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Description - "Is your painful elbow messing up with your life? Do you have pain on the outer side of your elbow, which increases while shaking hands or lifting or squeezing objects? Are your elbow's pain and burning sensation troubling you at work, or doesn't let you enjoy active leisure time? The chances are that you are suffering from tennis elbow; even if you have never swung a racket your entire life, ?get yourself checked. Kerala Ayurveda Kottamchukkadi Thailam is the best choice for those suffering from tennis elbow or any other painful inflammatory condition because of repetitive wrist movements.
The benefits of the Kottamchukkadi Thailam are not limited to elbow and sports injuries- it is also an excellent pain reliever for Cervical Spondylosis. It is made by following the original recipe from the ancient Ayurveda recipe book-Sahasrayogam. It helps keep symptoms of tennis elbow and other sports injuries under control so that you can play, rejoice and lead a physically active life."
How to use - "1)Take the required amount of Kerala Ayurveda Kottamchukkadi Thailam in a bowl
2)Place this bowl in warm water until it becomes slightly warm
3)Sit in a comfortable position on a non-slippery surface and check if the oil is warm enough by putting a drop on your inner wrist
4)Massage the affected area
5)If you have twisted muscles or sprain, avoid massaging and do a Pichu. Pichu (sponging) is a simple technique to apply and keep medicated oil over the affected part of the body. It obviates the need for bandages in a resting position.
6)Spread a piece of cotton and dip it in the warm oil and apply over the painful area
7)Maintain the temperature by replacing the cotton with another cotton dipped in warm oil at regular intervals
8)Take a bath in warm water so that oil penetrates deep into your skin
If you are using this oil for the first time, do a patch test
9)Avoid applying over cuts, burns, or burning sensation in the affected area
If you have a sprain, avoid vigorous massaging over the affected area"
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