Headaches are common irritants of modern, fast paced lives. Ancient Ayurveda teaches that there are as many forms of headaches as there are people who suffer from them. An aching head can be the result of many factors. The most common form is the tension headache using a computer for a long stretch, overexertion, sleeping in an awkward position; generally all the activities which mean you keep your head in the same position would cause this type of a headache. Excess intake of junk food and missing meals, not getting enough sleep, anger, anxiety, nervous tension, consistent consumption of alcohol or drugs, stressed lifestyles, indigestion, constipation, colds and flu, poor posture, suppression of urges to pass gas, urine, or stool etc. can all make you more susceptible to headaches.
A headache can involve intense pain in your head, blurred vision, feeling nauseated or having vomiting sensations. Other symptoms include loss of hearing, irritability, confusion or just a general feeling of discomfort.
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- • Amalki Ghan (Fruit) Emblica officinalis 150 mg
- • Bhringaraj Ghan (Leaf) Eclipta alba 90 mg
- • Sunthi (Rhizome Powder) Zingeber officinale 20 mg
- • Excipients Q.S.
Bhringaraj (Eclipta Alba): Bhringaraja is traditionally indicated for various kinds of 'energy excess’. It lowers the threshold of pain and inhibits inflammation. In a laboratory study, this herb was shown to protect the liver from the effects of the types of drugs commonly used for headache relief.
Amla (Emblica officinalis): Amla provides antioxidants that prevent stress-induced changes in the brain. Amla also supports digestive imbalances and is a potent source of Vitamin C. No medicinal herb, apart from Ginger, is used more often in Ayurvedic formulas than Amla.
Ginger: In ‘Axantrin’, Ginger supports digestive balance by preventing nausea and is synergistic when taken with Amla. Herbal practitioners often recommend Ginger for migraine headaches, since it has no known side effects. Ginger is especially helpful when symptoms are triggered by circular motion that can cause sea or car sickness.
Dosage : 1 Capsule twice a day with water after meals or as directed by physician.