Nimbamruthadi Castor Oil

30 Ml

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Nimbamruthadi Castor Oil

Nimbamruthadi Castor Oil - Ayurvedic Medicine For Constipation And Skin Diseases 

 

Nimbamruthadi castor oil is an Ayurvedic laxative that helps to manage constipation and improve the Dosha balance and enhance proper digestion and bowel movements. It’s also an Ayurvedic treatment for skin disease and supports blood purification. 

Nimbamruthadi castor oil is an Ayurvedic formulation that is made with a castor oil base with neem and other herbal ingredients. It’s used in Ayurveda for skin diseases. It’s also used in Ayurvedic treatment for constipation.   

 

Ingredients

Nimba (Azadirachta indica)

  • Curry leaf
  • Protects the liver and helps in detoxification

Patola (Trichosanthes cucumerina)

  • Supports gastric health
  • Purifies blood - detoxifier

Brahati (Solanum indicum)

  • One of the Dasha Moola herbs
  • Ayurvedic anti-inflammatory

Eranda Thaila (Castor Oil)

  • Traditional medicine for rheumatism, lumbago and sciatica

Gulgulu (Commiphora mukul)

  • Used in Ayurvedic medication to reduce joint inflammation
  • Also used in traditional medicine for its wound healing properties

Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia

  • Balances all the three Doshas
  • Used as an adaptogen in Ayurveda. 
  • Helps the body resist stress and illness. 
  • Relieves Ama - detoxifier

Vidanga (Embelia ribes)

  • Wound healing properties in Ayurveda
  • Balances Vata Dosha
  • Enhances movement in the body

Gajapippali (Balanosphora fungose

  • Balances Kapha and Vata Doshas
  • Used in Ayurvedic medicine to reduce pain and inflammation
Chavarkaram (Carbonate of potash) Thuvarchilakkaram (Sodium sulphate)

Haridra (Curcuma longa)

  • Turmeric
  • Reduces toxins (Ama)
  • Excellent for the skin

Chavyam (Piper retrofractum

  • Balances Kapha and Vata Doshas
  • Increases Pitta Dosha
  • Relieves Ama formation 

Devadaru (Cedrus deodara)

  • Balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas
  • Relieves the Ama in the body - detoxifier
  • Relieves swelling and used in Ayurveda as an anti-inflammatory

Satahua (Peucedanum graveolens)

  • The Indian dill seed
  • Stimulates Agni or digestive fire
  • Balances the Vata and Kapha Doshas and aggravates Pitta Dosha

Jyothishmati (Celastrus paniculatus)

  • Hot in nature
  • Used in Ayurvedic medicine for wound healing, arthritis treatment and pain relief
  • Used in Ayurveda for its antioxidant and anti-cholesterol properties

Maricha (Piper nigrum)

  • Black Pepper
  • Balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas and aggravates Pitta Dosha
  • Helps the digestive fire (Agni)
  • Used in Ayurvedic medicine as an analgesic and antipyretic

Kutaja (Holarrhena antidysenterica)

  • Detoxifier

Sunthi (Zingiber officinale)

  • Aids in efficient digestion

Chitraka (Plumbago indica)

  • Digestive
  • Pacifies the Vata Dosha

Patha (Cyclea peltata)

  • Used in Ayurveda to aid quick wound healing
  • Useful in skin disorders

Ajmoda (Trachyspermum Ammi

  • Ignites digestive fire

Kushta (Saussurea lappa)

  • Pacifies Vata and Kapha diseases

Vasaka (Adathoda vasica)

  • Used in traditional medicine as an anti-allergic, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, styptic

 

 

Western Medicine - Constipation And Skin Diseases

 

Constipation

  • Constipation occurs when a person has difficulty passing stools regularly or easily. A person who passes fewer than three bowel movements a week is defined as constipated
  • Constipation can occur due to a physical obstruction in the large intestine or due to poor diet and lifestyle
  • A diet that is devoid of fiber and composed largely of processed food usually results in constipation
  • Inadequate intake of water can lead to dehydration and also cause constipation. Some people replace water with caffeinated drinks and carbonated drinks which makes dehydration worse
  • When a person is stressed or experiences a sudden change in routines such as during travels, it can cause problems with digestion and passing stool
  • Being active and getting enough exercise has a beneficial effect on the digestive system. Being inactive, leading a sedentary lifestyle, being confined to a bed or a chair are reasons for constipation in some people
  • A mechanical obstruction such as hernia, blockage, diverticulosis, scar tissue and tumours can also cause constipation
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) causes extremes between diarrhoea and constipation
  • An added complication with constipation is that it can cause anal tears and fissures as well as symptomatic haemorrhoids (piles)

 

Skin Problems

  • Skin disorders are varied. They can be temporary or chronic, mild or very severe and life-threatening. While a few skin problems are caused by genetics, others are caused by a weak immune system, bacterial infections, fungal infections, parasites, viral infections, allergens, irritants or problems with other parts of the body such as the thyroid, immune system or kidneys
  • IBS or inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes and lupus can cause skin problems
  • Hormonal changes that are experienced during pregnancy or adolescence can cause skin problems like acne
  • Western medicine treats skin problems with creams, ointments, vitamins, steroid injections, antibiotics, laser therapy and antihistamines. Specific infections are treated with targeted medications. If the skin problem is caused by an underlying condition, that condition is also treated
  • Skin problems can be prevented by maintaining high standards of hygiene such as not sharing personal items, utensils and washing hands often. One should be careful to avoid physical contact with a person with an infectious skin problem
  • A diet that is not rich in nutrients, inadequate sleep and stress can all compromise the immune system and add to the problem

 

Ayurveda’s View Of Digestive And Skin Problems

Ayurveda gives prime importance to the food intake and digestion of a person. When a person does not digest food properly and then metabolise it efficiently there is the formation of a toxin called Ama. Ayurveda defines Ama as the cause of many diseases. The digestion is governed by the digestive fire Agni. The strength of the digestive Agni fluctuates with the sun. It’s thought to be stronger during the day with the peak strength at noon. This is why Ayurveda recommends that the heaviest meal be taken at lunch. However, with hectic lifestyles and non-traditional working hours, the afternoon meal is usually rushed and we relax and the largest meal is eaten at night. This is not conducive to good digestion. Intake of enough food and vegetables along with other foods that have enough natural fiber ensures that the contents of the bowels move properly. When a person’s diet is heavy on processed and smooth foods devoid of fiber it can lead to constipation. One should eat food that is warm and in a relaxed atmosphere for good digestion.

The daytime is when the body is in its state of absorption. So, when one has a bowel movement in the morning all the waste matter is moved out with no chance of the toxins being reabsorbed into the body. Ideally, a bowel movement should make a person feel light and better. Ignoring the urge to pass a bowel movement is a reason for constipation according to Ayurveda. 

All movement in the body is governed by the Vata Dosha. A problem with this Dosha causes improper movement of the content of the bowels. Vata is also a dry Dosha and when not in balance can dry out the bowel contents causing constipation. Pitta Dosha is also drying because of its hot nature. The Apana Vata is the component of the Vata Dosha that governs downward movement that includes the movement of the bowels. The Kapha Dosha imbalance can cause excess mucus in the digestive tract that blocks the movement of the contents causing constipation. 

The sign of a well balanced and healthy body is the glowing skin of the person. Different Dosha imbalances create skin problems in different ways. The Vata Dosha when not in balance causes skin problems such as dryness, discolouration and nerve symptoms such as prickling and pain. Kapha Dosha related skin problems are oily, pale in colour and oozing or with ulcers. The Pitta Dosha when not in balance has red or copper coloured skin problems with ulceration, inflammation or oozing. There are several Dhatus that are involved in skin problems and they are Lasika (lymph), Rakta (blood), Mamsa (muscle), and Rasa (plasma) Dhatus. The build-up of Ama also causes skin problems.




INDICATION:

As a Purgative in Rheumatic Arthritis, Tubular Ulcer, Skin Diseases.

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