Sahacharadi Kwath 200 Ml


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Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585

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Sahacharadi Kwath 

Ayurvedic treatment for back pain involves the use of herbal medication. One such ayurvedic solution for back pain relief is Sahacharadi Kwath from Kerala Ayurveda. This ayurvedic medicine for lower back pain is indicated in sciatica pain treatment in Ayurveda. The severe pain that sciatica patients suffer from, can be alleviated through this ayurvedic medicine for sciatica.

Ayurvedic treatment for spine problems can be more effective when medicines like Sahacharadi Kwath are provided. Ayurvedic sciatica treatment in India focuses on using medicated preparations made as per classical texts that involve heating herbal extracts obtained by boiling herbs.

The medicine is not just used for treating back pain but is also used to manage various diseases that affect the lower limbs of the body. People who have gait disorders and find it difficult to walk straight can be benefited with this medicine. Those suffering from rheumatic conditions who have stiffness in the back will find this medicine very helpful.

Inflammation can be treated through this decoction, which is reduced thus getting rid of the pain. It can be also used in the treatment of varicose veins.


Ingredient list

Sahacharadi Kwath has the following ingredients:


  • Sahachara is Strobilanthes ciliatus, also known as Kurinji.

  • It is used to treat disorders related to Vata dosha.

  • It is used to prepare medicines to treat low back pain.

  • It can relieve stiffness in the joints of the hip.


  • Devadaru is Cedrus deodara or Himalayan cedar.

  • It is helpful in balancing Vata dosha.

  • It is helpful in relieving pain due to stiffness.

  • It is used to prepare medicines to treat back pain.


  • Shunti or Zingiber officinale is Ginger, a common spice.

  • It is helpful in treating pain, especially joint pain.

  • It is used to prepare medicines to treat back pain and helps to lubricate joints.


Sudden pain in the back can occur due to improper posture or pulling a muscle. It can happen when you lift something heavy or strain your back. This pain goes away after some time. A backache that occurs regularly is a matter of concern. This is chronic back pain that can cause a lot of suffering. Pain in the lower back and hips can be due to various reasons, especially when it is chronic. It may be because of pressure on the spinal region or spondylitis. Sciatica is another reason for low back pain that occurs due to nerve inflammation. Arthritis is a disease that can cause back pain. There can be many reasons for back pain. When back pain is so severe that it affects the quality of life, it is time to get treatment.


Ayurveda’s view of back pain

In Ayurveda, the Vata dosha imbalance can lead to back pain. Vata is associated with movement and moves through the blood and nerves. If the movement of Vata is affected, then pitta and Kapha become predominant. Imbalance in any of these doshas can cause back pain.

Back pain is known as kati shoola in Ayurveda. When it is aggravated by Vata dosha, the pain tends to be intense and throbbing in nature. Cold worsens the pain and heat provides relief. Stress, travel, and strain increases this kind of back pain.

Pitta dosha imbalance causes severe pain that is worsened by heat. Shock, anger, and inflammation cause this kind of pain. It tends to get better by cooling down the body after dusk.

Kapha dosha imbalance causes pain that is dull and deep in nature. The cold will increase the pain while heat provides relief. Lack of exercise, congestion, being overweight, and suppressed emotions contribute to this type of back pain.

The ayurvedic treatment for back pain focuses on medication and lifestyle changes. Ginger, turmeric, ashwagandha, and fenugreek are some medicines used for treating back pain. Diet is a must in Ayurveda and must correspond to the appropriate dosha. Fiber-rich food is advised. It is important to get calcium for which milk products are recommended. Doing Surya Namaskar in the morning ensures back muscles are stretched and exercised, it also allows the body to get Vitamin D.

Sleeping on a hard surface is advised to give sufficient support to the spine and back. Sitting straight and maintaining a straight posture is very important to improve spinal health. There are yoga asanas that can be very helpful in treating back pain. Reducing weight is recommended.


Causes of back pain

Acute back pain can be either due to a strain, muscle pull, or injury. It comes on suddenly and usually can be treated within a couple of weeks. Chronic back pain that lasts for many months will have an underlying cause that needs to be understood. Some of the causes of chronic back pain are:

  • Ligament tear.

  • A bulge in the disks that support the bones in the spinal cord. Sometimes these disks may be ruptured causing severe pain.

  • Arthritis in the spinal region can cause severe back pain due to inflammation.

  • Scoliosis is a condition where the spine curves to the side and this can cause pain.

  • Osteoporosis is a disease where the bones become brittle and this leads to fractures and pain.

  • Spondylitis is a condition where spinal joints and inflamed causing back pain.

  • Fibromyalgia is another condition where there is a pain in many areas of the body including the back.

  • Sciatica is pain that travels along the nerve from the back to the legs. It happens due to nerve inflammation.

Those who lead a sedentary lifestyle with little exercise and those who are overweight are more likely to suffer from back pain. Improper posture is another reason for back pain.


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