Chemparathyadi Thailam 100ml (balances all doshas, treatment for skin diseases like eczema, scabies, and pruritis)

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Chemparuthyadi Keratailam is a traditional herbal oil, used in the Ayurvedic treatment of skin and hair  diseases. It is a reputed coconut oil in all children’s ailments. It is used for external application over the head and body. Chemparuthadi Keratailam is prepared in a coconut oil base. 

Packaging Size:

100ml x 3

Indications:

  • Eczema
  • Scabies
  • Pruritis
  • Scalp itchiness
  • Dandruff.

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Chemparathyadi thailam is known to balance all the three doshas and is useful for the skin and hair.

Chemparuthyadi Keratailam ingredients:

  • Keratailam – coconut oil
  • Japa – Hibiscus rosa sinensis
  • Vilwa patra – Leaves of Aegle marmelos
  • Paranti – Ixora coccinia
  • Nagavallika – Betel leaf – Piper betle
  • Tulasi – Holy Basil –  Ocimum sanctum
  • Neeli – Indigofera tinctoria

  • Vasini – Biophytum candolleanum

  • Tamalaki – Phyllanthus niruri
  • Jiraka – Cuminum cyminum
  • Krishnajiraka – Nigella sativa

Hibiscus is one of the most renowned herbs used for hair growth. It has gained popularity because of its ability to stimulate hair growth even from dormant hair follicles in bald patches. The flower is an efficient remedy to put a stop to hair fall, encourage regrowth, and prevent premature graying.

  • The flower stimulates hair regrowth from dormant follicles and bald patches. This helps thicken your hair and add volume.
  • It also helps condition your hair, preventing dryness, frizz, and breakage.
  • It helps you treat issues of the scalp, such as itchiness and dandruff.
  • Hibiscus leaves help to prevent split ends by keeping your hair strong, nourished, and hydrated.

Hibiscus was found to promote hair growth in terms of longer hair length and maintenance of the hair growing phase - anagen (Journal of Ethnopharmacology, pp 235-239, 2003)

Hibiscus is a natural source of alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Chemical forms of these acids can be overly harsh and damaging to the skin, but natural sources such as those in hibiscus can help provide the same benefits without the harsh drawbacks. AHAs are known to help exfoliate, control oily skin and clogged pores, all of which can encourage fresher, younger, and smoother looking skin. They also increase moisture and firm your skin's look.

On top of the AHA activity are the antioxidants, which are called “anthocyanocides.” These not only protect the skin from environmental stressors, but have properties that help pores to appear smaller. They also can help with sensitive skin.

Leaves of Aegle marmelos, Ixora coccinia, Indigofera tinctoria and  Ocimum sanctum are known to cure pruritis, eczema, scabies of the skin and scalp and also helps in promoting hair growth.


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