This classic Ayurvedic formula is meticulously prepared. With over 52 herbs used in this formula, it may be used to promote healthy heeling. This classic Ayurvedic oil is made in three stages: First, purified Sesame oil is treated with a decoction of 13 herbs, and then 42 other ingredients are added to the oil in a paste form. It is again heated and then it is further processed as per and Ayurvedic method. It is made in 3 stages called: Murchan Draya, Kalka Draya Kwath Draya. It is once again heated until the water evaporates and removes all the impurities and toxins. Maha Narayan Oil was named thousands of years ago by the Indian citizens who still worship the all mighty God as "Narayana". Note: Maha Narayana Oil is beneficial to use with our other products such as Boswellia, Turmeric and Shilajit Premium Moomiyo for best results. • A classic Ayurvedic rejuvenator of 52 powerful herbs prepared exactly as prescribed in ancient texts* • Nourishes, strengthens, and tones muscles and joints with potent, tissue-targeting herbs* • Soothes sore muscles and tendons* • Supports an active lifestyle by fostering comfortable movement* • Balances Vata, the air constitution* • The Tattva’s Difference: Supercritical extraction delivers the whole herb to your body—pure, potent, and bioavailable • Certified organic, non-GMO, sustainable • Vegan and cruelty-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free *This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
||A blend of 52 Ayurvedic herbs prepared according to the exact specification of the Ayurvedic texts.
Sesame oil, Eucalyptus oil, Bilva, Ashwagandha, Tribulus, Shyonak, Bala, Paribhadra, Kantakari, Ami, Prasarani, Patla, Shatavari, Rasna, Jeevanti, Devdar, Puvnagah, Shalaparni, Prishnparni, Mudgaparni, Mashparni, Nagkeshar, Saindhava, Kachur, Curcuma Longa, Haridra, Boswellia, Varahikand, Cardamon, Manjista, Bhrinraja, Gymnema, Clove, Palash, Saptapama, Camphor, Cinnamon, Kesara, Uptal, Vidari, Ginger, Sitruti, and Mandakpami.