Jatyadi Taila (Oil): Uses, Benefits, & Side Effects

Numerous health disorders are caused by stress, poor sleep, irregular mealtimes, and unhealthy eating habits. Poor lifestyle choices can contribute to digestive issues including constipation and recurrent diarrhea, which may get worse over time and result in anal fissures. Ayurveda has surefire remedies for these problems. A traditional Ayurvedic formulation called Jatyadi Taila (Oil) is well known for healing wounds and anal fissures.

What is Jatyadi Taila (Oil)?           

Jatyadi Taila (oil) is Ayurvedic herbal oil used externally in restoring and strengthening the body’s healing mechanism. External application of this oil heals most types of wounds and also stops bleeding them. All the ingredients of this oil are helpful in disinfecting the wounds and initiating the healing process.

This oil is frequently used to treat wounds in fissures, piles, and fistulas. It efficiently accelerates the healing process and promotes quick recovery from these ailments. In addition, it soothes burning, irritating, and itchy lesions. This oil is also beneficial in the treatment of non-healing wounds, abscesses, eczema, open wounds, cuts, and burns.

Jatyadi Oil is also known by other names, like:

  • Jatyadi Taila           
  • Jatyadi Thailam
  • Jatyadi Tail
  • Jatyadi Tel
  • Jatyadi Tailam

What Are The Ingredients (Composition) Of Jatyadi Taila (Oil)?

Ingredients (Composition) of Jatyadi Taila (Oil) include the ones listed below (1):  

Common Name of The IngredientScientific Name of The IngredientQuantity of The Ingredient
Jatipatra (Mace Tree Leaves)Myristica fragrans10.55 grams
Sariva Hemidesmus indicus10.55 grams
NeemAzadirachta indica10.55 grams
ManjishthaRubia cordifolia10.55 grams
Neel Kamal (Blue Star Water Lily)Nymphaea stellata         10.55 grams
Tuthya (Tutthaka)Copper Sulphate10.55 grams
Haldi (Turmeric)Curcuma longa10.55 grams
Haritaki or Harad (Chebulic Myrobalan)Terminalia Chebula10.55 grams
Patola patra (Pointed Gourd Leaves)Stereospermum suaveolens10.55 grams
PadmakaPrunus cerasoides10.55 grams
Yashtimadhu (Mulethi)Glycyrrhiza glabra10.55 grams
LodhraSymplocos racemosa     10.55 grams
Karanj leavesPongamia Pinnata10.55 grams
Beeswax (Sikta)10.55 grams
Daruhaldi (Daruharidra)Berberis aristata10.55 grams
Kuth or Kushta (Indian Costus Root)Saussurea lappa10.55 grams
KutkiPicrorhiza kurroa10.55 grams
Karanj seedsPongamia Pinnata10.55 grams
Sesame Oil (Til Tail)Sesamum Indicum768 ml
Water —3.072 liters
Ingredients of Jatyadi Oil (Taila)

What Are The Uses and Benefits of Jatyadi Taila (Oil)?

The main uses and benefits of Jatyadi Taila (Oil) include the following:

1) Jatyadi Taila (oil) Benefits for Anal fissure

Anal fissures are usually caused as a result of hard stools or severe diarrhea. Bad eating habits and consuming very spicy foods can make the condition worse. Applying Jatyadi oil topically helps anal fissures heal more quickly. It effectively reduces pain and heals cracks.

The external application of this oil is very helpful in minor cases of anal fissures, but in severe cases, oral medicines like Gandhak Rasayana, Yashtimadhu Churna, Rajat Bhasma, etc along with the topical application of Jatyadi Taila (oil) may be needed for a speedy recovery.

2) Jatyadi Tail (Oil) Benefits for Fistula

Jatyadi Tailam (oil) is extensively used to treat all types of wounds and external openings in the skin. It helps to prevent infection in the wounds.

When its topical application is used with oral Ayurvedic formulations like Triphala Guggulu or Amritadi Guggulu can heal the infection in minor cases of fistula.

3) Jatyadi Taila (Oil) Benefits for Piles

This amazing herbal oil is mostly used to cure piles and relieve symptoms like pain, itching, irritation, and discomfort.

The application of this oil in the rectum and around the anal region aids in the easier passage of feces and reduces inflammation around the anus.

Along with Arshoghni Vati topical application of this oil is also beneficial in bleeding piles.

4) Other Benefits of Jatyadi Taila (Oil)

This Ayurvedic herbal oil has strong antiseptic properties that help speed up the healing process and guard wounds from germs. It also decreases skin redness and inflammation.

A study done on rats (with an excision wound model) also revealed that Jatyadi Taila is significantly effective in wound healing (2).

The topical application of Jatyadi Tailam (Taila) is useful for curing:

  • Blisters
  • Abscess
  • Sinus
  • Cracked heels
  • Animal bite wounds
  • Skin diseases like eczema, Hand Foot Mouth Disease, syphilis, etc.
  • Burns (first- and second-degree burns)
  • Cracked nipples
  • Non-healing Wounds

What Are The Side Effects Of Jatyadi Taila (Oil)?

Jatyadi oil has no side effects and is safe for most people when applied topically.

Its accidental oral intake can cause serious side effects. Thus, this oil should be used only for external applications.

Pregnant women and lactating mothers can safely use Jatyadi Taila (Tailam) for topical application in fissures, piles, or any skin injury.

How to use Jatyadi Taila (Oil)?

While using the Jatyadi oil for piles and anal fissures you should follow the following steps:

  • Take a clean and dry cotton swab and dip it into Jatyadi Taila.
  • Apply this swab on and around the anus.

For getting the best results, you should apply this oil at least four times a day, i.e.

1) Before passing stool

2) After passing stool

3) In the morning after taking a bath

4) At night before going to bed

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any contraindication for Jatyadi Oil (Taila)?

No, there isn’t any contraindication for the external use of this oil.

Is the use of Jatyadi Tailam safe in pregnancy & lactation?

Yes, the topical application of this oil is safe for pregnant women and lactating mothers. But always consult your doctor before using it in pregnancy and lactation.



1) Sharangdhar Samhita, Madhyam Khanda, 9/168-172.

2) Wound healing efficacy of Jatyadi Taila: in vivo evaluation in rat using excision wound model




This article is intended for informational purposes only. Any information associated with this article should not be considered a substitute for prescriptions suggested by local healthcare professionals.


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