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Kerala Ayurveda Ksheerabala 101 by Avarathi - 10 nos

Kerala Ayurveda Ksheerabala 101 by Avarathi - 10 nos

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The Ksheerabala 101 Avarti Capsules are an Ayurvedic oil formulation in capsule form. It is known to be a joint inflammation medicine that helps to relieve the inflammation and pain that is caused by neuromuscular disorders such as sciatica, arthritis, myalgia, neuralgia, and spondylosis. It is known to be useful for patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and osteoarthritis.  


The entire human body depends on the skeletal framework and the muscles for proper movement. When a person suffers from joint inflammation and pain, the ability to move easily is compromised. When there is pain and a limited range of movement, it becomes very difficult to go about one’s daily activities. Some of the joint-related diseases also cause deformation of the joint over a longer period of time. The Ksheerabala 101 Avarti Capsule is formulated as per the ancient Ayurvedic methods in order to help relieve the symptoms of joint-related problems. The ingredients used in this formulation are time-tested and used from ancient times to manage joint issues that are primarily caused by the Vata Dosha imbalance. Reduced pain and inflammation help to improve mobility in patients. 


The Bala Kwath and Bala Kalka are processed with milk and sesame oil until only the oil remains. It is then cooled and filtered. To get the Ksheerabala 101 this process is repeated 101 times. This makes for a finished product that is an extremely potent joint inflammation medicine as described in the ancient Ayurvedic texts. The Ksheerabala 101 Avarti capsules contain this oil in a soft gel capsule. 

Bala - Kwath (Sida cordifolia)

  • Bala is also called Country Mallow.
  • Kwath is a Kashayam or herbal tea. This is the water extract or decoction form of a herb. It is usually prepared by mixing the herb and water in fixed proportions and then reducing it to a decoction. 
  • Bala is a herb used in Ayurveda for its antioxidant, analgesic, antipyretic, antiviral, antirheumatic, diuretic, immunoenhancing, hypoglycaemic, hepatoprotective properties.
  • It is useful in neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders owing to its neuroprotective properties. It is beneficial for the nerves, muscles, and joints. 
  • It is a traditional herb primarily used in the treatment of Vata Dosha disorders.

Bala - Kalka (Sida cordifolia ) 

A Kalka is a herbal paste form of a herb. Bala Kalka is usually a paste that is made by mixing Bala root powder with water

Godugdha (Milk) 

  • Pure cow’s milk is a highly regarded ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine
  • According to the Ayurvedic system, pure milk is considered to nourish all the tissues of the body
  • It is good for Vata and Pitta type constitutions but not Kapha Dosha type people
  • It helps to balance all three Doshas.

Thila thaila (Sesamum indicium)

  • This is sesame oil 
  • In Ayurvedic Panchkarma treatments, it is the preferred oil.
  • It is the best oil for Vata Vyadhis or Vata disorders
  • It penetrates the skin very easily
  • It is used for Abhyanga, Shirodhara Nasya and Basti treatments
  • It is used in both external and internal Ayurvedic formulations.
  • When taken internally, it acts as an iron supplement
  • It has antioxidant properties and is rich in Vitamin E.
  • It is found to be rich in alkaloids that are known central nervous system stimulants. 
  • It is useful in traditional treatments for different neuromuscular disorders as well as rheumatism and arthritis.


The Ksheerabala 101 Avarti is an Ayurvedic formulation that is oil-based. It is dosed in drops. This Ksheerabala 101 Avarti capsule applies modern packaging technology to present the same oil medicine in a soft capsule form. One capsule is equal to 10 drops of the Ksheerabala 101 Avarti oil. The dosage is one capsule twice a day or as directed by an Ayurvedic physician.  


Ayurveda considers neuromuscular disorders as a Vata Dosha Problem. This is because Vata is the life force (Prana) and controls movement. Ayurveda locates the control of movement not in the central nervous system as Western medicine does but in the lumbosacral region called the Kati. In Ayurveda both the neuromuscular disorders that are present at birth and those that are gradually degenerative are Vata disorders or Vata Vyadhi. The weakest part of the body tends to get affected by this imbalance. This Vata disorder causes either extreme weakness or stiffness of the affected part.

Ayurveda offers treatment methods for these disorders through a multifaceted approach. The Vata imbalance is treated by internal medication as well as external treatments called Panchakarma treatments. This treatment for inflamed joints externally strengthens the affected parts and helps pacify the Dosha imbalance. Lifestyle changes and yoga is known to help one to get the maximum benefit out of the treatment. Internal joint inflammation treatment helps to balance the Doshas and as a tonic for the affected nerves and muscles. Most of the pain and movement issues are caused because of severe inflammation of the joints. Joint nourishment medication helps to ease movement.

The digestive and metabolic process has to be efficient in order for a person to have optimum health. Ayurveda dictates that when there is insufficiency in metabolism there is a metabolic waste formed called Ama. This toxic waste over a longer period becomes Amavisha which is the most dangerous form of it. This Ama starts to affect the joints and causes inflammation. The internal Ayurvedic medicine helps to ease this inflammation and pain as well as detoxify the body. Diet and lifestyle changes help the patient to prevent the formation of Ama. These Ayurvedic treatments when sustained over a longer period aim to restore the patient’s ability to move freely and lead a better quality of life.  


The nervous system is divided into the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system is the brain and the spinal cord while the rest of the nerves make the peripheral nervous system. These nerves are made of cells called neurons. The junction between a neuron and a muscle is called the presynaptic terminal or a neuromuscular junction. Neuromuscular disorders may occur due to genetics, hormonal disorder diabetes, or autoimmune disorders. They are also caused by inflammation in the joints due to autoimmune disorders. The painful condition of gout occurs due to the inability of the body to eliminate uric acid which then crystallized in the joints.

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