Frozen shoulder is a common disorder that causes pain, stiffness, and loss of the normal range of motion in the shoulder. The resulting disability can be difficult to manage and tends to worsen over time.
Ayurveda recognizes a condition called which is closely related to the symptoms of frozen shoulder. Avabahuka is a joint disorder of the shoulder and is described in the ancient Ayurvedic text. The cause of Avabahuka is mainly an aggravated vata dosha and in the later stages kapha dosha also becomes aggravated.
According to Ayurveda, vata dosha accumulates around the shoulder joint and causes depletion. This causes the muscles to atrophy and kapha fluid accumulates the surrounding tissues. This causes constriction of the blood vessels leading to pain and stiffness of the joint, and ultimately causes restricted movement of the shoulder joint.
Symptoms of Avabahuka
Avoid Activities that Aggravate Vata Dosha
Diet and Lifestyle Activities to Balance Vata Dosha
Prasaranyadi Kwatham Tablets and Oil
Prasaranyadi Kwatham is a classical Ayurvedic formulation in tablet form that supports all types of joint and musculoskeletal disorders. It mainly supports the afflicted vata dosha when associated with kapha dosha.
It’s action are anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic and anti-rheumatic, which helps to strengthen the joints and muscles surrounding the neck and shoulder area. It helps strengthen and nourish the shoulder muscles which supports function. It also provides an analgesic and muscle relaxing properties which help improve flexibility and movement of the shoulder joint.
Prasarani Oil balances both vata and kapha dosha, the main herb is prasarni, supports and nourishes the neck and shoulder joints, helps strengthen neck muscles.
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The Ayurvedic text lists four types of fats with medicinal healing qualities. They are ghritam (ghee), oil (sesame), vasa (muscle), and majja (marrow). Each one has its own unique properties, however ghritam has several special qualities that are unmatched. Ghritam will maintain its own healing qualities even when combined with herbs with different qualities.