Yogaraja Guggulu for Joint Pain | Yogaraja Guggulu (50 Tabs)

Yogaraja Guggulu Tablets 50 Nos

For Pain, Stiffness of Joints

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5 rating and 3 reviews

Ashwin Niviy

Ashwin Niviy on 25-11-2021

Product was very useful for me and the results are very good.

Jeja Gowri

Jeja Gowri on 26-11-2021

Great medicine for arthritis issues. Use after consultation.

Yogaraja Guggulu is an Ayurvedic medicine for Vata-Kapha balancing and is warming, digestive, and detoxifying in nature. It contains essential ingredients known to have anti-inflammatory, vatahara and pain-relieving properties used in ayurvedic medicine preparations for joint pain and swelling. This joint pain relief medicine is said to affect people experiencing joint pain due to excess Vata positively.

Guggul is widely used in formulating Ayurvedic medicine for inflammatory diseases and in joint and muscle disorders.

The main action of this Ayurvedic medicine for inflammation is on Ama (toxins that develop in the body due to malabsorption and undigested food). It has Vata-Kapha balancing properties that help digest Ama and stop further formation by rectifying the body's digestion process and metabolic activities.



Guggulu: Guggul is gum resin of the Commiphora Mukul tree. The principle action of Guggulu, as mentioned in Ayurveda, is anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic, antiseptic, antibacterial, astringent and antispasmodic. This ingredient is highly effective in treating Vata-Vikar and inflammatory conditions and is also effective in reducing cholesterol synthesis in the liver. It is used in Ayurveda to treat arthritis, rheumatism, gout, lumbago, and nervous, respiratory, digestive and circulatory disorders.

Triphala: Triphala combines Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki and is used extensively in Ayurveda to treat digestive diseases. It is a tonic for the whole body and can treat various gastric disorders, including intestinal inflammation.

Murva: The roots of Murva plant are used as a single drug and in compound formulations of Ayurveda for treating fever, polyuria, dryness of mouth, worm infestations, itching, bleeding piles, bleeding disorders, and excessive thirst. It belongs to the Aragwadhadi group of herbs, primarily used for chronic obstinate urinary conditions, skin diseases, vomiting, etc. It detoxifies the blood and gives relief for skin diseases.

Other ingredients used:

Pippali

Pippali Mula

Cavya

Citraka

Nagara

Patha

Vidanga

Indrayava

Hingu

Bharngi

Vaca

Sarsapa

Ativisa

Ajaji,

Renuka

Krishnajiraka

Ajamoja

Kaluka



As directed by the Physician.



  • Act as anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic
  • It is widely used in the ayurvedic treatment of weight loss, it improves digestion


  • Relieves joint pain
  • Helps in reducing stiffness, swelling, joint pain, and muscle pain
  • Reduces the pain caused due to inflammation and increases mobility


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