Ayurvedic Medicine for Rheumatoid and Neurological disorders
Kolakulathadi Choornam - 100 gms
It is a powdered ayurvedic product made with ground herbs. It is aimed at reducing pain and inflammation particularly in the joints and the muscles. It also helps in restoring the balance of Vata (a dosha in the body).
Kolakulathadi Choornam is an ayurvedic product. Choornam is a mixture of finely grounded herbs. Kolakulathadi Choornam is applied externally on the desired area to reduce inflammation and reduce pain. It is made from carefully selected, finely ground herbs. Being completely organic it has no side effects but should be avoided with pregnant women. As it is applied externally, it is used to fight pain in the joints. It is used to relieve pain and inflammation, in cases of paralysis, facial paralysis, rheumatoid arthritis, joint pains, back ache, shoulder pains, sciatica, lumbago, muscular sprain and inflammation, etc. It is also used in a fat reducing ayurvedic process called Udvartana.
It helps in restoring the balance of one dosha of the body Vatta. Vatta is a combination of space and air. It controls cell division, the heart, breathing, and the mind and these basic functions make it very important. People with unbalanced Vatta are highly susceptible to skin, neurological, and mental diseases.
It is a combination of a few powdered herbs which are mixed in a certain precise ratio. These herbs are Kola (Zizyphus jujube Lam.), Kulattha Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus Linn.), Suradaru Devadaru (Cedrus deodara), Rasna (Vanda roxburghi / Pluchea lanceolata), Masha Black gram (Phaseolus radiatus L.), Atasi (Linum usitatissimum Linn.), Kushta Saussurea lappa Vacha Acorus calamus, Shatahva Indian Dill Anethum sowa, Yava Barley Hordeum vulgare and Tailaphala castor fruit (Eranda).
- Reduces joint pains
- Reduces inflammation
- Strengthen muscles
- Improves neurological disorders
|Composition: 10 g Prepared out of|
|S.No.||Sanskrit Name||Botanical Name||Parts Used||Qty|
|1||Kola||Zizyphus jujuba||Dr.Fr.||0.715 g|
|2||Kulattha||Dolichos biflorus||Sd.||0.715 g|
|3||Devadaru||Cedrus deodara||Ht. Wd||0.715 g|
|4||Yava||Hordeum vulgare||Dr.Fr.||0.715 g|
|5||Shatapushpa||Anethum sowa||Dr.Fr.||0.715 g|
|6||Mashah||Vigna mungo||Sd.||0.715 g|
|7||Anjani||Memecylon umbellatum||Sd.||0.715 g|
|8||Vacha||Acorus calamus||Rz.||0.715 g|
|9||Kushta||Saussurea lappa||Rt.||0.715 g|
|10||Rasna||Alpinia galanga||Rt.||0.715 g|
|11||Tilah||Sesamum indicum||Sd.||0.715 g|
|12||Sarshapa||Brassica campestris||Sd.||0.715 g|
|13||Eranda||Ricinus communis||Sd.||0.715 g|
|14||Ingudi||Sarcostigma kleinii||Sd.||0.715 g|