Ayurvedic Medicated Oil for Neurological Disorders
Ksheerabala Thailam - 200 ml
An Ayurvedic medicated oil used externally in the treatment of disorders related to nervous system. Diseases like Facial palsy, Hemiplegia, recurrent and chronic head ache, migraine, numbness of extremities, tingling sensation, burning sensation (diabetic neuropathy) and stiffness of joints are treated significantly with regular use of Ksheerabala.
This Ayurvedic oil for external application is used in most neurological disorders. Ksheerabala Thailam can be used externally for the diseases like facial palsy, hemiplegia, paralysis, wasting of muscles, muscle stiffness, joint pain and degenerative disorders. Ksheerabala, which is fortified with rare herbs and milk, is useful in all degenerative disorders like osteoporosis, muscular atrophy and peripheral neuropathy. It serves as a promising medicine for prevention of the diseases caused by wear and tear of the nervous system as well as lesions due to organic causes. It could also be used as an oil for regular Abhyangam.
- Treats migraine
- Treats headache
- Reduces numbness
- Resolves burning sensation
Direction of Use
As directed by the physician. Get Free Ayurvedic Consultation
|Composition: 10 ml Prepared out of|
|S.No.||Sanskrit Name||Botanical Name||Parts Used||Qty|
|1||Tailam||Sesamum indicum||Ol||10.000 ml|
|2||Balamoola||Sida cordifolia||Rt||10.781 g|
|3||Ksheeram||Cow Milk||40.000 ml|
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