Ayurvedic massage oil
The Ayurvedic massage oil from the herbal workshop is a macerate (oily extract) made from 10 natural herbs and organic sesame oil. A soothing body oil that balances the elements for the Ayurvedic body or partial massage.
Herbal extract in 50ml brown pharmacy bottle with high-quality glass pipette and teat or 100ml brown pharmacy bottle with black pump cap.
Use externally for soothing skin care.
(INCI names): Sesamum Indicum Seed Oil, Glyzyrrhiza Glabra Extract, Foeniculum Vulgare Seed Extract, Brassica Alba Seed Extract, Lepidium Sativum Seed Extract, Rosa Camascena Flower Extract, Eugenia Caryphyllus Bud Extract, Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract, Emblica Officinalis Fruit Extract, Terminalia Chebula Extract, Terminalia Bellirica Extract.
Organic sesame oil is a massage oil and can be found as a carrier oil for massages
and cosmetic products again. The sesame seeds have an oil content of up to 60%. Sesame oil is a very popular oil due to its treasure trove of nutrients.
Feedback and application experiences*
Supports heavy and/or swollen arms and legs. Can loosen light fascia adhesions, supports the lymphatic system, softens the skin, also for facial care, oiling the soles of the feet to detoxify. Place a droplet in your belly button to help you fall asleep.
This is Nicole's massage oil, which she has been using for her Ayurvedic treatments for around 15 years.
General information about our oils
Caring for your body with oils is not an innovative idea from the modern cosmetics industry. Rather, natural oils have been considered healing and effective care for internal and external use for thousands of years.
A big advantage of our skin and care oils is that they do not contain any preservatives.
For external use, an oil extract is the optimal care because an oil remains on the skin and the plant nutrients can be easily absorbed.
When it comes to Ayurvedic massage oil, we use organic sesame oil, as is traditionally the case.
Ayurveda is the science of life and is considered the mother of medicine, as the traditions go back around 4,500 years. In Asia, especially in India, Ayurveda is also scientifically taught as a healing method and accepted by the population. In Western culture, however, Ayurveda is mostly used for wellness purposes. Ayurveda is not a single therapeutic measure, but a holistic system and belongs to the area of traditional alternative medicine.
From an old writing emerges
Just as a jug becomes stable and shock-resistant through moistening and a wheel axle becomes stable and shock-resistant through oil application, the body becomes firm, with supple skin, free of Vata disorders and resistant to psychological exercises and efforts through the use of oil.
Vata (element of air, ether) is predominant in the tactile organs, which are located in the skin. So oil application is the most beneficial thing for the skin and should be done regularly.
Those who regularly use oil on their bodies are not too affected by accidental injuries or strenuous work. Through daily body oiling, a person is endowed with a pleasant touch and well-groomed body parts, is very attractive and is less susceptible to aging.
For daily use, it is recommended to apply the body oil to damp skin immediately after the shower. This means that the oil is not only easier to spread, it is also absorbed more quickly and you only need a few drops.
Store in a dry place away from heat and light.
Please keep the products out of the reach of small children.
*The most valuable feedback and application experiences come from the herbal primer.