Mahamash Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Description

Paralysis. hemiplegia, stiffness and pain in locked jaw, pain of multiple joint aches and pains pertaining to hands, legs, head, neck, lumbar and cervical spondylosis. 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
Mahamash Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Mash Kashay (Phaseolus mungo):

Black gram or black lentil is known as urad dal in Hindi. In texts of Ayurved this bean is known as "MASHA". This oil drives away all tissues & makes the softening water stress. Calms the nervous system, as well as the muscles. Is used with cramps. For all Vata disorders. For nourishing the nervous system, skin & muscles. For head and body.

Anti inflammatory properties: According to principles of Ayurved vitiation of vata causes inflammation of tissues & initiates the sensation of pain. "Masha" or urad dal normalizes vata & hence has anti inflammatory properties. Usually a hot poultice of black gram is used in inflammation of joints & muscle pain. Massaging with herbal oil processed with this wonderful herb helps to reduce pain and inflammation.

Nervous system disorders: This herb strengthens nervous system. Ayurved Acharyas recommend preparations of this herb in nervous debility, partial paralysis, facial paralysis and other disorders which involve nervous system.

"The seeds are sweet, laxative, aphrodisiac, tonic, appetizer, diuretic, galactagogue and styptic; useful in piles, asthma, scabies, leucoderma, gonorrhea, pains, epistaxis, paralysis, rheumatism & affections of the nervous system, liver & cough. It is also prescribed for dropsy and cephalalgia."

Sesame seed oil (Sesamum indicum):

Sesame oil contains vitamin E in abundance along with vitamin B complex & vitamin A, which helps nourish & rejuvenate skin. Seeds also have a good amount of manganese, calcium, iron, phosphorous, zinc, vitamin B1, tryptophan & dietary fibres.

Ethanolic extract of Sesamum indicum tested using acetic acid induced writhing model in mice. The extract of 500mg / kg showed inhibition in writhing which was comparable to marketed preparation ibuprofen 50mg/kg[93]. sesame oil produced antipyretic effect comparable to paracetamol determined by yeast induced pyrexia in rats. Sesame oil inhibited carrageenan induced rat paw edema for anti inflammatory activity com parable to diclofenac sodium.

"The seeds are sweet, laxative, aphrodisiac, tonic, appetizer, diuretic, galactagogue and styptic; useful in piles, asthma, scabies, leucoderma, gonorrhea, pains, epistaxis, paralysis, rheumatism & affections of the nervous system, liver and cough. It is also prescribed for dropsy and cephalalgia."

Bala (Sida cordifolia Linn):

It is generally considered as a nervine stimulant or nervine tonic. A better term can be given as a nervine stimulant. The term 'Bala' is applied because of its balya property of moola. In the Laghu masha taila, this serves the purpose of generating sufficient energy to the muscle tissue, & also by its effective supporting factors such as madhura rasa & madhura vipaka as a Vata hara.

Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus):

This fasciculated tuberous root is utilized in different ailments, as it has the Vata hara property. The absorption level of this drug through the taila during nasya karma is found to be excellent.

Purnamava (Boerhavia diffusa Linn):

'Dhatu punamavatwam,' a drug that brings new tissues in the body, helps in preventing the degeneration of tissues. In other words, it achieves the regeneration of sapta dhatus with its specific activities on muscle tissues.

Rasna (Pluchea lanceolate):

The plants of Pluchea genus have been used traditionally used as astringent, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, diaphoretic in fevers, smooth muscle relaxant, nerve tonics, laxatives & for the treatment of dysentery, lumbago, leucorrhoea, dysuria, haemorrhoids, gangrenous ulcer & disorders causing

The methanolic extract of the leaves of Pluchea lanceolata showed maximum anti-inflammatory and antiarthritic activities as compared to other in vivo and in vitro plant parts.

"Pluchea lanceolata has been found to inhibit carrageenan, histamine, serotonin, hyaluronidase & sodium urate induced pedal inflammation. The extract of Pluchea lanceolata has also been found to inhibit protein exudation & leucocyte migration, along with turpentine- induced joint oedema, adjuvant-induced polyarthritis, carrageenan & cotton pellet-induced granuloma formation. Pluchea lanceolata also attenuates cadmium induced.

Devdar (Cedrus deodara):

"Aqueous extract of air dried stem bark of Cedrus deodara shows anti-inflammatory & anti-arthritic activity against carrageen in-induced oedema, granuloma pouch, cotton pellet, tuberculin sensitivity reaction, formalin arthritis & adjuvant arthritis in albino rats."

"The volatile oil extracted by steam distillation of the wood of Cedrus deodara was examined for its oral anti-inflammatory & analgesic activity at the doses of 50 &100 mg/kg body weight. It produced significant inhibition of carrageenan-induced rat paw edema & of both exudative - proliferative & chronic phases of inflammation in adjuvant arthritic rats at doses of 50 & 100 mg/kg body weight. The oil at both tested doses was found to possess analgesic activity against acetic acid induced writhing & hot plate reaction in mice."

Saindhava (Rock salt):

During nasya, the taila used has a fixed oil base. Therefore, the ideology of formulating the taila for its easiest absorption in the procedure of Nasya karma has been balanced by the addition of Saindhava lavana. Saindhava lavana has the potent action of facilitating easy absorption of the taila through its effective properties.

Cow milk:

Cow's milk is a rich & cheap source of protein & calcium, & a valuable food for bone health. Cow's milk is increasingly suggested to play a role in the development of chronic degenerative, non-communicable disorders.

"Milk contains a variety of components that provide immunological protection & facilitate the development of neonatal immune competence. Two main categories of milk compounds are thought to be associated with immunological activity. The first category includes cytokines. Cytokines present in milk are thought to be protected against intestinal proteolysis & could alleviate immunological deficits, aiding immune system maturation."

The proteins in fresh milk are especially helpful because they contain all the essential amino acids, the protein building blocks that are not synthesized in body & must therefore include in diet. In addition, the two predominant milk proteins - casein and whey -play important roles in muscle building.

  • Paralysis, hemiplegia
  • Deafness, tinnitus. (For this, it is either used to instill a few drops directly into ear or by internal administration.)
  • Stiffness and pain in locked jaw
  • Headache, migraine headache and eye diseases
  • Pain of multiple joint aches & pains pertaining to hands, legs, head, neck
  • Lumbar and cervical spondylosis
  • Pain due to blunt injuries, & in treatment of rheumatoid & osteoarthritis
  • Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy, and such other neurological problems
  • Relieving tiredness and for elderly people

 Adverse effects:

There are no known side effects with this oil. People with diabetes, hypercholestrolemia and high BP should exercise precaution while taking orally.

For oral administration the usual dosage is - 5 -10 drops once or two times a day before food with hot water or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor. Externally it is used in all types of oil treatments like Massage & Panchkarma.