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- Exerts anti-inflammatory, analgesic properties
- Relaxes muscles and relieves inflammation
- Improves mobility of joints
- Gives strength to muscles and tendons
- Reduces swelling of the joints and soothes painful tissues
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Looking for ayurvedic medicine for inflammation?
Are you suffering from joint pain or muscle pain? Our ayurvedic medicine for inflammation can help you get relief from pain and swelling. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of our ayurvedic medicine relaxes muscles and relieves inflammation. Regular use of our ayurvedic medicine improves the mobility of joints and strengthens muscles. Our ayurvedic medicine is completely vegetarian.
What are acute chronic and inflammation?
Inflammation is the immune system’s natural response to injury and illness. While acute inflammation is associated with injuries. Depending on the cause and severity of the injury, acute inflammation can last anywhere from a few days to a few months. Chronic inflammation is long-term inflammation that can last for years or even an entire lifetime. Though the exact cause of chronic inflammation is not known, factors such as old age, obesity, physical inactivity, unhealthy diet, smoking and sleep problems can increase the risk of chronic inflammation.
Lifestyle changes can help prevent chronic inflammation
- Eat anti-inflammatory food: Besides having ayurvedic medicine for inflammation, include anti-inflammatory foods such as ginger, turmeric, berries and broccoli in your diet.
- Reduce intake of inflammatory foods: Red meat, deep-fried foods and processed foods contribute to increasing inflammation and thus, cut back on that.
- Exercise regularly: Practising physical activities such as yoga, swimming and aerobic are an excellent way to prevent inflammation. Exercise at least 30 to 45 minutes four to five times a week.
- Manage stress: Chronic stress contributes to inflammation. Practise meditation, yoga, or breathing exercises to cope with stress.