AYURVEDIC PRODUCTS

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SHIRODHARA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Tridoshika Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Vata Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: • Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such…

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Yashtimadhu Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Ksheeraba Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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KUMKUMADI TAILAM

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Mahanarayana Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Muscle Relax Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Nilibringadi Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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PITTA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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BRAHMI TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Cool Hair Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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KAPHA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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ASHWAGANDA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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BHRINGAMALAKADI TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Yashtimadhu Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Vata Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: • Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such…

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Tridoshika Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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SHIRODHARA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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PITTA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Nilibringadi Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Muscle Relax Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Mahanarayana Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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KUMKUMADI TAILAM

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Ksheeraba Taila

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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KAPHA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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Cool Hair Oil

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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BRAHMI TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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BHRINGAMALAKADI TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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ASHWAGANDA TAILA

Ayurvedic oil has been relied upon for thousands of years as a fundamental part of Ayurveda. Oil is traditionally used in Ayurvedic healing in a variety of ways including raw consumption, cooking, massage, bathing, gargling, basti (colon nourishment) and nasya (nasal passage nourishment). Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil: Base Oil—Pure, whole, organic oil from a natural source (such as sesame, almond, coconut, or…

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