Somraji Tailam (Brihat) 150 ml. Oil


Local and restricted application on affected parts due to Infective skin diseases (Due to bacteria, fungi), Hyperkeratotic skin diseases (Psoriasis) & Dispigmented skin diseases (Vitiligo).  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
Somraji Tailam (Brihat) 150 ml. Oil

The major ingredients of the preparation are Sarsav Tail (Brassica campestris), Bakuchi (Psoralea corylifolia), Chakramard Kashay (Cassia tora), Gaumootra (Cow urine), Haritala (Opriment) & Manshila (Realgar), details of which is given below. 

Sarsav Tail (Mustard oil; Brassica campestris):

Mustard oil has been used in Ayurvedic healing as a promising body massage oil for improving blood circulation, enhancing the texture of the skin, muscular development & to lessen the dryness of skin. It is used for cleansing, stimulating & revitalizing the body. Mustard essential oil is an effective antifungal, anti¬parasitic, antibacterial, disinfecting & antimicrobial oil that protects the skin from infections, wounds from getting septic & heals minor skin problems like cuts, athlete's foot, ringworm, insect bites, small lacerations, abrasions etc. This essential oil has high level of vitamin E that promotes healthy skin, moisten the skin, protect the skin from harmful ultra-violet rays, & effectively treat blemishes, wrinkles and fine lines as well.

Mustard oil is used in the treatment of skin eruptions and ulcers. Believed to be aperient and tonic, trie volatile oil is used as a counterirritant and stimulant.

Bakuchi (Psoralea corylifolia):

The most amazing aspect of this plant is that every part of it is useful. Roots, stems, leaves, seeds, & whatever blooms it has, all are used to treat a variety of skin problems, such as leukoderma, skin rashes, infections, & others. It is given the name "Kushtanashini" (leprosy destroyer). P. corylifolia is a very ancient remedy for leukoderma; it has been tried extensively not only by the practitioners of the Indian medicine but also by the followers of the Western system. The furanocoumarins, which contain psoralens, promote pigmentation. The powder is used by Vaidyas internally for leprosy and leukoderma and externally in the form of paste & ointment. Oil has a powerful effect on the skin Streptococci. It helps fight vitiligo, a disorder in which patches of skin lose their pigmentation It is used in the inflammatory diseases, mucomembranous disorders, dermatitis, & edematous conditions of the skin. It also alleviates boils & skin eruptions. The plant has blood purifying properties. It is used to treat itching red papules, itching eruptions, extensive eczema witti thickened dermis, ringworm, rough & discolored dermatosis, dermatosis with fissures, & scabies. It has shown to improve the color of skin, hair, and nails.

The oil also showed selective antifungal activity. The fruit extract inhibits the growth of Staphylococcus citrates, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus albus, including strains resistant to penicillin and other antibiotics.

Chakramard (Cassia tora):

"The crude leaf extract significantly inhibited the growth of C. albicans, A. niger, S. cerevisiae and T. mentagophytes when tested by turbidity and spore germination methods in a concentration dependent fashion. The effects produced by the extract were compared with a standard antifungal agent griseofulvin. In case of antibacterial activities test, the extracts were subjected for their effectiveness against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in agar diffusion method. The zones of inhibition produced by the crude methanolic and aqueous extracts against few sensitive strains was measured and compared with those of standard antibiotic Gentamicin. It is evident that both extracts are active against the bacteria at low concentrations."

"The leaf extract has shown the significant antifungal activity to inhibit the growth of Candida albicans, Aspergillus niger, Sachharomyces cerevisiae and Trichophyton mentagrophyte."

It is very useful in treating skin diseases like ringworm and itching or body scratch and psoriasis. The alcoholic or vinegar maceration of pounded fresh leaves is used externally to treat eczema and dermatomycosis. rts paste is used for treating skin ailments and also for getting rid of chronic diseases. The juice extracted from its leaves is used in case of skin ailments, rashes and allergies.

Gaumootra (Cow urine):

Cow urine has been described in 'Sushruta Samhita' & 'Ashtanga Sangraha' to be the most effective substance/secretion of animal origin with innumerable therapeutic values.

"Cow urine is believed to have therapeutic value & used in many drug formulations. Essentially, cow urine is used as disinfectant & for purification. With an approximate shelf life of around 5 years, this can prove to be the most effective natural antiseptic & disinfectant, when compared to the synthetic chemicals those are currently available to the consumers. Presence of urea, creatinine, swam kshar (aurum hydroxide), carbolic acid, phenols, calcium & manganese have strongly explained for exhibition of antimicrobial & germicidal properties of cow urine."

"Cow's urine extract was highly stable & capable in controlling/ inhibiting the growth of Malassezia fungi for a longer time frame, & the inhibitory/containing action was steady."

Manshila (Realgar, Arsenic disulphide):

Manahshila is one of the three important arsenical compounds used in Ayurveda as a therapeutic agent (the other two being Hartal -arsenic trisulphide, & Gouripashana - arsenic trioxide) in a number of Ayurvedic medicinal formulations including those found in Brihattrayis (Three important ancient classics of Ayurveda viz. Caraka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita and Astanga Sangraha/Astanga Hrudaya). The important therapeutic areas of Manahshila use include skin diseases, respiratory diseases, certain ailments of eyes & psychological disorders

It is considered in Agni Purana as Kusthaghna Lepa (anti dermal -diseases/anti-leprotic paste for local application /ointment).

Hartal (Opriment, Arsenic trisulphide):

The use of Hartal in treating skin ailments is widely authenticated and documented in Indian Medicinal Chemistry. It is described to have a broad spectrum skin disease healing property

  • Infective skin diseases (Due to bacteria, fungi),
  • Hyperkeratoticskin diseases (Psoriasis)
  • Dispigmented skin diseases (Vitiligo)

Apply over affected area after cleaning the part once in a day.