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Triphalā Kēram

Ayurveda Massage Oil

රු355.00

Ayurveda Therapeutic Oil for External Body Therapies and Massage.

100ml

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Overview

Triphalā Kēram is one of the specialities of AYULANKA and is based on a recipe widely used by Ayurvedic experts in Kerala, India. This recipe was found in the search of Ayurvedic oil recipes that can be used safely on those with allergies to Sesame oil based herbal oils. Coconut oil is used as the base oil therefore it can be used more safely for skin conditions such as Atopic dermatitis. Can be applied to the head, face and full body or as a nasal application. Especially known to be good for hair growth.

 

Triphalā (three fruits) is a revered rasāyanaya in Ayurvedic medicine promoting longevity and rejuvenation. Coconut oil has been used in the Indian Subcontinent for generations to help with overall skin health. It can be used as a moisturiser to improve complexion, suppleness, and elasticity. Coconut oil is also used to clean and whiten teeth and help support strong and healthy teeth and gums.

 

Since coconut oil is cooling, Abhyanga (self-massage) with AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram during the summer months or in warm climates is especially recommended.

 

AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram combines Coconut oil with Triphalā which contains Amla strengthening the hair follicles and Vibhītaki aiding hair growth and acts as a natural hair dye to reduce premature greying of hair, which makes AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram a potent hair tonic.

 

Benefits:

  • Helps relieve skin conditions and headaches
  • Head massage can improve eyesight and hair growth.
  • Nasal application (Nasya) strengthens the nasal mucosa and is used for treating catarrh and chronic sinusitis.
 

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 3 months.

How to Use

Vāta and Pitta 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).

Ingredients

 

Terminalia chebula

Harītaki (Chebulic myrobalan)

Tibetan “king of medicine.” Bhaiṣajyaguru or the healing Buddha is typically depicted as holding the stem of the Harītaki fruit between thumb and forefinger of his right hand and is believed to have a variety of positive and anti-ageing health effects. Caraka Samhita refers to Harītaki as sarvah dōshas prasamani (pacifying tridōsha), vayasthapani (anti-aging), Tvagamayagni (preventing skin disease) and shrotovishodhini, (clear body channels). Harītaki is known to enhance absorption of nutrients in food, promote a healthy heart, healthy liver and spleen and support the immune system. Harītaki also enhances mental clarity and memory and the stamina of the mind and senses

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Five rasas – Amla (Sour), Kashāya (Astringent), Tikta (Bitter), Madhura (Sweet), Katu (Pungent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Terminalia belerica

Vibheetaka (Beleric myrobalan)

Known as “the one who keeps away disease” is another powerful ancient rejuvenator with detoxifying qualities on blood, muscles, and fatty tissue of the body. Both Caraka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita states that Vibhītaki creates balance in the body and acts as a blood purifier. Vibhītaki is very useful with conditions involving excess mucous in the system and is known to promote healthy bone formation. Caraka Samhita also states Vibhītaki cleanses the Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa and Meda dhatus, (nutritive fluids, blood, muscles and fat tissue).

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Phyllanthus emblica

Amalaki (Indian Gooseberry)

“The best among rejuvenative herbs” according to Caraka Samhita and known in Ayurveda as a powerful immunity-enhancer. Amalaki helps purify toxins from the body by strengthening and stimulating the liver and enhancing food absorption. Amalaki is also known to help relieve constipation. This fruit acts as a mild diuretic, promoting natural elimination of excess water. Amalaki also strengthens specific organs including respiratory, cardiovascular, reproductive organs and the brain. Amalaki is an excellent source of Vitamin C and contains absorbable minerals that nourishes the whole body particularly skin and blood. Because of its high content of Vitamin C, Amalaki is a powerful antioxidant, removing excess free radicals, which causes degenerative disease and aging.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Five rasas – Amla (Sour), Kashāya (Astringent), Tikta (Bitter), Madhura (Sweet), Katu (Pungent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry), Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Cocos nucifera )

Narikēla (Coconut)

Rich in Keshya properties, featuring in daily hair care especially in South India and Sri Lanka. Coconut oil is known to promote scalp health, moisturise dry hair, add lustre, shine and softness to hair, prevent hair breakage and split ends, and promote hair growth.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vata and Pitta

Overview

Triphalā Kēram is one of the specialities of AYULANKA and is based on a recipe widely used by Ayurvedic experts in Kerala, India. This recipe was found in the search of Ayurvedic oil recipes that can be used safely on those with allergies to Sesame oil based herbal oils. Coconut oil is used as the base oil therefore it can be used more safely for skin conditions such as Atopic dermatitis. Can be applied to the head, face and full body or as a nasal application. Especially known to be good for hair growth.

 

Triphalā (three fruits) is a revered rasāyanaya in Ayurvedic medicine promoting longevity and rejuvenation. Coconut oil has been used in the Indian Subcontinent for generations to help with overall skin health. It can be used as a moisturiser to improve complexion, suppleness, and elasticity. Coconut oil is also used to clean and whiten teeth and help support strong and healthy teeth and gums.

 

Since coconut oil is cooling, Abhyanga (self-massage) with AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram during the summer months or in warm climates is especially recommended.

 

AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram combines Coconut oil with Triphalā which contains Amla strengthening the hair follicles and Vibhītaki aiding hair growth and acts as a natural hair dye to reduce premature greying of hair, which makes AYULANKA Triphalā Kēram a potent hair tonic.

 

Benefits:

  • Helps relieve skin conditions and headaches
  • Head massage can improve eyesight and hair growth.
  • Nasal application (Nasya) strengthens the nasal mucosa and is used for treating catarrh and chronic sinusitis.
 

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 3 months.

How to Use

Vāta and Pitta 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).

Ingredients

 

Terminalia chebula

Harītaki (Chebulic myrobalan)

Tibetan “king of medicine.” Bhaiṣajyaguru or the healing Buddha is typically depicted as holding the stem of the Harītaki fruit between thumb and forefinger of his right hand and is believed to have a variety of positive and anti-ageing health effects. Caraka Samhita refers to Harītaki as sarvah dōshas prasamani (pacifying tridōsha), vayasthapani (anti-aging), Tvagamayagni (preventing skin disease) and shrotovishodhini, (clear body channels). Harītaki is known to enhance absorption of nutrients in food, promote a healthy heart, healthy liver and spleen and support the immune system. Harītaki also enhances mental clarity and memory and the stamina of the mind and senses

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Five rasas – Amla (Sour), Kashāya (Astringent), Tikta (Bitter), Madhura (Sweet), Katu (Pungent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Terminalia belerica

Vibheetaka (Beleric myrobalan)

Known as “the one who keeps away disease” is another powerful ancient rejuvenator with detoxifying qualities on blood, muscles, and fatty tissue of the body. Both Caraka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita states that Vibhītaki creates balance in the body and acts as a blood purifier. Vibhītaki is very useful with conditions involving excess mucous in the system and is known to promote healthy bone formation. Caraka Samhita also states Vibhītaki cleanses the Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa and Meda dhatus, (nutritive fluids, blood, muscles and fat tissue).

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Kashāya (Astringent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Phyllanthus emblica

Amalaki (Indian Gooseberry)

“The best among rejuvenative herbs” according to Caraka Samhita and known in Ayurveda as a powerful immunity-enhancer. Amalaki helps purify toxins from the body by strengthening and stimulating the liver and enhancing food absorption. Amalaki is also known to help relieve constipation. This fruit acts as a mild diuretic, promoting natural elimination of excess water. Amalaki also strengthens specific organs including respiratory, cardiovascular, reproductive organs and the brain. Amalaki is an excellent source of Vitamin C and contains absorbable minerals that nourishes the whole body particularly skin and blood. Because of its high content of Vitamin C, Amalaki is a powerful antioxidant, removing excess free radicals, which causes degenerative disease and aging.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Five rasas – Amla (Sour), Kashāya (Astringent), Tikta (Bitter), Madhura (Sweet), Katu (Pungent)
  • Guna: Lagu (Light), Ruksha (Dry), Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Tridōsha

Cocos nucifera )

Narikēla (Coconut)

Rich in Keshya properties, featuring in daily hair care especially in South India and Sri Lanka. Coconut oil is known to promote scalp health, moisturise dry hair, add lustre, shine and softness to hair, prevent hair breakage and split ends, and promote hair growth.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Vata and Pitta