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mahanarayan massage oil

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mahanarayan massage oil

from 14.00

nourishing and anti-arthritic
best for arthritic joints

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nourishing and anti-arthritic
best for arthritic joints

A traditional topical medicinal formula to alleviate burning joint pain of arthritis, as well as to help restore strength and vitality. Warm the oil before use. Massage the affected area twice daily.

Uses: Pre-Bath Massage Oil, Swedana Therapy, Shirodhara
May be used in full body Abhyanga or for local joint application.

Why massage with herbal oils?

Skin contains the greatest amount of energy channels.
At each pore and each follicle of hair on the skin there is a receptor energy channel. Toxins, stress, sedentary living, injury, illness and medications can clog these channels.
Oil massage is an excellent way to purify the channels while nourishing a glow to the skin

Fundamental to Ayurvedic healing is daily self massage, known as abhyanga.
Abhyanga can relieve your mind and body from stress, pain and toxic accumulation.

Massage with herbal oil unclogs the channels (srotas + nadis), which in turn strengthens the inner communication networks, helping to balance the endocrine and nervous systems.

Massage with herbal oil enlivens the vital energy points (marma points) and affects literally billions of nerve endings that connect to all parts of the body including the brain and vital organs.

Not only that, but as a result of the stimulation during massage with herbal oils, fat-based toxins are bound with the oil (like attracts like), emulsified +  further eliminated, leaving your entire system re-balanced and re-newed.


  • Insomnia
  • Stress
  • Muscular pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Back pain
  • Skin Dryness
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Anxiety
  • Immunity
  • Circulation

Using Ayurvedic oils in massage provides multi-dimensional energy healing whereas common base oils with essential oils added, (while aromatic and lovely) do not.

Due to the lengthy processes of herbal decoction, infusion, cooking, evaporating  and filtering in preparation of Ayurvedic Oils (thailams), the end result is a product that may be considered both a food-grade as well as a medicine-grade herbal supplement that is taken trans-dermally (via skin).

Solavedi oils penetrate the skin easily and transport the healing properties of nature, directly to the cells in the body because the active compounds are drawn from the plant material and rendered in a form that the cellular body can receive.

Ingredients: reduction of Water, Clarified Cow’s Milk Ghee, Sesame Seed and Coconut Oils with organic and wildcrafted Ayurvedic medicinal herbs: Dashamula, Shatavari, Camphor oil, Manjista , Arjuna, Ashwagandha, Bala Rt, Punarnava , Fennel, Musta, Neem,  Valerian, Turmeric, Vidanga, Anantamul, Bhumyamalaki, Brahmi, Calamus, Cardamom, Clove , Ginger, Guduchi, Licorice, Mineral Salt, Tulsi
*Coconut Oil solidifies at temperatures lower than 64 degrees. It is normal for this formula to appear cloudy when cool. Simply warm the oil before use in a basin of hot water for a few minutes prior to use.  


The information contained herein is provided solely for educational purposes. No claim of medical cure nor treatment is intended. Statements related to topical products made with natural food-grade herbs and oils are not approved by the FDA.
The products have not been tested as safe by the FDA.
Statements contained on this website and our labels are not presented as medical advice nor should be used as a substitute for consultation with a qualified health care practitioner.

Our products and the information set forth herein are not designed to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease nor should any information contained herein be read as prescribing any specific remedy or guaranteeing any specific result. If you have any reason to suspect serious illness, seek appropriate medical advice and care promptly.

Always consult your physician before beginning any herbal, nutritional, yoga or exercise program. The benefits attributed to the practices of Yoga and Ayurveda come from centuries-old traditions. Results may vary with individuals.

"Food-grade" classification means that an herbal supplement is safe, has no known cross-toxicity, may be taken or consumed (externally) daily, and does not add an additional burden on the metabolism to process the nourishment.

FOOD GRADE THAILAMS: Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Dhanvantara, Tridosha, all balms

"Medicine grade" classification means that there is sufficient activity remaining in the herbal material to support the healthy functioning of all the body's organs and systems, including the liver, colon and blood, but that it has not been tested as not having cross-toxicity with medications, may be taken or consumed (externally) daily only under the direction and care of qualified healthcare practitioner.