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USES OF DANTHAPALA OIL

USES OF DANTHAPALA OIL

Let me be short and sweet. If you have dandruff, use danthapala oil. If you have fungal skin conditions, use danthapala oil. If you need a healthy natural oil for everyday hair care, use danthapala oil. Danthapala oil can provide a lot of benefits with everyday use.

Danthapala oil

Danthapala oil is a wonderful gift from nature for skin and hair care. At Ayurprabhava, we produce the oil by mixing danthapala leaves with virgin coconut oil. Shwetha Kutaja is another name for danthapala. Let me be honest, I don’t know how to spell it. I have seen that name in different spellings from different sources. Below are a few spelling iterations:

  • Shwetha Kutaja
  • Swetha Kutaja
  • Swethakutaja
  • Swetakutaja
  • Svethakutaja
  • Svetakutaja

Wikipedia uses the first mentioned spelling, and hence I am going with the same. The scientific name of the plant is Wrightia tinctoria. Danthapala oil is made from shwetha kutaja leaves and coconut oil and has a number of therapeutic benefits.

Ayurprabhava’s Danthapala oil is the purest blend of danthapala leaves with traditionally extracted coconut oil. Researchers have widely studied and accepted the benefits of danthapala oil. Let us, briefly, go through these benefits of danthapala oil.

Danthapala oil benefits for skin, scalp and hair

Danthapala is an almost magical formula for skin. People have been using this herbal remedy for countless centuries now. Popular medical branches 42 all use danthapala oil for treatment. From time immemorial, in India, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, and natural treatment practices used danthapala oil to heal the skin.

We have known the benefits of danthapala oil for skin for some time now. As mentioned earlier, almost all forms of medicine make use of danthapala oil. Modern medicine is also catching up with the benefits of danthapala oil.

Ayurveda prescribes danthapala oil for fungal skin conditions up to psoriasis. Danthapala oil is the most effective treatment option for psoriasis. I am listing 6 conditions that danthapala oil can give relief from.

1. Fungal skin conditions

The fungus can cause a wide variety of skin conditions. While some of them are harmless, others can have serious consequences. Below are a few fungal skin conditions:

  • Ringworm infection
  • Fungal eczema 
  • Yeast infection 
  • Jock itch 
  • Athlete’s foot 
  • Vaginal candidiasis

Danthapala oil has effective antifungal properties. The extracts of swetha kutaja act upon the fungus and destroy them from the roots. Daily application of our Danthapala oil can help avoid fungal infections and rashes on the skin.

2. Dandruff

Dandruff is a condition where skin cells get flaked off from the scalp. The actual causes are still unknown. Genetic and environmental factors may be the factors.

Dandruff can occur in three types:

  • Dry skin dandruff,
  • Oily skin dandruff, and
  • Fungal dandruff.

Out of the three, danthapala oil can effectively counter the first and the last.

Danthapala oil can help hydrate and nourish the scalp. The coconut oil can help protect the hair and scalp from further moisture loss.

The danthapala oil is very effective in fighting fungal conditions. The oil can work on the skin and help eliminate the fungal attack. Regular use can eradicate not only dandruff, but can also promote healthier hair growth.

3. Dry skin

I know it is irritating to have dry skin. I used to have that condition, it is not nice. Of course, dry skin cannot kill us, it is not a fatal condition. But still, I never felt great looking at my pale skin.

My plight aside, a variety of factors can cause dry skin. The factors could be either environmental or biological. Some skin conditions can also cause dry skin.

Hydrating the skin is the only answer for dry skin. Ayurprabhava’s Danthapala oil has coconut oil as its base, which is one of the best natural products for hydrating skin. Regular use of oil can benefit people with dry skin. Dry skin does not scare me any more thanks to Ayurprabhava Danthapala oil. Body creams that have danthapala extracts inside can also help with dry skin.

4. Dermatitis

Dermatitis is a common name for a wide variety of skin conditions. Dermatitis usually involves itching, rashes, blisters, oozing, flaking, and dry skin.

It can be of 3 types:

  • Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema,
  • Seborrheic dermatitis, and
  • Contact dermatitis

Dermatitis can be treated with many over-the-counter medications. But we all know it is best to treat with a natural option. One of the most effective natural remedies is Danthapala oil.

Danthapala oil can work with the symptoms of dermatitis and can help calm the skin. Long-term use can provide very good results.

5. Psoriasis

What is psoriasis?

It is a disorder that makes skin cells multiply rapidly. This process can cause a build-up of red patches over the skin. The patches can be itchy and may appear commonly on the knees, scalp, and elbows.

Psoriasis may be caused by an immune response, but researchers are not clear about that for now. Skin infections, cold climatic conditions, drug abuse, and certain medications are triggers for psoriasis.

Psoriasis does not have a cure and can have long-term effects. However, it can be controlled and can go into remission. Danthapala oil is a major herb that can control psoriasis. There is a study that observed 67 compounds of swetha kutaja interacting with 238 protein targets. These compounds are observed reviving the disrupted process in the diseased state.

6. Skin cancer

Compounds extracted from danthapala leaves are very helpful in fighting malignant melanoma. It is a condition affecting the melanin-producing 45 cells. Melanin is a compound that gives color to the skin. Researchers from the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology are behind the claimed discovery of anti-cancer properties of the swetha kutaja leaves.

Danthapala oil is an active component in many skincare products, but its cancer-fighting properties are relatively new. That being said, this is a new area for scientists, and further research might be needed for use in common medicines.

In conclusion, danthapala oil can do wonders for your skin. The danthapala oil we make in Ayurprabhava is a completely natural product with deep roots in Ayurveda and other natural treatment options. It is a product with zero chemical contents. There are no added preservatives or fragrances. It is just pure coconut oil and danthapala leaves.

The characteristic reddish-brown color of the oil is a mark of the quality of the oil. It is also one of the best choices for daily use. Combined with Ayurprabhava shampoo and Ayurprabhava hair oil, danthapala oil can do wonders for hair health.

11 comments

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by George varghese

I have Atppic Dermatitis. Can you suggest how to apply Dhandapala Thailam

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Uttamrao Patil

I would like to obtain the Danthapala oil
And Ayurprabha hair oil for use on skin problems.
I would like to know,how it could be obtained.including it’s cost and process of payment.
Thanks

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Sunny Lukose

Where is it available in Trivandrum and price, whether available online

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Sony

It’s unused food alergy for skin

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Noushadkutty

This information is very important and usefull

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Annapurna

I heard about this oil Dhanthapala ketathaila for skin and also it works for dry hair. How can i get it? and from where ur are supplies what’s the price?

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Sinyvarghese

Hello ,
Could you please advise the usage of danthapala oil for hair and skin

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Paul Joshua

Recently i also got some skin rashes and itchy skin in and around down portion of stomach and between legs near the pvt areas. i have tried various creams and some tablets also suggested by doctors. But even after 4-5 months its not get cured completely. can you suggest some good remedies. my mobile# 00971 50 1 263 264 (UAE) my friend in Kerala gave me this leaves and i prepared oil with pure coconut oil. applying it regularly in the morning and bed time.

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by Bidyadhar Sahoo

I am suffering from psoriasis disease. Is this oil useful for this disease? Throughout my body full of rashes.

Mar 29, 2024 • Posted by V R Nair

Thanks for your very elaborated delivery of the medicinal properties of Danthapala medicinal herb. Although I have heard about it, I have been hesitating to prepare Danthapala Oil for want such information your could provide with.

Thanks a lot …..
All the Best
V R Nair
Peramangalam
7994473610

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