Ayurvedic Massage Oils
Ancient’s Best Ayurvedic Massage Oils
These oils are made using traditional formulas and contain only natural oils and herbs. Although just recently made available in 100ml bottles for use at home, we have been using these traditional oils for many years for therapeutic massage. Each bottle provides sufficient oil for one or more full body massages.
Vata Pacifying Ayurvedic Massage Oil 100ml NZ$18.90
Suited to those with an aggravated Vata Dosha, who may find their skin more susceptible to dryness, roughness, wrinkling, and early ageing than other Dosha types.
Ingredients: Sesamum indicum, Aegle marmelos, Asparagus racemosus, Azadirachta indica, Boerhaavia diffusa, Cedrus deodara, Crocus sativus, Curcuma longa, Cyperus rotundas, Eclipta alba, Elettaria cardamomum, Foeniculum vulgare, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Inula racemosa, Oroxylum indicum, Rubia cordifolia, Santalum album, Tribulus terristris.
Pitta Pacifying Massage Oil 100ml NZ$18.90
Suited to those with an aggravated Pitta Dosha, who may find their skin more sensitive to heat and sun, and more prone to rashes than other types.
Ingredients: Sesamum indicum, Anethum sowa, Cedrus deodara, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Curcuma longa, Cymbopogon jwarancusa, Cyperus rotundas, Elettaria cardamomum, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Hemidesmus indicus, Picrorrhiza kurrooa, Pterocarpus santalinus, rock salt, Rubia cordifolia, Santalum album
Kapha Pacifying Massage Oil 100ml NZ$18.90
Suited to those with an aggravated Kapha Dosha and who may find their skin more oily and moist than other types.
Ingredients: Sesamum indicum, Brassia alba, Allium sativum, Alpinia galanga, Cedrus deodara, Moringa pterygosperma, Tamarindus indica, Zingiber officinalis
Directions for Use:
- We recommend applying the Dosha pacifying oil at least once or twice a week before your morning shower. Wake early and clear the bowels, clean the teeth, scrape the tongue, and rinse the eyes and mouth first. Taking a quick hot shower to open the pores and heat the skin before applying the oil is ideal
- Warm the oil (either pour some oil into a bowl and place that bowl into a slightly larger bowl of hot water or place the oil bottle into a cup of hot water). If the label comes off the bottle just stick it on again later
- Make sure you are in a comfortable and very warm environment (such as a heated bathroom) and then apply the warm oil all over your body
- Those with an aggravated Vata Dosha can use gentle strokes and plenty of oil; Pitta moderately firm strokes and less oil; and for Kapha use the oil sparingly and apply with vigorous strokes. Be gentle around joints and use a circular motion to rub in the oil. The main idea here is to get the oil all over the skin and the warmth of the oil and constant strokes will assist in its absorption
- Sit still and let the oil absorb into the skin for a few minutes. Be mindful of what you are doing and why, and watch the flow of your breath to help you keep relaxed and focussed. Don’t rush
- Mix one to two dessertspoons of Ayurvedic Herbal Body Wash Powder with hot water, just enough to make a thick paste you can rub all over the body. Allow this to dry for several minutes (make sure the room is warm so this is comfortable) and be absorbed
- Take a hot shower and wash off the body wash powder without applying any soap. It will remove excess oil but try to keep some of the herbal oil on the body as this will be very beneficial and you don’t want to waste it
See also the section about Ayurvedic massage procedures etc. on our website as this will help you understand how the process works. http://www.ancientsbest.com/about-ayurveda/ayurvedic-treatment/ayurvedic-abhangha-body-massage/concept-and-procedure-of-ayurvedic-massage/
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