Abhyanga or ‘massage’ is an important part of the Dinacharya (Dialy routine) prescribed by Ayurvedic literature. Scriptures suggest the use of suitable oils massaged in the direction of hair growth and around joints, to pacify aggravated doshas and maintain balance
Eladi taila is sesame oil infused with the therapeutic benefits of a number of herbal, mineral and animal origin drugs that pacify and prevent an array of skin complaints arising from kapha-pitta aggravation in the skin. It works on dull, chafed and unhealthy skin prone to itching, rashes and boils; and leaves behind soft, supple and radiat skin in its wake. Experience wholistic skin health by making Eladi taila abhyanga an essential part of your skin care routine.
Quantity sufficient for whole body application or localised application. Massage in the oil for atleast 15-20 minutes for best results.
Suitable for all ages and sexes. (Not advisable for regular use in infants and toddlers)
Ela – Eletteria cardamomum
The chemical compounds in cardamom significantly decrease gastric secretions. The methanol extract is primarily responsible for decreasing pepsin levels.
Twak – Cinnamomum verum
The aroma and flavor of Ceylon Cinnamon comes from an essential oil extracted from the bark, which contains the compound cinnamaldehyde. The compound is used to alleviate stomach ailments. The bark oil and extracts exhibit antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties.
Sarala – Pinus roxbhurgii
The essential oil from the plant contains the principal compounds alpha- and beta-pinene, carene and longifoline, which render the herb its therapeutic properties.The Turpentine Oil obtained from Chir Pine is valued in medicine as a rubefacient in various rheumatic
many ointments, liniments and lotions for treating minor aches and pains and colds when applied externally on the chest and throat.
Shallaki – Boswelia serrata
The herb’s gum-resin has significant anti-inflammatory properties. The gum-resin is used in treating osteoarthritis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, soft tissue fibrositis and spondylitis. The essential oil derived from the gum resin has antifungal properties.
Tagara – Valeria jatamansi
The hesperidin and methylapigenin present in Indian Valerian have sedative and sleep-enhancing properties. The herb maintains normal nervine function and is also used in treating anxiety and tremors. It relieves nervous irritation and agitation
Jatamansi- Nardostachys jatamansi
The oil of Musk Root contains dnardostachone, valeranone and jatamansone as the major ketonic sesquiterpenes. These components give the herb its central tranquilizer and sedative properties.
Jati – Myristica fragrans
The main chemical components of Mace are a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, sabinene, myrcene, a-phellandrene, a-terpinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, y-terpinene, linalool, terpinen-4-ol, safrole, methyl eugenol and myristicin, which render the herb its therapeutic properties.The essential oil derived from Mace is considered to be the most efficacious. The oil is a potent brain booster. It increases concentration and relieves stress. The herb is also beneficial for the heart as it stimulates blood circulation. Mace’s anti-inflammatory properties are used to treat joint and muscle aches.
Guggulu – Commiphora mukul
Indian Bdellium contains resin, volatile oils and gum. The extracts have ketonic steroid compounds known as guggulsterones. E- and Z-guggulsterones are the compounds that are responsible for lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood.
Devadaru – Cedrus deodar
Deodar oil contains two major sesquiterpenoids a – and ß- himachalenes. Deodardione (1) and deodardione (2) are also isolated from the essential oil. The oil shows invitro antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory activity.
Sarja – Shorea robusta
The resin of the Sal Tree has an oleoresin, which contains triterpenoids, the derivatives of ursonic, oleanane and a triterpene acid. These chemical constituents give Sal Tree its therapeutic benefits. On topical application, Sal Tree extracts heal skin and ear infections.
It is also a potent hair and skin cleanser.
Kumkuma – Crocus sativus
Safranal is the most important volatile oil compound found in Saffron, which gives the herb its flavor. A carotenoid compound, a-crocin, gives the herb its distinct color. It contains minerals like potassium, which control heart rate and blood pressure, and vitamins A and C, folic acid, niacin and riboflavin that are essential for maintaining healthy growth. It rejuvenates the skin and is beneficial in treating respiratory conditions. The herb can also be used as a nervine sedative and as an emmenagogue.
Nagakesar – Messua ferra
Ironwood Tree possesses many therapeutic benefits. It is a hemostatic that stops bleeding and is also an anti-inflammatory. Stamens from the flower of the Ironwood Tree plant contain alpha- and beta-amyrin, beta-sitosterol, biflavonoids, mesuaferrones A and B, and mesuanic acid.
Sesame oil – Sesamum indicum
Taila or Sesame oil is deeply nourishing and warming to the skin. It negates the qualitties of vata like dryness, roughness and cracking manifest in the skin and cutaneous tissue. It locks in moisture into the skin and makes it naturally soft and supple.
100% Natural. Aromatic. Not tested on animals.