Posted On : 25 January, 2014
Ksheerabala Thailam is herbal oil that used in diseases of nervous system. Its external application is very useful in ayurveda for facial palsy, recurrent headache, hemiplegia and migraine. Moreover, it is also effective in treatment if numbness, tingling and burning sensation.
Sida cordifolia and cow’s milk are main ingredients of Ksheerabala Thailam.
Ksheerabala oil pacifies vata and pita humors. It reduces inflammation and pain due to various underlying causes. However, it is more effective in neurological disorders such as facial palsy and paralysis. It gives strength to muscles as well as prevents degeneration of nervous tissues and nerves. It aids in recovery from disease caused by injury to nerves.
It is also strengthening oil when used internally. It is helpful in cases of muscular wasting, degenerative diseases, joint pain, muscular atrophy, and osteoporosis. It precludes wear and tear of nervous and muscular tissues.
There is no side effects mentioned in ayurvedic texts or reported by clients as such from prescribed therapeutic dosage of this preparation. It is advisable that ayurvedic medicine and treatment are generally considered to be safe when taken under the supervision and guidance of an Ayurvedic Doctor, but rarely may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases. We recommend seeking urgent medical attention in the case of an adverse reaction.
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