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Categories: Child/kids Health 

Tags: Massage oil 
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BASIC INFO

Baby Oil 

A very important element in baby massages is the baby oil that is being used. It is essential to choose organic baby skin care products. Kerala Ayurveda’s Ayurvedic baby massage oil offers a nourishing experience for babies. It is a  100% natural baby oil and contains no artificial colour or fragrances. Natural baby oils penetrate deep into the skin and improve digestion, blood circulation besides nourishing the baby’s skin.

 

Benefits of Ayurvedic Massage Oil for Newborn Baby:

  •  It ensures proper blood circulation in the body

  •  It increases muscular strength and resistance

  • It helps in nourishing the nervous system

 

Ingredients used

  • Chandana Santalum Album

The sandalwood oil is widely used in aromatherapy for relieving stress, for calming the nerves. Chandan is widely used as the antiseptics owing to its consistency of antimicrobial elements that can lower down the possibility of infection or putrefaction when applied to tissues and skin.

  • Virgin Coconut oil - coconut oil is rich in vitamin-E and keeps the skin rejuvenated, young, and healthy.

  • Vasa - Adathoda Vasica

  • Aswatha Ficus Religiosa


 

An Ayurvedic Perspective on Baby care

Ayurveda is an Indian system of medicine that is more than 5000 years and focuses on the concept of holistic healing. 'Kaumarbhratya', one of the eight branches of Ayurveda, is especially dedicated to the good health of children. Traditionally, Ayurvedic preparations have been used to build a healthy body and sharp intellect, from infancy to adulthood. With special emphasis on baby care, Ayurveda emphasizes on the use of certain tonics and medications that can develop immunity power, intelligence in children and protect them from various kinds of diseases. The concept of childcare in Ayurveda outlines the health care measures from preconception to prenatal care from the mother to foetus right through the delivery from the baby’s growth to adolescence.

Massage is one of the cornerstones of Ayurvedic therapies. In fact, Ayurvedic massage is prescribed as one of the keys to longevity.  Combining the power of a healing touch, physical manipulation and therapeutic oils are beneficial at any age, including babies and children.  While ayurvedic massage for a baby girl or a boy by itself is a powerful way to connect with your child and have a loving exchange and benefit their body, by using the Ayurvedic oils, you can also give them many benefits for their entire body from the outside in.  Ayurvedic Massage Oil for Newborn Baby is completely natural and herbal, and fortifies the skin and strengthens it against cuts, scrapes and infections. It helps to enhance circulation in the lymphatic system and rejuvenate the immune system. 

 

The importance of massaging your baby:

Before babies are able to understand language, the most common method to communicate and comfort babies is through touch. Baby massage is the gentle, rhythmic stroking of the baby's body with your hands, and this is usually done using oils or a moisturiser to help your hands glide smoothly over the baby's skin. As part of the massage routine, you can gently manipulate the baby's ankles, wrists and fingers, while providing adequate support to the body. Since this touch may be new to the baby, talking softly, or humming while massaging will be calming and reassuring for the baby. 

Baby massages with natural baby oil have numerous benefits and the soothing strokes of your hands even stimulate the production of the feel-good hormone oxytocin in you and the baby. Oxytocin is the hormone that provides an individual with a warm, loving, and happy feeling. 

 

Benefits of baby massage: 

  • Improves sleep and regulates sleep patterns:

Massage increases serotonin levels and regulates melatonin secretion rhythms which help regulate sleep patterns.

  • Enhances emotions and improves mood:

Massage increases dopamine levels which are believed to play an important role in regulating anger, aggression, temperature, mood and appetite in addition to other body functions.

  • Improves wind, colic, reflux and constipation:

Massage stimulates the elimination of waste from the body, can relieve abdominal wind within minutes and speeds a natural process of the nervous system which can assist with reflux.

  • Relieves sinus and chest congestion:

Massage helps promote adequate drainage of the sinuses and excess mucus on the chest.

  • Boosts immune system:

Infant massage can positively influence physiological processes and improve immune function.

  • Reduces stress hormone levels in children and their parents:

Known as "the stress hormone”, cortisol is released during times of stress. Prolonged high levels of cortisol can reduce immunity, impair cognitive performance, and reduce bone density and muscle tissue. Massage measurably decreases cortisol levels in both children and their parents allowing blood pressure, heart rate, digestive functioning and hormonal levels to return to their normal state.

  • Early diagnosis of potential health issues;

Parents who massage their infant each day are more likely to notice changes in their child’s physical condition, which may go unnoticed longer with infants who are not receiving massage.

  • May improve the quality of life for differently-abled babies: 
    Massage could be a way to soothe babies with Down’s syndrome or cerebral palsy.


 



INGREDIENTS:
Each 100 ml is prepared out of:

Jce. of Vasa (Adathoda vasica Lf.) 100 g, Jce. of Aswatha (Ficus religiosa Lf.) 100 g, Jce. of Bhringaraja (Eclipta alba St. ) 100 g, Jce. of Bilva (Aegle marmelos Lf. ) 100 g, Pst. of Aswagandha (Withania Somnifera Rt. Tr. ) 1.5 g, Pst. of Sarala (Pinus raxburghii Ht. Wd.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Chandana (Santalum album Ht. Wd.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Usira (Vettiveria Zizanioides Rt.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Jatamamsi (Nardostachys jatamamasi Rt.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Elab (letteria cardamomum Sd.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra Rt.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Haritaki (Terminalia chebula P.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Bibhitaka (Terminalia  belerica P.) 1.5 g, Pst. of Amlaki (Emblica officinalis P.) 1.5 g, OI. of Kera Thaila (Cocus nucifera Kr.) 50 ml, OI. of Nalikera (Virgin Coconut Oil Jce.) 50 ml

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