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Joint Pain Oil. 08/01/2019

Are you suffering from: ARTHRITIS? KNEE PAIN? BACK PAIN? 15ML
Joint Pain Oil
After years of research and experience, Dr. Kohli has developed a special herbal formulation that specifically targets joint pain.
Dr Kohli’s Joint Pain Oil is a poly herbal topical formulation for the management of pain associated with rheumatism (arthritis, back ache), sprains and inflammation.

 

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Pain can be caused by a variety of situations such as accidents, musculoskeletal disorders, improper lifting, bending, sports activities, and misalignment of the vertebrae of the spine, disease and insufficient blood flow. Conventionally, chronic painful inflammatory conditions are treated with systemic NSAIDs, which have substantial risk of adverse events, on gastro intestinal, renal and cardiovascular systems. Various clinical reviews have proved that topical analgesics are useful in treating certain chronic and painful inflammatory conditions and offer short and long term safety. Dr Kohli’s Joint Pain Oil contains more than a dozen herbal ingredients from west and east to cover wider spectrum of topical pain relief. Combinations of herbs are carefully selected considering its efficacy and safety. Sesame seed oil is chosen as carrier oil which has been used from thousands of years in topical Ayurvedic preparations.

Direction of Usage:

Joint Pain Oil

Adults and Children over 12: Massage into affected area until completely absorbed, 4 times daily for minimum of 1-4 weeks.

Ingredients:
Cayenne Pepper (Capsicum annuum) Capsaicin in Cayenne Pepper is well known to relieve pain when rubbed onto muscle and arthritic joints according to the results of a double blind study. It does this by depleting the nerves of a pain-mediating neurotransmitter known as substance P.

Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) is a useful combination in this preparation. The therapeutic properties of black pepper oil include analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic and rubefacient. The powerful warming properties of black pepper make it extremely beneficial to all kinds of aches, pains, muscle and joint stiffness and even temporary paralysis, as it stimulates the circulation and dilates the blood vessels.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is one of the ingredients in our preparation. The use of Ashwagandha in Ayurvedic medicine extends back over 3000 to 4000 years. According to the Ayurvedic point of view, Ashwagandha oil is specific for vata disorders associated with dry skin, muscular spasms and pain.

Arnica (Arnica Montana ) Topical use of this herb is well known to soothe sore muscles and inflammation due to sprains, bruises, and wounds. Arnica is great for swelling and for the relief of arthritis, muscle, and joint pain. Arnica has also been seen to be effective in the treatment of bursitis. Bursitis is an inflammation of the bursae, which are fluid filled sacs found between the bones and the tendons and muscles near the joints.

Juniper (Juniperus communis) Juniper belongs to a family of Cupressaceae. The oil extracted from Juniper is extensively used in Aromatherapy as it strengthens the various nerves of the body. The oil extracted from it is of great use in treating Rheumatism, Cellulite and Gout.

Nettles (Urtica dioica) are a potent herb with a long history of use. Stinging nettle has been used for hundreds of years to treat rheumatism (disorders of the muscles and joints). A German study shows that hox alpha, a extract of stinging nettle leaf, contains an anti-inflammatory substance that suppressed several cytokines in inflammatory joint diseases. Stinging nettle is rich in chlorophyll, phosphates, ormic acid, histamine, volatile and resinous acids, tannins, glucoquinine, iron, calcium, potassium, silica, vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin E.

Bishop weed (Carum Copticum) oil is another ingredient which is used from centuries in India both in Ayurvedic and Yunani preparation. One of the active components of bishop weed is Thymol, which is an essential component of this formula. Thymol has antiseptic and analgesic properties.

Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) The oil extracted from ginger is very precious for the well being of mankind. It is often used in traditional medicine to reduce inflammation. Research has now proved that its anti-inflammatory properties can be attributed to the presence of the substance named Zingibain. It is analgesic in nature and reduces pain caused by muscle aches, arthritis and rheumatisms.

St John Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is another component of this herbal preparation which contains hypericin with anti-inflammatory properties. This wonderful red oil has been used historically to soothe sunburn and relieve nerve pain relating to repetitive motion injuries, strains and shingles. Infused from the blossoms at just the right stage, this infused oil has a characteristic red color. Anti-inflammatory, particularly soothing to inflamed nerves, helpful for cases of neuralgia, sciatica and fibrositis. Effective on sprains, burns and bruises.

Wintergreen Oil (Gaultheria procumbens) has a history of use as a pain reliever. Oil of wintergreen has chemical properties similar to salicylic acid- an aspirin like compound with arthritis pain relief properties.

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) Lovely, fragrant and relaxing and uplifting! In general, Lavender is used to relax muscle spasms anywhere in the body, and to relax the body in the presence of pain.

Eucalyptus (E. globules) Eucalyptus essential oil reduces pain, spasms and inflammation. It is used to treat muscular aches and pains, strains, sprains, and other traumatic injuries of the muscles, ligaments and tendons. Many chronic pain and degenerative conditions stem from poor circulation. Eucalyptus oil is a natural vaso-dilator opening your blood vessels and increasing circulation to promote the healing process of the body for natural pain relief. It also helps to reduce nerve inflammation and pain and is useful for the treatment of the various kinds of neuralgia such as sciatica.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) It is a complex botanical, containing over 240 medicinally and nutritionally active compounds! Rosemary increases warmth and stimulates blood circulation when applied externally. This property helps relieve cold feet, tired legs, weak limbs, sore muscles, arthritis, rheumatic pain and gout. Acting through the skin as a detoxifying agent, Rosemary helps to rid the body of harmful toxins and aid in the treatment of cellulite.

Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora) is readily absorbed through the skin and produces a feeling of cooling and acts as slight local aesthetic. Camphor Oil is an agent that helps ease bruises, inflammation, and joint pains.

Sesame Oil Sesame seed has been chosen as carrier oil which has been used from thousand years in topical Ayurvedic preparations. Ayurveda advocates sesame oil as the foremost anti-oxidant. Various constituents present in the sesame oil have anti-oxidant and anti-depressant properties, which help to bring about a sense of well being!

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How to use amla powder for drinking.

Benefits of Amla Powder: Uses, Dosage & Side Effects

A household name and superfood; Amla or the Indian gooseberry is a powerhouse of nutrients. It has an interesting balance of bitter, sweet and sour flavours. Amla can be eaten raw, pickled, candied, powdered or juiced for consumption. It is also a rich source of Vitamin C, iron and calcium.

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Benefits of Amla Powder

Anti-aging

Amla is full of antioxidants that reduce cell damage in order to slow down aging as well as offer protection from various diseases.

 

Cures sore throat

Amla powder mixed with ginger and honey can be a wondrous treatment for cough and a sore throat.

 

Increases metabolism and detoxification

Using Amla powder in your daily routine increases the absorption of protein in your body, burns calories, removes unwanted toxins, salts, and uric acid. It also provides energy and increases lean muscle mass.

Keeps the heart healthy

Amla reduces the build-up of bad cholesterol, clogging of arteries and thickening of blood vessel walls. As a result, it helps reduce the risk of heart diseases and keeps the heart healthy.

Improves Eyesight

Intake of Amla improves eyesight and overall eye health. It can also reduce the risk of cataracts, itching and watery eyes.

Builds overall immunity

Amla’s calcium content helps strengthen bones. It is also rich in Vitamin C and other antioxidants that build overall immunity and help fight health disorders like ulcers, gallbladder stones, jaundice and liver problems.

Skin Benefits

Amla powder has countless benefits for the skin. It reduces pigmentation, brightens the skin and provides a youthful glow.

 

 

Hair Benefits

Amla powder when used as a pack with various other ingredients has a volumizing effect on hair. It also helps combat dandruff, falling hair and prevents grey hair.

Uses of Amla Powder

A brief on the uses of Amla Powder –

  • For fighting cold, cough & sore throat, take Amla powder with ginger, honey, and lime juice
  • You can also add amla powder to a glass of fresh juice for breakfast or sprinkle some amla powder on fruits such as banana, apple or papaya and have as a mid-meal snack
  • Amla powder can be mixed with henna to give the hair dye a cooler tone. It also nourishes hair and provides luster
  • For a facial
    • Amla powder with raw honey moisturizes and treats breakouts
    • Mix with papaya and honey to brighten skin
    • Use it as a toner by mixing it with rose water
    • Try a facial with honey, yoghurt and amla powder
  • For joint diseases and gas trouble, then make a paste of 1 teaspoon amla powder with 2 teaspoon sesame oil and swallow the concoction with warm water
  • For digestion or skin related issues, have 1 teaspoon amla powder mixed with 1 teaspoon ghee along with warm water (you can also use jaggery instead of ghee)
  • For obesity and respiratory diseases take amla churan with honey
  • Make a hair mask with 2 teaspoons of amla powder, 1 teaspoon of honey and 2 teaspoons of yogurt in warm water – let it sit for 30 minutes before you wash it off with warm water
  • For hair growth, mix Amla powder with coconut oil for giving yourself a hair massage. Mix it with shikakai or egg for hair growth

Dosage of Amla Powder

  • ½ to 1 teaspoon twice daily with warm water after meals
  • For external usage, you can use it as needed

Side Effects of Amla

  • Overconsumption of Amla powder may lead to hyperacidity and unwanted weight loss
  • If you are on medication, it is advisable to consult a doctor before taking it as a supplement
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Herbal Acne Cream 07/04/2018

10 Highly Effective Solutions For Acne
Dr. Kohli Acne Herbal Cream

Dr Kohli  inspired acne sufferers the. Acne is a common skin condition, characterized by spots, oily and sometimes painful skin. There are many different treatments available and their suitability depends on the severity of the acne.

1. Off-the-shelf products

For mild acne, Dr recommends: "Face washes and leave-on creams that contain Benzoyl Peroxide or Salicylic Acid can be very effective. These are key anti-acne ingredients in products which are available just over the counter. Using those things stand alone would probably be effective for the milder form of acne."

2. Severe acne advice

For more severe forms of acne, you may need prescription medication. Dr explains: "This can range from antibiotics which you apply as a cream or a gel, or your doctor could prescribe antibiotic tablets, for courses of three to six months. "There are also stronger tablets, which people can take and would be done under the supervision of a dermatologist."

3. Moisturisers are key

"Make sure that you're using moisturisers that aren't too heavy," suggest. Look out for key words 'oil-free' or 'non-comedogenic' and avoid products that contain petroleum jelly or mineral oil. Moisturising should be a daily routine, once or twice a day. If you've got the right product, moisturisers won't add grease to your skin; they are there to maintain the water level, which is different to grease."

4. No spot squeezing!

Dr advises people against squeezing and picking their spots. "All that does is deepens the level of trauma to the skin," she reveals. "Any pigmentation or scarring could be made worse by picking or squeezing spots. You should be using the right ingredients in your daily skincare routine and using the right prescription strength medication if you require it."

5. Blackhead masks

We've all seen those black-head removing masks online - but do they actually work? Dr. says they are helpful, but only on a surface level. She explains: "They are fine on a superficial level, removing dead skin cells that drop into the superficial parts of the openings of your pores."

6. Try a chemical peel

Have you ever considered a chemical peel to help combat acne? Dr. Wong tells us: "In terms of a much deeper cleanse, you can get a more thorough cleansing action through certain chemical peels, such as glycolic or salicylic acid peels. These treatments can be done by a dermatologist."

7. Don't over-exfoliate

"Generally speaking, if you're very acne prone, you have to be quite mindful of exfoliation," advises Dr.. "Many anti-acne products contain acid, making your skin more sensitive as you've probably stripped away the natural protector factors on your skin. You can damage your skin barrier by being too aggressive with exfoliation. Most people think more exfoliating is better but the scrubs can be quite abrasive." If you do want to exfoliate, she recommends weekly exfoliation.

8. Buy non-comedogenic make-up

The make-up we use can affect acne, so it's wise to invest in a more breathable brand. Dr. Wong says: "If possible, avoid the heavier foundations. The mineral make-up lines are much lighter and allow the skin to breathe a lot more. Make-up brand Vichy has a concealer stick which is non-comedogenic (doesn't block your pores).

 

9. Try a serum

If you find moisturisers are too greasy for your skin, even the non-comedogenic brands, what about a serum instead? Dr. Wong suggests: "Serums can be nice as alternatives and less heavy than some of the creams."

10. Hormonal treatment

"If you have a lady who has acne well beyond into the adult years and she has other features such as irregular periods and excessive hair, that might suggest poly-cystic ovarian syndrome. In those cases, it's advisable to get a hormone test and an ultrasound scan of the ovaries. Acne treatments for someone with PCOS would be more geared towards the hormonal side, such as the combined oral contraceptive pill."

 

Hair loss 04/04/2018

Home Remedies for Hairline

How to lower hairline naturally…Here are some effective ways to Grow Hair Back On Balding Forehead


Onion

Rich in sulfur, onion is taunted to regenerate new hair follicles. Peel, dice and minced onion to extract its juice. Massage the onion juice on the receding hairline and scalp. Leave it on for an hour. Rinse it clean with a mild shampoo.


Olive Oil

Packed with antioxidants and vitamin E, olive oil is known to promote hair growth. Take a tablespoon of olive oil, add a teaspoon of cinnamon powder and a tablespoon of honey. Warm it on low flame. When tepid warm, massage it onto the balding spot. Let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Rinse the Ayurvedic remedy for receding hairline with a mild shampoo.


Black Pepper

Black pepper stimulates blood flow, which in turn promotes new hair follicle growth. Grind a few peppercorns into a smooth paste by adding a few drops of lemon juice. Apply it to the balding spot. Wait till it dries and then rinse.


Beetroot Leaves

Rich in potassium, magnesium, and vitamin B6, beetroot leaves can strengthen hair roots and promote its growth. Boil a handful of beetroot leaves in water. When the leaves become tender, grind it into a paste. Mix in a required amount of henna. Whip until you get a smooth paste. Apply the hair growth mask to wide forehead through the length of your hair and scalp. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Then, shampoo and condition.


Coriander

Coriander happens to be a rich source of vitamin C, iron and proteins, which combat hair loss and promote new hair growth. Crush a handful of coriander into a smooth paste. Wet your hair and apply the paste. Massage it in a circular motion for 5 minutes. Let the herbal remedy for balding forehead stay for 30 minutes, then rinse it with a mild shampoo.


Camphor

It stimulates the blood flow to the scalp, restores the pH balance, which in turn makes the hair grow faster. Take a teaspoon of camphor, mix it with 2 tablespoons of yogurt, and add in a few drops of essential oils of your choice. Apply the mask to your hair length and scalp. Let it stay for an hour, then rinse it off. Spinach Juice Spinach has a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which is an essential acid your hair needs to hold onto the roots tightly. Extract spinach juice. Using a cotton ball, apply it on to your wet hair. Massage your scalp for 10 minutes. Let the mask stay for 30 minutes. Rinse and pat dry. Use this natural ingredient for hair growth once a week. Snake Gourd Being a natural antibiotic, snake gourd treats patchiness on

Spinach Juice

Spinach has a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which is an essential acid your hair needs to hold onto the roots tightly.

Extract spinach juice. Using a cotton ball, apply it on to your wet hair. Massage your scalp for 10 minutes. Let the mask stay for 30 minutes. Rinse and pat dry. Use this natural ingredient for hair growth once a week.


Snake Gourd

Being a natural antibiotic, snake gourd treats patchiness on the scalp, stimulating hair follicle growth. Using a cotton ball, apply the raw juice on to the affected area. Let it sit overnight. Wash it off in the morning.


Curry Leaves

Being a powerhouse of amino acids, curry leaves reduce hair loss, stimulate growth and make hair strands appear darker. Put a handful of curry leaves out in the sun to dry. Grind it into a fine powder. Using castor oil, whip it into a smooth paste. Apply the mask liberally onto your scalp. Let the hair growth mask stay for an hour, then rinse it off with a mild clarifying shampoo.


Cumin Seeds

Cumin seed has over 100 nutrients that your hair requires, and it is known to show drastic improvement in hair loss too. Soak a teaspoon of cumin seeds in a cup of olive oil overnight. In the morning, massage your scalp with the oil. Let it sit for 2 hours. Shampoo and condition as usual.

And one supplement that I recommend for hair loss is Biotin. It’s your miracle hair loss supplement!Home Remedies for Hairline

How to lower hairline naturally…Here are some effective ways to Grow Hair Back On Balding Forehead

 

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Pain Oil 04/04/2018

Ayurvedic (Herbal) Oils for Pain Relief

Mahanarayan Oil – is a popular traditional Ayurvedic oil for back pain. Owing to its rejuvenating and analgesic qualities, when massaged directly on the skin it helps to soothe sore muscles and tendons. This oil helps to detoxify the deep layers of the skin and muscles. Mahanarayan oil also improves blood circulation and loosen tight muscles. Massage daily on entire body for 3 to 6 months. Mahanarayan Oil for back pain is a very famous herbal oil used in Ayurvedic treatment of arthritis, paralysis, and eye diseases
Ashwagandha Oil – nourishes the bones, muscles and tissues. Back pain is linked to Vata dosha in the body and this is an excellent oil for reducing Vata disorders such as nerve or muscle pain. It has relaxing properties that eases pain and also reduces muscle spasm.
Vata Samana Thailam – prepared by the mixture of garlic, sathapushpa, sesame and neem oil base massaging with this oil helps in reducing muscular and back pain. When the muscles are overworked, they start to ache. Through this oil massage, it warms the skin and the underlying muscles. Regular massage has shown improvements in reducing pain and stiffness. It is a good Ayurvedic massage oil for back pain or Ayurvedic thailam for back pain.
Karpooradi Oil – with a major ingredient, tree camphor, it is called a magic healer. It is used to relieve muscular pain, joint pain, joint stiffness and rheumatoid complaints. Warm the oil slightly and rub on the affected area to ease numbness and improve blood circulation.
Murivenna – prepared in coconut oil it possesses anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. It soothes pain, stiffness and inflammation. Application of murivenna every day over the torso from side to side is said to increase metabolism as well.
Dhanwantharam Oil – used for several health conditions including arthritis, spondylitis and nervous disorders it relieves numb muscles and blocks caused in the body. A regular massage also improves blood circulation along with helping the skin in getting rid of toxins.
Kottamchukkadi Thailam – very useful combination of herbs processed in sesame oil. It is used in arthritis, spondylosis, myalgia and sciatica. It has proven to be very efficient in the treatment of arthritic ailments like pain, swelling, stiffness and limited mobility in the joints.

 

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Herbs for arthritis 28/03/2018
What Is Arthritis*/Natural Treatment For Arthritis/ Arthritis is a painful inflammation of the joints. Arthritis is considered a chronic and degenerating condition. As arthritis progresses, it causes increasing damage to and decreasing range of motion in the affected joint. Advanced arthritis can make simple tasks like walking and getting dressed difficult, and is the leading cause of disability in adults.