Mahanarayana Thailam (100 Ml) for Muscle Stiffness

Mahanarayana Thailam(Oil) 100 Ml

Post Workout Massage Oil, Relieves Stiffness

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4.9 rating and 9 reviews

S.Prasad

S.Prasad on 05-12-2021

Very good topical medicament for the joint pains

Gaurav mukherjee

Gaurav mukherjee on 06-12-2021

I like it. It is good for pain relief. Masssage and relax.

Working out and practicing Yoga are the ways to a healthy life. With regular Yoga practice and exercise, one can go healthily through life, with a strong immunity. However, ‌one may have to face extreme post-workout fatigue and muscle pain.

In most cases this happens when we push our limits. While this is normal, the muscle soreness and pain can make it difficult to carry out day-to-day tasks for a few days, or even weeks.

Kerala Ayurveda Mahanarayana Thailam is an Abhyanga oil best known for relaxing muscles after exercise and Yoga sessions. Regular massage with this oil can strengthen the muscles and pace up the recovery, also helping manage joint pain related concerns.

Excess Vata in old age can lead to difficulties in movements. Through regular Abhyanga massages using Mahanarayana Thailam, the vitiated Vata can be pacified, providing lasting relief from joint stiffness and muscular tiredness.



Mahanarayana Thailam is rich with the following ingredients:

  • Bilva (Aegle marmelos)- has vatahara and pain-relieving properties
  • Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)- a muscle rejuvenator that relieves fatigue
  • Bala (Sida cordifolia)- strengthens muscles and bones
  • Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)- soothes muscles and joints

And other herbs such as:

  • Rasna (Alpinia officinarum)
  • Brahati (Solanum indicum)
  • Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris)
  • Syonaka (Oroxylum indicum)
  • Paribhadra (Erythrina indica)
  • Kantakari (Solanum surattense)
  • Rakta Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa)
  • Atibala (Abutilon indicum)
  • Agnimantha (Premna integrifolia)
  • Prasarana (Paederia Foetida)
  • Patala (Stereospermum suaveolens)

These herbs are cooked in a nourishing base of sesame oil and cow’s milk.



For best results, you can take the prescribed quantity of Mahanarayana Thailam in a bowl, and place the bowl in warm water to make it slightly warm. Once the oil is mildly heated, pick it up and sit in a comfortable position, on a non-slippery surface (preferably on the floor). Apply the oil thoroughly on your whole body for relief.



By regularly using Mahanarayana Thailam for Abhyanga, you can reap the following benefits:

  • Post-work workout relief: Mahanarayana Thailam is a relaxing massage oil that can soothe the muscles after a long, intensive workout or yoga session. When massaged, it penetrates deep into the skin and nourishes the exhausted muscles.
  • Relieves stiffness of joints: Mahanarayana Thailam is one of the best ayurvedic oils for knee joint pain that can ease joint stiffness and pain associated with old age.
  • A powerful blend of herbs: Herbs such as Indian bael or Bilva, Ginseng or Ashwagandha, Country mallow or Bala, Asparagus or Shatavari, and others give Mahanarayana Thailam, when cooked in sesame oil.


Regular use of Mahanarayana Thailam can have the following results:

  • Relief from joint pain and stiffness.
  • Flexibility of joints.
  • Relaxed muscles after workout and Yoga sessions.
  • Optimises Vata levels in old age.


Frequently Asked Questions

Mahanarayana Thailam is suitable for adults dealing with joint stiffness and joint pain. Apart from that, it is helpful for those seeking relief from post-workout muscle soreness and stronger muscles. Due to these specific benefits, Mahanarayana Thailam is not recommended for massaging babies.

Primarily, this oil helps relax sore muscles after prolonged workout or Yoga sessions. It is a self massage (Abhyanga) oil that can help relax pain and stiffness in joints and muscles.

The usage steps for this oil have been recommended in the “How to Use” section on this page.

Ayurveda often suggests that if you don’t have the time to go through a relaxing procedure, it makes a significant reason to go through that procedure, as it may help relax your body and mind for more productivity. Abhyanga is a relaxing massage procedure which should be done thoroughly. Try to take 15 minutes out, 30 minutes before taking a shower, and do a full body massage with Mahanarayana Thailam. You may soon start feeling more strength and less muscular fatigue. If this still seems difficult, you can do an Abhyanga massage twice a week.

Myaxyl is a knee pain oil offering fast relief. It’s considered good for sprains and spasms. Dhanwantharam Thailam is used as a pre and postnatal care oil and as a complete nourishment oil. Mahanarayana Thailam is different from both as it is generally used as a post-workout oil which offers relief from muscle and joint pain and stiffness.

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