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Dhanwantharam oil, an Ayurvedic herbal oil formulation, is renowned for its therapeutic properties and various potential benefits:

  • Muscle Relaxation: It's commonly used in Ayurveda for its ability to relax muscles and alleviate muscular pain, stiffness, or soreness.

  • Joint Health: Dhanwantharam oil is believed to support joint health, reduce inflammation, and provide relief from joint discomfort associated with conditions like arthritis.

  • Improves Circulation: It may enhance blood circulation when used in massage, potentially benefiting overall cardiovascular health and promoting warmth to the affected areas.

  • Nourishes Skin: When applied topically, the oil's ingredients can moisturize and nourish the skin, improving its texture and radiance.

  • Soothes Nervous System: It's known to have a calming effect on the nervous system, promoting relaxation and relieving stress and anxiety.

  • Supports Respiratory Health: Some practitioners use Dhanwantharam oil in Ayurvedic practices to support respiratory health and ease breathing discomfort.

  • Postnatal Care: In traditional practices, it's often used in postnatal care to aid in recovery, promote relaxation, and support the body's healing process after childbirth.

  • Ayurvedic Therapy: It's an integral part of various Ayurvedic massages and therapies like Abhyanga, where it's used for overall rejuvenation and relaxation.


This oil is traditionally used in Ayurveda and should be used as per the guidance of an Ayurvedic practitioner or healthcare professional. Individual experiences may vary, and it's essential to perform a patch test before extensive use to check for any allergic reactions. If you have specific health concerns or conditions, consult with a healthcare provider before using Dhanwantharam oil.


Dhanwantharam oil is typically used in Ayurvedic therapies and massages. Here's a general guideline on how to use it:


  • Massage Oil:

    • Warm the Dhanwantharam oil by placing the bottle in a bowl of hot water for a few minutes or using a gentle heating method.
    • Apply a small amount of warmed oil to the affected area or the entire body for a massage.
    • Gently massage the oil into the skin using circular motions or long strokes, focusing on areas of discomfort or tension.
  • Localized Application:

    • Apply a small amount of the oil to specific areas, like joints or muscles experiencing pain or stiffness.
    • Massage the oil into the skin in a circular motion to help alleviate discomfort or promote relaxation.
  • Abhyanga (Full Body Massage):

    • Warm the oil slightly before use.
    • Apply a generous amount of oil all over the body, starting from the scalp and working down to the feet.
    • Perform gentle, long strokes on the limbs and circular motions on joints, abdomen, and chest.
  • Postnatal Care:

    • In some traditional practices, Dhanwantharam oil is used postpartum for abdominal massages to aid in recovery and support the body's healing process after childbirth.

Dhanwantharam Thailam Oil for Massage Oil, Support Overall Relaxation 200 Ml

SKU: HB-Dhanwan-Oil

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