Anu Thailam is a 100% Ayurvedic herbal oil used for an Ayurveda treatment procedure called as Nasya treatment. Nasya refers to nasal instillation of drops of the oil.
- Diseases related with nose, Throat, Head.
- Recommended in Headache, Anosmia, Chronic sinusitis, Nasal polyps etc.
Anu Thailam method of administration –
In a standard Nasya therapy, person is given a gentle head and face massage and heat treatment, followed by instillation of drops of this herbal oil into each nostril. The number of drops depends upon many factors such as Dosha imbalances, disease condition etc.
Uses of Anu Thailam
- This nasal oil strengthens ears, eyes, nose, tongue and throat.
- Usually used in the treatment of diseases related to head and neck like neck stiffness, lock jaw
- It has Tridosha balancing effect.
- It is also used in the treatment of headache, hair fall, premature greying of hair etc.
- Strengthens voice and helpful in facial paralysis and many more.
- Used for nasya treatment in most of the diseases of ear nose and throat involving pain like chronic sinusitis, cold and cough.
- Apart from these, Nasya treatment using Anu Thailam can be performed by the Ayurvedic doctor after health check ups.
Anu Thailam Ingredients:
Jivanti – Leptadenia reticulata
Devadaru – Cedrus deodara
Twak – Cinnamon Usheera – Vetiveria zizanioides
Gopi – Ocimum sanctum
Daruharidra – Berberis aristata
Madhuka – Glycyrrhiza glabra
Musta – Cyperus rotundus
Agaru – Aquilaria agallocha
Shatavari – Asparagus
Kamala – Lotus
Bilva – Bael
Utpala – Nymphaea stellata
Brihati – Solanum indicum
Kantakari – Solanum xanthocarpum
Shalaparni – Desmodium gangeticum
Prishnaparni – Uraria picta
Vidanga – Embelia ribes
patra – Cinnamon
Ela – cardamom
Renuka – Vitex negundo
Taila – Sesame oil
Anu Thailam Side effects:
If all the instructions by the doctor are perfectly followed, there are no known side effects with this product.
Preparation of Anu thailam as per Charaka Samhita
Chandana (Sandalwood – Santalum album),
Aguru(Aquilaria Agalocha Roxb),
Patra – Cinnamomum tamala Nees and Eberum. ,
Bark of Darvi(sida cordifolia Linn),
Prapaunda rika (Nymphaea lotus Linn),
Sookshma Ela – cardamom
Vidanga (Emblia ribes Brum. F),
Bilva (Aegle marmelos Corr),
Utpala (Nymphaea alba),
Hrivera(Pavania adorata willd),
Abhaya – Terminalia chebula
Usheera – (Vetiveria Zizanioidse Nash),
Vanya (Cyperus tenuiflours),
Tvak (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Blume f),
Musta (Cyperus rotundus),
Sariva – Indian Sarsaparilla – Hemidesmus indicus,
Sthira – Desmodium gangeticum,
Jivanti – Leptadenia reticulataW.and A,
Prishnaparni – Uraria picta (Uraria Picta Desv),
Suradaru (Cedrus deodara),
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus Willd),
Harenu (Pisum Sativum Linn),
Brihati – Solanum indicum ,
Vyaghri (Slanum xanthocarpum Schrader and wendl),
Surabhi( Pluchea lanceolata Oliver and Hiern),
Padmakesara (Filaments of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn),
The mixture of herbs should be boiled with hundred times of pure rain water (of the oil in quantity), till it is reduced to ten times of the oil (in quantity). The oil should be boiled in that decoction for ten times. At the final (that is the tenth) stage of boiling, equal quantity of goat’s milk should be added to it. This is the prescribed method for preparing Anu Thailam which is useful for inhalation. The prescribed dosage of oil is half Pala or 24 ml in 24 hours.