Jathyadi Ghritham

10 Gm

₹35.00

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Jathyadi Ghritham

Jathyadi Ghritham To Heal Your Skin

Jathyadi Ghritham is an Ayurvedic preparation that has a combination of herbs that make it an excellent wound-healing cream. Its skin-soothing and moisturising properties make it a lip balm for dry lips, ointment for breast cracks and a foot crack cream. It’s a multi-purpose natural wound healing cream made of traditionally used Ayurvedic ingredients. It is very useful for application to heal non-healing wounds. This medicine is in a ghee base and is a fragrant and effective balm for application on damaged or cracked skin areas. 

 

Ingredients

Malathi (Jasminum grandiflorum)

  • Jasmine
  • Balances all three Doshas
  • Improves the skin complexion
  • Relieves skin conditions like scabies and itching
  • Is used in Ayurveda for wound healing and in treating ulcers

Paribhadra (Erythrina indica)

  • Balances Kapha and Vata Doshas
  • Relieves inflammation and swelling
  • Is used as an Antiseptic in Ayurveda
  • Is used in Ayurvedic formulations for topical application on non-healing wounds

Parpataka (Oldenlandia umbellata)

  • Is used in Ayurveda for its antimicrobial activity
  • Is used in Ayurvedic medicines to treat dermatitis

Sushavi (Calicopteris floribunda)

  • Pacifies vitiated Pitta and Kapha Doshas
  • Useful in Ayurvedic medicine for skin diseases and ulcers

Raktapamarga (Cyanthula prostrata)

  • Pacifies vitiated Vata and Kapha Doshas

Bhadrika (Aerva lanata)

  • Pacifies vitiated Vata and Kapha Doshas

Nirgundi (Vitex negundo)

  • Balances Vata and Kapha Dosha
  • Helps in Ayurvedic medicine to heal wounds making it ideal for cracked lips treatment

Jalani (Lagenaria siceraria)

  • Bottle gourd
  • Used in Ayurveda to relieve itching and treat skin diseases

Upakunjika (Physalis minima)

  • Is used in Ayurveda as an analgesic anti-inflammatory

Durva (Cynodon dactylon)

  • Is useful in wound healing making it an ideal ingredient in a cracked heels remedy

Madhuyashti (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

  • Used in Ayurveda for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antacid properties

Madhucchista (Beeswax)

  • Useful in wound healing and Ayurvedic skin balms

Ghritha (Ghee)

  • Excellent for Vata Dosha vitiation
  • Is prescribed in Ayurveda as an excellent lubricant of the connective tissues
  • Is thought to be essential to the smooth flow of the contents of the bowels in the digestive process
  • Ayurveda attributes the ability to balance the body and mind to the intake of ghee
  • When used topically it soothes Pitta Dosha related skin problems

Haridra (Curcuma longa)

  • Turmeric
  • Reduces toxins
  • Excellent for skin

All of us have suffered from dry and inflamed areas of the skin at some point in time.  Sometimes, dry and chapped lips are the result of extreme weather. Cracked lips and heels can be a purely aesthetic or cosmetic problem. But when they worsen they can bleed and cause pain and discomfort. Cracked nipples can be very painful and lead to further infections. When a breastfeeding mother has cracked nipples it makes for a very painful situation for the mother and can cause extreme discomfort when feeding a baby. It’s the wound healing capacity of the body that determines how quickly one recovers from such superficial wounds and issues on the body surface. 

 

Western Medicine And Healing Dry Cracked Areas Of Skin

  • When there is a wound on the skin the healing process takes place in four phases.

    • The first phase is when the body attempts to stop bleeding and form a clot to seals the bleed
    • The body then tries to fight any potential infection at the site. The platelets secrete chemicals that are the cause of inflammation at the wound site. More white blood cells are sent to the area and they eliminate bacteria and any threats that could cause infection
    • The white blood cells also secrete chemicals that speed up the repair of damaged tissue in the area. This phase is marked by added redness, pain and swelling at the site
    • The body then starts making new skin in the last healing phase 
  • Chapped lips are a common and uncomfortable condition. It’s called cheilitis. Since the skin on the lips is thinner and drier than the rest of the skin they are prone to get dry easily. The lips also do not have any oil glands which makes them more prone to drying out.

  • Habits such as smoking, getting overexposed to extreme cold or sun, licking the lips or using the worn products on the lips can worsen the problem. Dehydration and medications that cause the body to become dehydrated can cause dry and chapped lips.

  • There are two reasons for cracked nipples. One could be that a baby is not able to latch on properly and the improper pressure on the breast is causing soreness and eventually cracking of the nipples. If using a breast pump the funnel should not irritate the nipple area of the breast. Sometimes, eczema-like conditions, infections of the skin or irritants such a cosmetics used can cause sore and cracked nipples. 

  • Cracked heels are heels that have a thick layer of dry skin that develops cracks or fissures. It’s at the very least uncomfortable but can lead to serious infections. 

 

Ayurveda And Cracked Or Dry Skin Issues

Ayurveda is based on the principles of the three Doshas; Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These three Doshas in balance enhance the good health of a person whereas when they are out of balance they cause health problems that correspond to the Dosha that is out of balance. Vata is the Dosha that is more closely related to air. It’s also the Dosha that in excess can cause dry skin conditions. Ayurveda treats Vata Dosha skin problems through both external and internal means. A combination of the external application of oils and Ayurvedic preparations are complemented by the intake of herbal preparations as well as a proper diet. 

Ayurveda sets a great store by lifestyle and habit modification for better health. One should avoid bathing in water that’s too hot and using very harsh soaps. Keeping oneself well hydrated by drinking enough water is very important. Ayurveda recommends drinking warm water instead of cold. Eating nutritious food that is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and plenty of nuts is essential to prevent dry skin. Healthy fats are important and one can use cow ghee in food preparation. Getting enough sleep and sufficient exercise keep the body’s metabolism working well. Avoiding stress and exposure to extreme weather improves the condition of the skin. 




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Chronic Ulcer, Fistula, Skin Disease, Helps heal Wounds.

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