Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Bursitis Natural Treatment
Herbal Home Remedies for Bursitis - Ayurvedic Medicines-Natural Treatment
Bursitis Home Remedies, Herbal Remedies for Bursitis, Herbs for Bursitis and Painful Joints
Bursitis is an inflammation of the bursae, the little fluid sacs around the shoulder, knee, and other parts of the body. Bursitis is a pitta condition that is similar to arthritis. Effective treatment for it is similar to the treatment for pitta arthritis.
Taking Kaishore guggulu (1 tablet 3 times a day) should help. This herbal remedy is available by mail from various sources of Ayurvedic herbs.
Application of sandalwood paste will be soothing. Make the paste by taking 1 teaspoon of sandalwood powder and adding sufficient water to form a paste. Rub it gently onto the painful area.
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The above pack is for 30 days. Following is the dosage details:
Joint Aid Plus : 2 capsules twice daily after food with plain water.
Kishore Guggul: 2 tablets twice daily with plain water before meals.
Bursitis can occur over the shoulder joints, hip joints, elbow joints, knee joints etc. There are various reasons for causing bursitis such as overpressure of the joints, athletic activities; injury to the joints, a complication of other diseases (like rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout ), improper posture while working (especially in sedentary jobs) or sleeping etc. It can be acute or chronic.
Symptoms of bursitis include: restricted movements of the joint, constant pain or aggravating while moving of the joints, tenderness swelling etc.
Simple steps to avoid and treat bursitis:
- Foods rich in calcium and magnesium helps in aiding bursitis.
- A regular intake or even habit of drinking warm milk will reduce the chances of all joint related disorders.
- Intake of warm water and having bath in warm mater is must. It will prevent the further complications of bursitis.
Mildly massage with 'Dhanvantaram tailam' over the affected area and leave it for half hour and then have bath with warm water. It will not only relieve the pain but it also nourishes the bones.
Avoid fried foods. Intake of steamed foods is advisable. Have a cup of boiled vegetables daily.
Smear some castor oil over 'Eranda patra', slightly warm it and apply over the affected part. It will relieve the pain since 'Eranda patra' are best vata hara.
Avoid sleeping during day time and awakening during night time. May sound strange but the natural phenomena should always respected. Now- a -days due to hectic life schedule, we follow some contradictory habits which are hazardous to health but we tend to realize it in the later stage.
Nasya, or the application of warm ghee nose drops to the nostrils (5 drops in each nostril), will help to relieve the pain. Nasya opens up the flow of prana and helps the prana to flow freely through the connective tissue of the joint, which will alleviate pain.
Topically, try gently rubbing some sesame oil, eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, mahanarayan oil, or neem oil into the swollen joint or other painful area.
As with arthritis, the pathological process of bursitis begins with toxicity accumulated in the colon. These toxins get absorbed in the bloodstream, go into the general circulation, and lodge in the bursae, leading to the symptoms of bursitis. So it is important to keep the colon clean by using the following strategies:
- Before going to bed at night, take 1 cup of hot milk with 2 teaspoons of castor oil added. The laxative effect will eliminate pitta-type toxicity in the colon. If 2 teaspoons do not work, use 3 teaspoons the following night, adjusting your own dose. You should get a couple of good bowel movements in the morning, which will help to cleanse the impurities of the colon. You may continue using this remedy until your symptoms clear up.
- As a second choice, you can take Triphala (capsules or powder) or amalaki (1 teaspoon) at night in 1 cup of warm water.
our diet should be pitta-soothing but not vata-provoking. Strictly avoid hot, spicy foods and fermented foods such as pickles. Also avoid raw vegetables and salad. Strictly avoid ice water and other ice-cold drinks. Don't eat beans (pinto beans, adzuki beans, black beans, or garbanzos).
As long as you have bursitis, you should not do strenuous exercise. Gentle yoga stretching is beneficial. Try the Camel, Cobra, Cow, and Cat poses, the Spinal Twist, and Forward Bend-under the guidance of a yoga teacher.
For severe painful condition use Joint Aid Plus - 2 capsules twice daily, Tablet Kaishore Guggul with Kumari Saar.