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KUMKUMADI OIL


KUMKUMADI OIL

Ayurvedic Blend Oil

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Product Code: PHO7005

EXTRACTION METHOD Blend of 26 different Ayurvedic Oils and Herbs

ORIGIN India

Our exquisite Kumkumadi Oil, also called Kumkumadi Tailam,u00a0is a unique blend of oils and ayurvedic herbs formulated to help skin look young and healthy. Kumkuma means saffron, which is the main ingredient of this oil. Kumkumadi Tailam in Ayurveda has been described as a Miraculous Elixir.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

The Ayurvedic oil is helpful to improve skin texture, complexion and also to relieve skin problems such as acne, scars etc. The main ingredient in this potent potion is Saffron, which is fabled for its ability to transform your skin tone and brighten the complexion. Additionally, floral components like Lotus pollens and Neelkamal (Blue Water Lily), give it a boost of important plant nutrients, like many other herbal Ayurvedic oils. Then, cooling and soothing ingredients like Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood), Khus (Vetiver) and Bael fruit, make this oil suitable for use in tropical climates like India, where acne, oiliness, and inflamed skin is a common concern due to the heat.

Containing the essence of plants like Java Fig and Mahua, Kumkumadi Tailum has potent medicinal effect on the skin, while ingredients like Licorice treat superficial concerns like discolouration and age spots, among other things. Other than these common traditional ingredients, this exotic Ayurvrdic oil also contains some unusual components like Lac and Goatu2019s Milk.

PROCESS FLOWCHART

The coarse powder of all the following herbs are taken and soaked in water for a few hours:

 

Kesar, Keshara

Crocus sativus

Saffron

Lal Chandan

Pterocarpus santalinus

Red Sandalwood, Red Sanders

Laksha

Laccifer lacca

Lac

Manjishta

Rubia cordifolia

Indian Madder

Madhuyashti, Mulethi

Glycyrrhiza glabra

Licorice, Liquorice

Daruhaldi

Berberis aristata

Indian Barberry

Usheera, Khus, Khas Khas

Vetiveria zizanioides

Vetiver, Vetivert

Padam, Padmaka

Prunus cerasoides

Wild Himalayan Cherry

Neelkamal

Nymphaea stellata

Blue Water Lily, Blue Lotus

Bargad, Nyagrodha

Ficus benghalensis

Indian Banyan

Plaksha, Pakar

Ficus lacor

Java Fig

Kamal Kesar

Nelumbo nucifera

Indian Lotus Saffron, Lotus Pollens

Bel

Aegle marmelos

Bael

Agnimantha

Premna mucronata

Dusky Fire Brand Bark

Shyonaka

Oroxylum indicum

Indian Trumpet Flower

Gambhari, Gamhar

Gmelina arborea

 

Patala

Stereospermum suaveolens

 

Shalaparni

Desmodium gangeticum

 

Prisni parni, Prishnaparni

Uraria picta

 

Gokshur, Gokharu

Tribulus terrestris

 

Brihati

Solanum indicum

 

Kantakari

Solanum xanthocarpum

Yellow Berried Nightshade

Mahua, Madhuka

Madhuca longifolia

 

Patranga

Caesalpinia sappan

Sappanwood, Indian Redwood

 

The mixture is then boiled until only 1/4th part of liquid content remains. The decoction is filtered and this herbal mixture is mixed with Sesame Oil and Goat Milk in a vessel. The mixture is boiled and simmered until only the oil remains. This is called Kumkumadi Tailam.

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