Sudhabala Thailam (Oil) - Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage
Refernece: Sahasrayogam taiyong
Sudhabala Thailam (Oil) is an Ayurvedic herbal oil. This is used in treatment of neurological conditions. It is used for external application as in massage and also for oral administration.
- Bala moola – root of Sida cordifolia – 480 grams
- Tila taila – sesame oil – 3.072 ml
- Balamoola kashaya – water deocoction of Bala root – 4800 ml.
- Cow Milk – 6.144 ml
Method of Preparation
The above combination is heated till the herbal oil is formed.
Sudhabala Thailam is quiet useful Ayurvedic formulated oil having medicinal properties to supports muscles and nerves. It is very useful to deal with Neurological conditions. It provides effective results when used in hemiplegic and paraplegic conditions, where it helps to restore motor and sensory functions of the brain and improves the blood circulation. This is even helpful in providing relief from the symptoms appearing in neuralgia, provides relief to sufferers of neuralgia, and lessen severe neuralgia pain.
An efficient Ayurvedic oil for managing the facial palsy, improves the facial movements and provides relief from pain and discomfort as well good to use in insanity.
It is also very helpful in women in pregnancy and even useful in puerperium (post delivery period), able to manage problems arising.
This is suitable for improving joint functions too, helps to recover the movements in the joints. It is even useful to manage eye diseases.
How to use?
Orally, it is usually administered in a dose of 2 – 10 drops once or twice a day before food with luke warm water or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
- It is best to use this medicine strictly under medical supervision.
- Patients with high cholesterol and high blood pressure should take extra precaution.