It is obtained from the leaves which contains resins, fragrant and volatile oil. It is mostly prepared with sesame seed oil. It is used in wound healing and grey hairs. It is categorized as anthelmintic and anti-toxin.
It is a richest source of vitamin C among Indian goose berry which makes it one of the best anti-inflammatory and anti-biotic herb. It has pungent, bitter and astringent taste, hot potency and pungent post digest effect. It balances vata and kapha. It has antipyretic and anti-arthritic properties and is used in diseases like typhoid fever, malaria fever, worms, dermatose and adenitis.
For better results, Nirgundi oil available at Planet Ayurveda is processed with extracts of some important other herbs as well like Manjista, Haridra, Kalihari. These wonderful herbs increases Nirgundi oil’s actions and make it more efficient.
Ingredients Used in Preparation of Nirgundi Oil
Each 10 ml Contains:
|Sr. No.||Name||Latin Name||Qty.|
|1||Tila Oil||Sesamum indicum||10ml.|
|Processed with Extracts of Following Herbs:-|
- Product form – This product comes in oil form
- Package type – Bottle pack
- Package quantity – 100 ml
- Product pack available – This product can be bought in packs of 1 to 2 bottles
Nirgundi oil is used for external application only. Apply on affected skin area. Leave it for 10-15 minutes and wash with lukewarm water. It is more beneficial to apply nirgundi oil before bath to reduce swelling, pain and irritation. Sometimes it is also used for nasal therapy or nasal instillation.
Duration of Usage
Externally it can be used for a very long period of time while for nasya therapy it should not be continued for more than a month.