Kairali Jathyadi Thailam - Ayurvedic Medicine Oil for Chronic Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Blisters & Mouth Ulcer (200 ml)
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Kairali Jathyadi Thailam - Ayurvedic Medicine Oil for Chronic Wounds

Jathyadi Thailam is used as a treatment for all the wound related issues. It is an Ayurvedic oil mainly used in the treatment of Wounds, Burns, Abscess, mouth ulcer, eczema, and syphilis. Jatyadi Thailam is essentially based on the traditional Ayurvedic practices and is usually used in healing wounds and It heals wounds quickly. It is used to apply externally over non-healing wounds, sinus, blisters, abscess, bite wounds. It is also useful in burns. It is applied over infected skin diseases such as Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, eczema, syphilis etc.
It Balances Pitta and Kapha Doshas.
This oil is cooling, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and non-irritant. It is useful in cleaning, soothing and healing of wounds. The Key Ingredient in this Oil are:
Jati/Jasmine - It has anti-bacterial properties, it heals injuries. It has antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, and analgesic properties Neem – It is a wonderful wound healer, treats skin infections.

Ingredients :

Jati(Jasminum officinale), Nimba(Azadirachta indica), Patoa(Trichosanthes dioica), Karanja(Pongamia pinnata), Siktha(Bees wax), Madhuka(Glycyrrhiza glabra), Kushta(Saussurea lappa), Haridra(Curcuma longa), Haridra(Curcuma longa), Katukita(Picrorhiza kurroa), Manjishta(Rubia cordifolia), Padmaka(Prunus cerasoides), Harithaki(Terminalia chebula), Lodra(Symplocos racemosa), Tvak(Cinnamomum aromaticum), Nilotpala(Nymphaea stellata), Sariba(Hemidesmus indicus), Thuttham(Copper sulphate), Karanja pala(Pongamia pinnata), Taila(Sesame indicum)

How to Use :

It is applied by dipping cotton in the oil and once the cotton absorbs the oil then it is applied over the non-healing wounds or as directed by physician.

Vendor: Kairali Ayurveda Group
Weight::  209 g