kaffir lime is popular ingredient in herbal compress (for massage). The oil is used in aromatherapy. Kaffir lime peel powder is used as natural scrub bead. The fruit also used in hair care products for making hair soft and silky. Relieves cramping pains and flatulence. As a medicinal herb, it was traditionally used to cure skin complaints and headaches, and was burnt to kill germs and repel insects. Its used in Thai herbal compress for its soothing, invigorating and antiseptic property.

-Acorus calamus  Linn Skin care Cleansing

-Tamarind leaves relieve itchiness, and maintains healthy
skin.

-Eucalyptus
Relaxation of the mood, applying its natural properties to create an improved balance by helping to rid the body of waste, as is the case in cystitis, diarrhea, inflammations, etc. It is also famous for its ability to strengthen the immune system

 

Herbal compress massage

 

Massage with a Thai herbal compress for relaxing, blood circular, back pain, release pain.
From the old days until today, Thai ladies are accustomed to using the herbal compress
ball to relieve their muscular aches and pain at home especially after giving childbirth
and abdominal operation. Modern moms, health-conscious working women, and the
elderly are using it more and more just for relaxation. The world renowned spa
customers, and international movie-stars have accepted the values of its existence and
healing performance.

Direction: Moist the hot compress with water and steam until oily. Put the warm Thai
Herbal Hot Compress on the body where the pain or wherever for relaxing

 

Thai massage is a type of massage in Thai style that involves stretching and deep massage. It is known in Thailand as "nuat phaen boran"  literally, the ancient-manner massage; or just "nuat phaen thai"  Thai massage originated in India and is based on Ayurveda and Yoga[1]. It was believed that the massage art was brought over to Thailand by Shivago Komarpaj over 2500 years ago

"Nuat phaen boran" is the Thai name for a type of body work native to Thailand (nuat=massage, phaen=manner, boran=ancient). Thai massage is also known as northern-style Thai massage, Buntautuk style, Old Medicine Hospital Style, traditional Thai massage, Traditional Thai Medical Massage, Thai Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage, yoga massage, Thai classical massage, Thai bodywork, passive yoga, or assisted yoga.

Description
Although Thai Ayurveda and traditional medicine originates in India , nuat phaen boran is primarily local to the northern Chiangmai area. Virtually every practitioner using this term is either trained in Chiangmai or trained by someone who was. The original and oldest running school for Nuat Boran is "The Old Medicine School" or Shivago Komarpai School and Buntautuk Hospital Massage Program. This program was a popular site for tourists learning massage in Chiangmai in the late 80's and 90's. The founder was the famous Grand Master of Traditional Thai Ayurvedic Medicine, Aachan Sintorn Chaichgun. Aacharn Sintorn presided over daily classes for over 30 years until his death in 2005. His family and elder sons Suthat and Wasson carry on to the present day. Aacharn Sintorn was a product of the Wat Po System in the 50's.

The Old Medicine school was a pioneer in teaching non-Thais a short form and ten-day program called "Nuad Boran" which was easy for the non-Thai speakers to learn. The course was primarily technique with little acknowledgement to theory, as a result of the language difficulty. Many non-Thai obtained the mistaken impression that the 10-day program was the sum total of traditional Thai Medicine. The hands-on portion for traditional expert or doctor of massage is about two years full time. The basic form of Nuad Boran taught in the short form will serve as an introduction to the hands on healing as a distinctive modality.

There are as many as seven to ten regional variations of Thai massage. Many of these traditions claim exclusivity and compete with the others for students and notoriety, although today the Royal Thai Government is seeking to establish parity and common standards between all of the various schools.

The receiver is put into yoga-like positions during the course of the massage. In the northern style there are a lot of stretching movements whereas the southern style emphasis is given to acupressure. It was believed that the massage art was brought over to Thailand by Jivaka Kumar Baccha, known in Thailand as Dr Shivago, a contemporary of Buddha some 2500 years ago.

The massage recipient changes into pajamas and lies on a mat or firm mattress on the floor. (It can be done solo or in a group of a dozen or so patients in the same large room.) The massage giver leans on the recipient's body using hands and forearms to apply firm rhythmic pressure to almost every part of the receiver's body. The massage follows the Sen Energy lines on the body (the Sen are comparable to Chinese meridians). In some gestures, the legs and feet of the giver are used to stabilize the body or limbs of the recipient while in others, the giver's hands remain still on the recipient's body, while the feet do the massaging action. No oil is applied, but sometimes a hot herbal compress is used to warm and soothe the receiver's body. A full course of Thai massage lasts two hours or more, and includes pulling fingers, toes, ears etc., cracking the knuckles, walking on the recipient's back, arching the recipient's back in a rolling action. There is a standard procedure and rhythm to the massage. Sometimes in a large group massage, the practitioners do the procedures in unison.

 

 

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