Chemparuthyadi Kerataila is an oil that finds its original reference in the Arogyakalpadruma, an authentic Ayurvedic text on paediatrics. It has been in vogue for a long time for its cherished therapeutic efficacy in maintaining healthy skin and scalp. It has been indicated for both Abhyanga (body massage) and Moordhataila prayoga (application of oil to the head)
‘Moordhataila’, the application of oil on the head is a practice endorsed by Ayurveda scriptures. The head is the most significant part of the body. It encompasses eight vital opening – the eyes, ears, nose and mouth and one significant but subtle access point to the well being of body – the crown of the head.
Application of oil on the head, while imparting obvious and sustained health to your tresses, at a more subtle level, it works effortlessly towards the well-being of your entire body.
Dosage & Directions for Use
Quantity sufficient based on the area of application.
Advised for moordhataila (application to head) as well as abhyanga (body massage).
Suitable for all ages. Specifically indicated for head and body application in children
Japa patra (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)
Flowers and leaves are rich in invigorating ingredients – flavonoids & amino acids. Flavonoids enhance blood circulation to your hair follicles, retransform dormant follicles into hair follicles, stimulating new hair growth. Amino acids trigger keratin production in the cells of your hair follicles, encouraging healthy hair growth.
Vilwa (Aegle marmelos)
It can be found as the favorite of Lord Shiva and thus found in the temples. Also known as bilwa, the whole part of the plant is used for medicinal purposes. Antidiarrhoeal, antimicrobial, antiviral, radioprotective, anticancer, chemopreventive, antipyretic, ulcer healing, antigenotoxic, diuretic, antifertility, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Pranati(Ixora coccinia)-Used in dysmenorrhoea, hemoptysis, bronchitis. Root—astringent, antiseptic (used against scabies and other skin diseases). Flowers—prescribed in dysentery and dysmenorrhoea. The flowers contain an essential oil (0.5%) which possesses antimicrobial activity.
Nagavalli(Piper betle )
The roots, leaves, and fruits of Piper betle or Paan are carminative, stimulant, antiseptic, and used for the treatment of malaria. Betel leaf has antiseptic, analgesic, antibacterial, anti-lactagogue (reducing breast milk), antioxidant, antispasmodic, cardiotonic, carminative, expectorant, lithophytic, tonic, and contraceptive properties.
Krishna thulasi(Occimum sanctum)
Indian mythology attaches a great significance to Basil by recognizing it as a holy herb. Perhaps, such significance comes from the actual health applications of the herb. Its use is recommended as first aid in the treatment of respiratory, digestive, and skin diseases. Apart from these common ailments, Ayurveda also recognizes its use for diseases ranging up to tumerous growths. Experimental studies identify it to be a highly promising immunomodulator, cytoprotective, and anticancer agent.
Nili (Indigofera tinctoria)
Known as Nil, Nili, Aviri, etc it is the oldest known natural dye used for printing, textile, and hair coloring. Indigo plant is a perennial shrub native to India which grows up to height of two meters and found throughout India. Indigo is also cultivated in few parts of the country for its commercial use. The whole plant of Indigo herb is dried and pulverized to get a powder. This powder can be used for dying purposes.
Āyurveda and Siddha regard jeeraka as having a bitter taste with hot property, capable of removing vāta and kapha doṣas but causing pitta. It is dry, astringent, appetizing, digestive, strengthening, light for digestion, good for the eyes, and an aphrodisiac. It is used in the treatment of indigestion, dysentery, enlarged spleen, flatulence, and vomiting.
Krishnajeerakam(Nigella sativa )
Advocates of black seed oil for hair suggest that these properties can help maintain scalp health by addressing issues such as dandruff while keeping the scalp moisturized.
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