Ksheerabala (41) Avarthi is an excellent Ayurvedic oil that is used for internal as well as external use. It is successfully used in the treatment of all Vata disorders: neurological weakness, rheumatic problems and insomnia.This Ayurvedic oil is one of the most common oils used in Ayurvedic treatments for many types of neurological disorders. The name ksheerabala oil indicates the main components of the drug, i.e. H. Ksheera (milk), Bala (roots of Sida cordifolia), and Tailam (sesame oil), and the oil should be administered under medical supervision. The oils have no side effects when used externally. The oil should not be overdosed as this can lead to indigestion. Usually this oil is used for topical application, such as in massages, panchakarma treatments, etc. The oil is indicated for oral use. It is given in a dose of 5 to 10 drops once or twice a day, usually before a meal. The patient is asked to drink a glass of warm water after the oil.