Ashwagandha Bala | Ayurvedic Massage Oil

Published: Oct 31, 2021 | Updated: Mar 13, 2022

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Ashwagandha Bala | Ayurvedic Massage Oil

The main ingredients of Ashwagandha Bala oil are Sesame oil (used as a carrier oil), Ashwagandha (Withania Somenifera) and Bala (Sida Cordifolia). The two latter herbs have a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine.

Ashwagandha Bala oil is rather used in therapeutic Abhyanga massages to nourish and strengthen muscles, improve muscle mass, restore damaged muscles, increase vitality and energy levels, strengthen bones, soothe joints affected by arthritis, alleviate swellings and pains.

Additionally, this oil makes the skin more toned, supple, firm and glowing. Ashwagandha Bala oil also helps to relieve stress, and it provides a calming and rejuvenating effect.

Seen from out an Ayurvedic perspective this oil has warming qualities and balances all Doshas, notably Vata Dosha.


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