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Ramtirth Brahmi Oil is a mixture of pure coconut oil and 22 selected natural herbs. It is produced scientifically according to an ancient formula keeping in view the health values of the ingredients, and quality and purity of the product. This oil promotes the growth of long and lustrous black hair and provides sound sleep. It helps in curing dandruff, burning of eyes and joint pain and is currently the leading brand in most countries as it is a success due to its consistent high quality and attractive packaging.
INGREDIENTS AND THEIR USES
Coconut Oil - Used externally in the treatment of ringworm. Expressed oil is used in the manufacture of cosmetics and other health preparation.
White Pumpkin (Dudi) - Oil extracted from the vegetable is cooling.
Lemon - Dissolves cataract and makes the eyesight clearer. It is also useful in rheumatism and against dandruff.
Brahmi - Oil is also prepared with this drug which is used in habitual headaches, to relieve brain fag etc.
Kothmir - Oil is very useful in flatulent colic, rheumatism, neuralgia etc.
Valo - Used externally to remove oppressive heat or burning of the body.
Gahunla - Fruits are used in leprosy.
Bavchi - Used in leprosy. Leprosy destroyer.
Sitalchini - Used in leprosy. Leprosy destroyer.
Uplet - Used in cough, asthma, chronic rheumatism and skin diseases, fever and dyspepsia. Applied to wounds and severe ulceration, resolving tumors with benefit.
Damaro - Used as a vermifuge against ascarides (not tapeworms).
Sandalwood Powder - Cooling application to the skin in arysipelas, puringo and sudamina.
Nagoda - Used in swelling of the joints from acute rheumatism over sprained limbs. Oil may be used as bathing oil, for rubbing on the heads in glandular swellings of the neck, coloughing wounds and ulcers.
Nagarmoth - Cure of chronic skin diseases. It is generally used in combination with other health remedies.
Ratanjot - Application to eruption. Used in rheumatism and palpitation of the heart.
Shankhpushpi - Given in insanity, epilepsy, scrofula and nervous debility.
Marvo - Used to the temples in hemicramia and to the ear in earache.
Vacha or Vaj - In chronic rheumatism. Burnt to cinder, mixed with coconut or castor oil and smeared over the abdomen, relieves flatulent colic.
Bhangro - Relives heatchem when applied with a little oil.
Amla - Tailam to head. Mixed in oil is a useful application for scabies or itch.
Rose Alba (Gulab) - Petals are cooling and astringent and used to relieve uterine hemorrhages.
Made in India
What You Need to Know about Brahmi Oil
If you know anything about Ayurveda, which is traditional Indian healing methods, then you’re probably familiar with brahmi oil. Brahmi oil is popular among Ayurvedic practitioners, and has several uses.
Brahmi oil is a good addition to your hair care regime. The oil helps stimulate hair growth, treats dandruff and prevents dry, scaly skin. In most cases, any brahmi oil you find will have other oils included. You might find brahmi oil that contains coconut oil, sesame oil and other herbs. It’s highly unlikely to find pure brahmi oil – unless you get the herb and make the oil on your own. In addition to applying the oil directly to your hair and scalp, you can mix it with shampoo, conditioner and other hair treatments. You can even give yourself a hot oil treatment with brahmi oil. Another option is to use the oil for a scalp massage. Scalp massage stimulates and revitalizes the scalp, while providing a relaxing massage. The good thing about the oil is that it’s not just for hair.
Brahmi oil is light enough to use as part of a skincare regime. It’s not thick or goopy enough to clog your pores. You can rub the oil into your skin for an all-over body massage. Some people even add the oil to their bath water. The oil is available online and from some stores that sell natural healthcare products. You will also find different brands of the oil. You might want to research online to see which brands are popular.
Additional Beauty Uses for Brahmi
In addition to oil, you can also purchase brahmi in powder form. When used as a rinse or shampoo, the powder strengthens hair roots, prevents dandruff and relieves itchy scalp. Unlike the oil, you must mix the powder with other herbs to achieve the best results. Some herbs you can use with brahmi powder include ashwagandha, tulsi, bhringraj, neem, and amla. You can probably find all or most of those herbs at the same location as the brahmi powder. You might want to do some research to see which herbs you’d like to try. When you’re sure about what you want, then you can purchase all of your herbs at the same time. That way you can use the powder as soon as possible, without waiting around for several packages to arrive.
Brahmi – in oil, powder and pill form – has several health uses. In the book Prescriptions for Herbal Healing, author Phyllis Balch discusses some of the health benefits of brahmi. Most notable is the herb’s ability to improve human brain function. Research shows that brahmi is good for preventing long-term and short-term memory loss. It’s also believed that brahmi treats Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and attention deficit disorder. The herb also reduces pain associated with joint pain and arthritis. Skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis are treatable with brahmi as well. That’s one of the reasons why brahmi oil is a popular for skin and scalp care.
Background of Brahmi
Brahmi oil comes from the brahmi herb. The herb grows in tropical marshes and wetlands found in India, Florida and Central America. It’s very noticeable because it’s hard to miss the white leaves floating on the surface of the water. Brahmi goes by several names. The fact that is has more identities than an undercover cop can cause confusion – especially when you’re trying to research the herb. Some additional names for brahmi are water hyssop, waterhyssop, bacopa monnieri and thyme-leafed gratiola.
Posted by Alexis Pierce on May 04 2011
This smells good to ME! I love the fact that I had it sent to my job and I washed my hands and put and put some with my fingertips on the tips of my hair! I can't get enough of it! I LOVE it because it has coconut oil in it! I plan to use it everyday! This is definitely a keeper in my hair routine! Love it and I am so happy that I found this website! :) Sign a new happy customer!
Posted by Alakea Kiani on Apr 30 2011
I bought this off of that 1 review and I smelled it and omg. It smells so bad, but I used it as a pre poo and left it on for abt 3-4 hours and shampooed it out. All I have to say is: This is the best thing for my hair in terms of making my ends smooth and helping my dandruff go away. I recommend this to anyone. Forget about the smell and sniff the results. :D
Posted by Unknown on Nov 08 2010
I heat this oil and massage it into my scalp on wash days. I love how it is free of pore-clogging mineral oil; instead, the base is coconut oil, which is also great for the hair and scalp. It has a light, unobtrusive herbal scent and I am on my second bottle.