Named after the patron deity of Ayurveda, this fragrant and earthy oil containing 28 herbs is a treasured gem of Ayurveda, as it gives instant energy and vitality after
body treatment. This oil enhances blood circulation , helps relieve muscle cramps, inflammation, joint stiffness, and lower back pain and nourishes muscles. Dhanwantharam is the most popular massage oil in Ayurveda and Panchakarma as it is suitable for all body types, especially kapha vata diseases . Great for an
energizing massage after a tiring day.Massging Dhanwantharam during Pregnancy helps strengthens muscles around the pelvic area and improves skin elasticity which helps in facilitating delivery. Oil massage Post-delivery helps to firm up the loose skin and prevents stretch marks .
- Bala also known as Indian Ephedra is a plant drug, which is used in Ayurveda to treat diseases like fever, weight loss, asthma, chronic bowel complaints and nervous system disease and acts as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic activities etc.Bala,the word implies strength , Bala or sida cordifolia is revered as a herb to build muscle mass and provide energy.
- Dashamoolam ( Root of Ten Herbs ) -Dashamoolam , Root of ten herbs is revered in Ayurveda for anti inflammatory , Antioxidant and moderate analgesic action .
- Ashwagandha is known for its stress-relieving properties and is very effective in treating insomnia. Its Known for antinflammatory and pain releiving Properties . It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It nourishes and restores the skin's natural suppleness and elasticity.
- Black Sesame seed oil is high in nutrients such as magnesium, zinc, copper, calcium and manganese.which improve bone health and density, while also reducing swelling and inflammation.