Q1. Are we able to use Dhanwantharam Thailam for the frozen shoulder?
Ans: Yes, You’ll be able to. The oil can be used for muscle tension and joint pain; it’s also great for stiff shoulders and inflamed muscles. Alternatively, if discomfort still persists after the usage of the oil, then consult with your physician immediately.
Q2. How many times should it be used in a day?
Ans: You’ll be able to apply Dhanwantharam Thailam once or twice a day, before having a bath. Apply the oil after warming it and use a clean cloth. Massage the affected area for thirty minutes then wash off the area with warm water.
Q3. Are we able to use it for the Potali massage?
Ans: Yes, You’ll be able to. Alternatively, the Potali massage has to be administered by an Ayurveda professional. It’s an efficient way of pacifying the Kapha dosha.
Q4. Do I need to make it lukewarm before applying or should I apply it directly?
Ans: If you wish to apply the oil on the affected parts and want the most benefits then its best that you heat the oil. Get it to a lukewarm temperature and use a clean cloth to apply the oil on the affected parts of the body.
Q5. Are we able to use this oil as hair oil?
Ans: Dhanwantharam Thailam is recommended for the body, especially if you have inflamed or painful joints. Alternatively, it can be used for scalp massages that help reduce hair fall and early greying of hair.