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Essential oils present in the pain balms of Amrutanjan and their role in Aromatherapy:-

  1. Cinnamomum camphora -Karpoor powder
  2. The oil has got relieving property and the quantity used is two drops. Helps in treating coughs, colds, fevers, rheumatism, arthritis, constipation, insomnia, sprains, depression and inflamed skin.

  3. Carum copticum -Ajowan ka phool
  4. It is considered to benefit respiratory system and antiseptic.

  5. Mentha arvensis -Pudina ka phool
  6. The oil has got cooling, invigorating, comforting, refreshing and calming properties. The quantity used is one to three drops. It is a decongestant, gives relief from asthma, colds, flu, fever, headaches, toothaches, sinusitis, nausea, travel sickness, stomach upsets and indigestion hangover, cools, skin inflammation, burns and sun burns as it is a very refreshing skin oil. It should be avoided during early pregnancy; to be used in moderation as it can irritate sensitive skin.

  7. Gualtheria fragrantissima -Wintergreen tel
  8. The oil is aromatic, stimulant, useful in acute rheumatism and sciatica, lumbago, and fibrous conditions as powerful antiseptic properties. Oil is toxic, skin irritant and it should be always used mixing it with another oil. Used as massage oil for massaging painful areas.

  9. Pinus roxburghii -Turpentine ka tel
  10. Pine oil has got invigorating and refreshing properties. The quantity used is one to three drops. It relieves muscular aches, pains, arthritis, rheumatism, poor circulation, asthma, bronchitis, cough, Carteret, sinusitis, sciatica, poor concentration, healing cutting and abrasions.

  11. Eucalyptus globulus -Niligiri ka tel
  12. The oil has got cooling and clearing properties. Quantity to be used is two to three drops. Clears stuffed nose and head. Acts as a decongestant, cure fever, cold, relieves stress, fatigue, macular pains, sprains, and aches, rheumatism, headaches, sinusitis and mild respiratory infections. It is anti inflammatory quite useful in treating wounds, burns, boils, blisters etc. Blemishes insect bites and active bacteria. It irritates skin.

  13. Cymbopogon citratus -Chaha ka tel
  14. The oil has got tranquilizing properties, soothing, calming and refreshing properties. The quantity used is one to three drops. Helps to relieve shocks, grief, trauma, depression and stress. Helps to fight lethargy, irritability during PMT and menopause, insomniac, excitability in children, chronic diahorrea triggered due to emotional reasons, improves skin elasticity, thread vines, stretch marks and scars. Relief from headaches, sore throat and mild respiratory problems. Helps in opening skin pores, treating oily skin and relieve indigestion. It should be avoided during pregnancy and it irritates skin.

  15. Cinnamomum zeylanicum -Dalchini ka tel
  16. Cinnamon oil helps in stopping menstrual cramps, indigestion, diahorrea, genital and urinary infections; the smell relieves tension, steadies nervous and invigorates the senses. In small amounts, it can be aphrodisiac. It has to be used sparingly since it irritates skin membranes and skin.

  17. Rosa damascena -Gangini ka tel
  18. The oil has got exciting and balancing properties. Quantity to be used one to four drops. Applied to ease depression, frigidity, nervous tension, headache, insomnia, relieves asthma, shock and palpitations. Also helps in poor circulation dry coughs, nausea, treats PMT, irregular or heavy menstruation, menstrual pain, impotence, irritability and hormonal balancing. Also useful for dry, chopped aging skin and eczema.

All the above mentioned oils are the best essential oils. All these useful oils mix well with other oils. Their combination has the broadest range of therapeutic uses in addition to their pleasant fragrances. These essential oils are not recommended for internal consumption. These oils are highly concentrated and cannot be used directly on the skin. Hence these oils are diluted with a base or a carrier oil so that they can massaged or rubbed into the skin in the corrected proportion.


Kathi, Keville and Mindy green, 1999, Aromatherapy, A complete guide to the healing heart, Sri Sathguru publications, Delhi, p p 152.

Lalitha Sharma, 2000, Aromatherapy, Newdawn, New Delhi, p p 160.