Dabur Jatyadi tail has a remarkable ability to heal. Dabur Jatyadi tail is used to heal several types of external wounds. The application of this oil cures most types of wounds and injuries while also stopping bleeding. External use of this oil heals most types of wounds and also stops bleeding from them. All of the herbal components in this oil aid in cleaning the blood, cleaning the wounds, and initiating the healing process in the tissues. Piles, fistula, fissure, anal warts, Insect bite wounds respond nicely to this oil as well.
Benefits & Uses
Here are the major medicinal uses and benefits of Jatyadi tail;
- Excellent in healing wounds and injuries.
- Controls bleeding and help to shrink the pile mass sprouted at the anal area.
- Prevents infections by its antimicrobial action & promotes healing.
- Provides pain relief with its analgesic, coolant and non-irritant properties.
- Quick wound healer that also protects the wound from infection.
- Has antibacterial and fungicidal properties.
- Used to treat any skin disorders characterized by inflammation and redness.
- Aids in the healing of wounds, sinuses, blisters, abscesses, and insect bites.
- Chameli Leafs
- Neem Leafs
- Patol Patra
- Karanj Leafs
- Karanj Seeds
- Til Taila
How To Use
Can be used safely by pregnant and lactating mothers for local application in piles, fissures or any external skin injury.
Dabur Jatyadi tail can be used in different ways to treat wounds formed by following health conditions;
- Jatyadi oil is also used externally to treat herpes zoster and fire burns. Gently apply the affected region.
- Externally apply jatayadi tel on the irritated or swollen area surrounding the anal region produced by the pile mass.
- To stop excessive uterine bleeding, a cotton ball soaked in this oil is placed in the vagina.
- Wounds in the oral cavity heal more quickly when Jatyadi oil is administered.
- Apply a clean cotton swab soaked in jatyadi tel around the anal region before and after bowel motions to aid in stools passage.
Recommended only for external application over the wounds, only after cleaning the affected area. Wash your hands before and after with soap or antiseptic handwash.