Each ml. contains :
Composition Quantity Glycine max Oil 15.00% Cocos nucifera Oil 12.00% Rosmarinus officinalis Oil 5.00% Daucus carota Oil 3.00% Eclipta alba 2.15% Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 2.15% Datura metal 2.15% Bacopa monnieri 2.15% Triphala 2.15% Nardostachys jatamansi 2.15% Azadirachta indica 2.15% Triticum sativum 2.00% Citrus limon Oil 2.00% Buchanania latifolia Oil 2.00% Lavendula officinalis Oil 2.00% Helianthus annuus Oil q.s.
Glycine max Oil is rich in Vitamin E that is a lipid and an antioxidant. It helps keep the cell membrane intact. This ensures that the cell membrane and skin act as barrier to harmful radicals, thus delaying aging and preventing skin problems.
Cocos nucifera Oil is nutrient rich and as such helps to nourish the scalp creating an optimal environment for hair growth. Its skin moisturising qualities can help to treat dandruff problems.
Rosemary oil is often used for this relieving flatulence, stomach cramps, constipation, and bloating. The essential oil is also deemed helpful in stimulating appetite.
Daucus carota Oil is derived from the dried seeds of the wild carrot plant (Daucus carota) of the Apiaceae or Umbelliferae family.In traditional Chinese medicine, Daucus carota Oil has been proven to treat dysentery and to expel worms
Eclipta alba The leaves of this plant have a very high carotene content, which is a crucial antioxidant substance for the health of your eyes.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is very useful to increase youthfulness and memory power.
Datura metal bitter narcotic plant relieves pain and encourages the healing process. The plant has a very long history of being used as herbal medicine. Datura is internally used for treating giddiness, dry mouth, hallucinations and coma.
Triphala traditionally used as a bowel tonic, it's often prescribed as a mild laxative. But while its laxative qualities are most widely known, the other benefits of this herb are perhaps even more noteworthy.
Brahmi (Bacopa monniera Linn.) is a herb which occurs naturally in India and has a long history of use in the Ayurvedic medicine tradition in the treatment of a number of disorders, particularly those involving anxiety, intellect and poor memory
Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has calming, peacefulness and relaxation features. It is an endangered ayurvedic medical herb had been used since the ancient times for many medicinal purposes.
Azadirachta indica is variously known as Sacred Tree, Heal all, Village Pharmacy and Panacea for all diseases. Products made from Neem tree have been used in India for over two millennia for their medicinal properties.
Triticum aestivum contains tritcin which is a polyfructosan. You will also find soluble silicic acid and sugar alcohols in the herb. This herb also contains volatile oils that are used in different treatments.
Lemon oil can be attributed to its stimulating, calming, carminative, anti-infection, astringent, detoxifying, antiseptic, disinfectant, sleep inducing, and antifungal properties. The benefits of lemon oil include its ability to treat stress disorders, fever, infections, asthma, obesity, insomnia, skin disorders, hair conditions, stomach problems and tiredness.
Buchanania latifolia Oil is an almond-flavored nut with blood purifying and life force enhancing qualities. Called as Charoli or Chironji in Ayurveda, these dried modest seeds have been in use in the Ayurvedic medicine for treating digestive disorders like diarrhea, ulcers and irregular bowel movements.
Lavender oil can be inhaled deeply into the air passages and this is thought to help relieve headache pain and reduce stress levels.
Sunflower is a source for beta-carotene which is converted to vitamin A with benefits of protection from sun damage and free radicals. Omega-6 (linoleic acid) which is found in sunflower oil, assists with cell development and treating disorders such as eczema, acne and scarring.