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Dhanwantar Thailam ( Oil )

Dhanwantar Thailam ( Oil )

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Dhanwantharam Thailam (Oil) is ayurvedic medicated oil formulated for Vata disorders. It can be used internally (orally) and externally for the massage. Its internal oral intake and its external application both are beneficial in the treatment of paralysis, hemiplegia, quadriplegia, and wasting or physical weakness. It improves the strength of muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other tissues in the body. It also acts as nervine and neuroprotective, so it plays a vital role in the neuroprotection and preserving the natural functions of the nervous system. It also supports musculoskeletal system, so it is also beneficial in the pain disorders like arthritis, osteoarthritis, knee pain, backache, and spondylosis. It effects are more observable on pain and numbness as compared to Dhanwantar Kashayam because the sesame oil is used as its base, which is itself a potent VATASHAMAK Medicine. It is also useful in puerperal diseases, children’s diseases, urinary disorders, uterine diseases, hernia, and hydrocele.

Dhanwantharam Thailam is prepared from following ingredients.

  • Sesame Oil – Sesamum Indicum
  • Sida Cordifolia – Bala (roots)
  • Cow’s Milk
  • Hordeum Vulgare – Yava (Barley Grain)
  • Zizyphus Jujube – Kola
  • Dolichos Biflorus – Kulthi (Horse Gram)
  • Aegle Marmelos – Bilva (Indian Bael)
  • Oroxylum Indicum – Shyonaka
  • Stereospermum Suaveolens – Patala
  • Gmelina Arborea – Gambhari (Beech wood/Kasmari)
  • Solanum Indicum – Brihati (Indian Nightshade)
  • Solanum Xanthocarpum – Kantakari
  • Desmodium Gangeticum – Shalaparni
  • Uraria Picta – Prishnaparni
  • Tribulus Terrestris – Gokshura
  • Polygonatum Cirrhifolium – Meda
  • Polygonatum Verticillatum – Mahameda
  • Cedrus Deodara – Devdaru (Deodar Cedar or Himalayan Cedar)
  • Rubia Cordifolia – Manjistha
  • Fritillaria Roylei – Kakoli
  • Lilium Polyphyllum – Ksheera Kakoli
  • Pterocarpus Santalinus – Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood)
  • Hemidesmus Indicus – Sariva
  • Saussurea Lappa – Kushta (Indian Costus Root)
  • Microstylis Wallichii – Jeevak
  • Microstylis Musifera – Rishabhaka
  • Ichnocarpus Frutescens – Kalidudhi (Kalanusari OR Black Creeper)
  • Parmelia Perlata – Shaileyam
  • Boerhavia Diffusa – Punarnava
  • Fritillaria Roylei – Ksheerashukla
  • Glycyrrhiza Glabra –Yashtimadhu
  • Terminalia Chebula – Haritaki
  • Terminalia Bellirica – Bibhitaki
  • Emblica Officinalis – Amla
  • Anethum Graveolens – Soya (Dill) – (Anethum Sowa)
  • Phaseolus Trilobus – Mudgaparni
  • Teramnus Labialis – Mashaparni
  • Cinnamomum Zeylanicum – Dalchini (Cinnamon)

Medicinal Properties

  1. Nervine Tonic
  2. Neuroprotective
  3. Anti-paralytic
  4. Anti-rheumatic or Anti-arthritic
  5. Anti-inflammatory
  6. Analgesic
  7. Antispasmodic
  8. Carminative
  9. Antinociceptive
  10. Antioxidant
  11. Uterine tonic
  12. Adaptogenic

Internal Use

Internally, Dhanwantharam Thailam is beneficial in following diseases:

  • Paralysis
  • Facial Paralysis
  • Quadriplegia
  • Hemiplegia
  • Tissue Wasting (or consumption)
  • Muscular Weakness
  • Muscular Pains
  • Spondylosis – Cervical, thoracic, or lumbar
  • Backache
  • Rheumatic diseases – Osteoarthritis & Joint Pains
  • Hernia
  • Hydrocele
  • Uterine Atony
  • Endometriosis

External Use

Externally, Dhanwantharam Oil is used as most common massage oil in Ayurveda. It gives a feeling of relaxation, gives relief from local pain, numbness, and joint swellings. It also tones the muscles and improves the strength. In Particular, its massage is recommended in following diseases:

  • Quadriplegia
  • Hemiplegia
  • Muscular Weakness
  • Muscular Pains
  • Backache
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Knee Pain

Dosage & Administration

Dhanwantharam Thailam can be used in massage or local application as per requirement

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