It is an Ayurvedic treatment that usually goes for 60 to 90 minutes in different (seven) positions.
Initially massage done with suitable Ayurvedic oils followed by an application of warm boluses that are prepared with Navara Rice cooked with Bala moola Kashyam (Herbal decoction) and milk will be gently applied simultaneously by one or two practitioners.
At the end of the procedure, the paste that is made to prepare the boluses will be applied as a coat on the skin. Then the entire application will removed gently and wiped with dry towel.
Once again the warm oil application is done and allowed to take rest before shower or bath.
This Ayurvedic procedure is mainly indicated in muscular weakness, emaciation and general debility, rheumatic complaints, hemiplegia, children with muscular weakness, atrophy and wasting of muscles and neurological disorders.
It should not be done while having infection, fever, swelling, burns or wounds and Ama (lack of proper metabolism or sluggish metabolism.