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Herbs for Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common complaint for many people globally. Several factors that can cause knee pain include injury, degeneration, arthritis and infection. Swelling and inflammation of the knee is common with different knee problems. The most common knee pain is due to osteoarthritis and swelling occurs without the presence of any injury. Less common knee pains have been reported due to gout and inflammatory arthritis. It has been observed that mobility of the knee can be affected by a number of conditions. Chronic and limited mobility of the knee is also due to arthritis.

The severity of knee pain may vary and most common symptoms include swelling, stiffness, inflammation, redness and instability. In some cases, there is 'locking' and even inability to fully straighten the knee. In some cases, knee pains respond to a combination of non-invasive treatments such as applying heat or cold and medications that improve pain and inflammation.

The most common causes of knee pain include:

Bone chips - In some persons, a knee injury can break off fragments from the bone. Cartilage. These pieces may get stuck in the joint and cause knee pain and swelling.

Bursitis - A bursa is a sac of fluid and present in different parts of the knee. More often or repeated bending can irritate the bursa, thus causing knee pain and swelling.

Iliotibial band syndrome - Iliotibial band is a piece of tough tissue running from the hip region and down to the shin. If it is irritated by some problem, it gets swollen and causes knee pain on the outer side.

Medial plica syndrome - Plica is a fold of tissue in the knee joint and on account of its irritation, swelling and knee pain can occur.

Osteoarthritis - This problem is the frequent cause of knee pain in athletes and other people.

Partially dislocated kneecap - Here, the kneecap slides out of position and causes knee pain and swelling. It is more common in girls than boys.

Tendonitis - Tendons connect the bones and the muscles. Sometimes, tendons become inflamed and cause knee pain or 'knee tendonitis'.

The severity of knee pain may vary from person to person. It more depends on the cause and the situation. Knee pain can be caused by a minor sprain or contusion which may disappear with home treatments such as rest, elevation of the leg and medications. Most knee pain is treated with the aid of allopathic drugs, but these mostly lead to side effects. There are some cases of severe knee pain situations in which surgery is recommended. Athletes mostly require surgery due to torn ligaments in the center of the knee or fracture. Patients with advanced knee osteoarthritis may need knee replacement surgery. However, surgery is optional and only the last resort.

Herbs for knee pain are helpful in balancing one of the three fundamental doshas i.e. 'Vata'. Herbal medicines contain specific natural herbs which provide deep relief in osteoarthritis, rheumatic pains, joint pains, swelling, muscular pain and knee pain. Ayurvedic medicines are prepared from natural herbs which help to get relief from joint pains, knee pains and also help to control arthritis and spondilitis.

Herbal treatment for knee pain is safe, effective and without side-effects. Our herbal medicines are made from specific herbs and provide natural relief for knee pain and inflammation. Our herbal products manufacturing company is among the leading companies engaged in the production of herbal supplements in India.

Our herbal supplements are most frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine. Herbs for knee pain used in our ayurvedic medicines have its roots in Ayurveda (the ancient natural healthcare system of India). Our company specializes in Ayurvedic herbal medicines which have been successful in tapping the incredible benefits of natural and herbal remedies.

Our herbal supplements for knee pain are a blend of specific Indian natural herbs. These herbs for knee pain treatment have been used from centuries to provide necessary strength to joints and muscles. The herbal products are effective in relieving knee pain, fast acting and long lasting. The blend of natural herbs provides quick relief from knee pain as well as they help to reduce stiffness in joints and muscles.

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Our Joint aid plus capsules are very effective in knee pain treatment. It is a blend of specific natural herbs which have been explained in Ayurveda texts to relieve pain and swelling. Joint aid plus not only helps in joint pains but also helps in morning stiffness, knee pain and provides immediate relief. Most allopathic drugs may give relief from inflammation and severe pain, but they lead to adverse side effects. Joint aid plus contains herbal ingredients which are pure and natural. The natural herbs for knee pain relief are nature's gift to mankind. Joint aid plus is recommended as an effective herbal remedy for arthritis pain and inflammation. Herbs in Joint Aid Plus: Joint Aid Plus is purely an herbal formulation and free from synthetic chemicals. The natural ingredients are frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine since ancient times and without any side effects.

Nirgundi (Vitex negundo): It is one of the most potent natural anti-arthritic herbs. It is very effective in controlling knee pain and also inflammation in arthritis and painful joints.

Shallaki (Boswellia serrata): It is a very popular natural anti-inflammatory herb used by most ayurvedic physicians. In India, it is commonly known as 'Salai Guggul'. The resin obtained from the salao guggul tree is purified and used for knee pain treatment. It also relieves cervical spondylitis and other pains in a natural way.

Guggul (Commiphora mukul): It is most commonly used for painful joint conditions and provides relief from knee pain. The guggul resin is obtained from the bark of the tree which is found in dry deserts of India. It is an effective herbal remedy used by many people for fast relief in knee pain and osteoarthritis. Guggul also works with other joint pain herbal remedies in a synergistic way to provide relief from joint pains and swelling.

Sonth (Zingiber officinale): Dry ginger is being used since ancient times for pain and inflammation of all types. According to Ayurveda, it is an effective joint pain remedy and also gives relief from knee pain. Numerous scientific researches have concluded that dry ginger extract is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera): It is popularly known as Indian ginseng. It is known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-stress properties. This wonderful herb acts as a potent stress buster and very useful for knee pain and joint pains.

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