AVP Ayurveda Neelidaladi Coconut Oil (Neelibhringadi Oil) is Ayurvedic hair oil, used to improve the quality of hair, to treat split hairs, premature graying, and baldness. This herbal oil is formulated based on Kerala Ayurvedic principles.
AVP Ayurveda Neelibhringadi Thailam Uses:
- It is used to treat premature graying, baldness, split hairs, hair loss, scalp itching and dandruff.
- Useful in itchy scalp, hair thinning
- This oil is meant to be used for external application only. It is applied over scalp, followed by gentle massage for five minutes.
- It can be applied at night and hair wash can be done in the morning.
- It can also be applied in the morning, half an hour before head bath.
- In small quantities, it can be applied on daily basis.
- To wash off the oil – herbal hair wash powder is preferred. If not, soap or shampoo are also fine to use.
- It can be used for a very long period of time, as advised by Doctor.
- If you intend to have good beard growth, it can be applied on beard as well, at night or 1 hour before face wash.
Some people mix this oil with equal quantities of almond oil, olive oil or coconut oil. It is fine to do so, though not very necessary. This traditional herbal oil, in itself is capable enough to do the prescribed job.
Neelibhringadi Tailam Side Effects:
Some of the complaints noted with this oil are –
- Small bumps on forehead (usually noted when the oil is applied and left on the head for a very long period of time)
- Some people experience cold and sinusitis worsening, if applied at night.
- It is happening so because Neelibhringadi Taila is coolant in nature.
If you wish to apply it at night, do the following procedure:
- Take 200 ml of the oil, pour it into a steel vessel.
- To it, add 10 grams of pepper powder. Heat it in mild heat for three minutes.
- After three minutes, filter it. Use this oil to apply at night.
- If the problem persists, then you will have to apply it only in the morning.
Nelibhringadi Coconut Oil Ingredients:
- Neeli swarasa – Juice extract or decoction of Indigofera tinctorea – 768 ml
- Bhringaraja swarasa – Juice extract or decoction of Eclipta alba – 768 ml
- Shatakratulata (Karnasphota) – Cardiospermum helicacabum – decoction – 768 ml
- Dhatri – Amla – Emblica officinalis – 768 ml
- Aja ksheera – Goat milk – 768 ml
- Nalikera Ksheera – coconut – 768 ml
- Mahishiksheera – Buffalo milk – 768 ml
- Dhenudbhava – Cow milk – 768 ml
- Taila – Coconut oil – 768 ml
- Yashti – Licorice – Glycyrrhiza glabra – 32 g
- Gunjamoola – Root of Abrus precatorius – 32 g
- Anjana – Aqueous extract of berberis aristata ( or purified and processed lead sulphide) – 32 g
The oil prepared with coconut oil base is called – Neelibhringadi Kera thailam
Expiry date: 3 years from the date of manufacture. Once you open the seal, it is better to use it within an year.