Panchgun Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Description

Rheumatoid arthritis, osteo arthritis and other musculo-skeletal pathology of localized area. NOT FOR ALL BODY MASSAGE.

  • Proven track record to solve the problem
  • A special blend of herbal extracts
  • Resolves issue within the mentioned time period
  • No Side Effects
Panchgun Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Triphala (Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica & Emblica officinale):

The drug Triphala is a combination of the fruits of Terminalia chebula Retz., Terminalia bellerica Roxb. & Emblica officinalis Gaertn. in equal  amounts in fine powder form. Here one fruit of Terminalia chebula, two fruits of Terminalia bellerica & four fruits of Emblica officinalis are used for the preparation of medicine. Terminalia chebula & Terminalia bellerica have a warm energy, while Emblica officinalis is cool in nature. Triphala, being a combination of all three, is therefore balanced, making it useful as an internal cleansing, detoxifying formula for everyone. Triphala is considered a 'tridoshic rasayan' having balancing and rejuvenating effects on the three constitutional elements that govern human life: Vata which regulates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains metabolic processes, & Kapha which supports structural integrity. It is also used as a blood purifier & a purgative & to improve the mental faculties & is reported to possess antiinflammatory, analgesic, anti-arthritic, hypoglycemic, & anti-aging properties. Its purgative action is due to the presence of Chebulagic acid & its antioxidant, immunomodulatory,  anti¬inflammatory, analgesic & anti-ageing action is due to the presence of Phenolicglycoside compounds & tannin.

The analgesic, antipyretic & antiulcerogenic activities of Triphala (500/1000 mg/kg body wt) were compared with the non-steroidal anti- inflammatory drug Indomethacin {10 mg/kg body wt) on the experimental models in mice and it was found that Triphala at both the dose levels produced excellent analgesic & antipyretic effect, with the absence of gastric damage. Induction of the acetic acid writhing in mice is an effect of the acute inflammatory reaction related to the increase in the level of prostaglandin E2 and F2a in the peritoneal fluid 16. Acetic acid acts indirectly by inducing the release of endogenous mediators of pain sensitive to non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug & opioids. The mechanism of analgesic action of the Triphala could probably be due to the blockade of the effect or the release of the endogenous substances that excite pain nerve ending similarly to non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs1.

Alcoholic extract of Triphala has shown in vitro antimicrobial activity against wound pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, & Streptococcus pyogenes.

Neem (Azadirachta indica):

The Sanskrit name of the neem tree is 'Arishtha' meaning 'reliever of sickness' & hence is considered as 'Sarvarogaharini'. The tree is still regarded as 'village dispensary' in India.

A methanol extract of the leaves exerts antipyretic effect in male rabbits. The plant also possesses analgesic activity mediated through opioid receptors in laboratory animals. Extracts of neem leaf, neem oil & seed kernels are effective against certain human fungi, including Trichophyton, Epidermophyton, Microsporum, Trichosporon, Geotricum & Candida. Oil from the leaves, seeds & bark possesses a wide spectrum of antibacterial action against Gram-negative & Gram-positive microorganisms, including M. tuberculosis & streptomycin-resistant strains.

Neem leaves are also used in neuromuscular pain. Leaves applied as poultice to relieve boils, tfieir infusion is used as antiseptic wash to promote the healing of wound & ulcers. A paste of leaves is used to treat wounds, ring worms, eczema and ulcers. Bathing with Neem leaves is beneficial for itching and other skin diseases.

Nirgundi (Leaves of Vitex negundo):

Vitex negundo is claimed to possess anti-arthritic, antileprotic, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic & anti-asthmatic, astringent, anthelmintic; promotes tfie growth of hair; useful in disease of the eye, consumption, enlargement of the spleen, painful teething of children. Vitex negundo Linn reported to possess laxative Activity, Anti-inflammatory activity, antihistaminic, membrane stabilizing & antioxidant activities.

Vitex negundo leaf extract (VLE) may have both central & peripheral analgesic action. VLE also possesses anti¬inflammatory activity which was more pronounced on subacute rather than on acute inflammation. The analgesic & anti¬inflammatory action of VLE can be attributed to its flavonoid contents, which are known to act through inhibition of prostaglandin biosynthesis.

In another study, the extract at different concentrations was incubated witfi egg albumin & bovine albumin in controlled experimental conditions & subjected to determination of absorbance to assess tfie anti-inflammatory property. Diclofenac sodium was used as the reference drug. The findings exhibited a concentration dependent inhibition of protein (albumin) denaturation by the Vitex negundo. The effect of diclofenac sodium was found to be less when compared with the Vitex negundo {1000 |jg/ml)

Gandhabiroja (Pinus roxburghi):

The plant has shown anti-inflammatory activity when evaluated by Carrageenan-induced paw inflammation model (for acute inflammation) & Cotton Pellet Granuloma Method (for chronic inflammation), it also showed analgesic activity when tested by Acetic Acid Induced Writhing Test Method (For peripheral pain mechanism) & Tail Immersion Test in Rats (For central pain mechanism)

Sila ras (Liquidambar orientalis):

It is anti-inflammatory, stimulating expectorant, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antimicrobial. Used externally in scabies, ringworm & Ottier Skin diseases.

Ral(Shorearobusta):

The aqueous extract of leaves of Shorea robusta with a dose of 100,200 & 500 Mfl/ml, was taken for the activity & compared with the standard Diclofenac doses of 20 & 40 pg/ml, in HRBC membrane stabilization model and same dose of extract was taken for activity & compared witfi Aspirin 200 pg/ml, using Heat Induced Haemolytic mettiod. The extract of 500 fjQ/ml showed good result in both models. A 70% ethanol extract of the dried powder resin of Shorea robusta was investigated for analgesic activity. The extract (30, 100 and 300 mg/kg, i.p.) produced significant central and peripheral analgesic effect, as is evidenced from increase in reaction time in hot plate & tail flick tests. These results demonstrated ttiat the extracts of S. robusta possess significant analgesic properties.

Guggulu (Commiphora Mukul):

Down-regulation of tfie expression of inflammatory mediators, including interleukines, transcription factors & cytokines, & hyaluronidase & collagenase enzymes have been demonstrated for extracts of C. mukul .Extracts of the plant have anti¬inflammatory action & inhibit carrageenan-induced rat paw edema in animal models. Guggulu was as effective as phenylbutazone and ibuprofen in an animal model of acute and chronic inflammation.

Karpura (Cinnamomum camphora):

Topically used as a rubefacient and mild analgesic. It is cooling & alleviates burning sensation. It is used for the massage in rheumatoid arthritis, myalgia, backache and chest pain.

Devdar (Cedrus deodara):

It shows anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, antispasmodic, wound healing, antiallergic & immunomodulatory activities. Ethanolic extract from the wood part of plant was evaluated against three gram positive (Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecal is, Bacillus cereus) and three gram negative (Klebsiella pneumonia, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli) micro organism and C. deodara found to have a good antibacterial action.

Nilgiri Tailam (Eucalyptus globulus Oil):

Analgesic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitussive, antiviral, decongestant, depurative, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, rubefacients stimulant effects have been observed.

Kejoputi Tailam (Melaleuca Leucodandron Linn):

Kejoputi Tailam has camphor-like odor, similar to that of eucalyptus. The use of Kejoputi essential oil in soothing ointments & massaging oils helps to alleviate various types of muscular aches. Applied externally, it is stimulant and mildly counter-irritant. It is Antiseptic, analgesic & anti neuralgic.

It is used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, ear ache, and non healing wounds. It can be used as an excellent first aid for wounds, Cuts burns, Skin ulcers, Bleeding wounds.

Dosage and application:

Take sufficient quantity of oil and gently rub on affected area.

Adverse effects: There are no known side effects with tfiisoil on external application.

Warnings: It is used for external application only.