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.
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, tennis elbow, Gout
Spondylolisthesis, Cervical lumbar spondylosis, ACL ligament tear
It is used for tightening abdominal muscles and to relieve muscle cramp 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.
How to apply Murivenna on sprain and painful areas?
Apply it with very gentle massage for 5 minutes. Leave it on the place for half an hour. After that, you can either wash it off or leave it on.
You can apply two times a day.
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
Principle adopted in making this herbal oil:
In this herbal oil, the herbs are infused in the medium of sesame oil along with herb water decotion. Then the solid waste herb materials are filtered out. Thus, this oil contains oil soluble and water soluble phyto-active principles of medicinal herbs.
Murivenna oil Ingredients:
Keratailam – Coconut oil
Karanja – Pongamia glabra
Tuka – Spermacoce articularis
Tambula – Piper betle
Kumari – Aloe vera
Shigru – Moringa oliefera
Paribhadra – Erythrina variegata
Palandu – Onion – Allium cepa
kanjika – Fermented liquid
Shatavari – Asparagus racemosus
Murivenna reference: Yogagrantham