Kshirabala Tailam is most renowned in the Ayurvedic community for managing all types of acute and chronic rheumatic disorders. We have three different Kshirabala products for whatever your needs may be! The oils can be administered both internally and externally and comes in 200 ml bottles and 5-liter cartons from Kottakkal Ayurveda.
Vidaryadi is wonderful rejuvenating Ayurveda herb and its products are used in various health problems.
Many companies make different variants. Kottakkal has ghritams, kashayams, kwathams, asavas and lehams with vidaryadi in them. We have all of those available now except for asavams and kashayams. Some companies make churnams with vidaryadi also.If there is a demand, we can keep Asava also as well as liquid Kashayam although we keep this product in tablet form.
Prajakta, one of our most experienced and educated Ayurvedic affiliates, shares her top 5 herbs (and their corresponding Kottakkal products) that practitioners should have in their clinic for the autumn and winter season! Read more for herb and product information and links, along with tons of Sanskrit vocabulary! What Kottakkal products do you absolutely have to have for autumn?
Ayurveda recognizes four types of fats; ghrita (ghee), oil (sesame), vasa (muscle), and majjā (marrow). The unique properties of ghrita stay intact, even when combined with herbs of differing qualities does not lose its own qualities. Ghrita alleviates pitta and vata and is beneficial for rasa, shukra, and oja. It provides relief from burning sensation, softens the tissues, improves voice and complexion.
Narasimha Rasayana is a classically-formulated Ayurvedic jam with butter, honey, and milk as the base. This product balances all three dosas restores energy and is especially rejuvenating for pitta.
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.