Antiseptic, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Toxic.
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Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585
Country of Origin: India
In modern times it is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain healthy and glowing skin. Eladi Keram is a completely natural formulation that contains powerful ingredients to help find relief from skin-related discomfort like rashes and itching.
Eladi Keram is a herbal formulation that is made with a coconut oil base. It is made with herbs that have strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and purifying properties. These herbs together make a potent Ayurvedic treatment for skin rashes and itching. This oil is used topically to balance the Kapha and Vata Doshas in order to improve the appearance of the skin. Most skin problems are characterised by severe itching. Eladi Keram contains such key ingredients that are used in the formulation of Ayurvedic medicine for itching.
Kera Thaila (Cocos nucifera)
Calms Pitta and Vata problems and supports Kapha dosha
It easily imbibes qualities of the herbs that are processed in it and quickens the process of skin repair
Is useful in the treatment of skin problems such as eczema
Supports wound healing and is good Ayurvedic medicine for skin itching
Elayugma (Amomum subulatum)
Is useful in Ayurvedic treatment for skin rashes and itching
Is used in traditional medicine to relieve pain
Is used in Ayurveda as an antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
Turushka (Boswellia serrata)
Is used in Ayurvedic medicine for pain relief
Balances Kapha and Pitta doshas
Is used in Ayurveda for healing skin disorders and abscesses.
Is used to improve the efficacy of skin problems.
Is used as an anti-inflammatory in Ayurvedic itching medicine
Kushta (Saussurea lappa)
It pacifies Vata and Kapha imbalances.
This herb is useful in the treatment of gout, rheumatic and skin diseases.
Phalini (Callicarpa macrophylla)
Controls the bleeding of wounds
Used in Ayurveda as a blood purifier, anti-bacterial, wound healer and for relief from itching Ayurvedic medicine
Manchi (Cyperus malaccensis)
Is used in Ayurveda to cure sores
Jala (Coleus zeylanicus)
Reduces vitiated Kapha and Vata Doshas
Is used in Ayurveda as an antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, cytotoxic and antioxidant.
Dyamaga (Actiniopteris dichotoma)
Used as a styptic and anthelmintic
Useful in skin diseases
Sprikka (Anisomeles malabarica)
Useful in skin disease treatment
Balances three Doshas
Antibacterial and analgesic
Choraka (Cymbopogon martinii)
Useful in skin diseases, itching and pain
Used as an anti-bacterial and antioxidant
Kachola (Kaempferia galanga)
Is a pain reliever
Is used in traditional medicine as a stimulant, expectorant, carminative, diuretic and in respiratory ailments.
Tvak (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)
Is used in traditional medicine as a carminative, astringent, haemostatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic and expectorant.
Patra (Cinnamomum tamala)
Tagara (Valeriana wallichii)
Used in Ayurveda to treat weakness and wounds
Balances all the three Doshas
Controls the toxins in the body
Is used in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating medication
Sthauneya (Taxus baccata)
Is used in Ayurveda for its antirheumatic, anticatarrhal and wound-healing properties.
Jathi (Myristica Fragrans)
Myrrah (Balasamondron myrrah)
Is used in Ayurveda as an emmenagogue, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, astringent, stimulant, expectorant, stomachic, carminative and leucocytogenic.
It is a blood purifier and is used externally for treating acne, boils and pressure sores.
Suradaru (Cedrus deodara)
Balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas
Relieves the Ama in the body
Relieves swelling and used in Ayurveda as an anti-inflammatory
Agaru (Aquilaria Agallocha)
Is used in traditional medicine as an astringent, carminative, antiasthmatic and antidiarrhoeal, antidysenteric.
Is used to treat skin diseases and in Ayurvedic medicine for itching
Srivasaka (Gum From Acacia)
Is one of the most powerful Ayurvedic ingredients used to treat skin diseases
Kumkuma (Crocus sativus)
Is used in Ayurveda as an immunity enhancer and memory booster
Is useful in treating skin diseases and acne
Improves the complexion
Useful in wound healing
Chanda (Costus speciosis)
Is used in Ayurveda as a blood purifier and to treat skin diseases and abscesses
Guggulu (Commiphora mukul -gum)
Used in Ayurvedic medicine for its wound healing properties
Devadupa (Canrium strictum)
Is used to pacify vitiated Kapha and Vata Doshas.
Is used to treat skin diseases such as psoriasis.
Pura (Commiphora wightii)
Punnaga (Calophyllum Inophyllum)
Is used to treat abscesses and skin disorders
Relieves the metabolic waste Ama
Reduces vitiated Kapha and Pitta Dosha
Nagapushpa (Mesua ferrea)
To be used externally as per the instructions of an Ayurvedic doctor
When there is a buildup of Ama or the toxic metabolic waste in the body, it can cause skin issues. When this Ama affects the skin the Rasa (plasma), Rakta (blood), Lasika (lymph), and Mamsa (muscle) Dhatus or tissues get affected. Itchy skin may be caused by imbalances in different Doshas. When the Vata Dosha causes skin problems there is dryness and itching. Pitta and Kapha type skin problems will have more inflammation and sometimes the formation of boils and cysts can cause itching. Pitta is a heaty Dosha and there may be a feeling of heat and sweating that causes itching. Skin wounds that heal also suffer from itching. Even when a skin problem is being treated with appropriate medication, the itching is one of the most bothersome symptoms. It is best treated with topical Ayurvedic medicine for itching to soothe the skin and prevent the possibility of scratching and worsening the problem. An Ayurvedic doctor would also prescribe a diet that is less likely to irritate the skin.
Ayurvedic treatment for itching skin includes medication, treatment and diet to detoxify and eliminate the Ama. The patient would also have to eat food that is fresh, unprocessed and rich in nutrients to prevent the formation of Ama. Food and herbs to support the digestion ensure a good metabolism.
Itching is treated symptomatically generally. If the itching is caused by an allergic reaction it is treated with antihistamines. When it is caused by a skin condition, the condition is treated. It is also treated by adequately moisturising the skin and using medicated lotions to ease the itch. If the itch is triggered by certain foods, they are to be avoided.
Antiseptic, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Toxic.
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