Sitaram Ayurveda Neeli Tailam hair oil is composed of various herbs that are handpicked and prepared using methods of the Ayurveda tradition. These herbs are known to treat scalp diseases, strengthen the roots, stimulate follicles and make hair shine naturally. Neeli tailam also helps in treating acute insect bites and chronic skin conditions.
– Neeli tailam hair oil prevents scalp infections, treats Darunaka (dandruff) and other scalp complaints and promotes the growth of new hair.
– Serve as a treatment for premature greying and promotes hair development.
– Neeli tailam hair oil helps to improve volume, and suppleness.
– Neeli tailam is also effective in treating skin allergies, skin diseases, poisonous insect bites, chronic skin disease.
For external application over the scalp and hair, Skin (in condition of insect bites or infection) or as directed by the physician.
Narikela Thailam (Coconut oil)
Numerous nutrients included in coconut oil can improve our overall health. It is packed with essential fatty acids that our body need and may enhance mental performance, metabolism, and the quality of the hair and skin.
Nirgundi (Vitex Nigundo)
Nirgundi is used in clinical settings for the treatment of pain, headache, inflammation, leukoderma, enlargement of the spleen, rheumatoid arthritis, gonorrhoea, bronchitis, fever, cold, and cough. Very effective in arresting fungal growth over the scalp as well as skin.
Indigo (Indigofera tinctoria)
The sap of wild indigo is used as a dye. It is also helpful in treating infections such as diphtheria, influenza (flu), the common cold, and other upper respiratory tract infections. The plant also cleans the liver, detoxify the blood, reduce inflammation, and alleviates pain.
Tulsi (Osmium sanctum)
The plant Tulsi which is a member of the genus Osmium, is well-known for its many therapeutic benefits. Tulsi is used as a plant in Indian homes for a variety of ailments and is regarded as sacred by the Hindu religion. Tulsi may be beneficial for a number of conditions, including the common cold, heart conditions, headaches, stomach problems, kidney stones, and many others. The Tulsi plant also offers defence against flies, insects, and mosquitoes.
Agaru (Aquilaria Agallocha)
Agaru is used to eliminate unpleasant odours because it contains fragrant characteristics. Additionally, it helps with a number of discomforts, such as allergies that affect the eyes and ears. Agaru also aids with pain relief. It has aphrodisiac and restorative qualities.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
Ashwagandha aid to lower blood pressure, relax the brain, reduce edema, and affect the immune system. Ashwagandha is a classic adaptogen used for a variety of stress-related ailments. Adaptogens are said to aid the body’s ability to withstand both physical and mental stress.
Shunti (Zinziber officinale)
It treats skin conditions (kushtha), anaemia (pandu), bleeding issues (rakta pitta), wounds (vrana), and jwara (fever). In daha (burning) conditions and during the Sharada Ritu, it should not be used. Shunthi performs the activities of improving the digestion, treats indigestion and stomach upset.