Dashamula (Dasamoolam) Oil Sree Sankara
Dasamoolam Enna - Ayurvedic Head- and Body Massge Oil
Item No: 7008/1
According to ayurvedic tradition, Solanum xanthocarpum is part of the "five light roots" that are used to balance Vata disturbances. In combination with the "five great roots" they form the "ten roots": "Dasamool".
According to Ayurveda, the Dasamool herbal mixture has a heating effect which can balance particularly Vata- and Kapha imbalances that are found mainly in the lower part of the torso. Dasamool is therefore also called "ayurvedic sweat herb".
The Sree Sankara Dasamool oil, also known under the name Dasamoolam Enna, warms up the massed regions and therefore has a very beneficial effect.
The Dasamool Ayurveda massage oil does not contain any emulsifiers and can therefore become hard at lower temperatures. For optimal use, carefully heat the oil up to 36-40° C in a warm water bath. Shake the bottle well before use.
Afte the massage, let the oil be absorbed by the skin for at least 30 minutes, or better over night, before taking a bath or shower.
Ayurvedic source text: Ashtangahrudayam.
- 250 ml
- 1 liter
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Sesamum Indicum Oil, Gmelina Arborea, Aegle Marmelos, Stereospermum Suaveolens, Oroxylon Indicum, Premna Latifolia, Desmodium Gangeticum, Pseudarthria Viscida, Solanum Indicum, Solanum Xanthocarpum, Tribulus Terrestris.