With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto
With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto
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The return of an old Indian massage used in Ayurveda: how to have a DIY potli massage using poultice bags

  • The potli massage using herbal poultice bags has been popular in India for centuries. Ayurvedic practitioners use it for rashes, arthritis and inflammation
  • With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the pandemic, potlis have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a DIY therapy

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With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto
With the closure of spas and Ayurveda centres in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, potlis (poultice bags filled with herbs) have been all the rage in Indian households once again as a do-it-yourself therapy. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto
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