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Nārāyana Taila

Ayurveda Therapeutic Oil

රු395.00

Ayurveda Therapeutic Oil for External Body Therapies and Massage.

100ml

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Overview

Nārāyana Sneha Kalpana (oil formulation) is a commonly used therapeutic oil not only by the Ayurvedic physicians but well known as a home remedy in India and Sri Lanka. This excellent medicated oil named after God Vishnu is the first choice of Ayurvedic oil for muscular pain, nerve debility, nerve impingements and chronic neurological conditions such as paralysis and sciatica.

 

The ingredients used in Narāyana Taila have properties such as strengthening the immune system, known to be used as an analgesic and help the body adapt to stressful conditions. It is especially useful in conditions caused by inflammation such as osteoarthritis. Supports the nervous system, endocrine system and promotes wound healing.

 

Added to above is Dashamūla an Ayurvedic concoction common in Ayurvedic formulae. Dashamūla or the ‘ten roots’ is known to normalise aggravations of all three dōshas, especially Vāta. It detoxifies and nourishes the skin, improves blood circulation, prevents skin discolorations, and diminishes skin blemishes.

 

Abhyanga or massage with AYULANKA Narāyana Taila is specially recommended for muscular pain or nerve debility or nerve impingements and for chronic neurological conditions such as paralysis and sciatica. It has special benefits in pacifying Vāta conditions and nourishing wasted muscles and strengthens body and mind.

 

Benefits:

  • Vāta Pacifying and Used for Neurological Conditions
  • Rehabilitation of Nerves & Muscle Weakness Following Strokes, Sciatica, and Nourishing for the Wasted Muscles.
  • Strengthening the Body and the Mind
 

Cautions:

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

Although there are no known adverse effects, recommended to avoid use during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical conditions, consult your Ayurveda physician before use.

Manufacturers advise avoid use during the first trimester. Self-abhyanga (massage) is not recommended during fever, common cold, acute disease conditions, indigestion and menstruation. Avoid use if known to have allergy for Sesame or nuts.

Use with caution if any known allergies.

Recommended to test on inconspicuous patch of skin 48 hours prior to use.

If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use.

Not recommended for use in children under the age of 16.

Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Keep out of reach of children.

Once opened, use within 6 months.

 

How to Use

Vāta pacifying oil used for the application to the head, face, or full body.

Warm 60 – 100 ml of oil in a hot water bath, 2 – 3 °C above body temperature and apply all over the body gradually covering all the parts of the body. Massage into areas of muscle fatigue, body ache or whole body.

When used under prescription of your Ayurveda Physician, can be used for nasal instillation (Nasya), Shirodhāra, Vasti (enema) and other Pancakarma (Bio-purification) treatments.

Ingredients

Asparagua racemosus

Shatāvarī (Wild Asparagus)

Shatāvari/Narayani translates to hundred roots is said to cure countless number of diseases in Ayurveda and an extensively used wellness herb for women to aid graceful transition in natural stages of life. It is known to modify immune response and enhance the functioning of the immune system

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Tikta (Bitter)(Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Withania somnifera

Ashvagandha (Winter cherry)

Described in Ayurveda as a wonderful remedy for Sandhivāta (pain and inflammation in the joints such as osteoarthritis). It also supports the nervous system, the endocrine system and promotes immune health. It can help the body adapt to stressful conditions.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Kashāya (Astringent) Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna: Laghu (Light), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Kapha

Sida cordifolia

Balā (Country mallow)

Rich in muscle strengthening properties. Balā or Country Mallow is a highly valuable drug in Ayurveda and is one amongst the three most utilized raw herbs. It is abundantly mentioned in Ayurveda as a Vāta pacifying drug and known to possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory as well as hepato-protective properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Grewia hirsuta

Nāgbalā

Haemostatic, analgesic and wound healing properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhur (Sweet)
  • Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Paederia foetida

Gandhaprasarani (Chinese flower)

Known to be analgesic and anti-inflammatory and considered as the best medicine for Vāta disorders in Ayurveda

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Sara (Flowing)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Azadirachta indica

Nimba (Margosa/Neem)

Strengthens the immune system and detoxify blood. It is known in Ayurveda as Vranashodhan (wound cleaning) with its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties removes foul smell, burning sensation and itching.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Tikta (Bitter), Kashaya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Laghu (Light)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Kapha and Pitta

Boerhavia diffusa

Punarnavā(Spreading Hogweed)

Known for its anti-inflammatory properties

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Tikta (Bitter), Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Sesamum indicum

Tila (Sesame)

Used in Ayurveda for strengthening all the dhatus (tissues) hence pacifying aggravated Vāta.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Cow Milk Gō-Ksīra

Rich in cooling, nourishing and refreshing properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Dashamūla

Dashamūla or the ‘ten roots’ is known to normalise aggravations of all three doshās, especially Vāta. It detoxifies and nourishes the skin, improves blood circulation, prevents skin discolorations, and diminishes skin blemishes.

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Overview

Nārāyana Sneha Kalpana (oil formulation) is a commonly used therapeutic oil not only by the Ayurvedic physicians but well known as a home remedy in India and Sri Lanka. This excellent medicated oil named after God Vishnu is the first choice of Ayurvedic oil for muscular pain, nerve debility, nerve impingements and chronic neurological conditions such as paralysis and sciatica.

 

The ingredients used in Narāyana Taila have properties such as strengthening the immune system, known to be used as an analgesic and help the body adapt to stressful conditions. It is especially useful in conditions caused by inflammation such as osteoarthritis. Supports the nervous system, endocrine system and promotes wound healing.

 

Added to above is Dashamūla an Ayurvedic concoction common in Ayurvedic formulae. Dashamūla or the ‘ten roots’ is known to normalise aggravations of all three dōshas, especially Vāta. It detoxifies and nourishes the skin, improves blood circulation, prevents skin discolorations, and diminishes skin blemishes.

 

Abhyanga or massage with AYULANKA Narāyana Taila is specially recommended for muscular pain or nerve debility or nerve impingements and for chronic neurological conditions such as paralysis and sciatica. It has special benefits in pacifying Vāta conditions and nourishing wasted muscles and strengthens body and mind.

 

Benefits:

  • Vāta Pacifying and Used for Neurological Conditions
  • Rehabilitation of Nerves & Muscle Weakness Following Strokes, Sciatica, and Nourishing for the Wasted Muscles.
  • Strengthening the Body and the Mind
 

Cautions:

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

Although there are no known adverse effects, recommended to avoid use during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical conditions, consult your Ayurveda physician before use.

Manufacturers advise avoid use during the first trimester. Self-abhyanga (massage) is not recommended during fever, common cold, acute disease conditions, indigestion and menstruation. Avoid use if known to have allergy for Sesame or nuts.

Use with caution if any known allergies.

Recommended to test on inconspicuous patch of skin 48 hours prior to use.

If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use.

Not recommended for use in children under the age of 16.

Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Keep out of reach of children.

Once opened, use within 6 months.

 

How to Use

Vāta pacifying oil used for the application to the head, face, or full body.

Warm 60 – 100 ml of oil in a hot water bath, 2 – 3 °C above body temperature and apply all over the body gradually covering all the parts of the body. Massage into areas of muscle fatigue, body ache or whole body.

When used under prescription of your Ayurveda Physician, can be used for nasal instillation (Nasya), Shirodhāra, Vasti (enema) and other Pancakarma (Bio-purification) treatments.

Ingredients

Asparagua racemosus

Shatāvarī (Wild Asparagus)

Shatāvari/Narayani translates to hundred roots is said to cure countless number of diseases in Ayurveda and an extensively used wellness herb for women to aid graceful transition in natural stages of life. It is known to modify immune response and enhance the functioning of the immune system

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Tikta (Bitter)(Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Withania somnifera

Ashvagandha (Winter cherry)

Described in Ayurveda as a wonderful remedy for Sandhivāta (pain and inflammation in the joints such as osteoarthritis). It also supports the nervous system, the endocrine system and promotes immune health. It can help the body adapt to stressful conditions.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Kashāya (Astringent) Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna: Laghu (Light), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Kapha

Sida cordifolia

Balā (Country mallow)

Rich in muscle strengthening properties. Balā or Country Mallow is a highly valuable drug in Ayurveda and is one amongst the three most utilized raw herbs. It is abundantly mentioned in Ayurveda as a Vāta pacifying drug and known to possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory as well as hepato-protective properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Grewia hirsuta

Nāgbalā

Haemostatic, analgesic and wound healing properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhur (Sweet)
  • Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Paederia foetida

Gandhaprasarani (Chinese flower)

Known to be analgesic and anti-inflammatory and considered as the best medicine for Vāta disorders in Ayurveda

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Sara (Flowing)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Azadirachta indica

Nimba (Margosa/Neem)

Strengthens the immune system and detoxify blood. It is known in Ayurveda as Vranashodhan (wound cleaning) with its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties removes foul smell, burning sensation and itching.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Tikta (Bitter), Kashaya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Laghu (Light)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Kapha and Pitta

Boerhavia diffusa

Punarnavā(Spreading Hogweed)

Known for its anti-inflammatory properties

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet), Tikta (Bitter), Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vipāka: Katu (Pungent)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Sesamum indicum

Tila (Sesame)

Used in Ayurveda for strengthening all the dhatus (tissues) hence pacifying aggravated Vāta.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Cow Milk Gō-Ksīra

Rich in cooling, nourishing and refreshing properties.

 

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vāta and Pitta

Dashamūla

Dashamūla or the ‘ten roots’ is known to normalise aggravations of all three doshās, especially Vāta. It detoxifies and nourishes the skin, improves blood circulation, prevents skin discolorations, and diminishes skin blemishes.

View