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Kumkumadi Thailam – Benefits, Uses and Ingredients

  • Maintains healthy blood circulation
  • Maintains healthy skin
  • Balances three doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha (physical energies) in body
  • 100% natural product
  • Absolutely free from chemicals, additives, extra colors, fillers and yeast etc.
  • Formulated by M.D Ayurveda experts
  • Available at reasonable cost

Net Volume - 30 ml.

Directions for Uses

Clean face, pat dry and gently massage 10-15 drops of Kum Kumadi Tailam. Allow to remain on face for at least 10-15 minutes. For best results leave the application overnight and wash in the morning.

Special Instructions

Skin Sensitivity to oil application may be tested for suitability prior to application.

Ingredients of Kumkumadi Tailam

It contains the following ingredients:

S. No. Herb Used Latin Name Quantity
1. Rakta Chandan Pterocarpus santalinus 1.25%
2. Manjistha Rubia cordifolia 1.25%
3. Yashtimadhu Glycyrrhiza glabra 1.25%
4. Daruhaldi Berberis aristata 1.25%
5. Ushira Vetiveria zizanioides 1.25%
6. Padmaka Prunus puddum 1.25%
7. Vat Ficus benghalensis 1.25%
8. Kesar Crocus sativus 1.25%
9. Pipal Ficus religiosa 1.25%
10. Nagkesar Mesua ferrea 1.25%
11. Til Sesamum indicum 100%
12. Cow Milk 100%
13. Dashmool Powder 60%

Where to buy Kumkumadi Tailam?

To buy Kumkumadi Tailam, please visit store.planetayurveda.com/kumkumadi-thailam.html

WHAT ARE FACIAL SKIN PROBLEMS?

Skin blemishes, dry skin, patchy skin with marks, pimples, dark under eye circles, marks on face etc. are some of very common issue among youngsters and also with other age people.

Modern life has made our life so messy that we are occupied with one or the other problem. Very common and embracing situation is when we feel some odd things on our face which we never wish.

People spend a lot to buy products and keep experimenting with their delicate skin which is not all good.

Acne

It is an inflammatory situation of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands. These are one of the most dangerous nightmares of every woman. It is characterized by lesions, which erupt all of a sudden on the face, chest, shoulders, neck, back and other parts of the body. Pimples, blackheads, whiteheads are some of the common forms of acne. This happens mainly due to the irregular eating habits and dietary practice. Constipation, gastric ailments, physical inactivity, stress, excess consumption of tobacco and alcohol are some of the other causes of acne.

Skin blemishes

These are skin imperfections like acne marks and dark spots. These are usually result of oil clogged pores and stress also contributes a lot.

Dry skin

It is extremely common during the winters. The dry air takes out the moisture from the oily smooth skin and makes the skin dry and flaky.

WHAT ARE AYURVEDIC THOUGHTS?

Health is achieved when there is perfect harmony between your body, mind and spirit. A disruption between these is responsible for sickness or health ailment.

Vata, Pitta and Kapha are three doshas which indicate your Prakriti or body nature. As per your body nature, body demands diet and life style.

Pitta and Vata doshas vitiation is responsible for accumulation of toxins which get settled on face to present with acne, blemishes, dark patches etc.

WHAT IS KUMKUMADI OIL?

  • Kumkumadi oil is a natural product which has its reference in Charak Samhita (ancient ayurvedic book) too as it is a classical preparation.
  • Kumkumadi oil maintains healthy skin.
  • It balances pitta and other doshas in body.
  • It maintains healthy blood circulation.

IS DIET IMPORTANT WHILE USING NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS EXTERNALLY?

Ayurveda believes to go for natural diet only even person is healthy. It's our diet and life style only which make us sick.

So if you are using some natural supplements like natural oils for external use, it's equally important to maintain a healthy diet.

  • Drink plenty of water
  • Prefer lot of Fruits and leafy Vegetables
  • Exercise must be a part of daily routine
  • Avoid constipation
  • Avoid eating outside
  • Practice Yoga and Meditation

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