Gopatmajadi Kera Thailam is a coconut oil based hair oil with its classical reference in the Sahasrayoga, a compendium of Ayurvedic formulations. Indicated for head and body application, it is a cooling combination that soothes the heat and viscidity of Pitta in the body, and improves the health of skin, hair and eyes.
Features and benefits of Gopatmajadi Kera Thailam –
- Applied to the head regularly, Gopatmajadi Kera Thailam pacifies deranged Pitta in the body. Excellent remedy for increased heat and acidity in the body.
- It cools the ‘Uthamanga’ or head, thereby keeping the sense organs healthy and functional, especially the eyes.
- Gopatmajadi Kera Thailam is also an excellent remedy for chronic skin conditions like eczema brought about by excess body heat.
- It cleanses the skin, and builds inherent immunity against infection and disease.
- The ‘Varnya’ property of the four milky trees or Ksheerivrksha help in improving skin tone, texture and complexion.
Quantity sufficient based on area of application. Apply Gopatmajadi Kera Thailam to the scalp and hair length. Massage gently and leave the oil in for atleast 20-30 minutes.
SARIVA (Hemidesmus indicus)
Also known as Sariva, it is a semi-erect herb that has various phytoconstituents. These compounds add medicinal value to the herb. Sariva has been used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for many years. It is used in the treatment of conditions like skin disorders, diarrhea, dysentery, eye diseases, syphilis, leukoderma, dyspepsia, chronic fever, leprosy, asthma, and others.
PADMAKA (Nelumbo nucifera)
The extracts obtained from the lotus flower effectively helps in reducing pain and inflammation. It treats bleeding disorder, asthma, and cough and cold symptoms.
UDUMBARA (Ficus Racemosa)
Also known as cluster fig tree, country fig, it helps in treating the worn-out skin by controlling the dryness of the skin. Thereby keeping the skin moist and healthy. It is found to have skin protective properties
ASHWATHA (Ficus Religiosa)
Commonly known as Peepal tree, they are inherently astringent and are used in treatment of skin ailments like persistent skin itching, dryness , cracked heels, boils, pimples etc. The bark of the Peepal tree, rich in Vitamin K, is an effective complexion corrector and preserver. It minimizes inflammation and is also used in treating pigmentation issues, wrinkles, dark circles ,lightening surgery and pregnancy marks, scars, and stretch marks.
CHANDANA (Sanctalum album)
The addition of sandalwood or Chandan nourishes the skin by reducing pimples, acne marks, blemishes, suntan, dullness and excess oil from the skin. This potent herb pacifies Pitta doshas, cleanses the skin, reduces inflammation and effectively treats conditions like diarrhea and piles.
KUSHTAM (Saussurea luppa)
Kushtam also called as sausseria lappa is a well used drug in Ayurveda that has a good antiinflammatory and antibacterial property. It also helps in preventing infections. The roots contain resinoids, essential oils, alkaloids, insulin and other minor constituents like tannins and sugars. The root (containing both the essential oil and alkaloid saussurine) is used to treat asthma, by relaxing the bronchioles. The relief obtained is comparable to that of conventional bronchodilators without side effects.