ABOUT MAHANARAYANA OIL-
Mahanarayana oil is an Ayurvedic medicinal oil that is commonly used in traditional Indian medicine. It is made up of a blend of natural herbs and oils that are believed to have numerous health benefits. The oil is typically applied topically and is used to alleviate a range of health conditions such as arthritis, muscle pain, and inflammation. It is also believed to be effective in promoting relaxation and reducing stress. Mahanarayana oil is known for its warming properties and is often used in Ayurvedic massage therapies.
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This oil can be used locally to target the joints and muscles, or used as a comforting daily massage oil for the whole body.
- Warm oil if desired to support nourishment and absorption.
- Massage into joints and muscles with firm, gentle pressure.
- Let absorb for 10–20 minutes, then shower to rinse.
- For best effect leave in place for a few hours or overnight.
For external use only. If preferred, you may practice self-massage after you shower, but be mindful as oil residue can stain clothing and sheets.