Posted On : 31 December, 2013
Ayurveda suggests that Nose is the gateway to the head, so an Ayurvedic medicine administered through nose can be fast acting and quick to show results in head and neck conditions.
Anu Tailam everyday use as nasya or nasal oil inhalation is considered very beneficial to achieve good health and wellbeing.
Anu thailam is herbal and Ayurvedic oil used for nasal instillation for various diseases. It is beneficial in diseases of head, brain, face, nose, ears and eyes. Its use is generally recommended in chronic headache, problem of migraine, hair fall, sinusitis and blemishes.
In formulation of anu thailam, sesame oil and goat milk is used to prepare oil from some herbs. The main ingredients are Holostemma adakodien, Coleus vettiveroides, Cyperus rotundus, Cinnamomum verum, Cedrus deodara, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Nelumbo nucifera, Aegle marmelos, Ocimum sanctum etc.
Anu thailam is a herbal medicated oil. It is processed with various herbs that have positive affect on head, brain, face, nose etc. According to ayurveda, it works on all three humors and almost everyone can take advantages of it.
Nose is one of the routes that goes to brain. Anu thailam considered to provide strength to the brain, nerves and facial muscles. Therefore, it is widely recommended in ayurveda in treatment of facial palsy or Bell’s palsy.
It has cleansing effects on nose so it aids in elimination of excess mucous from the nasal cavity and balances adequate secretions of mucus. It possesses anti-bacterial properties as well. Therefore, it does not only removes purulent mucus but may also help to kill the bacteria that cause infections. Thus, it is may be very beneficial in chronic cases of sinusitis.
It is not only an ayurvedic medicine that is used in treatment of above diseases. It is also recommedned as a prophylactic oil against various diseases of nose, face and hairs and suggested to be used everyday for a healthy individual to stay healthy.
Anu tailam should be prescribed by an Ayurvedic doctor after careful assessment of the patient.
It is best to perform face massage with Ayurvedic oil before administering nasya.
A light steam should be offers after massage with either facial steam or warm face towel, before administering nasya.
It may cause somewhat irritation in nose for a while.
There is no side effects mentioned in Ayurveda texts or reported by clients as such from prescribed therapeutic dosage of this preparation. It is advisable that Ayurveda medicine and treatment are generally considered to be safe when taken under the supervision and guidance of a Qualified and Registered Ayurveda Doctor, but rarely may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases. We recommend seeking urgent medical attention in the case of an adverse reaction.
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