Myaxyl Oil is an Ayurvedic pain relief oil that is formulated with potent herbs that help relieve inflammation and pain. Its muscle relaxant properties help to ease the pain and discomfort of stiff muscles and joints caused either by injury or disease. The formulation easily penetrates deep into the tissues and eases pain. It reduces inflammation and increases blood circulation to the region that helps to reduce swelling.
Myaxyl Oil is a pain relief oil that easily penetrates into the body which helps in relieving pain, swelling and inflammation. It is ideal for those who are suffering from a sports injury, back pain, neck pain, joint pain, or muscular stiffness. Myaxyl Ayurvedic oil for muscle stiffness can be helpful to ease the stiffness caused by sprains and strains. It is also helpful in neuromuscular pain caused by Vata disorders. Myaxyl oil is a handy addition to every household’s medical kit in order to treat common aches and pains as well as sprains and stiffness caused by injuries. It is a single remedy for both pains as well as inflammation. It has a very soothing and pleasing aroma.
Nandivriksha (Tabernaemontana divaricata)
All parts of this plant are useful in traditional medicine.
It is known to have antioxidant, antitumor, anthelmintic, analgesic, diuretic, anti-infective, and analgesic properties.
It pacifies Vata and Pitta problems which makes an ideal constituent of joint pain relief oil.
Its diuretic nature helps to ease swelling while its antioxidant nature eases the inflammation in the area. It is used in traditional medicine as an analgesic.
Devadaru (Cedrus deodara)
Balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas
Relieves the Ama in the body
Relieves swelling and is used in Ayurveda as an antiinflammatory
Rasna (Alpinia galanga)
Ayurveda uses this herb for its properties of being an immunomodulator, antioxidant, antimicrobial, diuretic, anti-diabetic, and anti-ulcerative.
Its immunomodulatory effects make it useful in Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of neuromuscular disorders that occur due to autoimmune disorders
Its strong antiinflammatory action helps to soothe inflammation
Bhushrina Taila (Lemon Grass oil) (Cymbopogon citratus)
It is used in traditional medicine as an antibacterial, stimulant, antioxidant, antiinflammatory, cytoprotective, anti-fungal, pain reliever, aromatic, antispasmodic and counter-irritant
It is used to help with digestive issues such as flatulence and indigestion. It is also a traditional remedy for ringworm, menstrual troubles, fever, rheumatism, and joint pains.
Tailaparna taila (Nilgiri oil) (Eucalyptus globulus)
It is used in traditional medicine for its properties of being a diaphoretic (induces sweating), stimulant, antimicrobial, antiinflammatory, antioxidant, and analgesic.
It is used in the treatment of bronchial and sinusitis issues as an expectorant and decongestant.
Tila Taila (Sesamum indicum)
It is warm in nature and very easily absorbed by the body
It pacifies Kapha and Vata Doshas
Is used in traditional medicine to treat neuromuscular disorders and as a carrier oil for other herbs.
Myaxyl Oil for muscle stiffness is to be applied to the affected area or as directed by the physician. About 5 to 10 ml is to be applied. This pain relief oil is non-greasy, non-irritant, and non-sticky. It penetrates the skin easily and offers quick relief.
The underlying foundation of Ayurveda is the principle of the three Doshas; Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. The Vata Dosha is the primary Dosha for movement. When there is some difficulty with movement it is a Vata Dosha issue. This includes strains, sprains, and injuries as well as gradual degenerative problems. Injuries are to be treated topically with herbs that reduce swelling and inflammation. For degenerative diseases, the treatment should also remove Ama or toxic buildup. For severe problems, the topical application of Ayurvedic pain relief oil is also supplemented with internal medication and Panchkarma treatments to heal the injury and restore movement. Panchkarma treatments not only help to increase ease of movement but also drain the body of toxins.
Long term degenerative diseases such as Rheumatoid arthritis are also addressed by Ayurveda as a Vata problem. Ayurveda attributes primary importance to the process of digestion and metabolism. When the digestive process is not proper there is the formation of Ama (metabolic waste). This Ama is a toxic waste that is very harmful to a person’s good health. When it is built up in the body over a longer period of time it becomes Amavisha which is a very dangerous form of toxic waste. This Amavisha starts affecting the tissues of the body and causes health issues. When Ama harms the lubricating fluids in joints there is a degenerative joint disease involving the Vata Dosha. Over time the Kapha Dosha also starts getting affected and the disease becomes more severe. This is the reason why Ayurvedic medication is always accompanied by prescriptions of lifestyle and dietary changes. When one improves the metabolic process, there is less formation of Ama that prevents the sustained cause of disease.
Pain and stiffness cause strains and sprains by a method that is called RICE. RICE stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevate. This means that the person should stop using the injured part and subject it to an ice pack to reduce inflammation. It is then compressed with a bandage and elevated above the heart level. Compression and elevation reduce the potential for swelling and inflammation. Analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs are applied or taken internally to help the patient. Dietary recommendations are for a balanced diet full of nutrients.
Degenerative diseases such as Rheumatoid arthritis are chronic inflammatory disorders. This happens when the body’s immune system targets the body’s own tissues. This causes Rheumatoid arthritis when the targeted tissues are the joints. These diseases are inflammatory in nature and usually affect the other parts of the body as well as causing conditions related to the eyes, heart, lungs, and skin. There is no cure and these degenerative diseases are managed with NSAIDs, biologic agents, steroids and disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs). It also recommends losing weight, maintaining a balanced diet and physical therapy to ease movement. Any topical application to the joints is usually anti-inflammatory as well as an analgesic in nature.
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