Five oils available in softgel capsules
Softgel capsules offer a good advantage over liquid oils
no unpleasant taste
no messy measuring
easy to carry while on the go
Kshirabala (101) Softgel capsule
supports the healing of neuromuscular inflammatory pain, sciatica, spondylitis, and paralysis. It also rejuvenates nerves. These tabs help to relieve pain and inflammation. Many ailments like cataracts, ear-aches, headaches, suryavaratta, gulma, vaginal disorders, and colic are relieved by these capsules. Dhanwantaram (101) Softgel capsule
useful for vata related conditions of arthritis, paralysis, skeletal and neuromuscular conditions. Promotes healthy post-partum care for mothers.Gandha Oil Softgel capsule
quickly heals broken bones and fractures, promotes hair growth. Strengthens bone, ligaments, and tendons by increasing the absorption of calcium. Useful for osteoarthritis and strengthens joints. Bala Oil Softgel capsule
useful in colds, coughs, vomiting, gulma, fainting, debility, paralysis, hysteria, and opisthotonos. Famous for all vata conditions including that of all types of Avarana vāta conditions. Maharajaprasarini oil softgel capsule
Useful in all kinds of acute and chronic rheumatism. It is also a nervine tonic and rejuvenating agent and also used for uterine complaints, colic, etc.
Also in Healing with Kottakkal Ayurveda
For 150 years, Arya Vaidya Sala (AVS), Kottakkal, India has been a Charitable Institution engaged in the practice and propagation of Ayurveda, the ancient health care science of India. AVS offers classical Ayurvedic medicines and authentic Ayurvedic treatments and therapies to patients from all over India and abroad. The organization has now grown into a multi-unit, multi-disciplinary, multi-functional and multi-core organization. It has operations in different areas of Ayurvedic practice. AVS runs Ayurvedic Hospitals at Kottakkal, Delhi, and Kochi. AVS has three GMP certified modern medicine manufacturing units attached with well-equipped quality control labs.
Seven cows sunned themselves in a patch of grass in New Paltz, New York, relaxing in the early autumn breeze. When Nimai Pandit, the owner and chief farmer of Gopal Farm, stepped into their enclosure, a slim, tawny cow approached. Her name was Yogamaya, and she wanted a head rub. “They can’t massage this,” he explained as he scratched deeply behind the rough tuft of hair at the top of her head. When he stopped, Yogamaya nudged him with her nose. “Oh, they love petting. They like human touch.”
The Traditional Formulations
Churnams are single dravyas that are finely ground and strained through a fine sieve. The result is a fine light powder that easily absorbs. Single churnams are combined to make traditional formulations. Churnams are the main components for kashayas, kwathams, arishtams, lehams, oils, and ghritams. Some churnams are produced for internal use while others are for external use only. There are five aqueous extracts known as the pañca kaṣāya.