Inhibiting unique individual constitution, Ayurveda is that distinct part of nature that consists of three biological energies called as doshas, where every single dosha signifies a combination of the fundamental elements of nature. Vata represents space and air and it manages respiration, movement and blood circulation. Pitta is a sign of fire and water and is accountable for digestion and various other metabolic functions. Kapha stands for earth and water and is responsible for structure and nutrition of the body.
Balance between all the 3 doshas represents perfect health and doshic inequality lead to poor health. Numerous Ayurvedic remedies, such as, yoga, herbs, essential oils, meditation, balanced diet, Ayurvedic routine and physical exercises are highly recommended to set the balance between all these 3 doshas.
Since centuries, Ayurvedic oil has been distinguished as a basic part of Ayurveda. Usually, oil is used in Ayurvedic healing in a lot many ways, comprising cooking, raw consumption, bathing, massage, gargling, nasya (nasal passage nourishment) and basti (colon nourishment).
Two basic categories of Ayurvedic oil:
- Base Oil
- Herbal Oil
Health benefits of Guru Prasadam Dasgun oil:
- It helps in the treatment of burnt skin, rheumatoid arthritis, non healing wounds, earache
- It also acts as muscle relaxant and soothes burns, Eczema, heals nail fungus and cracked heels
- It effectively cures skin infections, rashes etc.
- It helps in getting rid of infection, embedded in tissues.
- It helps in eliminating or even reducing pain.