==To Whom and When Errhine is Given and Not Given in Ayurveda==
* Patients suffering from '''sinusitis''', '''hoarseness''' of voice '''hemicrania''', '''migraine''', '''cervical spondylitis''', '''dryness, ear''', '''eye problem''', '''insanity''', '''epilepsy''', '''jaundice''', '''facial paralysis''', '''toothache''', '''lockjaw and insomnia'''.
Where It Acts
* '''Errine''' drugs act on '''prana vayu''', a type of '''[[Vata-Pitta-Kapha-Types-Person|vata]] '''which controls the senses, sensory, motor and also stimulates the central nervous system.
* Some type of '''nasya''' soothes the nervous systems in a comatose patient.
* Acute nasyas are given to stimulate the nervous system to get immediate consciousness. These drugs trigger the nervous system into activity.
===To Whom It Is Not Given===
* Pregnancy, menstruation, after alcohol, after bath, after food or after thirst, acute fever and bleeding diseases.
===Types of Errhine therapy===
To whom it is advised
a) Cervical spondylosis
b) Sooryavarta (migraine)
c) Ptosis (drooping of eyelids)
d) Loss of smell
e) Anxiety and other nervous symptoms
f) Paralysis-hemiplegia, facial paralysis
'''Virechana Nasya (eliminative)'''
* It is used in kapha diseases, sinusitis, sinusitis, tumors, cold, epilepsy, insanity and parkinsonism.
'''Shamana Nasya (sedative)'''
* It is used in pitta disorders, hairfalls, karnaada (ringing in the ears) and eyes-conjunctivitis.
1) juice of asparagus root,
2) juice of madhuyasti (gotukola juice),
3) warm milk
4) sneha nasya (oil nasya).
* Used in '''vata, pitta and kapha''' diseases, usually medicated oils are used. Dhamapana-blowing of powder into the nose in an unconsciousness state to get consciousness.