Kansa Vatki is a traditional and authentic wellness accessory that relaxes tired legs and feet while cleaning the toxins of the body and inducing an uninterrupted sleep pattern. In addition, Kansa has an alkalizing effect on the body and anti-inflammatory and Pitta (heat) reducing properties.
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Ayurvedic Kansa Vatki foot massage is a great way to improve insomnia and sleep ailments and ensuring optimum blood circulation to treat the root cause of almost all health-related issues. Copper and tin are the metals used in a fixed proportion to make Kansa Vatki. It unwinds and relaxes all the nerve endings during this phase, leading to overall relief from stress and fatigue. Several health benefits have been related to these metals, including-
Copper – helps to relieve pain by lowering inflammation, i.e. it acts as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Tin – can help with insomnia, headaches, and digestion.
Oil must be applied when using the Kansa Vatki. This is because it prevents your skin from pulling. Castor oil, sesame oil, and coconut oil are often used in massage. Desi-ghee is another good option, too. Castor oil is suitable for people with high blood pressure and temper issues. Those with joint pain should use sesame oil, while coconut oil and ghee can be used regularly. Using these oils/ghee will improve your health.
How to Massage with Kansa Vatki
- Spending 15 to 20 minutes for each foot relaxes exhausted nerve endings linked with the wellbeing of various internal organs.
- The ideal duration for the Kansa Vatki massage is 45 mins.
- The first step is to clean the soles of your feet and the Vatki. It is vital to clean before the massage as it helps to get rid of all dirt and dust.
- Then rub oil into your feet’ soles. (Please make sure you don’t have an allergy to the metals or oils by testing them out on a small skin patch before using them.)
- The emphasis is given to marma points, popularly known as acupressure, which balances the chakras. There are approximately 107 acupressure points in the body, 14 on the legs and the feet. Stimulating and activating these marma points have many merits, and doing so activates vital regions of the brain.
Why do some people experience a ‘greying effect’ on the soles of their feet when they use Kansa Vatki?
Using the Kansa Vatki will make your soles and the ghee/oils turn grey. The darkness hints at toxins leaving the body. The more toxins, the darker the grey. Stress, diet, and the environment are factors that raise toxicity. The colouration signifies toxins are being extracted gently, therefore assisting skin detoxification. Use a gentle cleanser to remove the grey from the soles, then use a soft tissue or rag to clean the Kansa vatki. After cleaning, wrap the vatki in a cotton cloth to keep it away from the air and avoid any reactions.
How often should we use the Kansa vatki?
It is recommended that Kansa vatki massage be performed daily. This self-massaging technique can be done at any time, but the optimum time to do it is at night before going to bed.
Merits Of Kansa Vatki Massage
- Improves sleep quality. According to Ayurveda, a good night’s sleep allows the body to repair or grow cells. This aids in the development of immunity.
- Unwinding and relaxation of tired nerves.
- Strengthens the lower limbs and increases stamina.
- Joint mobility is increased.
- Reduces depressive symptoms, fatigue, and anxiety.
- Builds up and strengthens mental health and cognitive power.
- The overall energy flow of the body is restored.
- Both the body and the mind calm down and feels a new surge of strength.
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