Provides prompt relief from aches, pains, swelling and stiffness of joints and other musculoskeletal inflammations.
|Botanical Name||Hindi Name||Qty|
|Each 100 ml contains:|
|Curcuma amada ||5 mg|
|Allium sativum||5 mg|
|Colchicum luteum ||5 mg|
|Acorus calamus||5 mg|
|Cinnamomum zeylanicum Oil||2 ml|
|Cinnamomum camphora Oil||3 ml|
|Mentha piperata Oil||5 ml|
|Celastrus paniculatus Oil||5 ml|
|Cedrus deodara Oil||5 ml|
|Pinus longifolia Oil||5 ml|
|Ricinus communis Oil||10 ml|
|Brassica juncea Oil||q.s.|
Backache, cervical spondylitis, fibrositis, frozen shoulder, gonalgia, gout, low back pain, lumbago, muscular rheumatism, muscular cramps and pains, myalgia, myositis, osteoarthritis, rheumatic and rheumatoid arthritis, tennis/golfers’ elbow, sciatica, sports injuries, sprains and tendinitis.
SIDE EFFECTS :
Apply a small quantity of the oil on the affected part and rub with gentle hands till absorbed. Repeat two or three times a day.
DIETARY ADVICE :
Maintain a balanced diet, lose excess weight if you are overweight (obesity can worsen arthritis) and exercise three to four times a week. A good diet includes choices from each of five different groups of foods, which are breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables, fats and oils, poultry, oily fish, lean meats or dried beans, and low-fat milk, cheese and yoghurt. Foods high in cholesterol, fats and sugar should be avoided. Steer clear of takeaway foods and bakery delights. Salt, smoking and alcohol also should be avoided. Warm and hot baths promote the healing of inflammation. Swimming is also advised.
In packs of 3.4 fl. oz. (100 ml)