Kairali Ayurveda Cheriya Chandhanadi Thailam 200 ML
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Cheriya Chandhanadi Thailam is versatile oil used for balancing the body heat. It can be put to the treatment of various problems. Used both internally and externally, majorly for dizziness and burning sensation. Internal applications include nasal instillation or oral intake. It can also be massaged over the whole body. Its other uses are relieving excessive blood loss during menstruation, gout, jaundice, etc. This extremely beneficial oil does not have any side effects on external application, but over-dosage of the oil, while intake can lead to loose stools or diarrhea. A large number of medicinal herbs are used for preparing this oil. Referred in Yoga Ratnakara äóñ Rajayakshma Chikitsa, and Sahasrayoga Tailayoga 30, this special ayurvedic oil has a variety of uses. This herbal oil can be used both externally and internally. Its external uses include the prevention of greying of hair and hair fall, burning sensation in the head and sunstroke. For hair related issues, it is massaged over the scalp. A full body massage can also be undertaken for relieving skin from burning sensation and sunstroke. Moreover, it provides instant relief to headaches caused due to long hours of exposure to the sun. Itäó»s internally used for treating problems like gout, heavy menstrual bleeding, jaundice, nosebleed and other bleeding disorders. It can be taken through nasal installation (drops instilled in the nose)for neurological problems like nose bleed or internal administration (oral intake). For internal installation, its dosage varies from 2 to 8 drops of oil. For the purposes of internal administration, it is 2 ml to 3 ml, once or twice a day, before food with warm water. Ayurveda suggests resorting to this product only on a doctoräó»s advice and strict supervision as its overdosage can lead to side effects like loose stomach and diarrhea. According to Ayurveda, body heat is the cause of bleeding and burning sensation. The soothing oil works as a coolant. The oil is a heat pacifier, and thus balances body heat and relieves burning sensation and bleeding. It also regulates Pitta balance, thereby relaxing the whole body. This cooling action of the oil is possible due to its magical composition. It is made using a wide range of medicinal herbs. With sesame oil as its base, it has a lot of water. Major ingredients include; Bala, Dhatra, Chandana, Sariva, Amla, Ikshu, Kusha, Ashok, Priyala, Valka, Padmaka and many more. All these herbs used in Ayurveda add to the cooling quality of the oil, making it a versatile oil for balancing body heat.
Ketaki (Pandanus odoratissimus), Chandana (Santalum album), Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Kushta (Saussurea lappa), Aswagandha (Withania somnifera), Suradruma (Cedrus deodara), Usira (Vetiveria zizanioides), Ulpala (Nymphaea stellata), Mamsi (Nardostachys jatamansi), Pathra (Cinnamomum tamala), Agaru (Aquilaria agollacha), Nisha (Curcurma longa), Bala (Sida cordifolia), Hribera (Coleus vettiveroides), Naga (Mesua ferrea), Sprikka (Anisomeles malabarica), Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia), Sariba (Hemidesmus indicus), Thakara (Valeriana wallichi), Sathapushpa (Anethum sowa), Harenuka (Vitex agnus-castus), Ela (Elettaria cardamomum), Abdha (Cyperus rotundus), Thwacha (Cinnamomum cassia), Chora (Hedychium spicatum), Barbara (Clerodendrum serratum), Goksheeram (CowÇs milk), Thailam (Sesame oil)
As directed by the Physician
Chandanadi Thailam is an Ayurvedic oil. It is a natural coolant oil. It is used to relieve burning sensation, dizziness, etc. It is used to apply as hair oil and also used for whole body massage. It is used both for oral intake and external application.