Kshirbala Tailam 150 ml. Oil

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Arthritis, Gout, Sciatica, Stiffness of joints, Nervous debility, Neuralgia , Insomnia, Cracking Joints, Paralysis, Spondylosis, Inflammations, Lumbago, Rheumatism, etc. APPLICABLE FOR ALL BODY MASSAGE.

  • Proven track record to solve the problem
  • A special blend of herbal extracts
  • Resolves issue within the mentioned time period
  • No Side Effects
Kshirbala Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Til Tail (Sesamum indicum):

Sesame oil brings aggravated vata to normal condition. When it is infused with various herbs, it almost cures all diseases. Sesame oil increases hair growth and enhances volume of hair and its shine. It strengthens the hair roots, kills lice and prevents formation of dandruff. It heals the boils of scalp caused by infections and prevents hair loss. Massaging sesame oil on body has immense benefits. It rejuvenates body skin and increases its glow and fairness. It strengthens and tones the muscles and ligaments. Sesame oil massage is very beneficial in body pain, joint pains, insomnia and dry skin.

Bala (Sida cordifolia):

The plant is analgesic, anti-inf lammatory & tonic. It affects the central nervous system & provides relief from anxiety. Its extract is consumed to reduce body weight. It tones the blood pressure & improves the cardiac irregularity.

It is also useful in fever, fits, ophthalmic, rheumatism, colic and nervous disorders. Sida cordifolia oils are used topically to the sore muscles and sore joints in rtieumatism and arthritis with the crushed leaves can be carried out a cataplasm to alleviate local pains and because of its astringent value for the cure of external wounds or imperfections of the skin.

It is also demonstrated that S. cordifolia can increase pain tolerance & appears to have anti-inflammatory properties. When rats were exposed to heat, rats that consumed Sida cordifolia had a greater heat tolerance. It may be effective as an antioxidant. Diwan and Kulkarni studied anti-inflammatory activity of ethyl acetate & alcohol extracts of S. cordifolia was studied in rats The percent inhibition of oedema was calculated with reference to the control group. The aerial part exhibited significant anti-inflammatory activity only at a dose level of 600 mg/kg. Both Sida cordifolia aerial and root extract showed dose dependent activity (Diwan etai., 1983).

In another experimental study, Bala was tested by Acetic acid induced writhing test method on Analgesic activities. The number of writhing episodes of eight groups of six animals were compared with those of aspirin. At a 600 mg/kg dose both S. cordifolia root and aerial extract exhibited significantly (p < 0.001) better activity than that elicited by aspirin. He also evaluated the latency time for licking of legs & jumping responses after exposure on the hot plate surface. The increase of latency time in relation to the control was taken as an index of analgesic activity.

Godugdha (Cow milk):

Kshir i. e. Milk is widely used from ancient era as a food and base of medicament. It has a high nutritive and medicinal value because of its components like proteins, lipids, fatty acids, vitamin, enzymes and minerals which are easily acceptable by healthy individuals as well as patients. Qualities of milk have been potentially used as a medicine by combining it with different herbs as in the case of Kshirpaka. Physical properties of milk substantiate this concept. It has been studied that on gradual increase in the temperature of milk, solubility of fats and proteins also increases, which may enhance the extraction of the medicinally important active constituents.

Milk is both a non-polar and a polar solvent due to its high fat and water contents. Hence, both these types of active constituents are extracted in milk. This may be the reason for its preference over water for extraction in Ayurved. Apart from being most essential for life activity, the other advantages of milk are its natural source, presence of most of the vitamins & minerals & its use as a general tonic. Hence, along with taking more quantities of phytoconstituents as drugs, the recipient of Kshirapaka's is having the benefit of these nutrients.

Traditionally Kshirabala Tailam is used in Arthritis, Gout, Sciatica, Stiffness of joints, Nervous debility, Neuralgia , Insomnia, Cracking Joints, Paralysis, Spondylosis, Inflammations, Lumbago, Rheumatism, etc. This oil is widely used in Ayurvedic body massage. This helps to relax body muscles and is of good help for body builders as it tones up muscles. Regularization of sleep and slowing down of ageing process are other added advantages of Kshirabala Tailam massage. It helps to relieve pain and inflammation. It is used in arthritis, sciatica, myalgia, spondylosis, etc. It is used in pain due to neurological origin - neuralgia. It is used in all types of arthritis - RA, Osteo-arthritis and gout.

Adverse effects:

There are no known side effects of this oil on external application.


  • People with high cholesterol and BP should take extra precaution while taking this medicine, orally.
  • Frozen food should be avoided soon after, or before taking this, orally.
  • Hot water should be taken after taking this.
  • It can be given to pregnant mother or children, under medical supervision.

It is used for massage, Ayurvedic enema therapy, Dhara, Seka etc.

It is also used for mouth gargling, oil pulling, nasya therapy (nasal instillation of drops) etc.

Dosage and administration:

If it is plain oil and indicated for oral intake, it is given in a dose of 5-10 drops once or twice a day, usually before food. Patient is asked to drink a glass of warm water following the oil.