Ashwagandha Tailam 150ml. Oil

Description

The oil is to provide support to weak muscles, joints, bones and superficial nerves. The oil can be warmed and applied locally to joints and muscles as preventative/supportive measure by sportsmen, dancers, osteopaths, practitioners, tradesmen, and basically any individual involved in physical and repetitive activities. APPLICABLE FOR ALL BODY MASSAGE.

  • Proven track record to solve the problem
  • A special blend of herbal extracts
  • Resolves issue within the mentioned time period
  • No Side Effects
Ashwagandha Tailam 150ml. Oil

Til Tail (Sesamum indicum seed oil):

Ayurveda views sesame oil as the most viscous of the plant oils and believes it may pacify the health problems associated with Vata aggravation by strengthening nerves, muscles and ligaments. It relieves muscle and joint stiffness. Among edible oils from six plants, sesame oil has the highest antioxidant content. Sesame seed oil is a great vegetable oil used in natural, organic skin care products and homemade aromatherapy skin care. Sesame seed oil can be used for facial care, body care, the daily skin cleaning ritual, massage and even as a mouth-wash.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera, Root):

Withania somnifera (Ashawagandha) is very revered herb of the Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine as a Rasayana (tonic). Ashwagandha improves the body's defense against disease by improving the cell-mediated immunity. Studies indicate that ashwagandha possesses anti-inflammatory, antitumor, antistress, antioxidant, immunomodulatory, hemopoietic, & rejuvenating properties. It also appears to exert a positive influence on the endocrine, cardio¬pulmonary, & central nervous systems. The root of Ashwagandha is regarded as tonic, aphrodisiac, narcotic, diuretic, anthelmintic, astringent, thermogenic & stimulant. The root smells like horse ("ashwa"), that is why it is called Ashwagandha (on consuming it gives the power of a horse). It is commonly used in emaciation of children (when given with milk, it is the best tonic for children), debility from old age, rheumatism, vitiated conditions of vata, leucoderma, constipation, insomnia, nervous breakdown, goiter etc. The paste formed when roots are crushed with water is applied to reduce the inflammation at the joints. It is also locally applied in carbuncles, ulcers and painful swellings.

Godugdha (Cow Milk):

Cow milk calms Vata and Pitta & increases Kapha. Cow milk possesses demulcent properties. In processing many oils, where the oil is desired to have nourishing and rejuvenating effects, cow milk is added and processed along with oil and other herbs. This is especially beneficial in Ayurveda oils that are - used for massage against degenerative diseases like Osteoarthritis, - used to calm burning sensation, - used to heal nerve irritation and nerve pain.

Kamal (Nelumbo nucifera, Root):

The root is tonic. A paste is applied to ringworm & other skin ailments. It is also taken internally in the treatment of haemorrhages, excessive menstruation & nosebleeds. The root nodes are used in the treatment of nasal bleeding, haemoptysis, haematuria& functional bleeding of the uterus.

Kamal (Nelumbo nucifera, Stamen):

Lotus stamen is sweet, astringent, and neutral, benefiting the heart & kidney; it is mainly used for preventing discharge, such as treatment of leukorrhea or for frequent urination. They are mostly used to control bleeding.

Malti (Jasminum grandiflorum, Flower):

The flowers are useful in stomatopathy, cephalopathy, odontopathy, ophthalmopathy, leprosy, skin diseases, pruritis, strangury, dysmenorrhoea, ulcers, as refrigerant, ophthalmic and vitiated conditions of pitta.

Havuber (Hapusa) (Junipems communis, Fruit):

Oil of Juniper is given as a diuretic, stomachic and carminative in indigestion, flatulence, and diseases of the kidney & bladder.

Bees (Kamal tantu) (Salixtetrasperama, Stemen):

It is cool in nature and helps relieving pain and burning due to inflammation.

Yashthimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra, Root):

It is a tonic, sweet, antioxidant, expectorant, antitussive, demulcent, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory, antiallergic, anti-nociceptive, memory stimulant (being MAO inhibitor), antimicrobial, antiviral, demulcent, antibacterial, spasmolytic, tonic, diuretic & intellect promoting, also has antistress, antiulcer, liver protective, estrogenic, emmenagogue, antidiabetic and antidepressive actions.

Kantakari (Solatium xanthocarpum, Whole Plant):

The whole plant is useful in vitiated conditions of vata & kapha, helminthiasis, dental caries, inflammations, flatulence, constipation, dyspepsia, anorexia, leprosy, skin diseases, hypertension, fever, cough, asthma, bronchitis, hiccough, lumbago, haemorrhoids and epilepsy.

Kamal (Nelumbo nucifera, Flower):

A decoction of the flowers is used in the treatment of premature ejaculation. The flowers are recommended as a cardiac tonic. A decoction of the floral receptacle is used in the treatment of abdominal cramps, bloody discharges etc. The flower stalk is haemostatic. It is used in treating bleeding gastric ulcers, excessive menstruation, post¬partum haemorrhage.

Nagkeshar (Mesua ferrea, Stamen):

It controls excessive sweating and acts as a deodorant.

Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus, Root):

The root is sweet, bitter, cooling, aphrodisiac, antipyretic. It cures leprosy, leucoderma, asthma, bronchitis & general debility.

Munnaka (Vitis vinifera, Fruit):

Due to their property of alleviating vata the use of grapes is recommended as nervine. Grapes are very useful in diseases which arise due to vitiation of rakta (blood) & pitta. Therefore the use of this fruit is recommended in Gout and allergies.

Meda (Polygonatum cirrhifolium, Root):

it is cooling in nature and relieves burning pain.

Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia, Root):

The roots are astringent, alterative, anti-inflammatory, anodyne, antiseptic, rejuvenating and tonic. They are useful in dropsy, paralysis, rheumatoid arthritis, neuralgia, cephalalgia, leucoderma, pruritus, wounds, ulcers, discolouration of the skin, slow healing of broken bones, rickets, tubercular conditions of the skin and mucous tissue, eye and ear diseases.

Bruhati (Solanum indicum, Whole Plant):

Different solvent extracts of Solanum indicum exhibit anti-hypersensitive activity. Solanum indicum has an anti¬inflammatory, anticancer & wound-healing potentials. It has been used in folk medicine for the treatment of inflammation, toothache, ascites, oedema & wound infection.

Punarnava (Boerrhaavia diffusa, Root):

According to Ayurveda, Punarnava is bitter, cooling, astringent to bowels, useful in biliousness, blood impurities, leucorrhoea, anaemia, inflammations, heart diseases, asthma, alternatives etc.

Ela (Elettaria cardamomum, Seed):

According to Ayurveda, the seeds are bitter, cooling, pungent, fragrant, cause biliousness & are useful in asthma, bronchitis, etc.

Eluva (Aloe vera toum, Pulp):

The bioactive compounds are used as astringent, haemostatic, antidiabetic, antiulcer, anti-septic, antibacterial, antiinflammatory, antioxidant and anticancer agent and also, effective in treating stomach ailments, gastrointestinal problems, skin diseases, constipation, radiation injury, wound healing, burns, dysentery, diarrhoea and in the treatment of skin diseases.

Triphala (Three Myrobalans):

Triphala is a gentle, nourishing blend of three fruits: Amalaki, Vlbhitaki and Haritaki. Triphala is the formula of choice when it comes to deep rejuvenation as it can be used to rejuvenate the digestive system, support healthy liver function, support the immune system, support healthy inflammatory response and as a tonic for overall health.

Musta (Cyperus rotundus, Rhizome):

It is Diuretic, carminative, emmenagogue, anthelminthic, stomachic, stimulant, analgesic, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, antidysenteric & antirheumatic.

Chandan (Santalum album, HartWood):

In the Indian traditional medicine system Ayurveda, white sandalwood (Chandan) has largely been used as a demulcent, diuretic, and mild stimulant. Sandalwood oil has been traditionally used for treatment of common colds, burns, headaches, bronchitis, fever, infection of the urinary tract, inflammation of the mouth and pharynx, liver and gallbladder complaints and other maladies. It is antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic and astringent.

Padmakastha (Prunus cerasoides, Stem):

The juice of the bark is applied externally to treat backaches. It is useful in vitiated conditions of pitta, burning sensations, sprains, wounds, ulcers, leprosy and skin decolourations. It has action similar to olive oil and is used in emollient preparations including nourishing creams, skin creams and cold creams.

It is used in the treatment of gout, arthritis, non healing wounds, bleeding disorders, menorrhagia, sperm defects, male and female infertility. The oil can be warmed & applied locally to joints & muscles as preventative measure by sportsmen, dancers, osteopaths, practitioners, tradesmen, and basically any individual involved in physical and repetitive activities.

Side effects:

There are no known side effects with this oil on external application. However, oral intake and Panchkarma treatment should only be undertaken with expert advice & guidance. Overdosage of oral intake may result in diarrhoea.

It is used for an Ayurveda Panchkarma therapy. It is also used for oral administration in a dose of 1 - 5 ml, before food with milk. It is used for external application, massage etc.