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Herbal Oil

Ksīrabala Taila

Ayurveda Therapeutic Oil

රු320.00

Ayurveda Therapeutic Oil for External Body Therapies and Massage.

100ml

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Overview

Ksīrabala Taila (oil) is an important Sneha Kalpana (oil formulation) in Ayurveda with innumerable medicinal properties by virtue of its ingredients and method of preparation. According to ancient Ayurveda texts the combination of Balā, Go-Ksīra (Cow Milk) and Tila Taila (Sesame Oil) in Ksīrabala Taila pacifies all the eighty chronic conditions of Vāta origin (Vata Nānātamja Vikāra) and is rich in Sātvic properties.

 

AYULANKA Ksīrabala oil is specially recommended for Pancakarma, the process of detoxification through body massage. This helps to tone and relax muscles with the added benefit of improving quality of sleep and slowing down the ageing process. Widely used as an external application to the body for Abhyanga, massage, Sarvangadhara (dripping oil on the body), Shirōdhara (dripping oil on the head) and other Pancakarma treatments.

 

This is an herbal oil that can be used for massage as a general oil for any body type.

 

Benefits:

  • Rasāyana (anti-ageing, rejuvenating)
  • Relieve fatigue and mental stress
  • Strengthen the body
  • Boost immunity
  • Nourishes the cells
  • Promotes longevity
  • Promotes the turnover and improves elasticity of the skin
  • Massage oil for regular self-massage
  • Vāta rōga, neurological problems such as paralysis
 

Cautions:

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

Although there are no known adverse effects, recommended to avoid use during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical conditions, consult your Ayurveda physician before use.

Manufacturers advise avoid use during the first trimester. Self-abhyanga (massage) is not recommended during fever, common cold, acute disease conditions, indigestion and menstruation.

Use with caution if any known allergies.

Avoid use if known to have allergy for Sesame or nuts.

Recommended to test on inconspicuous patch of skin 48 hours prior to use.

If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use.

Not recommended for use in children under the age of 16.

Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Keep out of reach of children.

Once opened, use within 6 months.

How to Use

Warm 60 – 100 ml of oil in a hot water bath, 2 – 3 °C above body temperature and apply all over the body gradually covering all the parts of the body. The Shirodhāra and other panchakarma therapies should be performed by a trained therapist under the direct supervision of an Ayurveda physician.

Ingredients

 

Sida cordifolia

Balā (Country Mallow)

Balā meaning strength, is the main ingredient of Ksīrabala Taila and rich in muscle strengthening properties. Balā or Country Mallow is a highly valuable drug in Ayurveda and is one amongst the three most utilized raw herbs. It is abundantly mentioned in Ayurveda as a Vāta pacifying drug and known to possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory as well as hepato-protective properties. Due to these properties Kshīrabala oil is known to relieve symptoms of Chronic Arthritis, Gout, Sciatica, Joint Stiffness, Neural Debility, Neuralgia and Body Pain.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha, especially Vāta

Sesamum indicum

Tila Taila (Sesame Oil)

Sesame oil is used as the base oil of Kshīrabala. Sesame or Tila is well known in Ayurveda for strengthening all the dhatus (tissues) hence pacifying aggravated Vāta. In Kshīrabala preparation, Sesame undergoes “mūrchana” (processing of sesame oil with various medicinal herbs including Triphalā). Following Taila mūrchana, a decoction of Balā, Cow Milk and water are added in required quantities and boiled in accordance of ancient Ayurveda methods. The oil thus formed is filtered and stored to dissolve the lipophilic active molecules of Balā in Sesame oil.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Go-Ksīra (Cow Milk)

Ksīra or milk is rich in cooling, nourishing and refreshing properties. Cow milk used in this oil contains all the elements necessary for the growth and nutrition of bones, nerves, muscles and other tissues.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily), Shīta (Cold)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Pitta and Kapha

Overview

Ksīrabala Taila (oil) is an important Sneha Kalpana (oil formulation) in Ayurveda with innumerable medicinal properties by virtue of its ingredients and method of preparation. According to ancient Ayurveda texts the combination of Balā, Go-Ksīra (Cow Milk) and Tila Taila (Sesame Oil) in Ksīrabala Taila pacifies all the eighty chronic conditions of Vāta origin (Vata Nānātamja Vikāra) and is rich in Sātvic properties.

 

AYULANKA Ksīrabala oil is specially recommended for Pancakarma, the process of detoxification through body massage. This helps to tone and relax muscles with the added benefit of improving quality of sleep and slowing down the ageing process. Widely used as an external application to the body for Abhyanga, massage, Sarvangadhara (dripping oil on the body), Shirōdhara (dripping oil on the head) and other Pancakarma treatments.

 

This is an herbal oil that can be used for massage as a general oil for any body type.

 

Benefits:

  • Rasāyana (anti-ageing, rejuvenating)
  • Relieve fatigue and mental stress
  • Strengthen the body
  • Boost immunity
  • Nourishes the cells
  • Promotes longevity
  • Promotes the turnover and improves elasticity of the skin
  • Massage oil for regular self-massage
  • Vāta rōga, neurological problems such as paralysis
 

Cautions:

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

Although there are no known adverse effects, recommended to avoid use during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical conditions, consult your Ayurveda physician before use.

Manufacturers advise avoid use during the first trimester. Self-abhyanga (massage) is not recommended during fever, common cold, acute disease conditions, indigestion and menstruation.

Use with caution if any known allergies.

Avoid use if known to have allergy for Sesame or nuts.

Recommended to test on inconspicuous patch of skin 48 hours prior to use.

If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use.

Not recommended for use in children under the age of 16.

Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Keep out of reach of children.

Once opened, use within 6 months.

How to Use

Warm 60 – 100 ml of oil in a hot water bath, 2 – 3 °C above body temperature and apply all over the body gradually covering all the parts of the body. The Shirodhāra and other panchakarma therapies should be performed by a trained therapist under the direct supervision of an Ayurveda physician.

Ingredients

 

Sida cordifolia

Balā (Country Mallow)

Balā meaning strength, is the main ingredient of Ksīrabala Taila and rich in muscle strengthening properties. Balā or Country Mallow is a highly valuable drug in Ayurveda and is one amongst the three most utilized raw herbs. It is abundantly mentioned in Ayurveda as a Vāta pacifying drug and known to possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory as well as hepato-protective properties. Due to these properties Kshīrabala oil is known to relieve symptoms of Chronic Arthritis, Gout, Sciatica, Joint Stiffness, Neural Debility, Neuralgia and Body Pain.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily) Pichchila (Slimy)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha, especially Vāta

Sesamum indicum

Tila Taila (Sesame Oil)

Sesame oil is used as the base oil of Kshīrabala. Sesame or Tila is well known in Ayurveda for strengthening all the dhatus (tissues) hence pacifying aggravated Vāta. In Kshīrabala preparation, Sesame undergoes “mūrchana” (processing of sesame oil with various medicinal herbs including Triphalā). Following Taila mūrchana, a decoction of Balā, Cow Milk and water are added in required quantities and boiled in accordance of ancient Ayurveda methods. The oil thus formed is filtered and stored to dissolve the lipophilic active molecules of Balā in Sesame oil.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily)
  • Vīrya: Ūshna (Hot)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies tridōsha

Go-Ksīra (Cow Milk)

Ksīra or milk is rich in cooling, nourishing and refreshing properties. Cow milk used in this oil contains all the elements necessary for the growth and nutrition of bones, nerves, muscles and other tissues.

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES:

  • Rasa: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Guna: Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Oily), Shīta (Cold)
  • Vīrya: Shīta (Cold)
  • Vipāka: Madhura (Sweet)
  • Dōsha: Pacifies Pitta and Kapha