Posted On : 31 December, 2013
Bala Thailam is made of nervine herb sida cordifolia. Obviously, it will work in neurological diseases and arthritic problems. It has remarkable results in hemiplegia and muscular weakness.
It is mostly used in facial paralysis, hemiplegia, arthritis and muscle wasting. It is used externally and internally both. In external uses, it is used in panchkarma procedures of nasya (nasal instillation) and various massages.
Sida cordifolia is a main ingredient in Bala thailam. It is works on muscles and nerves. Moreover, it is a great analgesic in action so given in arthritis cases as well. Other ingredients are tinosporo cordifolia, alpinia calcarata, sesame oil, goat milk, cedrus deodara, abutilon indicum etc.
As per ayurveda, it pacifies vata humor, relieves pain, and provides strength to the nerves and muscles. It aids in fast recovery from neurological diseases such as facial palsy, hemiplegia and paraplegia. It improves the function of nerves and stimulates them for proper work.
Furthermore, it is also has pain relieving effects and anti-inflammatory effects by which it is used in arthritic problems such as osteoarthritis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis. It is used externally and internally by both means.
It provides strength to surrounding ligaments, tendons and muscles. These support effective joints as well. In muscle wasting, it stops progress of disease by strengthening muscles of the body. For this, massage with bala oil is very effective.
There are no known side effects with bala thailam. However, it should not be used internal in cases of hyperacidity.
Top quality bala thailam oil is stocked at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic in Australia, Melbourne.
Dr Gurnam Singh Saini
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
MD Alternative Medicine
Panchkarma Detox Expert
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