TsMadaan Herbal Pain Oil - 100 ML
Anti-Inflammatory & Muscle Relaxant Massage Oil
The Natural Pain Reliever.
- Cures Joints Pain
- Relieves Low Back Pain
- Cures Swollen Joints
- Cures Inflamed Joints
- Relieves Sprain.
- Relieves Painful Muscles.
- Relieves Neck Strain.
- Cures Old Age Arthritis.
- Cures Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Composition: Hadjod, Datura, Nirgundi, Kaner, Kakjanga Taila, Ashwagandha, Aak, Sounth, Ajwain, Sendha Namak, Vacha, Bachnaag, Kuchla, Ratanjot, Kapur, Boswellia Oil ext., Castor, Turpentine oil, Gandhapura Oil, Sesame Oil, Linseed Oil.
Direction for use: Massage gently on the affected areas. For better results, keep the area covered with a soft, dry cloth for oil to get absorbed. In case of excessive pain, apply twice a day or as directed by physician.
An Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine. Shake well before use.
For external use only.
Benefits of each ingredient of TsMadaan Herbal Pain Oil:
Hadjod can help mend fractures by reducing swelling, relieving pain, and treating allied disorders connected with fractures. Hadjod's anti-inflammatory activities are due to the presence of Beta-sitosterol and luteolin flavonoids.
The phytosterols -sitosterol and -sitosterol glycoside, terpenoids, and phenolic compounds contained in hadjod, such as resveratrol, quercetin, quercitrin, and kaempferol, are thought to be analgesic.
Datura seeds are analgesic, anthelmintic, and anti-inflammatory, and are used to treat stomach and intestinal pain caused by worm infestation, toothaches, and fever caused by inflammation. Its fruit juice is applied to the scalp to cure dandruff and hair loss.
Nirgundi root and bark preparations contain the alkaloid nishindine, which has anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) properties. This aids arthritis sufferers in reducing joint pain and muscle spasms.
The Kaner plant is one of those plants that has both therapeutic and religious significance. We offer crimson blooms from the Kaner tree to the gods. Kaner's flowers come in a variety of colors, including red, yellow, white, and pink. It's a little tree that's about the same size as the plant. It has very long and thin leaves.
Ashwagandha may function as a pain reliever by inhibiting the transmission of pain signals through the central nervous system. It's also possible that it has anti-inflammatory qualities. As a result, some studies has found it to be useful in treating rheumatoid arthritis and other types of arthritis.
Aak Root helps wounds heal faster and soothes stomach pains, headaches, and sprains.
Sonth or Shunthi is also known as vishvabhejhaj (universal medicine) because of its numerous applications. As it balances the vata dosha in the body, it is a natural pain reliever used in Ayurveda to reduce all forms of pain, including abdominal colicky pain, joint pain, headaches, and menstrual pain.
Ajwain, sometimes known as carom or Bishop weeds, is a type of ajwain. It contains essential oil, which is made up of a variety of bioactive chemicals and hence has medical value. Ajwain is available all year round. Ajwain is known for its medicinal and therapeutic properties.
A more pure form of sodium chloride is rock salt. It also has a significant amount of potassium. These minerals aid in the correction of electrolyte imbalances in the body, providing relief from muscle cramps. You can also relieve discomfort in the affected area by mixing rock salt with warm water.
Vacha is a traditional plant that has a number of health benefits. Because this herb enhances intelligence and expression, it is known as "Vacha" in Sanskrit. Vacha is a revitalizing herb in Ayurveda because of its influence on the neurological system. It has a bitter taste and is available in dried form.
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, Vacha essential oil may be effective in relieving pain and inflammation when used externally.
Kuchla oil aids in the management of some painful illnesses (such as rheumatism or other joint discomfort) that are caused by a Vata dosha imbalance. Due to its Vata balancing properties, topical application of Kuchla oil on the afflicted area helps to provide pain and inflammation alleviation.
The origins of Ratanjot's roots are packed with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-aging, and anti-oxidant qualities. This is mostly due to the presence of "beneficial compounds" such as flavonoids, naphthoquinone, alkannin, and shikonin.
When applied topically to the skin, camphor activates nerve endings, reducing symptoms such as pain and itching. Camphor is also employed in the treatment of acute pain. When applied to the skin, it de-sensitizes nerve endings and produces a warm sensation. It also aids in the relief of muscular and joint pain.
ext. Boswellia Oil
The plant is employed in Ayurveda, one of the world's oldest traditional medical systems. Boswellic acids are abundant in Boswellia. These acids are thought to have anti-inflammatory properties.
Castor oil has natural anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent massage oil for sore muscles and joints.
Turpentine oil is used to treat joint pain, muscular discomfort, nerve pain, and toothaches by applying it to the skin. People sometimes inhale the fumes of turpentine oil to relieve chest congestion associated with certain lung conditions.
Sesame seed oil
Sesame oil provides a warming effect, which aids in the relief of muscle pain. It's also great for keeping your feet warm in the winter.
Flaxseed oil, according to study, may aid patients who suffer from pain by reducing inflammation. It's thought that because of the omega-3 fatty acid content, it could be just as helpful as olive oil in this area.