Mahamirchadi oil is a classical Ayurvedic formulation that is used in the management of various skin problems. It is a herbomineral formulation. It is a strong pungent smell and has antifungal, antimicrobial, and antibacterial properties. This oil is helpful in pacifying Vata and Pitta dosha. This oil is used in the treatment of sciatica, wounds, skin irritation, eczema, pruritus, dermatitis, burned skin, paralysis, neck stiffness, vitiligo, discoloration of the skin, etc. It also has antiseptic properties and is very effective against infective wounds.
- Kali Maricha (Piper nigrum)
- Nishotha (Operculina turpethum)
- Dantimoola (Baliospermum montanum)
- Arka dugdha (extract of Calotropis procera)
- Devdaru (Cedrus deodara)
- Haldi (Curcuma longa)
- Daruhaldi (Berberis aristata)
- Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi)
- Kuth (Saussurea lappa)
- Lal chandan (Pterocarpus santalinus)
- Indrayan moola (Citrullus colocynthis)
- Kaner ki jad (Roots of Nerium indicum)
- Harital (Purified Arsenic trioxide)
- Manahshila (Realgar)
- Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)
- Kalahari (Gloriosa superba)
- Vaividang (Embelia ribes)
- Pavad ke beej (Seeds of Carica papaya)
- Siras ki chal (Bark of Albizia lebbeck)
- Kutaj ki chal (Holarrhena antidysenterica)
- Neem ki chaal (Bark of Azadirachta indica)
- Saptaparna (Alstonia scholaris)
- Snuhi dugdha (Extract of Euphorbia nerifolia)
- Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)
- Amaltas (Cassia fistula)
- Karanj ke beej (Seeds of Pongamia pinnata)
- Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotundus)
- Khadir (Acacia catechu)
- Pippal (Ficus religiosa)
- Vacha (Acorus calamus)
- Malkangni (Celastrus paniculatus)
Description Of The Ingredients
1. Kali Maricha
This is a wonderful herb for digestion and respiratory problems. It has Laghu (light), and tikshna (sharp) properties. Its ras (taste) is katu (pungent). Its Vipaka (post digestion effect) and virya (potency) is katu (pungent) and ushna (hot). It is also used for skin problems like eczema, dermatitis, inflammation, and is also very useful in various eye problems.
This herb is very helpful in skin problems. It is also known as Trivrit and its properties are light, dry, and sharp properties. It has purgative action and is helpful in various pitta-related problems such as indigestion, skin rashes, skin irritation, dermatitis, eczema, etc.
This herb is used for the management of various skin problems. It has Kapha and Pitta pacifying properties. It is used in the treatment of inflammation, pain, piles, wounds, blood disorders, etc.
4. Arka dugdha
This extracted form is used in the management of various diseases such as light, dry, and sharp. Its taste is pungent and bitter. The medicinal properties include anti-inflammatory, wound healing, antiseptic, antimicrobial, etc.
This tree is famous for its enormous health benefits. This tree has light properties and has a bitter taste. It is used in pacifying Kapha and Vata dosha. Locally it is used for inflammation, pain, skin problems, wounds, etc.
This herb is known for its antiseptic properties. It has dry and light properties. Its potency is hot and has tridosha shamak properties i.e. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha dosha. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic, antibacterial, etc.
This herb has light and dry properties. The taste of this herb is bitter and astringent and therefore it is used in pacifying Kapha and Pitta dosha. This herb has antiseptic properties, thus helpful in skin problems also.
The properties of this herb are light and unctuous and the taste of this herb is bitter, astringent, and sweet. It is used in pacifying Vata, Pitta, and Kapha dosha. Local application of jatamansi is used in alleviating burning sensation, improves complexion, and has pain-killing properties.
This ingredient is used in managing various kushtha roga (skin problems) due to its blood purifying properties. It has Pitta and Kapha pacifying action. It is used in diseases like eczema, dermatitis, pain, inflammation, etc.
10. Lal chandan
This is known as red sandalwood. It is primarily used for skin problems and also for cosmetic purposes. It is used in the treatment of blemishes, skin rashes, acne, dermatitis, etc. It helps in removing toxins from the skin. It has cold potency thus helpful in pacifying Pitta dosha.
11. Indrayan mool
This herb has a bitter taste and pungent post digestion effect. It is used in the management of cough, cold, skin problems, bloating, wounds, diabetes, goiter, etc.
This herb is used in the treatment of skin diseases like dermatitis, psoriasis, wounds, skin irritation, skin inflammation, etc. it is also used in heart problems, dyspnea, etc. It has blood purifying properties also.
It is a purified mineral formulation used in the management of chronic skin problems. Its taste is pungent and astringent. It pacifies Kapha and vata dosha. It also has blood purifying properties.
This is an important arsenic compound that is used in Ayurveda for diseases like fever, inflammation, constipation, insomnia, etc. The Ayurvedic properties of this ingredient are Snigdha, ushna, and guru and its taste are Bitter.
This herb has a very effective digestive action. It is used in the treatment of indigestion, bloating, vomiting, abdominal pain, diabetes, etc. It also reduces blood cholesterol levels and promotes weight loss. This herb has deepan and pachan properties. It can also be used for external applications.
It is used in skin problems such as dermatitis, eczema, skin rash, etc. It has light and sharp properties. Its taste is pungent and bitter. It is used in Kapha and Vata dosha disorders.
This herb has kapha and Vata shamak properties. This herb has deworming action. It is used in the management of intestinal worms, skin infections, indigestion, low digestive fire, etc.
18. Pavad ke beej
It has Laghu (light), Ruksha (dry), and tikshna (sharp) properties. Its ras (taste) is katu (pungent), and tikta (bitter). Its Vipaka (post digestion effect) and virya (potency) is katu (pungent) and ushna (hot). It has a great role in skin problems.
19. Siras ki chal
The properties of this herb are light, dry, and sharp properties. Its taste is astringent, bitter, and sweet. It has tridosha shamak properties. It is helpful in managing various kinds of skin problems. It is beneficial in lymphadenitis, inflammation, skin itching, etc.
20. Kutaj ki chaal
It is very beneficial in digestive problems. It has anti-diarrheal properties, thus helpful in providing relief from mild to severe diarrhea. This herb has Kapha and Pitta pacifying properties. It has wound healing properties also.
21. Neem ki chaal
This herb is a wonderful ingredient for skin problems. It provides great relief in every skin disease. It has Pitta pacifying properties. The bark of this tree has potent anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, wound healing properties. It is also helpful in diabetes and indigestion.
The Ayurvedic properties of this herb are light and unctuous. Its taste is bitter and astringent. It is helpful in pacifying Kapha and Pitta dosha. Saptaparna has blood purifying properties thus very helpful in skin diseases.
This herb has a purgative effect thus helpful in pacifying Vata and Kapha dosha. It has light and sharp properties. It is used in the treatment of skin problems, indigestion, piles, inflammation, pain, etc.
This herb is also known as Amrita in Ayurveda because it is used in every disease due to its Tridosha pacifying properties. The Ayurvedic properties of this herb are; Guna (properties) heavy and unctuous. Ras (taste) is Tikta (bitter), Kashay (astringent). Its potency is ushna (hot).
This herb has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antiseptic properties. It is used in diseases like constipation, skin diseases, gout, arthritis, inflammation, etc.
26. Karanj ke beej
This herb is used in the treatment of skin problems like dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, skin itching, pain, inflammation, etc. It has Kapha and Vata shamak (pacifying) properties.
This herb is also known as Musta. It has a great role in providing relief from skin inflammation, skin itching, and skin irritation. It has Kapha and Pitta pacifying properties. It is also useful in urinary disorders.
It is a wonderful herb for all skin problems. It is used in balancing Kapha and Pitta dosha. It is also used in the treatment of indigestion, diarrhea, worm infestation, and bleeding disorders.
This tree is known for its sacred place in the Hindu religion. It is used in the treatment of vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, gout, bleeding disorders, cough, etc. It pacifies Kapha and Pitta dosha.
This herb is very effective against neurological disorders. It has Vata and Kapha pacifying properties and along with that it also increases Pitta dosha. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory actions also.
It has Vata and Kapha pacifying properties. It is used in the treatment of skin inflammation, skin itching, etc. It also acts as a nervous tonic. It manages all the vata disorders.
- Skin problems
- Skin irritation
- Skin sores
- Ringworm infection
- Skin burns
How To Apply
Apply directly on the affected side of the body.
- Use this oil under the doctor advise
- Wash thoroughly your hands after massaging
- Do not touch your eyes until your hands are not properly cleaned or washed after massage
- Keep away from children
At last, we concluded that Ayurvedic formulations have a great role in providing enormous health benefits. They are free from chemicals and preservatives and do not cause any kind of side effects on the body. This is an ancient medical science made from natural herbs. This oil shows very great results in skin problems.
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