Saindhvadi Tailam 150 ml. Oil


Low back ache, sciatica, rheumatoid arthritis, abdominal colic,  injury to joints,  ankylosing spondylosis, paralysis and such other musculo-skeletal diseases. 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
Saindhvadi Tailam 150 ml. Oil

The preparation is very unique as it is prepared in castor oil as base. Further the preparation contains 3 major salts out of the seven mentioned in Ayurved. The major one is Saindhav (Rock salt) form which the preparation has got its name. The other two are Saurvichal (Black salt) & Bid lavan. Another unique feature of the reparation is that it contains Kanji (An Ayurvedic fermantative preparation) & Curd.

The description of major ingredients of the preparation is given below in brief.

Saindhav (Rock Salt):

Saindhav - the Himalayan rock salt, pink salt or Halite has been revered as the most superior among all types of salts (Lavana) in Ayurveda. Named after its origins in Sindh region (now in Pakistan) i.e. Indus. Valley Saindhav belongs to the highest echelon of functional foods in Ayurved. It was formed about 500 millions of years ago during the Cambrium geological era, when the primordial ocean dried up, leaving pockets of salts sealed inside layers of earth and rock.

Traditionally considered the healthiest form of salt in Ayurved, rock salt pacifies all the three doshas. Rock salt is categorized by some Ayurvedic healers as a Sattvic food, helping to nurture the spirit. It contributes the salty taste and is a cooling spice. In Ayurvedic medicine, rock salt is used as a laxative and a digestive. Unlike other salts which promote indulgence and temptation, Saindhav is believed to be dominant in Sattva guna which promotes positive attitude and purity of mind.

It is very good for the skin. Body scrub made with saindhav helps in exfoliation, rejuvenation of skin, boosts circulation and helps the skin to eliminate toxins more effectively. The skin looks softer, healthier and a lot younger by regular use of saindhav. Bath with saindhav also helps in relieving dry and itchy skin of eczema, psoriasis and other similar skin conditions. Also, common skin issues like acne dermatitis etc. are relieved by adding saindhav to bath water and in scrubs and face-packs.

Erand (Ricinus communis): In external application, the formulations having erand are indicated for arsha (piles), bhagandara (fistula), netraroga (eye diseases), jwara (fever), karnapurana (pouring liquid in ear), palitya (early graying of hair), krumi (worms), kushtha (skin diseases), shiroroga (disease of head), shotha (inflammation), gandamala (lymphadenitis), vatavyadhi (diseases of joints), shlipada (filariasis), vruddhi (enlargement of scrotum), shula (pain), amavata (rheumatoid arthritis), visphotaka (blisterous eruption), vishroga (disorder due to poison), vatarakta (gout), balaroga (disease of children), striroga (gynecological disorder), gulma (abdominal lump), visarpa (erysipelas) and vrana (wound).

Ricinus communis polyurethane (RCP) has been studied for its biocompatibilty and its ability to stimulate bone regeneration. Results showed that RCP blended with calcium carbonate or calcium phosphate could promote matrix mineralization and are biocompatible materials. Incorporating alkaline phosphatase to RCP with subsequent incubation in Synthetic body fluid could improve the biological properties of RCP.(27) The advantage sen in RCP as compared to demineralized bone is that the former has a slower reabsorption process.

The methanolic leaves extract of R. communis possesses significant antinociceptive activity against acetic acid induced writhing test formalin induced paw licking and tail immersion methods in mice. The antinociceptive activity showed due to the presence preliminary Phytoconstituents like saponins, steroids and alkaloids.


Kanji is usually prepared by fermenting incompletely boiled Masha dhanya (Phaseolus mungo) with gruel prepared out of Rakta Shali (Oryza sativum) and is routinely used for various purposes. Kanji prepared by this method (with Dhanya) is said to be Jeevaniya(nourishing), Daha Nashana (relieving burning sensation), Vata, Kapha hara (alleviates metabolic, water-related and movement disorders) and reduces thirst when used internally.


Curd is a habitual diet for people since time immemorial, and bestows benefits when consumed in accordance with rules, with suitable adjuvant. According to Ayurved, curd controls Vata Dosha due to its oily nature, but increases Kapha and Pitta dosha.

Vacha (Acorus calamus): The roots and rhizomes of this plant have been used in the Indian systems of medicine for hundreds of years. While the drug is used in Ayurvedic medicine on a regular basis for the treatment of insomnia, melancholia, neurosis, epilepsy, hysteria, loss of memory and remittent fevers. It has significant CNS actions such as anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic, tranquilizing, and memory enhancing, which justifies its use in some CNS diseases in the Ayurvedic system of medicine.

Pushkarmool (Root of Inula racemosa): It is described as Rasayan (rejuvenator & immuno-modulator) by Ayurvedic Achayras & used for this purpose by Ayurvedic Physicians. The liniment is externally used for relieving pain.

Yashtimadhu (Licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabrra): Licorice is an important ingredient in medicinal oils for epilepsy, paralysis, rheumatism, haemorrhagic diseases. It is given in vitiated conditions of vata dosha, gastralgia, cephalalgia. Due to glycyrrhetinic acid present in licorice which has the mineralocorticoid activity, it is used in place of corticosteroids for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, inflammations and Addison's disease. Glycyrrhizin is an established anti-inflammatory drug. Research shows that on being broken down in the gut, glycyrrhizin exerts an anti-inflammatory action similar to hydrocortisone and other corticosteroid hormones. It stimulates production of hormones by adrenal glands and reduces the breakdown of steroids by the liver and kidneys.

Gaj pippali (Scindapsus officinalis): Phytochemical analysis of Scindapsus officinalis indicates the presence of steroids flavonoid and terpenoid compound since these compounds are of pharmacological interest coupled with the use of this plant in traditional medicine, prompted us for its possible analgesic and anti¬inflammatory activities. The ethanolic extract of Scindapsus officinalis showed statistically significant (p<0.001) analgesic activity in albino rat in a dose dependent manner.

In another study, the experimental activities for the ethanolic extract of Scindapsus officinalis fruit exhibited statistically significant (p<0.05) anti-inflammatory activity in Carrageenan-induced Hind Paw Edema in long evans rat and statistically significant (P<0.05) analgesic activity in swiss albino mice in a dose-dependent manner.

The preparation is a multi-utility medicine & is used for.

Paana: As an internal medication (oral consumption)

Abhyangam: For external application & massage

Vasti: For oil enema purpose (anuvasana vasti & matra vasti)

Saindhvadi Tailam (Brihat)

The preparation is primarily helps in correcting movement disorders. It is used in the treatment of low back ache, sciatica, rheumatoid arthritis, abdominal colic, injury to joints, ankylosing spondylosis, paralysis and such other musculoskeletal diseases.

The preparation is also use for the pain in chest, pain in groin and pain in back.

Adverse effects:

There are no known side effects with this oil on external application. However, oral intake and Basti treatment should only be undertaken with expert advice & guidance.

Keep out of reach & sight of children. Store in a cool dry place.

Apply on affected part once in a day.