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Murivenna Oil – Uses, How To use, Side Effects, Ingredients, Reference

Murivenna Oil is an effective Ayurvedic medicine used both for external and internal administration. It is a renowned oil for non healing wounds, fractures and sprains. This oil is based on Kerala Ayurvedic medicine. It is prepared in coconut oil base. 

Murivenna uses: 

It is used for application over fresh wounds, old non healing wounds. It quickens the process of wound healing.

It also relieves pain and inflammation in fractures and sprains.

It is a very good pain relieving oil.

It is useful in arthritis pain.

Synonyms: Murivanne thailam, Murivenna tailam

How to Use: 

  • It is used for oil massage.
  • It is used for Pichu oil procedure, wherein cotton swabs are dipped in this oil and applied over joints and sprain areas for quick pain relief.
  • For internal administration, it is given in a dosage of 10 – 15 drops once or two times a day with warm water, before food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
Murivenna oil side effects: 
People with high lipid levels, diabetes, high BP should use this oil for internal administration, only under professional advice.
Companies that manufacture this oil - 
AVN Ayurveda Formulations Pvt. Ltd
Alva Pharmacy
Pankaja Kasturi
Sree Sankara
Murivenna oil Ingredients: 

Keratailam – Coconut oil

Juice of

Karanja – Pongamia glabra

Tuka – Spermacoce articularis

Tambula – Piper betle

Kumari – Aloe vera

Shigru – Moringa oliefera

Paribhadra – Erythrina variegata

Palandu – Onion – Allium cepa

kanjika – Whey

Paste of

Shatavari – Asparagus racemosus

Murivenna reference: Yogagrantham

Dr JV Hebbar is an Ayurveda Doctor, Lecturer, From Mangalore, India. Click here to consult Dr Hebbar
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Comments

  1. It’s a very effective oil. I’ve been using it since long. I always keep it in the first aid box.

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