Painful red swelling of Rheumaticd disease.
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Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585
Country of Origin: India
Pinda Thailam is an Ayurvedic formulation that has potent nutrients that are used in Ayurveda for their anti-inflammatory properties. Joint problems cause swelling and stiffness and severely impact the quality of life. Kerala Ayurveda's Pinda Thailam uses ingredients mentioned in ancient Ayurvedic texts and has been made available for the modern world.
When a person has gouty arthritis, and joint pain, the resulting swelling, and stiffness affect the quality of life. When a person has an acute attack of gout, even the weight of a bedsheet on the affected joint is agony. Pinda Thailam is an Ayurvedic medicated oil that is formulated with completely natural herbal ingredients that have anti-inflammatory properties. It has powerful ingredients that are used in the formulation of medication for burning sensation for external application to soothe the pain and burning sensation that characterizes gouty arthritis and similar joint problems.
Pinda Thailam benefits people suffering from joint issues. Pinda oil is prescribed in Ayurveda as its ingredients are widely used in practices for easing the inflammation and swelling of joints and also varicose veins.
The natural ingredients in the Pinda Thailam have been used in traditional Ayurvedic medication for Vatarakta treatment. When a person suffers from Vatarakta joint issues there is inflammation and swelling in all the joints. This is very painful and uncomfortable. The Ayurvedic oil helps to give the person relief from the redness and swelling. It is also found to be useful to apply on varicose veins. The oil uses the herb Manjishta which is a powerful detoxifier and medicine for burning sensation in the whole body.
Madhuchishta (Bees Wax)
It is used as an antimicrobial, anti-allergic, and antioxidant
It is used in Vatarakta treatment in Ayurveda as it soothes the skin and tissues
It is prescribed in ancient Ayurvedic texts as a Bhagna Sandhanakrit to bind broken bones. It is used as a Vataraktahara in Vatarakta Chikitsa to treat arthritis and Kushta Hara for skin issues and a Visarpahara which cures diseases such as herpes
Pinda Thailam is one of the most famous medicines that use beeswax as a base
Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia)
Used in Ayurveda as a blood detoxifier
Balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas
It is used in Ayurveda to treat skin problems, blood sugar issues, ear pain, eye pain, inflammatory problems, urinary tract, and gynaecological disorders
Sarja Rasa (Vateria indica)
It balances the Vata and Kapha Doshas
This is used in Ayurvedic medicine as well as smoking treatments that are applied as a part of external ayurvedic treatments
Sveta Sariya (Hemidesmus indicus)
Balances the three Doshas particularly Kapha and Vata Doshas
It is useful in Ayurvedic treatments of skin diseases, itching, sugar issues, urinary tract issues, digestive problems, respiratory problems, fever, excessive thirst, burning sensation, and as a detoxifier to cleanse breast milk and improve sperm quality and quantity
Tila Thaila (Sesamum indicum)
Warm in nature
Pacifies Kapha and Vata Doshas
It is used in Ayurveda to treat neuromuscular disorders. It is strengthening and gets well absorbed by the tissues
This oil is to be used as directed by an Ayurvedic physician
Gouty arthritis is called Vatarakta or Aadya Vata in Vatarakta Chikitsa Ayurvedic texts. It is a chronic problem that severely affects a person’s quality of life. It is exceedingly painful and causes inflammation and pain in all the joints. There are many types of joint problems defined in Ayurveda and while the Amavata diseases also give joint problems the Vatarakta joint issues are characterised by severe pain. As the name indicates Vata means the Vata Dosha is affected and Rakta means that the blood is also affected. In Vatarakta the symptoms start in the feet, hands, or nearby joints. When the Kapha Dosha gets involved it progresses to the rest of the body.
The definitions of Vatarakta describe it as being present in either deep or superficial. The deep type of Vatarakta is Gambhira and is severe and affects the deeper Dhatus of the body. The superficial type is called Uttana and is in the muscle (Mamsa) and skin (Twak) Dhatus.
The causes according to ancient Ayurvedic wisdom is the intake of incompatible food, alcohol, sleeping in the day, being awake at night, excessive intake of salty, sour, pungent, bitter, too hot, alkaline or too oily food. Eating spoiled or preserved meat or fish, sour curd and buttermilk are also causative factors. The intensive pain and burning of the disease are relieved with the topical application of medicine for burning sensation. For more severe cases Vatarakta treatment in Ayurveda involves external therapies, internal medication, and lifestyle modification to rebalance the Doshas and purify the blood.
Vataja Vatarakta Chikitsa : When the Vata Dosha is involved more
Raktaja Vatarakta Chikitsa: When the blood is more involved
Pittaja Vatarakta Chikitsa: When the Pitta Dosha is dominant
Kaphaja Vatarakta Chikitsa: When the Kapha Dosha is dominant
Samanya Vatarakta Chikitsa: General treatments
Gouty arthritis or gout is caused by the accumulation of too much uric acid in the bloodstream. When the body is unable to eliminate this component it starts forming crystals. These crystals get lodged in the joints most often in the big toe, foot, and hands. The uric acid crystals are needle-shaped and sharp causing much pain and inflammation. Though gout is a chronic issue it is characterised by sudden attacks usually in the middle of the night. During a gout attack, the pain is unbearable and the person is unable to put the slightest bit of weight on the affected joint. It is found that people suffering from high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, or obesity are at a higher risk of gout. It is more common in men than premenopausal women. Women in their postmenopausal phases are more susceptible.
The medications to treat gout attacks are NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), colchicine, and corticosteroids to reduce the inflammation and pain at the gout affected site. Medication is also given to enhance the kidney’s ability to filter and eliminate uric acid or to reduce the formation of uric acid. Dietary recommendations eliminate foods that cause more uric acid formation. Overweight patients are advised to lose weight.
Painful red swelling of Rheumaticd disease.
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