Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)

Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)

Kerala Ayurveda Balaswagandhadi Thailam (200 ml)

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According to Ayurveda, getting massages and using oils for external applications is a real necessity and highly beneficial for the human body. There doesn’t need to be a deficiency or issue to use the Ayurvedic massage oils, it can be made use of even as part of a regimen twice or thrice a week. In these cases, sesame oil is the most common and is used on the head and feet. There are plenty of benefits that can be derived from Ayurvedic massage oils. Oil massages are known to nourish the heart and calm the mind. Additionally, it is also beneficial in increasing the elasticity of the muscles and ligaments, while also playing a huge role in strengthening the bones.

Having pain and discomfort in the joints or muscles is a common occurrence that every individual will experience from time to time. It is a natural bodily reaction to stress, strain or excess load on the specific muscle. Of course, the natural course of action would be to rest the muscle, which provides the necessary relief. But in many cases, this could become a nagging issue with the aches and pains persisting. This could be indicative of a more serious issue that requires the utmost care if it is to be resolved completely and from the root cause of the issue. This is where Kerala Ayurveda helps, with a wide range of Ayurvedic massage oils that can be used regardless of whether it is for medical or therapeutic purposes. It is important to first know the Dosha of the body -- Vata, Pita, Kapha -- before finding the right Ayurvedic massage oil that can benefit the individual.  

Ayurveda is known to provide holistic solutions for a range of deficiencies and issues. When it comes to problems pertaining to aches and pains of the muscles, joints, or bones, Ayurveda’s deep-rooted solution includes lifestyle changes, dietary changes, and supplements for long-term relief. The Balaswagandhadi Thailam Ayurvedic massage oil is a concoction of multiple highly effective herbs that are really useful in treating any aches and pains, providing long-term relief. It can also be used as a therapeutic oil helping calm the mind and body while improving blood circulation.

Balaswagandhadi Thailam - Ayurvedic Massage Oil

Balaswagandhadi Thailam - Ayurvedic Massage Oil: Rejuvenative and Restorative. It strengthens and tones muscles, and improves nerve conduction.

Reference Text: (Sahasrayogam)


Balaswagandhadi Thailam is a great Ayurvedic massage oil that has been prepared to help strengthen the muscles and nerves. It is one of the best oils in Kerala Ayurveda’s wide range and is to be used for external application only, as an Ayurvedic massage oil. It has Ashwagandha, Bala, and Lakshadi as its dominant constituents and is also called Ashwagandha Bala Lakshadi Thailam.


Benefits of Balaswagandhadi Thailam

 Thailams or essential oils are widely used as part of the Ayurvedic treatment process. These oils have the reputation of being an overall mind and body solution. 

  • It is a great supplement that can be used to treat muscle weakness and it also strengthens bones, joints, and ligaments.
  • People that suffer from debilitating conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, spondylitis, and muscular dystrophy can find a great sense of relief after using this Ayurvedic massage oil.
  • Complementing the Balaswagandhadi Thailam with other medications is also said to be a useful remedy in the treatment of hernia. 
  • It is helpful in managing recurring headaches, fevers, and serious illnesses.
  • It is helpful in the treatment of conditions like neuralgia, paralysis and psychic disorders.


Balaswagandhadi Thailam Ingredients

768 g of coarse powder of each of

  • Bala – Sida Cordifolia
  • Laksha – Laccifer lacca
  • Ashwagandha – Withania somnifera
  • Taila – Sesame Oil / Oil of Sesamum indicum – 768 ml
  • Mastu – Supernatant liquid of curds – 3.072 liters
  • Water for decoction – 12.288 litres. Water is boiled till it is reduced to 1/4th

12 g of fine powder of each turned into paste form:

  • Rasna- Pluchea lanceolata
  • Jalada – Cyperus rotundus
  • Manjishta – Rubia cordifolia
  • Durva – Cynodon dactylon
  • Madhuka – Licorice – Glycyrrhiza glabra
  • Choraka – Angelica glauca
  • Sariva – Hemidesmus indicus
  • Usheera – Vetiveria zizanioides
  • Padmakesara – Nelumbium Speciosum
  • Kushta – Saussurea lappa
  • Agaru – Aquilaria agalloch
  • Suradruma / Devdaru – Cedrus deodara
  • Haridra – Turmeric Rhizome – Curcuma Longa
  • Kumuda – Nymphaea stellata
  • Kaunti – Vitex agnus-castus
  • Shatahva – Anethum Sowa
  • Chandana – Red Sandalwood – Pterocarpus santalinus

About Arthritis

Arthritis is a medical condition that leads to the inflammation of joints like wrists, knees, fingers etc. This leads to pain and swelling in the joints. There are different types of arthritis - some of the common ones being osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis can affect your other organs as well by attacking the tissues of those organs. 
While osteoarthritis occurs due to wear and tear of joints due to ageing, rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition where the immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks the tissues of your joints. 


About Muscle Weakness

Your brain sends a signal through spinal cord and nerves to initiate a muscle contraction. Muscle weakness is a condition where there is difficulty in getting a normal muscle contraction in spite of your best efforts. It is common and is observed in everyone at some point in their lifetime. It can be caused by exhaustion, extensive exercise or sickness. However, persistent muscle weakness with no apparent cause needs attention.



Some of the common causes of arthritis are as follows:

  • Obesity
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Excessive alcohol intake
  • Abnormal kidney function
  • Certain medications
  • Viruses
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Genetics
  • Environmental factors
  • Smoking
  • Underlying medical conditions such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Muscle weakness can happen in many health conditions. Some of the common causes are as follows:

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Muscular dystrophies
  • Polio
  • Graves disease
  • Stroke
  • Lack of muscle tone
  • Myasthenia gravis
  • Neuralgia
  • Botulism
  • Polymyositis
  • Guillain-Barre syndrome
  • Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Elevated calcium levels
  • Rheumatic fever
  • West Nile virus
  • Peripheral neuropathy

Ayurveda’s view on Arthritis and Muscle Weakness

Arthritis is classified as two types, Sandhigat Vata (Osteoarthritis) and Ama Vat (Rheumatoid Arthritis). Sandhigat Vata is a condition caused by malnutrition aggravating the joints that are already injured by infections or a previous injury. It is a condition where there is pain and swelling in the big joints.

Aggravated Vata along with Ama is transported into the joints. Together, Vata and Ama destroy the soft tissues in the joints and later damage the bones. The toxins can also clog the channels supplying nutrients thereby causing further damage. The effects on the joints result in the classic symptoms of osteoarthritis which include inflammation, stiffness, pain, and swelling.

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is caused by the accumulation of toxins and the malfunctioning of the defense mechanism. There is a drastic accumulation of toxins in the body along with an increase in heat (Pitta). The imbalance of these elements affects Ojas (Element of the body’s strength and immunity) initiating the disease cascade.

Ama is carried by Vata and reaches sites predominant with Kapha (phlegm) like joints. The sticky toxin clogs micro-channels called ‘srotasa’ that nourish the body. This process not only depletes Ojas but also clogs the channels. The Ama (Toxin) that reaches joints is considered a foreign body resulting in an immune response. This is believed to be the cause of the autoimmune-disease.

According to Ayurveda, “Mamsa Dhatu” refers to the muscles in the human body. Vata vitiation within the mamsa dhatu is responsible for the problems with tissues surrounding the joints.

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