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Mahamarma Oils

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There are seven 'maha marma' points on the body, and these correspond with the seven chakras from yoga philosophy. There is a specific blend for each of these points.

See our range of Mahamarma Oils

There are seven ‘maha marma’ points on the body, and these correspond with the seven chakras from yoga philosophy. There is a specific marma blend for each of these points.

Adhipati corresponds with the crown chakra (Sahasrara), Sthapani with the third eye chakra (Ajna), Nila / Manya with the throat chakra (Vishuddha), Hridaya with the heart chakra (Anahata), Nabhi with the navel chakra (Manipura), Basti with the sacral chakra (Svadhisthana), and Guda with the root chakra (Muladhara).

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  • Adhipati Marma Therapy Oil

    8017
    £12.25
  • Hridaya Marma Therapy Oil

    8020
    £29.25
  • Basti Marma Therapy Oil

    8022
    £12.25£31.75
  • Guda Marma Therapy Oil

    8023
    £15.75£41.25
  • Sthapani Marma Therapy Oil

    8018
    £24.75£64.99
  • Nila / Manya Marma Therapy Oil

    8019
    £18.49
  • Nabhi Marma Therapy Oil

    8021
    £12.25£31.75

About Mahamarma Oils

The Oshadhi marma blends were developed by Dr Ernst Schrott, author of a definitive book, Marma Therapy and the technique of treating the marma points which he developed is called Sukshma Marma Therapy. Sukshma means 'gentle, soft, sweet'.

Ayurvedic texts declare that 'Marma is the seat of Life', and Dr Schrott's book offers a wealth of practical advice on how to use marma points for self- and partner-treatment.

You can learn more about marma therapy here.

The Oshadhi marma blends were developed by Dr Ernst Schrott, author of a definitive book, Marma Therapy and the technique of treating the marma points which he developed is called Sukshma Marma Therapy. Sukshma means 'gentle, soft, sweet'.

Ayurvedic texts declare that 'Marma is the seat of Life', and Dr Schrott's book offers a wealth of practical advice on how to use marma points for self- and partner-treatment.

You can learn more about marma therapy here.