Nasya is a method used in Ayurvedic medicine. Administration of drugs by the route of nasal cavity is termed as nasya, nāvana, nasya karma, etcetera are synonymous to nasya. Randomized controlled clinical trials have shown reduction in the signs and symptoms of cervical spondylosis by nasya. Clinical trials of nasya have been carried out for myopia. Pradhamana nasya is used by ayurvedic physicians and have been found useful to treat chronic sinusitis.
Nasya is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin meaning "miracle of Yahweh". Its variant forms include: Nasiah, Nasiya, Nasiyah, Nasyah, and Naysa. Derived names are Nacia (Polish), Nadjae, Nadjah, Nagwa, Nagwah, Nainsey, Nainsi, Naissa (French), Naja (Arabic), Najae, Najah (Arabic), Najee, Najei, Najja, Najwa (Arabic), Nakee, Nakey, Nakeya, Nakeyah, Naki