Do you want to feel the essence of Himalayan aroma with a unique blend of healing essential oils living in cities? If yes, there is a secret to this age-old Himalayan care! The secret is “Taleju oil” which is filled with pure essence and healing properties of original herbs from mountains of Nepal and created with the wisdom of traditional healing of Himalayan people with a long story of wellbeing. From its effective remedy to fight against the cold to a cough, easing the pain in a headache, muscular pain, respiratory problems, asthma, COPD, and arthritis this tiny little bottle carry many stories of thankfulness!
The name “Taleju” comes from ‘Taleju Bhawani’ who was the clan Goddess of the Malla kings, who ruled Nepal from the 12th to the 18th century. Carrying a small bottle of Taleju is much like receiving blessings of health, beauty, and wellbeing from the deity. But what if we further add the scientific values of Taleju? It is a natural blend of various kinds of phytoncides and natural terpenes in large quantity, they may have the possibility to work as natural antibiotics without causing microbial resistance or harming you. It is for this reason that this unique blend is largely being studied on the medical point of view by a team of researchers led by Dr. Tadahiro Makise who have found splendid results against TB and COPD. “Taleju” is definitely modern-day natural and scientific alternative to an ancient cure.
Essential Oil Components of Taleju Oil
Our Taleju oil has a trick to help you take “forest bathing” while living in cities. Most of it includes the essence of mentha arvensis herb as a mint oil that gives you both a good and warm feeling to help relieve your pain and a cold feeling to make your mind and body feel relaxed. It also has antibacterial and immune-boosting effects.
From a medical and scientific point of view, since menthol can suppress inflammatory mediators (such as PGE subset 2), it can be used to treat inflammatory disorders such as bronchial asthma, colitis, and allergic rhinitis. It is said to help alleviate allergies, bronchitis, colds, fever and other respiratory illnesses.
- Hey fever
- Bad breath
- Muscles pain
Camphor oil is derived from cinnamomum camphora. Camphor tree is one of the largest trees that can grow to a height of 25 metres. The lifespan of some camphor trees is believed to be 3,000 years old.
The major chemical constituents of camphor essential oil from cinnamomum camphor are 5-007-pinene, camphene, limonene, 1,8-cineole and p-cymene. As used topically, the soothing properties of camphor essential oil soothe inflammation, redness, sores, bug bites, scratching, irritation, diarrhoea, arthritis, sprains, and muscle aches and discomfort. Camphor oil is also known to help guard against infectious viruses due to its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal effects.
Inhalation of camphor vapour has been shown to improve the nasal sense of air flow by the induction of a cold sensation in the nose. The use of this essential oil for cough is an effective way to relieve the effects of cough. Camphor oil reduces histamine H1 and muscarinic M3 receptor-mediated broncho-constriction and inhibits coughing.
- Muscular aches and pain
- Insect bites
The next secret to the functionality of ‘Taleju Oil’ is ‘Eucalyptus Oil.’ Eucalyptus Oil can help improve lung capacity and reduce COPD symptoms. Eucalyptus Oil is also used to relieve cough and congestion.
A research has shown that eucalyptus essential oil for COPD is very safe. Eucalyptus globulus oil is filled with a chemical compound called 1,8-Cineole (also called eucalyptol) and is an important treatment for COPD, bronchitis, sinusitis, chronic rhinitis, and asthma. It increases blood supply, resulting in hyperemia of the skin following local use. Medically, the other explanation why eucalyptus globulus oil finds its importance in ‘Taleju oil’ is its ability to act as a nasal decongestant and anti-cough agent.
- Blocked and congested nose
- Chronic hey fever
If you know the zantoxylum oil is used by people for intense physical and emotional stimulation and meditation?
The key is its anti-spasmodic influence. It’s extremely soothing to the muscles and nervous system of nature. Zanthoxylum oil encloses both the physical secret of well-being and the meditative secret of soothing the mind and spirit. Zanthoxylum essential oil helps to reduce the spasms that are normal in the respiratory system.
Critical oil of zanthoxylum comprises of components such as camphene, terpinene, cymene, limonene, β-ocimene, 5-007-terpinolene, linalool, bornyl acetate, trans-caryophyllene, germacrene and Δ-copaene. Most of these constituents have an antispasmodic influence. Zanthoxylum oil is an effective natural treatment for lung infection. It’s a perfect option for many medical problems besides muscle discomfort, such as restful sleep, cough, flu, menstrual pain, headaches, asthma, etc.
- Mental relaxation
- Respiratory problems
We don’t just sell ‘Taleju oil.’ We recommend the natural ‘Aspirin’ for your pain!
An aspirin in oil, huh? Does it sound odd to you? Please don’t be surprised, because the next trick to the quality of ‘Taleju oil’ is its constituent ‘Wintergreen oil.’ It contains about 97% of methyl salicylate and a very small volume of gaultherin, oak, myrcene, delta 3-carene, limonene and delta-cadinene. Methyl salicylate is structurally similar to aspirin.
Thanks for its analgesic action, it is used for many debilitating disorders such as headaches, nerve pain, knee pain, ovarian pain, arthritis, and menstrual cramps. In addition to these conditions, this essential oil is used for gastrointestinal issues, including stomach ache and gas (flatulence), respiratory conditions, including asthma and pleurisy, fever, and kidney problems.
- Nerve pain
- Joint pain
- Muscle ache
Shell Ginger Oil
Shell ginger essential oil (SGEO) is derived from the steam distillation of Alpinia zerumbet leaves. The major chemical components found in SGEO are 1,8-cineol, camphor and methyl cinnamate, followed by other constituents such as cryptone, linalool, borneol, terpinene-4-ol, Δ-terpineol and several others (Elzaawely et al. 2006).
1,8-Cineol is a natural organic compound that appears as a colourless liquid and has a flavour of camphor. It was used as a nasal decongestant and anti-cough agent. It is used for the prevention of bronchitis, sinusitis, chronic rhinitis and asthma. Critical oil of shell ginger has been shown to have antispasmodic, antihypertensive and antinociceptive properties (Pinho et al. 2005). Shell ginger essential oil acts in the skeletal muscle contraction by facilitating relaxation and better muscle performance, making it effective for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases (Maia et al. 2015).
SGEO has been shown to increase the cytokine IL-8 and serotonin associated biochemical markers while decreasing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis hormone cortisol, resulting in substantial sleep recovery, depressive symptoms and quality of life in Fibromyalgia patients (Melo et al. 2015).
- Improves mood
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Sleep quality
The sixth secret of ‘Taleju oil’ is a wonderful soothing, rich and green grass from the rural Nepalese countryside generated by steam distillation; lemongrass oil.
The fragrance of Lemongrass is fresh and light with a touch of lemon in the essential oil. It primarily includes citral 5-007, citral β, nerol, limonene, geraniol and many other flavonoids and phenolic compounds. Lemongrass essential oil heals and revitalises the body to relieve problems such as headache and body aches and stress-related disorders. The study found that this essential oil for headaches could be helpful in the treatment of headaches. It is usually used to relieve a variety of illnesses, including stomach aches, breathing issues, colds, flu, and rheumatic pain.
Looking at the physical signs, lemongrass essential oil will also allow you to be emotionally stable during emotional changes and ease your mind, helping to alleviate exhaustion.
- Respiratory problems
- Mental relaxation
- Stomach aches
Cinnamon Leaf Oil
Cinnamon leaf oil is derived from the dried leaves of cinnamon tamala. It consists of linalool, α-pinene, β-pinene, limonene and other minor elements, including cinnamaldehyde.
The explanation for the use of this oil in ‘Taleju’ is its anti-spasmodic aspect. It is therefore anti-flatulent, anti-spasmodic and digestive in nature. There are also several forms of studies on the use of oil for stomach cramps and the treatment of elevated cholesterol and triglycerides. Cinnamon leaf oil is also found to be protective against pathogenic microorganisms such as proteus, enterococcus, streptococcus, staphylococcus, klebsiella and candida.
- Abdominal cramps
- Respiratory problems
- Improves mood
As a cure against cough, you can take 6 – 8 drops of the essential oil in 3/4 cup of hot water and inhale the steam 2 to 3 times a day. Taleju oil contains Eucalyptus and Cinnamon oil which are effective against cough.
Rub and massage a little Taleju oil behind the ears, and on the temples, and on the forehead. You may also rub some on the top of your neck just below the hairline. Using of Taleju essential oils for headaches can relieve the symptoms.
When suffering from colds, allergies or blocked nose, use 2 to 3 drops of Taleju oil by inhaler, or place 2 to 3 drops on a handkerchief or tissue and inhale from time to time.
Place Taleju oil on your fingertips and put it each nostril to aid breathing and reduce swelling in the nose and sinuses (this works well for blocked and congested noses as well).
Place Taleju oil on your fingertips and gently rub around the affected region (eg. knees) to reduce the pain.
Apply 1 drop of Taleju oil with a cotton swab on the affected area.
The components of Taleju oil is a popular choice for treating sciatica and temporary nerve paralysis. Taleju oil also increases/improves circulation which helps in healing the damaged nerves after injury.
Rub and apply Taleju oil on the affected part but do not apply near/around the genitals.
Massage Taleju oil onto the affected area.
Sore and tired feet
Rub Taleju oil over the clean feet to recover from aches and pain.
Sprain ankles and joints
Use Taleju oil to slightly massage, or in bandages. Do not use on cuts and bruises.
How to use
Essential oil diffuser
Add a few drops of essential oils to the diffuser water.
Add a few drops of Taleju oil to your hot bath. It can help you ease the sore muscles, pain, cough, congested nose and cool sensation to make your mind and body feel calm, which allows for more restful sleep.
Handkerchief or tissue
Place 2 to 3 drops on a handkerchief or tissue and inhale from time to time.
Put a few drops of Taleju essential oil to a bowl of boiling water and inhale the oil’s evaporated steam covering head with a towel. Take long deep breathes through the nose.
- Put drops of Taleju Oil into the water of the small plastic water supply bottle. Adult;3-4 drops, Children from the age of 8;1 drop.
- Shake well.
- Inhale the mist. When you inhale it, you should pinch your nose in order to let the mist be inhaled deep into your lung.
- Do this till the bottle is empty. Usually, 20 to 25 times you inhale.
- Do this treatment twice a day — morning and evening.
- Taleju oil should not be drunk or added to any food products or as an alternative to diet.
- Avoid getting Taleju oil in your eyes, ears, cuts, open injuries and mucous membranes (other than your nose), as it will sting.
- Do not exceed the daily stated dose. High drops used can cause burning sensation.
- Taleju oil should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.
- Taleju oil shouldn’t be used by children below the age of 8.
- Do not use Taleju oil around the genital organs.
- Keep at room temperature in dry place and out of reach for children.
- If any symptoms persist, please consult your doctor or medical practitioner.
- If you suffer from serious ailments such as COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), please consult your doctor. Or ask Dr. Makise by contact us.