Rejure Oil

Rejure Oil


Prized by Royalty for Rapid Pain Relief

Rejure is a classic, topical Ayurvedic pain relief oil that was historically reserved for the rich and powerful. Its first recorded use was in 1674 at the royal court of Indian warrior king Shivaji Maharaj. The king suffered pain from combat injuries and he was massaged daily with a healing oil made from the strongest known herbs. We hand-craft our Rejure oil according to the exact recipe written by the king’s physician.  The base layer of Rejure is a blend of sesame and eucalyptus oils, which are known for detoxifying, anti-inflammatory and muscle-relaxant properties.1 

Rejure is an extract of 42 powerful herbs, ranging from the mighty Himalayan cedar and the eerie “broken bones tree” to the delicate snow lotus & spiked ginger lily. There is such a wide diversity of trees and plant extracts that we’ve nicknamed Rejure a “forest in a bottle.” The 42 herbs are boiled in the oil and cooled for a total of 59 times, according to the traditional recipe. The laborious, handcrafted process takes a minimum of 3 months to complete. The final result is a thin, light amber oil with a sweet, earthy and mentholated fragrance.  When rubbed into the skin near aches, pains and areas of soft tissue discomfort, Rejure is astonishingly potent and fast acting. A recent spectrographic analysis of Rejure oil identified at least 740 distinct molecular compounds. A little goes a long way: every drop is completely filled to the brink with powerful plant medicines!  

Each glass bottle contains 1oz (30 mL) of Rejure topical oil in a glass bottle with a pump dispenser top. 

How to Use It

Spray Rejure onto the skin and rub it deeply and thoroughly into areas affected by aches, pain or stiffness. Rejure is rapidly absorbed into the tissues surrounding the joints, ligaments and neuromuscular tissue. 

WARNING: Do not drink or swallow! Because Rejure is made from extremely potent & complex herbs it is intended for topical (skin) use only. Keep out of reach of children and store in a cool place. 


Sesame and eucalyptus oils infused with the following herbs:

  1. Indian aconite (aconitum ferox)

  2. Sweet flag (acorus calamus)

  3. Bael apple (aegle marmelos)

  4. Garlic (alium sativum)

  5. Galangal (alpinia galanga)

  6. Dill (anethum sowa)

  7. Field mustard (brassica campestris)

  8. Ceylon caper (capparis zeylanica)

  9. Radhuni (carum roxburghianum)

  10. Himalayan cedar (cedrus deodara)

  11. Arni (chlerodendrum phlomidis)

  12. Camphor (cinnamomum camphora)

  13. Thorn apple (datura alba)

  14. Devil's trumpet (datura metel)

  15. Shalparni (desmodium gangeticum)

  16. Dhamasa (fagonia arabica)

  17. Licorice (glycyrrhiza glabra)

  18. Gambhari (gmelina arbora)

  19. Spiked ginger lily (hedychium spicatum)

  20. Indian sarsaparilla (hemidesmus indicus)

  21. Moringa (moringa oleifera)

  22. Broken bones tree (oroxylum indicum)

  23. Black pepper (piper nigrum)

  24. Castor (ricinus communis)

  25. Madder (rubia cordfolia)

  26. Snow lotus (saussuria lappa)

  27. Sesame (sesamum indicum)

  28. Flannel weed (sida cordifolia)

  29. Poisonberry (solanum indicum)

  30. Kantakari (solanum surattense)

  31. Fragrant Padri (stereospermum chelonoides)

  32. Tamarind (tamarindus indica)

  33. Guduchi (tinospora cordifolia)

  34. Goat's head (tribulus terrestris)

  35. Dabra (uraria picta)

  36. White damaer (vateria indica)

  37. Masha bean (vigna mungo)

  38. Ashwagandha (withania somnifera)

  39. Ginger (zingiber officinale)

  40. Cashmere tree root

  41. Bees’ wax

  42. Rock salt



  1. Biol Res. 2015; 48(1): 7.

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