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A Guide to Determine the Authenticity of Kansa Wand

by James Spencer Blogger
The impact of Ayurveda in a human body always needs a special mention as, since the primitive age, the Ayurvedic treatment has healed numerous people from diseases that were impossible to be cured. Apart from the medicines, Ayurveda has offered the world with a handful of massage therapies that can not only relieve people from bodily pain, but it also ensures a spiritual freedom too.

Talking about the massages, Ayurvedic full body Kansa massage is undoubtedly one of those few massages that have given relief to people in their misery. In the recent times, the reputed massage centres do have not only the arrangements for the massage sessions but also have the products for sale that empower people to treat themselves in their home as well.

It is the Kansa wand that is referred here. It is a magic wand in the real sense. The wand is not only effective for a full body massage, but it can be used for parts of the body, especially, feet and face. Your feet will get relaxed after a tiring day of work, and your facial acne will be removed giving you a glowing skin once you start using it following the right methods.

However, before you know the right methods, it is essential to know the process of determining the authenticity of a Kansa wand. A lot of vague companies can be there that are not selling the right products. In that case, you may end up getting no benefits after using the wand for months if it is not authentic in the making and the elements incorporated into it.

Read on find out the vital information related to the construction of Kansa wand.

Kansa Wand - Its Primary Elements

Kansa Wand

The principal element of the wand is 'Kansa' (in India) that is similar to bronze. Copper and tin are amalgamated in the formation of this particular element. If you are to buy genuine Kansa Wand and searching for the references of Kansa to recognise the metal, it is the same metal that is being used to make sculptures and statues. Also, the Tibetan singing bowls and the hand moving bells are made of the same material. The surprising fact is all of these things have healing power, both mentally and physically.

The Carved Wooden Handle

The wooden handle is also a unique element that you will find in any other massage tool quite frequently. The wooden handle is made of 'mahogany wood'. It is one of the most long-lasting woods that is attached to the Kansa. The design of the wooden handle is meant for the convenience of the users so that they can hold it in the right way and move throughout the body in a circular motion using organic oil. The colour of the mahogany wood is naturally dark. So, it should be one of the areas of your focus.

Is it Lightweight?

Sellers may try to deceive you with a fake material calling it a Kansa giving reference to its weight as a metal. However, the fact is Kansa wands are quite lightweight and portable. You can carry it anywhere and use according to your convenience. Therefore, checking its weight is indeed one of the significant factors that will let you determine the wand's authenticity.

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