- Wild crafted herbs from their natural habitat without the use of chemicals fertilizer, pesticides & preservatives.
- Sesame Oil used as base oil. Mechanically cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth without heat so that it retains all the well balanced nutrients in the oil; many would otherwise be lost.
- Sesame Seed Oil(Sesamum Indicum) Processed with decoction of:
- Nirgundi (Vitex Negundo), Tumbini (Citrullus Colocynthis), Punarnava (Boerhavia Diffusa), Erand (Ricinus Communis), Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera), Citraka (Plumrago Geylanica), Sobhanjana (Moringa Oleifera), Makoi (Solanum Nigrum), Clove (Myrtus Caryophyllus), Haldi (Curcuma Longa), Kantakari (Solanum Xanthocarpum), Nimba (Azardica Indicus), Maha Nimba (Melia Azedarach), Isvar (Callicarpa Lanata), Bilva (Aegle Marmelos), Nagkeshar (Mesua Ferrea), Shyonaka (Oroxylum Indicum), Gambhari (Gmelina Arborea), Patala (Stereospermum Suaveolens), Agnimantha (Premna Integrifolia), Shalaparni (Desmodium Gangeticum), Dalchini (Cinnamomum Cassia), Parish Parni (Uraria Picta), Brihati (Solanum Indicum), Gokhru (Tribulus Terrestris), Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus), Sariva (Ichnocarpus Frutescens), Mundi (Sphaeranthus Indicus), Arka (Calotropis Gigantea), Kakjangha (Leea Aequata), Apamarga (Achyranthes Aspera),Meda-lakadi (Litsea Chinensis), Somavalli (Latifolium), Prasarini (Paederia Foetida), Ginger (Zingiber Officinale), Kali Mirch (Piper Nigrum), Pippali (Piper Longum), Rasana (Pluchea Lanceolata), Motha (Cyperus Rotundus), Devadaru (Cedrus Deodara), Potassium Carbonas, Svarijka Ksara (Barilla), Rock Salt, Sauvarcala (Sodium Chloride), Vida, Uchida (Potassium Nitrate), Samudra (Sodli Muras), Copper Sulphate, Katphala (Myrica Nagi), Patha (Cissampelos Pareira), Sows/Soya (Peucedanum Graveolens), Saunf (Foeniculum Vulgare), Tagar (Valeriana Wallichii), Bharangi (Premna Herbacea), Navsar (Ammonium Chloride), Danti (Baliospermum Montanum), Dhanvayasa (Oryza Sativa), Cumin (White) Black Cumin, Indrayan (Citrullus Colocynthis).
- Combined effects of all these herbs formulated in such a way that help to bring all three Doshas (Humors) Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water) in their natural balanced state.
Take 5 ml to 10 ml of oil and massage gently onto the joints or muscles. Alter massage keep body parts warm or covered with doilies. Continue daily use for a few months. Avoid contact with cold weather immediately after using this oil. The body should be covered with clothes immediately after using this oil. If you are going outdoors, remove oil with the towel and dress warmly the part of the body that oil was used on.
For Best Results:
Food to Favour:
- Brown rice
- Fresh fruits
- Fish [salmon, mackerel, and sardines]
- Low fat milk
- Green leafy vegetables
Food to Avoid:
- Rajmah (kidney beans)
- Pulses that are pungent.
- Too spicy food
- Hot food or cold food
- Ice cream
- Junk food
- Soft or cold drinks
- Egg curry
- Fried rice
- Pan cakes
- Daily massage and properly covered the joints for healthy movement.
- Take Triphala powder to maintain morning regularity.
- Maintain healthy weight.
- Rest your joints properly.
- Enjoy the sunlight for atleast 15 minutes in a day.
- Avoid physical exertion.
- Avoid chilled water or cold food.
- Avoid excessive fasting or physical exertion.
- Nutritional diet
- Morning walk
- Restful sleep
Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of health care provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books:
- Dravyaguna Vigana
- Adarsh Nighantu
- Bhavapraksha Nighantu
- Dhanwntri Nighantu
- Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
- Dymock, William & David Hooper, Warden, CJH, Pharmacographica Indica of the principal drugs of vegetable origin met with in British India, Thacker, Spink & Co. Calcutta, 1893.
- Fluckiger, FA & Hanbury, Pharmographica-A history of the principal drugs of vegetable origin met within Grest Britain and British India, Macmillan & Co. London, 1879.
- Gandhi, Maneka. Brahmas hair: On the mythology of Indian plants, Rupa & Co., Delhi, 1989, pp. 131-134.
- Gupta, Shakti M., Plants Myths and Traditions in India, E.J.Brill Leiden, 1971.