Posted On : 09 March, 2021
Bilwa tailam oil is traditionally used in Ayurveda for the Ear disorders. It has been very beneficial for the treatment of ear disorders like:
Karna poorana meaning administering the Ayurvedic oil in the ear.
Bilwa oil has been used traditionally in Ayruveda for centuries for Karna Poorna.
Cotton swab or ear bud is used to administer the oil in the ear.
The bilwa oil Karna poorna should only be performed under the supervision and guidance of an expert Ayurvedic doctor after Ayurvedic Consultation and analysis of dosha imbalance. The Bilwa oil should not be adminstered in the case of an acute ear infection especially conditons like ruptured ear drum.
Bhaishajya Ratnawali Karna Rog Chikitsa Chapter 62 Versus 29
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