Kasisadi Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Description

Local and restricted application on affected parts due to piles(haemorrhoids). NOT 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
Kasisadi Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Sunthi (Zingiber officinale):

Ginger root contains large amounts of a volatile oil, zingiberene, which gives the spice its anti inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

Pippali (Piperlongum):

Pippali shows analgesic, antiinflammatory & immuno¬modulatory effects.

Saindhav (Rock salt):

Saindhava lavana or rock salt is considered best among all salts. It helps in exfoliating dead skin cells, cleansing skin pores and protecting the natural skin layer to produce healthy and energized skin type. It also helps in strengthening skin tissue to rejuvenate the skin to make it look younger and firm. It is used to treat many kinds of skin disorders and other ailments such as rheumatic pains and herpes. 

Manashil (Arsenic disulphide):

It is antitoxic (Vishaghna), antibacterial and has scrapping (Lekhan) property. 

Til Tail (Sesamum indicum):

Sesame oil is especially useful for pacifying Vata. It is very nourishing, and prevents the skin from getting excessively dry. It has properties of "Yogavahi". Yogavahi is a substance which has a quality of penetrating the deepest tissues. When sesame is processed with other herbs it normalizes all the three doshas. Hence this is used in diseases arising due to vitiation of vata. And it can also be used in diseases caused due to vitiation of tridoshas.

Hira kasis:

It is antitoxic (Vishaghna), antibacterial and has scrapping (lekhan) property. 

Kalihari (Gloriosa superba):

It is antiseptic, antimicrobial and is useful in skin diseases, piles, and eczematous diseases. 

Kuth (Saussurea lappa):

Kuth removes foul smell; possesses antibacterial, analgesic, complexion enhancing properties and benefits in skin diseases. It improves blood circulation and complexion of the skin. It also shows antiinflammatory activity. It promotes wound healing. 

Kasisadi Tailam- An Ayurvedic Perspective

Word Arsha defines;

"Arshamsitasmatucchategudamarganirodhat," something which obstructs the anal canal called "Arsha;" however, Ayurvedic scholars co-relate Arsha with "hemorrhoids." Hemmomoids are considered to be stubborn, whereas Ayurveda provides the best alternative management as it acts on the root cause of the disease. Since there is no surgical intervention, hence there are no chances of complications like infection, bleeding, or any other thing. It is also the cost-effective & affordable treatment for people of developing countries. 

In Ayurveda piles have been classified into six types on the basis of vitiation of Dosha. (1). Vataj Arsha - dark in color almost black .hard, constipation & acute pain. (2). Pittaj Arsha -reddish and blue in color, inflammation & bleeding, excessive thirst, fever, diarrhea may be present (3). Kaphaj Arsha - Large, in size white in color, itching and bleeding, (4). Sannipataj Arsha - symptoms are according to the vitiated dosha (5). Raktaj Arsha - symptoms are according to the vitiated dosha. This type of arsha shows similar symptom of pittaj arsha & (6). Sahaj Arsha (Congenital) - symptoms are according to vitiated dosha.

Kasisadi Tailam' (Iron sulphate oil) plays an effective role in curing or suppressing piles. Kasisadi tailam is made with medicinal substance like Kasinam. Kasinam means Iron Sulphate which is a mineral substance. Another mineral 'Manshila' [Realgar-Arsenic disulphide] is also used in preparing this oil. These two mineral substances contain medicinal as well as poisonous values. Kasisadi tailam contains herbals like Langali, karavira, danti, chitraka, swarnaksheeri, snuhi &arka, sonti, chengalvakoshtu, pippallu, pashana bhedi and saindhava lavanam. To the mixture of all these herbs 4 parts of sesame oil is added. Cow urine is also used in the preparation. Most of the ingredients used in the preparation have alkali and poisonous values. Artti alkali substance 'Saindava Lavanam' is also used to balance the values. 

Kasisadi Tailam has the alkaline quality. Lekhanam,Ksharanam and Kshapanam are three characteristics of this oil. When this oil is applied on the piles abrasion can be observed in the swelling of piles. Later fiber tissue is formed as a cushion (as scars) around the blood vessels which do not contract. Then the swelling piles contract and gradually they dissolve. So there is little chance of piles coming again. It also provides antiseptic & disinfectant effects. It checks bleeding and relieves pain. It simultaneously cures the itching sensation in the anal portion. 

Kaner (Nerium indicum):

"A green dye from the flower is used in the treatment of skin diseases and also possess wound healing and anti¬inflammatory property."

Vidang (Embelia Ribes):

In skin diseases, it is used both orally and externally in the form of paste.

Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica):

It provides antiallergic and antiinflammatory effects.

Kutaj (Holarrhena antidysentrica):

According to Ayurved, the bark is useful in treatment of piles, skin diseases and biliousness. The bark is used externally in case of skin troubles. The bark is mostly mixed with cow urine and apply it in affected parts.

Danti (Baliospermum montanum):

In Ayurvedic system of medicine roots of B. montanum are most popular and considered as good remedy in tvakdosa (skin diseases), krimi (worm infestation), daha (burning sensation), udararoga (gastrointestinal tract diseases), asmari (lithiasis), kandu (itching), kushta (leprosy), vrana (wounds) and gulma (abdominal lump).

Ikshvaku (Lagenariasiceraria):

It helps in managing skin irritation. It is also used to relieve pain, ulcers and fever.

Swarnakshiri (Argemone mexicana):

it is antibacterial and is useful in skin diseases, also reduces itching of the skin. It improves wound, burning and is useful in bleeding piles. Its wound healing activity was investigated using excision, incision and dead space wound models in Wistar albino rats with different extracts of A. mexicana leaves. The results revealed that the treatment with methanol extract of leaves of A. mexicana accelerated wound healing agent in rats. The ethanoiic extract of leaves of A. mexicana is reported to have significant antiinflammatory and analgesic activity at a dose of 200 mg/kg in mice.

Hartal (Opriment):

It is antitoxic (Vishaghna), antibacterial and has scrapping (lekhan) property.

Snuhi (Thor, Euphorbia neriifolia):

It reduces internal piles (Goodankoor) and outer piles (Arshankoor). It purifies wound (Make it free from infections).

Arka (Calotropis procera):

It reduces pain of piles and is also helpful in wound management.

Gaumootra (Cow urine):

Gaumootra is called "Sanjivani" and "Amrita" in Ayurveda. Cow urine is basically an excellent germicide and a potent antibiotic. It is antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, Anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic in action.

Only benefit from the Kasisadi Tailam is it cures piles with out surgery. It is an excellent remedy for piles. This oil can be used in the treatment of chronic wounds, fisher and fistula in the supervision of doctors.

Warning:

For external application only. This oil should not be used for consumption of message at any circumstances.

Dressing piles after applying Kasisadi Tailam is beneficial. If the piles are not visible outside, the oil has to be injected through a nozzle or a syringe with tube in to the anus. This should be done in the supervision of experienced doctor. Treatment should be continued for 4 to 8 weeks depending on the severity of the problem. Some patients may also have to take tablets along with this treatment.

It is used to apply over the pile mass, once or twice a day.