Sandhi Sudha is for external application only. Take one or two teaspoons (approximately 5 ml) of the oil in a bowl or in your palm. Dip your fingertips in the oil and start massaging the affected area gently with fingertips. Make sure that the pressure is not too much while applying and the area of application is clean and without any cuts or wounds. Keep the motion circular in direction and keep massaging for 3-5 minutes.
The application should be repeated 3-4 times in a day for 15 days and further as and when need be.
For the maximum benefit, give hot fomentation after massaging the affected area.
1. Knee pain
2. Shoulder pain
3. Back pain
4. Wrist pain
5. Cervical spondylitis
6. Arthritic pain
Less or reduced synovial fluid in the space between the joints cause less to no lubrication and lead to bones rubbing against each other causing continuous pain. Sandhi Sudha on application penetrates the layers of skin through the outer tissues and reaches the joint space restoring the lubrication and warmth between the joint. The swollen inflammatory tissues around the joint get immediate relief from the application of Sandhi Sudha reducing the pain coming from these tissues. Increased blood flow in the veins around the joint stimulate the synovial membranes for better fluid production thus providing effective lubrication between joints. It also regenerates the damaged tissue and treats the injured parts of that area.