Soothika Paricharya (Post-natal care)
Soothika Paricharya (Post-Natal Care)
SoothikaParicharya is a traditional postpartum care practice followed in Kerala, India. It is a set of guidelines and practices followed by new mother for 40 days after delivery to help them recover from childbirth and ensure the health and well-being of both the mother and the baby.
The SoothikaParicharya guidelines include dietary recommendations, rest and relaxation, herbal remedies, and daily massage with warm herbal oils. The diet recommended during this period includes nutritious and easily digestible foods such as rice, lentils, vegetables, and fruits. The mother is advised to consume warm, nourishing foods and avoid cold foods and drinks.
Rest and relaxation also emphasized during this period, and the mother is encouraged to avoid physical exertion and to get plenty of rest. This is believed to help the mother’s body recover from childbirth and improve milk production for breastfeeding
Herbal remedies such as drinking herbal teas and using herbal oils for massage are also recommended during SoothikParicharya. These remedies are believed to help the mother’s body recover and provide additional health benefits for both the mother and baby.
Daily massage with warm herbal oils is a key part of the SoothikaParicharya practice. This massage is believed to help the mother’s body recover from childbirth, improve circulation, and provide relaxation and stress relief.
Overall, SoothikaParicharya is a traditional postpartum care practice that emphasizes the importance of rest, nutrition, and herbal remedies to help new mothers recover from childbirth and ensure the health and well-being of both the mother and the baby.
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