Chandanbala Lakshadi tail is a medicated oil explained in the Ayurvedic text Yogaratnakara. This medicated oil is a combination of several herbs like Chandana(Santalum album), Bala(Sida cordifolia), Laksha (Laccifera lacca) etc in a grounding base of sesame oil.
Chandanbala Lakshadi tail is commonly used for Abhyanga (body massage) and application over head. Application of oil over head and body is a part of the daily regimen (Dinacharya) explained in Ayurveda. Practicing it regularly provides multiple health benefits.
One can use sufficient quantity for application over head and body massage.
CHANDANA (Santalum album)
Chandana have many properties like anti-allergic, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant, blood purifier, analgesic, antipyretic, etc. It has a cooling effect too.
Sida cordifolia is a known tonic, astringent, emollient, and aphrodisiac. The drug is a major ingredient of several formulations in Ayurveda.
Laksha or lac is a gum-like substance obtained from the female lac insect( Laccifer lacca). It effectively helps in wound healing and healing of fractures.
USHIRA (Vetiveria zizanioides)
The plant possesses properties like anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, calming, sedative, tonic, healing effects etc.