Treatment for Arthritis in Ayurveda – Dr. Prakash Namboothiri


We can stop the wear, we can reduce the pain, we can reduce the swelling and, sometimes, the heat increase of the affected part, the symptoms are reduced by the Ayurvedic way. So, the important thing is that we promote the regeneration of the part. Stopping the degeneration and giving the body the opportunity to regenerate is the Ayurvedic treatment way for that, the range of movements will increase. Efficacy is more in the early stages and intensive treatments may be necessary in the advanced stage. But patients feel very relaxed and pain-free. After the treatments, and sometimes according to the condition, the patient may need frequent treatment in a particular period, such as 2 to 3 times depending on the patient's condition. Then the medications include rasnairandadi kashayam, gulgula tikta kashayam, kokilaksham kashayam or guggulutiktam gritham or arthrojith. As part of the BMP therapy, we use NAND oils for external applications, or the SP mixture is there to reduce swelling and pain, arthrocare is present and there are many techniques like Panchakarma and oil applications, some lepanas, some mixtures of powder with oil and rice wash water to reduce pain and swelling. The treatment differs according to the need and condition of the patient. So, the importance of the treatment is that the patient must take enough time to receive the treatment and there is no side effect, so that is the main thing in the Ayurvedic form of arthritis administration.

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