Ksheerabala 101 Thailam

Ksheerabala 101 Thailam

– Benefits, How To Use, Ingredients, Side Effects

Ksheerabala 101 Thailam  is an Ayurvedic oil used in the treatment of  Vata disorders causing neuro muscular pains, sciatica, spondylosis, paralysis etc. This oil is also available in capsule form.

Ksheerabala 101 Thailam uses:

It helps to relieve pain and inflammation. It is used in arthritis, sciatica, myalgia, spondylosis, etc.

It is used in pain due to neurological origin – neuralgia.

This oil on oral intake in form of Ksheerabala 101 capsule is believed to bring about nerve regeneration

It is used in all types of arthritis – RA, Osteo-arthritis and gout.

It brings about rejuvenation, nourishing in nature and improves quality of voice.

How to use Ksheerabala Thailam?

It is used for massage (non oral intake usually processed only once oil), Ayurvedic enema therapy, Dhara, Seka etc.

It is also used for mouth gargling, oil pulling, nasya therapy (nasal instillation of drops) etc.


Ksheerabala 101 (Capsule) : For oral intake; the usual dose is 2 capsule 2 times a day before food. It is usually administered along with hot water, which helps in quick absorption.

Ksheerabala 101 Thailam : If it is plain oil  and indicated for oral intake, it is given in a dose of 5 – 10 drops once or twice a day, usually before food. Patient is asked to drink a glass of warm water following the oil.

Ksheerabala 101 Thailam side effects:

  • There are no known side effects of this oil on external application.
  • People with high cholesterol and BP should take extra precaution while taking this medicine, orally.
  • Frozen food should be avoided soon after, or before taking this, orally.
  • Hot water should be taken after taking this.
  • Overdosage may lead to indigestion.
  • It can be given to pregnant mother or children, under medical supervision. 

Ksheerabala oil ingredients:

Ksheerbala 101 is the oil, which is processed for 101 times. Usually it is used only for internal administration.

Ksheerabala taila – name suggests that it is processed only for one time. Usually this oil is used for external application, as in massage, Panchakarma treatment (enema) etc.  However, this version of the oil can also e taken internally.

  • Ksheera means cow milk
  • Bala means an herb called Sida cordifolia
  • Taila means – sesame oil

The oil is formulated as follows –

  • Bala – Sida cordifolia 10 grams
  • Bala – water decoction – 160 ml
  • Ksheera – Milk – 160 ml
  • Taila – Sesame oil – 40 ml

Reference: Ashtanga Hrudayam Vatarakta Chikitsa 22/45-46

Expiry date: 3 years from the date of manufacture. Once you open the seal, it is better to use it within an year.

Shelf life of capsule – 2 years

Manufacturers: Swadeshi, Nagarjuna, Kottakkal

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