Ayurvedic Remedy for Knee Pains Due to Vata Dosha

This is the second remedy in a series of remedies for treatment of knee pains.  First can be found here. This preparation is essentially preparing “Triphala Churna” in the ration of 1:2:4. It will not only relieve the knee pain, but also helpful in general well being.

Ingredients:

  • Yellow Myrobalan or Chebulic Myrobalan / Terminalia chebula / Haritaki (हरीतकी) / Harad (हरद) / Karakkaya (కరక్కాయ) – 100 g
  • Beleric or bastard myrobalan / Terminalia bellirica / Vibhitaka (विभितक) / Aksha (अक्ष) / Thanikaya (తానికాయ) – 200 g
  • Indian gooseberry / Phyllanthus emblica / Amalika (अमलिक) / Amla (आम्ला) / Usirikaya (ఉసిరికాయ) – 400 g

Preparation:
Powder all the above and store in a glass bottle.

Usage:
Mix one spoon of this powder with a glass of lukewarm water and drink before going to bed.


Also, follow this remedy along:

Ingredients:

  • Dried ginger – 100 g
  • Black sesame seeds  – 100 g
  • Indian ginseng / Withania somnifera /  Ashwagandha (अश्वगंध) / Ajagandha (अजगंध) / Ashwagandha (అశ్వగంధ) – 400 g
  • Candy sugar / Misthri  – 100 g

Preparation:
Powder all of the above and add enough ghee to make paste and store in a glass bottle.

Usage:
Take 10 g of this paste twice a day.


Also, perform Vata Naashak Mudra for 5 to 10 minutes thrice a day.

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2 thoughts on “Ayurvedic Remedy for Knee Pains Due to Vata Dosha

  1. Shweta Bisht

    Thanks for this remedy for knee pain but can you tell me where I could get vibhitika and ashwagandha in a pure form in Bangalore? or which company/brands market these? My sister-in-law, who is 40 now, started getting knee pains when she was 36. This made movement very difficult for her – we tried some physiotherapy and ayurvedic remedies for her but she did not get relief. Finally we took her to Nova Orthopaedic hospital where she underwent a total knee replacement surgery. She is doing good now but still needs to do her recommended exercises and the physiotherapist from the hospital visits her twice a week. Can you suggest some remedies for her to get better?

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    1. Ayurpedia Post author

      You can get them in a herbal selling shop. Get the raw herbals and powder them yourself. This site is not operated by Elchuri. It is a translation work of his remedies into English by a follower of Ayurveda, so you won’t be getting advice on your health conditions. I hope it helps.

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