Dhanwantharam Thailam

Named after the patron deity of Ayurveda, this fragrantand 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 and nourishes muscles. Dhanwantharam is the most popular massage oil in Ayurveda and Panchakarma as it is suitable for all body types, especially Vata and Pitta. Great for an energizing massage after a tiring day.

Key Ingredients

Acorus Calamus (Vacha)
Anethum Graveolens (Satakuppa)
Asparagus Racemosus (Satavari)
Aswagandha (Withania Somnifera)
Cedrus Deodara (Devdaru)
Cinnamomum Tamala (Tamala Patra)
Desmodium Gangeticum (Shala Parni)
Elettaria Cardamomum (Ela)
Emblica Officinalis (Amlaki)
Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Yeshtimadhu)
Gmelina Arborea (Kashmarya)
Hemidesmus Indicus (Sariba)
Ipomea Paniculata (Vidari)
Lilium Polyphyllum (Ksirakakoli)
Macrotyloma Uniflorum (Kulatha)
Oroxylum Indicum (Syonaka)
Phaseolus Piloses (Mudgaparni)
Polygonatum Cirrhifolium (Mahameda)
Premna Corymbosa (Agnimantha)
Pseudarthria Viscida(Prisni Parni)
Punarnava (Boerhaavia Diffusa)
Rubia Cordifolia (Manjishta)
Santalum Album (Chandan)
Sesame Oil (Tila Oil)
Sida Cordifolia (Bala)
Spondias Pinnata (Amraatakah)
Terminalia Chebula (Harithaki)
Tribulus Terrestris (Gokshur)
Trigonella Foenum (Medhika)
Valeriana Wallichii (Tagara)
Vibhitaki (Terminalia Belerica)
Vigna Aconitifolia (Masaparni)
Ziziphus Mauritiana (Badri)

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