A classical Ayurveda formulation with a unique composition of a variety of pure herbs, Dhanvantharam thailam keeps the body and soul energized after each application. The warming nature of the oil helps improve body circulation and gently caresses the muscles, providing an all-day comfort!
RASAPANCHAKA / AYURVEDA ENERGETICS
Guna - Guru (Heavy)
Virya - Ushna (hot)
Dosha karma - Balances Vata dosha
The combination of adequate quantity of different ingredients in sesame oil medium makes Sutraveda Dhanvantharam Thailam beneficial in balancing Vata dosha, with its warm nature. The Thailam is suitable for men and women alike as a daily massage oil to ward off the ill effects of deranged Vata dosha in the body.
Why We Are So Good!
Sutraveda Dhanvantharam Thailam is made using good quality pure sesame oil. The herbs used in our oil are carefully selected from authentic sources to ensure only genuine ingredients as mentioned in the original recipe goes in it. Sesame oil serves as a perfect lipid base for the active principles of these herbs to get infused in. The herbs are made into both paste and decoction forms and cooked in a mixture of oil and cow’s milk, preserving the water soluble active ingredients as well.
Here’s What We Are Made Of
Arrow-leaf sida root (Sida rhombifolia), Deodar Cedar Heartwood (Cedrus deodara), Indian sarsaparilla root (Hemidesmus indicus), Boerhavia root (Boerhavia diffusa), Amla fruit (Emblica officinalis), Chebulic myrobalan fruit (Terminalia chebula), Beleric myrobalan fruit (Terminalia belerica), Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Cardamom fruit (Elettaria cardamomum), Cinnamon Stem Bark (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Finger-leaf morning glory root tuber (Ipomoea digitata), Shatavari root tuber (Asparagus racemosus), Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera), Indian Madder root (Rubia cordifolia), Barley (Hordeum vulgare), Chinese date (Ziziphus mauritiana), Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), Bael tree root & stem bark (Aegle marmelos), Oroxylum (Oroxylum indicum), Candhar tree root & stem bark (Gmelina arborea), Fragrant padri tree root & stem bark (Stereospermum suaveolens), Headache tree (Premna integrifolia), Sarivan whole plant (Desmodium gangeticum), Uraria picta whole plant, Solanum anguivi whole plant (Solanum indicum), Yellow-fruit nightshade whole plant (Solanum surattense), Tribulus fruit (Tribulus terrestris), Rock salt, Parmotrema whole plant (Parmelia perlata), Dill fruit (Anethum sowa), Blue wiss whole plant (Teramnus labialis), Three-lobe-leaf cowpea whole plant (Vigna trilobata), and Indian cassia leaf (Cinnamomum tamala).
Absolutely No fillers!
No harmful Preservatives
For external use only. Apply generously during the massage or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Keep in a cool & dry place. Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use this product if you are allergic to sesame or any ingredients listed. Apply with care when using around the eyes or open wounds.
Traditional Dhanwantharam Thailam : Your Happiness Matters To Us
Helps balance Vata dosha
Aids Optimum Joint Health
Helps Tone And Strengthen The Muscles
Helps Improve Body Flexibility
Beneficial In Prenatal Care
Beneficial In Postnatal Care
Supports Healthy Functions Of The Nerves
Helps Reduce Stiffness Of The Body
Promotes Bone Health
Enhance Focus and Intelligence
Our Love For Traditional Dhanwantharam Thailam & The Story Behind It
Balance Vata dosha
Vata dosha has an inherent cold potency which gets aggravated when it goes out of balance. That can affect the smooth joint functioning of joints, muscles and nerves. To counteract this, an oil with warm potency must be applied so that it helps in calming down the increased Vata dosha. Sutraveda Dhanwantharam oil is specially formulated using herbs that helps balance Vata dosha. The warming, nourishing oil strengthens the muscles, joints, bones and ligaments when applied daily before bath.
A Prenatal And Postnatal Care Favorite
Dhanwantharam thailam is also revered for its benefits in prenatal and postnatal care. Pregnancy and delivery are strenuous stages in a woman’s life where there is always a chance for the Vata dosha to increase. Sutraveda Dhanwantharam Thailam works as a boon to women throughout pregnancy and after delivery. It helps preserve joint health and aids strengthening of muscles around the hip region which facilitates comfortable child birth.
Improve Body Flexibility
Dhanwantharam thailam allows easy movements of body parts by lubricating the joints, thereby improving flexibility. The Vata dosha pacifying quality of the oil helps retain the elasticity of the skin, making it naturally soft and smooth. It especially acts well around the hip region and lower limbs where the stress of the body weight is often reflected. Warm application of Sutraveda Dhanwantharam oil followed by steam bath or hot water bath helps rejuvenate the body and mind and contribute optimum wellness.
Why Sutraveda Dhanvantharam thailam?
Oils are considered the best to balance the Vata dosha in the body. Among the various oils, Ayurveda considers sesame oil as the superlative because of varied reasons. It has a high smoking point which makes it withstand high temperatures and prolonged cooking processes, involved in the manufacture of Ayurvedic oil preparations. Sesame oil also has an inherent warming nature which makes it ideal for pacifying the Vata conditions in the body.
Speciality of Dhanwantharam
Dhanwantharam oil is one of the inevitable formulations for women during her various phases of life. It has been used during the prenatal and postpartum periods for daily massage before bath, for centuries. For that matter, we take extreme care during manufacture to ensure the quality is not compromised. At Organic Ayurveda Inc., we manually test the oil in the traditional way, to ensure the consistency, texture and absence of moisture content.
Because We Believe In The
Thousands of years ago, when the wisdom of Ayurveda formulations was conceived, the entire herbs in this earth were organic. Ayurveda proposes that the individual is an integral part of mother Nature. Hence the harmful chemicals used in Nature will lead to serious after-effects in the individual. It is mentioned in Ayurveda, that any herb grown in a polluted environment loses its innate Rasa (taste), Guna (qualities), virya (potency) Gandha (smell), etc, thus affecting its pharmaceutical actions. The cultivation of plants whether for consumption or medicinal use should be done sustainably, with minimum interaction from chemicals, to ensure good health and longevity, creating a more positive impact on mental and emotional health. Ayurveda, a holistic wisdom of health, places immense importance on the purity of herbs. We at Organic Ayurveda Inc by Sri Dhanvanthari Madom believe healing herbs need to be as pure as certified organic, sourced sustainably, consumed responsibly.
Inspired by the Ancient
Art Form Theyyam
While we were brainstorming for our label design and tried to understand what inspires us the most, we ended up looking at dance, music & the fine arts! That's when we decided that we will pay tribute to the cultural heritage of the world. We started with the closest one to home. Theyyam.
Theyyam is an 800-year-old spectacular dance form of North Kerala, performed in the temples as a way of showing devotion and celebrating divinity to the Gods. Colorful costumes, thick makeup, and heavy headgear worn by the performers give this ceremonial art form a charismatic charm.
The dance ritual has its roots in the ancient Dravidian culture of South India. It is performed as a blend of dance, music, drama, and mime accompanied by a chorus of different musical instruments.
There are around 400 forms of Theyyam where the performers showcase various glorifying divine forms like Gods, Goddesses, demons, and spirits in a power-packed performance. A visual extravaganza for art lovers and history enthusiasts alike, Theyyam proclaims the rich cultural heritage of India in a mesmerizing unique way of enactment.
We will be showcasing more art forms from different parts of the world on our labels. Keep an eye out for more.
Frequently asked questions FAQ
What is the best time to take Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets?
The recommended dosage is 1 to 2 caplets twice daily (morning and night) after food, for the adults. For school-going children, it may be given at a dose of one caplet in the morning. Since Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets support restful sleep, it is advisable to take them before bedtime as well. If you have any allied health conditions or have trouble determining the exact dose, contact your healthcare professional before consuming the product.
Do Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets help in high stress, anxiety, and depression?
Bacopa helps promote calmness and a sense of restfulness in the mind. It also supports the natural quality of sleep. Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets contain only pure extracts and powder of the herb, sourced from authentic farmers who cultivate them organically. Stress, anxiety, and depression are conditions that require clinical diagnosis by expert healthcare professionals. Contact your healthcare provider to decide the exact dose and duration of the product if you have any of the above conditions.
How is taking Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets a better option compared to Bacopa powder form?
Bacopa is a herb with astringent and bitter tastes. At Organic Ayurveda Inc., we give preference to the palatability of the product as well. Bacopa in this new caplet-form is more palatable compared to other forms and contains different extracts of the whole plant rather than just powder. While the powder form has to be taken with milk or ghee during consumption, Sutraveda organic Bacopa caplets may be consumed in plain water and are easy to carry as well.