‘Shatadhauta ghrta’ in Sanskrit translates to ‘ghee that has been washed a hundred times’. Ayurveda captures the profound healing properties of ghee in various internal and external medications.
The‘pitta-hara’ property of ghee makes it the drug of choice in all kinds of active inflammations characterised by redness, burning sensation and pain.
In Shatadhouta ghrta, the cooling and astringent property of Nalpamara kashaya (aqeous extract of the the four milky trees) is incorporated repeatedly into pure ghee to obtain an intensely cooling, soothing, buttery product that spreads luxuriously on skin.
Shatadhauta ghrta is ghee that has been repeatedly washed with aqeous extract of Ksheerivriksha – Nyagrodha (Ficus bengalensis), Udumbara (Ficus glomerata), Aswattha (Ficus religiosa), Plakhsa (Ficus lecor), to obtain a soft buttery product.
The‘pitta-hara’ property of ghee makes it the drug of choice in all kinds of active inflammations characterized by redness, burning sensation and pain.
In Shatadhauta ghrta, the pittasamana property of ghee is fortified exponentially by washing it a hundred times with Ksheerivriksha kwatha, which has potent pitta-hara, vrana-sodhana (wound cleansing) and ropana (healing) properties.
Excellent remedy for burns, painful stings and bites and painful warm inflammations. Soothes skin irritated by acne and rashes with pitta-predominance. The formula exerts its ‘seeta sparsatwa’ or coolness immediately upon application.
Ksheerivriksha has potent cleansing action. It cleanses the skin and improves its defense against invading organisms.
Shatadhouta ghrta is a good remedy for reviving dull, chafed lifeless skin. It smoothens the skin and keeps it soft and supple on regular application. The varnya (brightening) property of the Ksheerivriksha helps in improving the complexion.
Quantity is sufficient based on the area affected. Exclusively for external application.