Balaswagandhadi Kuzhampu is used to treat joint, muscle, and bone weakness as well as headaches, fevers, emaciation, and muscular wasting. It is used to treat all vata problems, including paralysis, neuralgia, and rheumatoid arthritis. Balaswagandhadi Kuzhampu increases blood quality and muscle strength. It supports maintaining healthy digestive processes and enhancing liver function.
External application only. Apply externally over effected joint or area and massage gently for 30 mins.
Tila Thailam (Sesame oil)
Sesame is a significant source of phytonutrients with potential health benefits, including omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoids, phenolic anti-oxidants, vitamins, and dietary fibre. It has antioxidant effects, provides energy, nutrients, aids in digestion, and benefits the skin. One of the greatest oils for Vata Vyadhis including arthritis, rheumatism, and joint swelling.
Go ghritham (cow’s ghee)
Cow’s ghee, also known as go ghrita, has been recommended for usage in various forms of lifestyle and psychiatric illnesses by Ayurveda. Beyond promoting mental wellness, go ghrita is also given for mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, dementia, sanity, and epilepsy.
Eranda Thailam – Castor oil (Ricinus communis)
Castor oil assists the body’s natural detoxification processes, and encourages the evacuation of toxins from the body. It helps to maintain healthy skin and clean blood. It supports bowel movements that are regular, which improves digestive health. Promotes liver health by assisting normal metabolism and removing sporadic accumulation and obstructions.
Laksha (Laccifer lacca)
Laksha is a gum-like substance made by the female lac bug Laccifer lacca. It is also known as lac. It effectively aids in fracture repair and wound healing. It also offers relief from burning sensations and nasal bleeding and is utilised in bleeding problems.
Bala (Sida cordifolia)
Bala aids with weight management. Due to its hypoglycemic (blood sugar decreasing) function, it also aids in blood glucose management. Due to its antioxidant and hepatoprotective properties, bala also shields the liver cells from harm brought on by free radicals. Additionally, by inhibiting blood vessel constriction, this antioxidant function helps to protect cardiac cells from free radical damage and regulate blood pressure.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
Ashwagandha contains constituents that help to calm the brain, reduce swelling, lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system. Since ashwagandha is traditionally used as an adaptogen, it is used for many conditions related to stress. Adaptogens are believed to help the body resist physical and mental stress.
Chandhana (Santalum album)
It has diuretic properties and is used to treat urethritis vaginalis, cystitis, and bladder inflammation. It is applied to treat eye conditions characterised by excessive secretion, redness, and burning. Menorrhagia and profuse white discharge can benefit from it (leucorrhea). Chandana is useful for palpitations, gonorrhoea, and severe dermatitis.
Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia)
Manjistha is commonly used as a blood purifier. It has many other therapeutic properties like calcium channel blocking, anti-diabetic, anti-platelet, and anti-stress. It is used in the treatment of skin problems and has anticancer properties.
Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Yashtimadhu commonly known as liquorice is a multifaceted drug in Ayurveda. It helps in treating respiratory ailments, skin conditions, digestive disorders and aids healthy weight loss. Its also plays an important role alleviating Menstrual, Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) cramps and Menopause problems.