Neelibhringadi taila is a classical recipe from Sahasrayoga, Tailaprakarana. It a very cooling recipe consisting of Neeli (Indigofera tinctoria), Bhringaraja (Eclipta alba) and Amla (Emblica Officinalis), it is fortified with the nourishing properties of four kinds of milk.
The product is available in two bases, a sesame oil base suited for the dry winter months and a coconut oil base, more cooling and pitta pacifying to the head and body.
Massage a few drops of Neelibhrngadi taila to the scalp everyday before bath.
Massage the oil onto the scalp with fingertips, slowly in circular motion for atleast 15-20 minutes, for best results.
NILI– Nili also called Indigofera tinctoria.It is known in Ayurveda for its medicinal values and anti poisonous effect. Many scientific studies have been conducted on Neeli to prove its pharmacology activities. It has been widely used in almost all developing countries for its excellent medicinal value.
BHRINGARAJ– Ecliota alba or Bhringaraj, popularly known as ‘false daisy’ in English is a traditional wonder herb, that is hugely recommended for growing long, silky and strong hair.
SATAKRUTHA LATHA– Cardiospermum halicacabum Linn (Sapindaceae) is an important medicinal plant in the traditional system of medicine, known as karṇasphoṭa. The root of it is officially included in Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia for its therapeutic uses such as jvara(fever), kuṣṭha(skin diseases), pāṇḍu, kṣaya and sandhivāta etc.
DHATHRI PAHALA– Also known as Emblica Officinalis. The benefits of Amalaki are numerous, which part of why it is considered to be the best antiaging ingredient in all of Ayurveda.It is the highest source of heat-stable Vitamin C, a source of polyphenols and supports digestion, metabolism, elimination and normal liver function and excellent for the hair and skin.
YASHTI– Also known as Glycyrrhiza glabra.Yashtimadhu is beneficial in treating acid peptic disease. It reduces gastric acid secretion and inhibits the formation of peptic ulcers. It is also one of the world’s most widely researched herbs for its role in supporting the body’s normal digestive function. Useful in Hyperacidity, Useful in Peptic ulcer, Useful in Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD).
GUNJA– Also known as Abrus precarious. Gunja, one of the poisonous plants reported in ancient scriptures of Ayurveda, comes under the [Upavisha]category. Gunja is used in treating various diseases such as Indralupta (alopecia), Shotha(edema), Krimi (helminths), Kustha (skin diseases), Kandu(itching), Prameha(urinary disorders), etc.
AJAKSHEERA– Goats’ milk is highly nutritious, contains essential vitamins and minerals and higher amounts of potassium, iron, and vitamin A.
MAHISHI KSHEERA-Buffalo milk is highly nutritive and anabolic according to Ayurveda. It is brumaniya(strengthening)and nidrajanaka (sleep-inducing) in nature.
DHENU KSHEERA– Cows milk is rich in vitamins and calcium. It is strengthening and gives moisturization. It promotes bone and hair health.
NALIKERA KSHEERA– Coconuts are especially high in manganese, which is essential for bone health and the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and cholesterol. They’re also rich in copper and iron, which help form red blood cells, as well as selenium, an important antioxidant that protects your cells.
ANJANA– Anjana (collyrium) is a medicine of traditional technique that protects the eye from various diseases. The collyrium is mentioned as a daily routine to the eyes. According to most of the Rasa Shastra literature, five types of collyrium (Anjana) has been described like sauviranjana, rasanjana, srotanjana, pushapanjana, and Niranjana.
THAILAM– Sesame oil is well used in Ayurveda as apart of various formulations. It is strengthening and nourishing in nature and also promotes hair growth and prevents hair fall.