Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)

Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)
Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)
Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)
Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)
Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)
Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)

Kerala Ayurveda Cervigest Capsule (10x10 cap)

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Cervigest Capsule  

About Cervigest Capsule

Cervigest Capsule is a proprietary formulation inspired by a combination of ancient Ayurveda oils - Kubjaprasarini thailam & Kethakimuladi thailam indicated traditionally for helping in the treatment of Musculoskeletal and Neurological Disorders related to head, neck, shoulder & arms.
It is formulated using Avarthanam: a time-tested technique of potentiating the formulation and reducing dosage.
Cervigest Capsule contains enriched & effective actives that helps in Spine Care management.

Benefits of Cervigest Capsule

Kulatha (Dilochos biflorus)
  • Helps in relieving localized swelling
  • Helps in eliminating toxins from the body
Ajmoda (Apium graveolens)
  • Helps in improving strength
  • Helps in improving the strength of digestion
Bala (Side Cordifolia)
  • Helps in improving strength
  • Helps in balancing Vata, Pitta, and Kapha
  • Helps in improving immunity
Raasna (Alpinia Officinarum)
  • Helps in relieving joint pain
  • Helps in improving digestion
  • Helps in relieving pain and swelling

Ingredients

Each CERVIGEST CAPSULE is prepared out of:

Dct.of 

  • Prasaarani (Meremmia tridentata Pl.) 180 mg
  • Bala (Sida cordifolia Rt.) 384 mg 
  • Ketaki  (Pandanus tectorius Rt.) 192 mg
  • Godhadi (Curd Lq.) 0.3 ml  
  • Ksheera (Milk Lq.) 1.2 ml
  • Thila thailam (Sesamum indicum Ol.) 0.6 ml
  • Raktachandana (Pterocarpus santalinus Ht.Wd.) 11.5 mg

Pst Of

  • Jadamamsi (Nardostachys jatamamsi Rt.) 11.5 mg 
  • Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanicum Rt.) 11.5 mg 
  • Pippalimool (Piper longum, Fr.) 11.5 mg 
  • Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra Rt.) 11.5 mg 
  • Saindav (Rock salt Pdr.) 11.5 mg
  • Bala (Sida cordifolia Rt.) 11.5 mg 
  • Prasaarani (Meremmia tridentata Pl.) 11.5 mg 
  • Satahua (Anethum sowa Fr.) 11.5 mg 
  • Devadaru (Cedrus deodara Ht.Wd.) 11.5 mg 
  • Raasna (Alpinia officinarum Rt.) 11.5 mg 
  • Gajapippali (Balanophora fungosa Rt.) 11.5 mg 
                      • Dhanyamlam (Lq.) 600 ml prepared of 
                          • Tandula (Oryza sativa Sd.) 3g 
                          • Pridhikam (Oryza sativa Sd.) 3 g 
                          • Kulatha (Dolichos biflorus Sd.) 3 g 
                          • Laaja (Oryza sativa Sd.) 12 g 
                          • Ajmoda (Peucedanum graveolens Fr.) 2.4 g 
                          • Sunthi (Zingiber officinale Rz.) 2.4 g 
                          • Thina (Panicum italicum Sd.) 3 g 
                          • Kodrava (Paspalum scorbiculatum Sd.) 3 g
                          • Nimbu (Citrus limon Fr.) 0.15 nos.
                      The human cervical spine has vertebrae separated by an intervertebral disc that acts as a support between the two vertebrae. In cervical spondylosis, the discs between the vertebrae are degenerated due to wear and tear, dehydration, bony spurs, and other factors. It worsens with age and is more common in individuals over the age of 60 years. The degeneration of the disc affects the mobility of the neck and also increases pressure on the nerves. 
                      Some of the symptoms of cervical spondylosis are as follows:
                      • Pain in the back of neck 
                      • Pain in arms and shoulder
                      • Stiffness of the neck
                      • Paraplegia
                      • Pain in the arms and fingers while doing daily activities
                      • Problem in doing activities with arms
                      • Headaches 
                      • Dizziness and loss of balance
                      Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a chronic inflammatory disease that can cause the fusion of some vertebrae in the spine causing musculoskeletal pain, stiffness, and immobility.  You may see a change in posture among those with this condition. It can also affect the ribs causing breathing problems. Early signs of the disease include pain and stiffness in the lower back hips. You may also observe pain in the neck and fatigue. 

                      Causes of Spondylosis

                      Possible causes of Cervical Spondylosis are as follows:
                      • Age-related - Wear and tear caused by the aging process
                      • Bone spurs – In response to the degeneration of the disc the body tries to grow an additional amount of bone to support the spine. This extra bone or bone spurs can pinch the spine and nerves causing pain. 
                      • Discs getting dehydrated – The cushions between the vertebrae act as shock absorbers and support the body with sudden load of lifting or additional weight. As we age the spinal discs become dry reducing the elasticity and distance between the bones. This increases bone-to-bone contact which can be painful. 
                      • Herniated discs – The cushion between the vertebrae has a gel-like material. As we age, cracks appear on the exterior of the discs leading to protrusion of disc material between the vertebrae and bulging of discs. It can cause pain and numbness of the arm.  
                      • Ligament stiffness – Bones are connected to each other by ligaments. They can become stiff and make the neck less flexible. 
                      • Injury – A neck injury can also cause spondylosis.
                      Causes of ankylosing spondylitis: 
                      • The causes are unknown but some data suggest the involvement of genetic factors. Members with the HLA-B27 gene are at increased risk of this condition. 

                      Ayurveda’s view on Musculoskeletal and Neurological Disorders

                      Vata is the predominant function of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system. The symptoms of cervical spondylosis are caused by vitiated Vata. Vata Vyadhi (Vata Disease) has two types of pathology, Ksaya of Dhatu which is the influence on the body tissues and Margavrodha which is caused by obstruction of Vata due to the malfunctioning of Pitta and Kapha. In Ksaya the Vata and Pitta dosha is vitiated causing the degeneration of vertebras and discs. Aggravated Vata and Ama (toxins) cause stiffness in the sacrum area. 
                      Ayurveda experts recommend the following methods to treat spondylosis which are focused on balancing the Vata:
                      • Asthi poshan chikitsa which is the provision of nutrition to the bone tissue 
                      • Detoxification and elimination of Ama
                      • Pacifying Vata with diet
                      • Lifestyle modifications
                      • Ayurvedic medicine to alleviate pain and inflammation 

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