Dhanwantharam Thailam is one of the most popular ayurvedic oil for pain relief used in southern regions of India. Dhanwantaram Tailam is ideal for people having Vata type of imbalances like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, neck pain and backache due to spondylosis. It has several benefits, mostly it is used for pain management and pains related to pre and post pregnancy but it can be used in any other types of muscle or joint pain relief. Dhanwantharam Thailam during pregnancy is considered the most useful.
Benefits of Dhanwantaram Thailam – Ayurvedic Oil For Pain Relief – Joint Pain Relief
1. Alleviates pain and stiffness of joints and is used as a joint pain relief oil because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
2. Helps in reducing muscular cramps, weakness, and numbness in muscles. It gives very good results in sports injuries, chronic back pain, spondylitis as it is considered one of the best ayurvedic oil for pain relief.
3. Regular application of this oil also helps in eliminating paralysis and other similar neuromuscular disorders. This oil is prescribed with other Ayurvedic medicine for paralysis.
4. Helps in reducing pains induced by rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It is one of the best arthritis pain relief oil.
5. Improve blood circulation and to help the skin in getting rid of toxins from the body.
6. Increases immunity.
7. Improve skin texture.
8. It is also used as a massage oil for babies to strengthen muscles.
9. It is used internally also to relieve fever, bloating and urinary diseases.
Joint Pain Relief – Dhanwantaram Tailam Ingredients – How it is prepared?
1. Thailam – Sesame Oil
2. Paya – Cow Milk
3. Saileya – parmelia paerlata
4. Vilwa – Agle Marmelos
5. Brihati – Solanum Anguivi
6. Niddgdhika – Solanum Surattenes
7. Gokshura – Tribulus Terrestris
8. Dwimeda – Asparasgus Racemosus
9. Daru – Cedrus Deodara
10. Manjishtha – Rubia Cardifolia
11. Bala – Sida Cordifolia
12. Yava – Hordeum Vulgare
13. Kola – Ziziphus Abssinica
14. Kulatha – Macrotyloma Uniflorum
15. Kasmari – Gmelina Arborea
16. Patala – Stereospermun Tetragomun
17. Syonaka – Oroxylum Indicum
18. Agnimandha – Premna Corymbosa
19. Salaparni – Pseudarthria Viscida
20. Prisniparni – Desmodium Gangeticum
21. Kakolidwaya – Withania Somnifera
22. Chandana – Santalum Album
23. Sariba – Hemidesmus Indicus
24. Kushtha – Saussurea Costsus
25. Tagara – Valeriana Jatamansi
26. Jivakadwaya – Pueraria Tuberosa
27. Saindhava – Rock Salt
28. Kalanusari – Trigonella foenum-fraceum
29. Saileya – Parmelia Perlata
30. Vacha – Acorus Calamus
31. Punarnava – Boerhavia Diffusa
32. Aswagandha – Withania Somnifera
33. Vari – Asparagus Racemosus
34. Kshirasukla – Ipomoea mauuritiana
35. Yasti – Glycyrrhiza Glabra
36. Haritaki – Terminalia Chebula
37. Amalaki – Phyllanthus Emblica
38. Vibhitaki – Terminalia Bellirica
39. Rasa – Comniphora Myrrha
40. Satahwa – Anethum Graveolens
41. Mashaparni – Vigna Radiata var. Sublobata
42. Mudgaparni – Dysolobium Pilosum
43. Ela – Elettaria Cardamomum
44. Twak – Cinnamomum Verum
45. Patra – Cinnamomum Tamala
How to Apply/ Use Dhanwantaram Thailam:
Dhanwantaram Thailam is used both internally and externally.
The dose for internal use depends on the individual patient and its digestive capacity. The general dosage is about 5 to 20 drops once or twice a day or one capsule both time (Morning and Evening), before food, with warm water or warm milk, or as directed by an Ayurvedic doctor.
For external use, the oil is heated to 36 to 40 degrees Celsius and gently massaged onto the affected area on the skin in an upward motion. After an hour of application, it is advised to wipe the remains of oil from the skin or take a shower with lukewarm water.
Expiry Date :
The oil becomes less effective after 3 yrs from the date of manufacture but it’s always better to use within one year of opening the seal for best effects.
There are no side effects of this oil.