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Jiva Sadbindu Oil is a special Ayurvedic preparation used as nasal drops in the treatment of numerous diseases located in the head region. Jiva Sadbindu Oil  is helpful for all types of headaches, eye diseases, and hair problems. Jiva Sadbindu Oil is very effective in neurological diseases such as epilepsy and migraine. While its ingredients like tagar, twak, and rasna stimulate brain functions, herbs like shatapushpa and jeevanti are excellent for the eyes. Bhringraj juice found in this oil enhances its utility in hair problems such as hair fall, premature greying and dandruff. Nasal application of Sadbindu oil has also been proven to be effective in cold, allergic rhinitis and sinusitis.
Jiva Sadbindu Oil has Sendha Namak, Goat milk, Black sesame oil, Tagar, Yashtimadhu, Rasna , Juice of Bhringraj, Shunthi, Shatapushpa, Jeevanti, Twak, Vidang. 
Directions of use:
Jiva Sadbindu Oil -2 to 6 drops in each nostril after warming the oil gently. However, the dose may be varied as per the intensity of the disease. In mild conditions, the dose of 1 or 2 drops may be sufficient.

Please follow the below directions while applying the oil:
Apply Jiva Sadbindu Oil at least 4 hours after a heavy meal and 2 hours after a light meal.
Warm the oil slightly before applying.
Lie on the bed and place a big cushion or pillow below your shoulders so that your head tilts behind. This will ensure that the oil does not get into your throat but goes directly into the head.
Apply the proper amount of oil (drops) on your nostrils as directed by your physician for the best results.
Lie in the same position for at least 5 minutes.
In case mucus gathers in your mouth, you are advised to spit it out.
Jiva Sadbindu Oil is very useful for all types of headaches, sinusitis, migraine, eye diseases, hair problems, and nasal diseases.
Jiva Sadbindu Oil is known to be brain stimulating, hair nourishing and analgesic in nature.
Contraindications: None.

Use under medical supervision.


Content on this page was last updated on 16 August, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)