In Ayurveda, Abhyanga is one of the most admirable ways to relieve from various health related problems. Abhyanga is the self massage process by using Ayurvedic oils.  As per Ayurveda, daily self massage act as a rejuvenator for mind, body and soul. Ayurvedic Oils such as flaxseed oil, cheed oil, gandpura oil, sesame oil are used as an Abhyanga to relieve from joint pain. Abhyanga is the integral part of our daily routine and helps in the true wellness of body.

On the basis of above given Ayurvedic technique, Dr.Ortho Ayurvedic joint pain relief oil has been prepares by using 8 potent time-tested validated herbs. Dr. Ortho Oil contains Sesame oil, Menthe oil, Flaxseed oil, Camphor oil, Cheed oil, Nargundi oil, Jyotishmati oil, Gandhpura oil which are used for their analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties from centuries. Daily self massage with Dr. Ortho Oil twice a day helps to relieve from joint pain and stiffness. Dr. Ortho oil imparts the muscle tone and vigor to dhatus of body. It works synergistically to increase the blood circulation on the affected area and lubrication of joints.  Daily gentle massage of Dr. Ortho oil with patience helps to relieve from joint pain.

Dr. Ortho oil easily penetrates easily into skin and become easily available for shrotas (blood vessels). Therefore, oil absorbs easily into blood and effectively works on targeted area and provides instant relief from joint pain. In this way, use of Ayurvedic oil give you an instantly soothing and calm effect. Dr.Ortho Oil is completely free from chemically produced substances and completely free from side effects.

Regular use of Ayurvedic oil also helps to pacify the aggravated doshas. Regular massage of Dr.Ortho oil for joint pain helps in pacify and relaxing for Vata dosha imbalance. Gently massage Dr.Ortho oil with patience for at-least 21 days to up root the basic causes of joint pain.

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