A recipe that has been tried and tested for thousands of years.
Are you familiar with that? Shortly after getting up in the morning your joints feel stiff and walking is difficult? And in the evening you just want to put your feet up for a long and soothing massage?
We have good news for you, Shalathya massage oil, an oil that supports your body with natural means.
Enjoy a soothing massage with the authentic Shalathya massage oil from Ayurveda.
The unique ingredients of Shalathya massage oil is what makes this oils so special:
The valuable and fragrant sesame oil is the carrier for this massage oil. Obtained from the seeds of the sesame plant, which grows up to 1.2 meters high. The numerous long fruits of the plant contain small seeds that are ground and then pressed into oil.
With it's characteristic aromatic smell, this oil has a wonderful and relaxing balancing effect on the dosha's.
The winder cherry, Withania Somnifera is also known as the Indian ginseng. In Sanskrit it's name is "Ashwagandha". It is used in Ayurveda for it's toning properties and an integral part of many massage oils. Ashwagandha balances the kapha and vata dosha's and will help the skin look invigorated while at the same time facilitation a relaxing experience.
Solanum Indicum is a small, thorny shrub that grows mainly in shady on fallow land. The branched, prickly nightshade family is common through India. It's Ayurvedic name is Brihati. The dried root of the plant is a common component of Ayurvedic massage oils as the plant has a stimulating effect on the pitta dosha.
The sand mallow, Sida Cordifolia is a beautiful, delicate, yellow blooming flower, related to our european mallow. The Sanskrit name of this beautiful flower already reveals everything about its application: "Bala" translates to "The one that gives strength and power". In addition the sand mallow has softening properties and reduces the Vata dohsa. In Ayurveda all parts of the sand mallow are used, but the highest concentration of active ingredients is found in the roots.
This aster plant, with the Latin name Pluchea Lanceolata is a 1.5m high shrub with purple flowers reminiscent of thistle flowers. In Ayurveda, the flowers and leaves are used in the creation of Ayurvedic oils to balance Kapha doshas.
Like the sand mallow, the indian mallow or Abutilon Indicum belongs to the mallow family, but these two plants should not be confused. Known as Atibala in sanskrit, this plant grows into a small, tropical shrub. It's five-petaled flowers are bright sun yellow.
The softening and calming properties of this plant are described in the ancient Ayurvedic texts. All parts of the plant can be used, though commonly only the roots and flowers are used.
Quantity: 100 ml
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Quantity: 100 ml
This is how to use Shalathya Massage Oil: Take 5 ml of oil and gently massage it on the joints and muscles for 15 to 20 minutes. Excess oil that has not been absorbed can be wiped or washed off. Keep the treated areas warm and covered with clothing after use.
The best time to use Shalathya Massage Oil is in the evening before going to bed. You can leave the oil on overnight and wash it off in the morning with lukewarm water.
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