Tamalpatra Oil Pain Relief Ingredient
Tamalpatra or Cinnamomum tamala is found to have been originated from the South Asian region. It is now mostly found in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and China. Also known as Tej patta or Bay leaf, Cinnamomum tamala is mostly used for culinary and medicinal purposes since medieval times.
Origin of Tamalpatra oil – The Ayurvedic ingredient for pain relief
Also known as the Laurel tree, the Cinnamomum tamala tree was discovered by the Ancient Greeks. The Bay leaf tree is also found widely in the Asian continent. The leaves are used as a condiment and in Ayurvedic medicine.
Supergin – The Ayurvedic Pain Relief with Tamalpatra oil
The anti-inflammatory property of Tamalpatra oil makes it the ideal choice of Ayurvedic ingredients in pain relief oil. Supergin Ayurvedic pain relief ointment and liniment contain the extracts of Tejpatta or Tamalpatra oil that helps to manage rheumatoid arthritis. Massaging the joints with Supergin Ayurvedic pain relief helps to reduce the pain and swelling.
Other Names of Tamalpatra
Scientific name – Cinnamomum tamala
Common name – Indian Bay leaf, Malabar leaf, Indian Cassia
Hindi – Tejpatra, Dalchini, Silkanthi, Talispatri
Tamil – Talisapatri
Kannada – Tamalapatra, Dalchini Ele
Malayalam – Karuvapatta Patram
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The essential oil obtained from the leaves of Tamalpatra or Cinnamomum tamala contains cinnamic aldehyde, eugenol, beta-caryophyllene, benzaldehyde, camphor, alpha-terpinol, limonene, geraniol, gamma-terpinene, benzyl cinnamate, and other compounds.
What are the benefits of Tejpatta oil or Tamalpatra oil?
Tejpatta oil which is obtained from Bay leaf extract is found to be highly beneficial in the management of rheumatoid arthritis. It is found to exhibit anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Tejpatta oil helps in providing pain relief when massaging the joints affected by inflammation and swelling.
What does Tej Patta or Tamalpatra contain?
The Bay leaves or Tamalpatra contains vitamin C, calcium, and potassium. Tej patta is also found to contain minerals like copper, manganese, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium as trace elements.
What are the therapeutic properties of Tej patta or Tamalpatra?
Some of the medicinal values of Tej patta or Tamalpatra include Carminative, Anti-spasmodic, Immuno-stimulant, Antioxidant, Anti-Diabetic, Anti-Inflammatory, Anticancer, Antimicrobial, Blood purifier, and Digestive stimulant. Apart from this, Bay leaf is also found to possess diuretic, diaphoretic, and astringent properties.
How Tamalpatra is used in Ayurvedic Indian medicine?
Tamalpatra or Bay leaf is considered a natural herb to treat various ailments since ancient times. It is used to treat high blood sugar, migraine, headache, gastric ulcers, and rheumatism apart from many other health conditions. Tejpatta is mostly used to treat coughs and colds and hence it is used as an important ingredient of Ayurvedic herbal tea. Moreover, the addition of Bay leaves in food helps to promote general health.
Antibiotic and anesthetic properties of Ajwain Satva helps to reduce redness and inflammation, while its anti-inflammatory property helps to soothe the pain and swelling.