Myaxyl Cream

20 Gm

₹60.00

Categories: Joint care 

Tags: Joint Pain 
Available Stock : In Stock

BASIC INFO

Myaxyl Cream

Myaxyl Cream from Kerala Ayurveda is a non-sticky formula cream that can be used as a herbal external application for joint pain. It’s often seen as ayurvedic medicine for swelling because it possesses anti-inflammatory properties. Many bone, joint, and muscle disorders have associated symptoms that can cause excruciating pain and swelling. The cream helps to soothe these symptoms and to provide relief from them.

The Myaxyl Cream is an ayurvedic medicine for joint stiffness because it helps promote healing. It has been found to be useful in improving mobility and help nourish the joint tissues. The cream possesses herbs that help to improve circulation so that the joint heals faster. Another benefit of this cream is that it can be used as ayurvedic medicine for sprain. It has shown to reduce symptoms such as numbness, pain, and swelling.

 

Ingredients

Myaxyl Cream is an ointment that is useful in a range of muscle, joint, and bone disorders. It helps give relief from symptoms such as pain and inflammation. The strength of the Myaxyl Cream lies in the herbs that are used in making this ointment. Here are four herbs that are used to make the cream and the qualities that each possesses.

Keram

  • Has antimicrobial properties
  • Reduces ama in the body
  • Has antibacterial properties
  • Is rich in antioxidants
  • Helps reduce muscle cramps
  • Has antifungal properties
  • Helps in faster wound healing
  • Prevents bone loss
  • Helps improve the bone structure
  • Helps reduce inflammation

Devadaru

  • Helps balance Vata and Kapha doshas
  • Helps in quick healing
  • Helps relax nerves
  • Helps prevent arthritis
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Helps soothe muscles
  • Helps in tissue rejuvenation
  • Helps reduce pain
  • Is effective for treating skin diseases
  • Helps purify blood

Sigru

  • Reduces swelling related to arthritis
  • Is an analgesic
  • Has antibacterial properties
  • Has antifungal properties
  • Helps improve mobility
  • Reduces ama
  • Helps give joint pain relief
  • Has antioxidant properties
  • Promotes wound healing
  • Helps improve bone strength

Karpoora

  • Possesses anti-fungal properties
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Is rich in antioxidants
  • Helps relax nerves
  • Gives pain relief
  • Helps give relief from muscle spasms
  • Has expectorant qualities
  • Helps heal muscle disorders
  • Helps prevent skin infections
  • Has  anti-arthritic properties

Bone, joint, and muscle health is extremely important. When there is any problem in any of these then it can cause pain and other uncomfortable symptoms. They can cause problems in mobility and performing basic tasks. Understanding the core of why disorders of the bone, joint, and muscle occur can help you determine the treatment options that are best for your current situation.

 

Causes of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, myalgia, and contusion

Osteoarthritis is a risk factor for those people who are obese and those who overuse their joints more than usual. For some, osteoarthritis can be hereditary. An injury can lead to osteoarthritis. Certain diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis can lead to osteoarthritis. Sometimes, excess growth hormone can lead to osteoarthritis.

Synovium is the membrane lining that covers your joints. When the immune system attacks the synovium then it leads to inflammation. When this occurs, the cartilage is destroyed and the ligaments are weakened. Eventually, this leads to rheumatoid arthritis. Infection can cause rheumatoid arthritis in some cases.

There are two types of myalgia - acute and chronic. Acute myalgia is caused because of injury, strain, or overuse. Chronic myalgia can be caused due to a range of diseases. It can be caused because of vaccinations or injuries. Myalgia can be the side effect of certain medications such as statins. In some cases, when you stop taking strong medications then myalgia can develop.

Contusion or bruising can happen because of several reasons. It can be caused due to muscle strain, sports injuries, head injury, accidents, and ankle sprain. Concussions can lead to bruises too. Sometimes blood thinners such as warfarin or aspirin can lead to confusion. Certain supplements can lead to bruising too.

 

Ayurveda’s perspective on bone, joint, and muscle health

Bones, joints, and muscles are vital for our bodies. When they go out of balance that is when most people realize their importance. In Ayurveda, every process and every part of the body is given equal importance because it contributes to the overall wellbeing of an individual. Ayurveda states that there are three doshas in the body - vata, kapha, and pitta. When these are balanced then the body functions well and you are healthy emotionally and physically. When one or more of these are out of balance then they can affect the joint, muscle, and bone health. If things really go awry then they can lead to some serious health problems that are then difficult to treat and heal.

There are various types of joint-related diseases that can affect you. Depending on the type of joint disease that you are going through, Ayurveda has solutions accordingly. Let’s take the example of rheumatic arthritis. This is due to an excess of ama in the system. People who have these are recommended to eat nourishing foods that are easy to digest. Kichadi is recommended and so is using ghee. To reduce ama, dairy products, alcohol, and white sugar must be avoided. People should meditate regularly and should become emotionally balanced. Ayurveda states that these people can eat raw honey for healing.

According to Ayurveda, bone tissues can be built with the right methodologies. For example, using mineral salt when you prepare meals is recommended. In addition, taking foods that are rich in vitamin K, vitamin D, and calcium are recommended. Drinking water and keeping yourself hydrated will help your bones remain strong. Certain yoga positions can help strengthen your bones. For example, utkatasana, virabhadrasana, utthan pristhasana, and trikonasana are all beneficial for bone strengthening. Ayurveda states that you should try and stay in the same yoga pose for some time to benefit the bone tissue.

The muscle tissue is called mamsa dhatu in Ayurveda. It’s kapha dosha that is associated with mamsa dhatu. When this goes out of balance then you can have muscle-related problems. Ayurveda states that you can do proper self-massage. This is best suited for those people who have rigid muscles. Those who have muscle atrophy can make changes to their diet by eating more vata-pacifying foods. For general muscle health, it’s important to incorporate exercise into your routine. Exercising for at least 30 minutes is essential. You should take care when lifting anything because you don’t want to strain your muscles.




INDICATIONS:

  • Musculo-skeletal Spasms
  • Contusion
  • Sprain
  • Myalgia
  • Muscle Cramp

MODE OF APPLICATION: External Application. To be applied gently on the affected part or as directed by the physician.
 

PRESENTATION: 20 g in HDPE container

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