Sports Injury Care Pack

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Any injury which occurs during an event of sports, athletic activities or exercising can be termed as sports injuries. Playing sports can be fun and even good for your health but sometimes accidents occur and it can lead to injury to any part of the body. Every age group can get sports injuries which can be soft tissues injuries, hard tissue injuries or injuries due to the over usage of a part. Mostly the injuries are related to the musculoskeletal structures. In this article we will be reading about sports injuries and treating it the ayurvedic way.


S. No. Products Quantity
1 Boswellia-Curcumin 2 Bottles (60 Capsules Each)
2 Yograj Guggul 1 Bottle (120 Tablets)
3 Cissus Power 1 Bottle (60 Capsules)
4 Jatyadi Tailam 1 Bottle (100 ml)
5 Orthovita Oil 1 Bottle (100 ml)



Any sports when played can lead to sports injuries can be due to sports accidents, fatigue, loss in stability etc. Following are the types:-

  1. Sprains – These are the injuries which occur due to the overstretching or tearing of the ligaments. ligaments are the connective tissues which are responsible to connect two bones in a joint or one joint to the other.
  2. Strains – Strains are the injuries in which there is tearing overstretching of the tendons, which are thick and fibrous tissue cords which connects the muscles to the bone.
  3. Fractures – When the continuity of the bones is broken is known as fractures it can also be different types, can be mild like hairline fractures or severe like greenstick fractures.
  4. Dislocations – When a bone is dislocated from its original position is known as dislocation injuries.
  5. Swollen muscles – Inflammation and swelling of the muscles due to any thrust or injury is known as swollen muscles.
  6. Injuries due to overuse – Tendons, ligaments, bones or muscles are overused over a period of time can cause microtrauma and slowly can lead to pain and inflammation of the affected area.


Sports injuries can have different types of symptoms which are mentioned below:

  1. Pain – It is the first and foremost seen symptom of a sports injury, It can be acute but if this pain does not subsides one should consult the physician. Sometimes the symptom of pain is delayed which means which is a typical symptom of overuse injuries.
  2. Swelling – It is one of the 4 signs of inflammation, It can cause discomfort and interfere with the movements. It can be of effusion type which is swelling of the joint, edema which is swelling of the soft tissues or Hematoma i.e swelling due to bleeding into the soft tissues.
  3. Stiffness – Stiffness can cause limited range of motion, Inflammation can lead to stiffness mainly in the ligament or tendon injuries It can be an indication for how severe the injury is.
  4. Instability – When there is ligament or tendon injury it can make the joint feel loose like in the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee. The injured joint is not supported well.
  5. Numbness or Tingling – This numbness or tingling sensation can be due to the irritation or damage to the nerve. If the nerve is injured or damaged it can lead to the loss of movement of that area and can be a major problem.
  6. Redness – It can be due to inflammation or abrasion at the injury site or an infection. It can be treated as Inflammation.


According to the acharya sushruta Sports injuries can be taken under the asthi bhagna (Bone fractures), Asthitoda (Pain in bones), Bhagna (Discontinuity of tissues), Mamsagatvata (Pain in muscles) sandhimukta (Joint dislocation), snayugata vata (Injury of ligament and tendons).

Acharya Sushruta has indicated Agnikarma when there is the injury of ligaments, joints and bones i.e. deeper structures of the body but when there is the involvement of the twak (skin), mansa (Muscles), sira (Blood vessels) then it should be treated with raktamokshan. Marma therapy with the ayurvedic medicines has been indicated to strengthen the tissues of the body.

Acharya agabhatta has mentioned that when a person exercises more than his ability his health or body deteriorates like a lion pulling a weight which is more than his weight. So over-exercising can also lead to injuries like sprain, strain or overuse injuries.


Many types of treatment protocols are mentioned in the ayurveda to manage sports injuries such as:

  1. Lepan/ Alepa/ Upanaha – Herbal paste or ointment is applied on the affected area which helps in managing pain and promotes tissue healing process.
  2. Raktamokshana – Bloodletting from the veins, It helps in detoxifying the blood, relieves pain instantly and also helps in restoring normal function of the heart.
  3. Agnikarma – Treatment process done by heating rod and applying on the skin for some seconds which helps in relieving pain, Improve the restricted movements.
  4. Kati basti – It helps in managing back pain or muscular pains.
  5. Bandhana – Bandaging on the affected part will help in reducing the inflammation and pain of the site.
  6. Medications – Many herbal formulations are there which can be used for the treatment of sports injuries which will help in decreasing the inflammation, improves mobilization, helps in managing pain and restores normal function.


As there is great scope of treatment in ayurveda for the sports injuries Planet ayurveda doctors have created a special Sports injury care pack which is effective for the treatment of any type of sports injury and helps in rehabilitation of the injured part. Planet ayurveda has made this pack considering the ancient texts and the herbs in these medicines are those which are mentioned by the acharyas from the ancient times to heal injuries.
Planet ayurveda’s all the medicines are pure and authentic and are free from the preservatives and chemicals.

List of medications in sports injury care pack


It is a medicine which is very effective in managing the pain and inflammation of any sports injury. It also helps in reducing the swelling and inflammation of the injury. It has a very fast action as its results can be seen after one day’s use.


  1. Shalakki (Boswellia serrata) – According to classical texts it helps in treating vrana (Wounds), Bleedings and shoola (Pain). It can be used for treating intense pain and helps in fast healing of wounds.
  2. Curcumin (Curcuma longa) – It helps in detoxifying the blood and helps in fast healing of the injury. It is known as vranahar (Treats wounds), vishothajit i.e acts as a natural anti-inflammatory also its use will help in reading the pain, swelling and cleansing the wound.

Dosage: 2 capsules a day with plain water after meals.


This medicine is used for the treatment of management of various types of arthritis, Joint pains, general inflammation, and infected wounds. It helps in balancing all three doshas of the body. It also helps in promoting strength to the injured tissues and promotes rehabilitation.


  1. Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanica) – It helps in improving the digestion, relieving pain, Digests the toxins from the body. It is also anti-inflammatory and helps in balancing the vata dosha.
  2. Pippali Mool (Piper longum) – It is helpful in relieving vata dosha so it will help in treating conditions such as neuralgia, paralysis or irritation due to nerve injury.
  3. Yavani (Tachyspermum ammi) – This herb has been kept in the group Shoolprashmana (Herbs relieving pain). It is helpful in toxic conditions and improves digestion.
  4. Karavi (Piper chaba) – It relieves anorexia, relieves constipation and is helpful in abdominal pain.
  5. Ajmoda (Trachyspermum roxburghianum) – It helps in improving strength, acts as a natural aphrodisiac and improves the digestion and increases bioavailability of medicine.
  6. Jeerak (Cuminum cyminum) – It helps in improving taste. Helps in pachana (Carminative) and improves strength and immunity of body tissues.
  7. Devdaru (Cedrus deodara) – It is helpful in treating neurological conditions, Balances vata and kapha dosha, It is also used for the healing of infected wounds. It also relieves swelling, inflammation and oedema.
  8. Chavya (Piper cubeba) – This herb is helpful in the treatment of vata dosha like neuralgia, paralysis, constipation, bloating etc. It will help in cleansing the wounds.
  9. Ela (Elettaria cardamomum) – It has been kept in the group angamarda prashmana (Herbs used to relieve bodyache). It will help in the treatment of toxicity, promote digestion etc.
  10. Saindhav lavan (Rock salt) – It can be taken on a daily basis, It does not cause burning sensation, Helps in relieving infections.
  11. Kustha (Saussurea lappa) – This herb is used for the treatment of skin diseases, Improves complexion of the skin.
  12. Rasna (Pluchea lanceolata) – It is a really good anti-inflammatory and pain relieving herb. It helps in managing vata dosha from the body.
  13. Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris) – It helps in improving the strength and nourishes the body. It is cold in potency and helpful in cleansing and detoxifying the body.
  14. Dhanyak (Coriandrum sativum) – This herb is cool in potency so it will be helpful in relieving the burning sensation of the body.
  15. Amalaki (Emblica offcinale) – It is cold in potency, Has a rejuvenating effect on the body that is it helps in promoting healthy tissues growth.
  16. Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) – It helps in balancing the kapha and pitta dosha. Heals the wound and inflammation as it detoxifies the blood, lymph, muscles and fatty tissues etc.
  17. Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) – It is also a rejuvenating herb, It can be used in bleeding disorders, Shotha (Inflammation), Body ache, skin discoloration, wound etc.
  18. Musta (Cyperus rotundus) – This herb can be used to relieve fever, Improves digestive strength, and is also useful in blood disorders. It helps in improving skin tone and complexion and it acts as an antitoxic herb.
  19. Pippali (Piper longum) – It can be used for vata disorders, and conditions like neuralgia, paralysis, pain etc.
  20. Maricha (Piper nigrum) – This herb also helps in pacifying vata dosha and slightly increases pitta dosha. This herb is helpful in increasing the bioavailability of other herbs due to its yogavahi nature.
  21. Sonth (Zingiber officinalis) – It is not very hot nor very cold in potency, Improves digestion and it is also helpful in decreasing inflammation and swelling.
  22. Twak (Cinnamomum zeylanica) – It relieves throat pain, can be used in toxic conditions, Useful in joint pain and inflammation.
  23. Usheera (Vetiveria zizanioides) – It helps in pacifying the vata and pitta dosha from the body, It has been classified in group (Varnya) which is used for improving complexion, dahaprashmana (Herbs relieving burning sensation) etc.
  24. Yavagraja (Hordeum vulgare) – It can be used in excessive thirst, helps in pacifying kapha and pitta dosha. It is a grain so can be included in diet as it has many nutrients and provides nourishment to the body. It has scrapping properties.
  25. Talispatra (Abies webbiana) – It helps in relieving ama dosha so relieves low digestion power. It is helpful in relieving the kapha and vata dosha from the body so it will act as a painkiller.
  26. Patra (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) – It has a strong and piercing nature with hot in potency so helps in balancing the kapha and vata dosha from the body. It helps in cleansing the skin and can be used in toxic conditions, itching and pruritus.
  27. Guggul (Commiphora mukul) – Acharya charaka has kept this herb in the groups such as sangya sthapana (Herbs used to restore consciousness). It helps in balancing all the three doshas of the body, relieves pain and inflammation and is also used in joint disorders.
  28. Sarpi (Ghrit) – It is very nourishing and helps in balancing the vata and pitta dosha. It can be consumed regularly and is also helpful in nourishing the body and joints also helps in treating the inflammation and pain of tendon and ligaments.

Dosage: 2 tablets twice a day.


This is a single herbal formulation which is a patent of planet ayurveda. It is helpful in strengthening the joints, tendon or ligament injury, Fractures or inflammatory joints etc. It contains Hadjod (Cissus quadrangularis), a stem used for this formulation and which helps in balancing the vata and kapha dosha. It helps in strengthening the bones and joints. It can be used in conditions like gout, arthritis etc.

Dosage: 1 cap twice a day with plain water after meals.


It is a classical ayurvedic oil which has many ingredients and it is helpful in treating the non-healing wounds, sinuses, blisters abscess etc. it can also be used in burns and eczema, syphilis, etc. Jatyadi balances the pitta and kapha dosha from the body and in the wounds with severe infection. It also checks the bleeding. It contains;


  1. Chameli (Jasminum officinale) – It has been classically indicated in treating wounds, toxic conditions, skin diseases, blood disorders such as abscess, skin disorders, etc. It can also be used in boils and blisters etc.
  2. Neem (Azadirachta indica) – It has antibiotic, antifungal properties, due to its drying mature it helps in cleaning up the moisture from the wounds, It is a vranahara i.e. it helps in quick healing of the wounds and can be used in numerous skin diseases.
  3. Patol patra (Stereospermum chelonoides) – It has bitter taste so it helps in purifying blood and detoxifies any impurity from the blood. Can be used in skin disorders and burning sensation of skin.
  4. Beeswax (Cera alba) – It can be used externally on wounds for a quicker healing process. It is also used for the treatment of fractures. It is also used as a base for ointents.
  5. Mulethi (Glycyrrhiza glabra) – It has classified under the groups of herbs such as jeevaniya (Herbs promoting longevity), sandhaneeya (Herbs used to heal bone fracture and wound healing), shonita sthapana (Herbs used to stop bleeding) etc. It helps in rehabilitation of the injuries and purifies blood.
  6. Kushtha (Sausurrea lappa) – This herb is really good for the skin, it helps in treating various kinds of skin disorders. Its oil extract is used as an antiinflammatory and as an analgesic.
  7. Haridra (Curcuma longa) – It is a powerful antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. It acts as a lekhniya agent that means it helps in scrapping of the dead tissue from the body. It is also good for skin as it helps in relieving skin disorders. It is also good for removing toxins from the body.
  8. Daruharidra (Berberis aristata) – It is helpful as a lekhaniya agent i.e has scrapping properties so it will help in scraping the dead tissues from the wound. It has antitoxic properties. It has drying properties so it will help in relieving moisture and also helps in wound healing.
  9. Manjishtha – It helps in mitigating pitta dosha from the body so it is useful in diseases of tissues where pitta dosha is involved like wounds, skin diseases or eye diseases.
  10. Katurohini (Picrorhiza kurroa) – It is a coolant herb so will be helpful in relieving burning sensation, bleeding disorders and is very useful in skin disorders.
  11. Padmaka (Prunus puddum) – It is good for treating skin diseases such as boils, blisters, ulcers etc. It will help in relieving the burning sensation of the body and can be used in toxic conditions.
  12. Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) – It is astringent in taste so helps in drying the wounds, This herb is the best for treating the gynecological disorders such as excessive bleeding, white discharge etc. It is also useful in pain and swelling, and inflammatory conditions.
  13. Abhya (Terminalia chebula) – It helps in balancing all the three doshas from the body, also relieves inflammation, infection, clarifies the obstructions of the channels, treats wounds etc.
  14. Nilotpala (Nymphaea stellata) – It is a well known herb which is bitter in taste and used for the treatment of disorders such as diabetes, inflammation, bleeding disorders etc.
  15. Tutthaka (Copper sulfate) – Crystals of copper sulfate are added in the decoction of herbs, It is known to treat many skin conditions and also it helps in relieving infections of skin. Acharya charak has indicated this mineral in many skin diseases and wounds healing.
  16. Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus) – It is useful in skin diseases, itching, pruritus, etc. Helps in relieving ama dosha from the body and acts as an anti-toxic agent.
  17. Naktamla beeja (Pongamia pinnata) – It is used to relieve itching and has a bitter, pungent and astringent taste and also helps in balancing the kapha and vata dosha from the body.
  18. Sesame oil (Sesamum indicum) – It is the base for this oil which helps in pacifying the vata dosha hence helps in relieving the pain, dryness or itching of the area. It gets absorbed easily and enters the body channels very quickly.

Dosage: Apply locally on the affected area.


It is an oil for local application which is used for strengthening the bones and joints of the body. It is also good for relieving the inflammation and pain of the injuries. It will be useful in treating conditions such as sprain, strain and can also be used to relieve pain of fractures and RA, gout, or any other joint disorder.


  1. Shul gajendra oil – This oil is the best oil for pain relieving of the ortho conditions. It will help in relieving pain related to the sprain, strains, fractures etc.
  2. Gandhapura oil (Gaultheria procumbens) – Volatile oil of this herb is used for the formulation which is very useful in pain relieving as it balances vata and kapha dosha. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic and carminative agent.
  3. Turpentine oil – This oil is extracted from herb Gandhabiroj (Pinus longifolia), Local application of this oil can be used for pain relieving such as orthostatic pains. It helps in stopping bleeding by constricting the blood vessels or capillaries.
  4. Saindhav oil – It has many ingredients and the main ingredient is rock salt with the base of sesame oil, Its main use is for the deep sinuses, blisters, abscess etc.
  5. Prasarini oil – This oil is used for the treatment of joint pains such as Rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, neck pain, stiffness etc. It is also used for neuro muscular pains and shoulder dislocation. Massage with this oil will be helpful in stiffness of the joints and paralysis.
  6. Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora) – It helps in balancing the kapha and pitta dosha from the body, External application of camphor will have a soothing effect and it is helpful in treating pain and inflammation, also it helps in improving the blood circulation.

Dosage: Applied locally on the affected area.


After going through what are sports injuries and what medicines can be used in ayurveda also medicines which are provided by the planet ayurveda for the treatment of different sports injuries. It is easily curable in ayurveda from the traditional methods and can be cured permanently. It is also good for the rehabilitation process.


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