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Description:Bala Tel is an Ayurvedic oil, used in Ayurvedic treatment of Vata diseases,vomiting, cough, cold, asthma, wound, emaciation etc. It is used both externally and orally. It is the most favoured oil for new born baby massage.
Bala Tail Uses:
It is used to treat cough, cold, fever, vomiting, bloating, wound, emaciation, spleen diseases, epilepsy, asthma. It is used in Vata diseases.
Doctors prescribe this medicine for the treatment of
Peripheral hypotonia and low muscle tone.
How to use Bala Taila:
Internally it is given in dose of 3 – 6 ml, once or twice a day, before food, with warm water or warm milk, or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
Externally for Nasya, Shirovasti and Snehavasti.
Bala Thailam side effects:
There are no recorded side effects of this medicine.
People with high BP and cholesterol should exercise precaution while taking this medicine.
Over-dosage may cause vomiting and indigestion.
Avoid cold food stuff soon after taking this oil orally.
How long to use Bala oil:
For external use, it can be used for a long period of time.
Internally, it is usually administered for not more than 2 – 3 months.
Principle adopted in making this herbal oil:
In this herbal oil, the herbs are infused in the medium of sesame oil along with herb water decotion. Then the solid waste herb materials are filtered out. Thus, this oil contains oil soluble and water soluble phyto-active principles of medicinal herbs.
Bala Tailam ingredients:
Bala – Sida cordifolia – 4.8 kg
Chinnaruha – Tinospora cordifolia – 1.2 kg
Rasna- Pluchea lanceolata – 600 g
Water for decoction – 30.720 liters, boiled and reduced to 3.072 liters
Mastu – Supernatent liquid of curds – 3.072 liters
Ikshurasa – Sugarcane – Saccharum officinarum – 3.072 liters
Shukta – Fermented gruel – 3.072 liters
Taila – Oil of Sesamum indicum – 3.072 liters
Ajaksheera – Goat milk – 1.536 liters
Paste made from 48 g of fine powders of each of
Shati – Hedychium spicatum
Sarala – Pinus roxburghi
Daru – Cedrus deodara
Ela – Cardamom – Elettaria cardamomum
Manjishta – Rubia cordifolia
Agaru – Aquilaria agallocha
Chandana – Sandalwood – Santalum album
Padmaka – Prunus puddum
Atibala – Abutilon indicum
Musta – Cyperus rotundus
Mudgaparni – Phaseolus trilobus
Mashaparni – Teramnus labialis Spreng.
Harenu – Vitex agnus-castus
Yashti – Licorice – Glycyrrhiza glabra
Surasa – Holy Basil – Ocimum sanctum
Vyaghranakha – Capparis zeylanica
Rishabhaka – Manilkara hexandra (Roxb.) Dubard / Mimusoops hexandra Roxb.
Jivaka – Malaxis acuminata D.Don / Microstylis wallichii Lindl.
Palasha – Butea monosperma
Kasturi – Musk
Neelika – Indigofera tinctorea
Jati – Nutmeg – Myristica fragrans
Sprikka – Delphinium zalil Aitch et. Hemsl.
Kumkuma – Saffron – Crocus sativus
Shaileya – Parmelia perlata
Jatiphala – Nutmeg – Myristica fragrans
katphala – Myrica nagi
Ambu – Pavonia odorata
Twak – Cinnamon – Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Kunduru – Boswellia serrata
Karpoora – Camphor – Cinnamomum camphora
Turushka – Hyoscyamus niger
Shrinivasaka – Pinus roxburghi
Lavanga – Clove – Syzigium aromaticum
Nakha – Capparis zeylanica
Kankola – Piper cubeba
Kushta – Saussurea lappa
Mamsi – Nardostachys jatamansi
Priyangu – Callicarpa macrophylla
Sthauneya – Clerodendrum infortunatum Linn./ viscosum Vent. Gaertn.
Tagara – Valeriana wallichi
Dhyama – Anogeissus latifolia Wall.
Vacha – Acorus calamus
Madanaka – Randia spinosa
Plava – Cyperus bulbosus / Nyctanthes arbor-tristis
Nagakeshara – Mesua ferrea
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