Effective Herbal Remedies for Wound
|1||Vran Rakshas Oil||1 Bottle (100ml)|
|2||Jatyadi Oil||1 Bottle (100ml)|
|3||Nirgundi Oil||1 Bottle (100ml)|
|4||Recumin Gel||1 Bottle (100ml)|
|5||Natural Glow Powder||1 Bottle (100gm)|
|6||Rose Toner||1 Bottle (250ml)|
A wound is a type of external injury in which skin is torn, cut, or punctured due to any reason. The chronic, acuteness and healing of the wound depends on the doshas.
- The pain and swelling of the wound is – Vata Imbalance
- Burning sensation, infection (doshana) of blood and ulcer wounds – Pitta imbalance
- Accumulation and vitiation of fluid is – Kapha imbalance
What Are The Types Of External Wounds As Per Ayurveda?
- Patita – Is a type of wound in which organ gets separated from the body.
- Ghirshta – It is a type of wound in which there is oozing of fluid mixed with little blood associated with burning sensation.
- Avagadha – It is a type which is more severe than Ghirshta.
- Vicchinna – Severe than Avagadha.
- Pravilambi – Is a deep wound which gives injury to the bones.
- Viddha – Is a piercing type of wound.
- Bhinna – The Piercing wound of abdomen.
- Vidalita – Wound caused due to hitting, punching or crushing.
The Therapies Given For The Wounds As Per Ayurveda
- Vamana therapy – For wounds on the upper part of the body.
- Vierachana therapy – For wounds on the lower part of the body.
- Snehabasti (a type of Panchkarma) should be done with medicines mitigating vata dosha.
- Abhyang – Gentle massage.
- Swedana – Is the therapy given in the wounds with severe pain.
- Panchkarma therapies based on the imbalance of Doshas.
What Are The Types Of Wounds?
There are two types of wounds- Open and closed wound which depends on the acuteness and pressure of the injury.
Types Of Open Wound
- Incisions or incised wounds – Injury done by a clean, sharp-edged object such as a knife, razor, or glass splinter.
- Lacerations – Irregular tear-like wounds.
- Abrasions (grazes) – Wounds in which the topmost layer of the skin (the epidermis) is scraped off.
- Avulsions – A type of amputation where the extremity is pulled off rather than cut off.
- Puncture wounds – Wound due to the object puncturing the skin.
- Penetration wounds – Injury or wound caused by knife entering and coming out from the skin.
- Gunshot wounds – Injury due to bullet or wound by similar power into or through the body.
Types of Closed wounds have fewer categories, but are just as dangerous as open wounds:
- Hematomas (or blood tumor) – Blood to collect under the skin.
- Crush injury – It depends on the force applied over a long period of time.
What Should Be The First Aid Given For External And Open Wounds?
- Wash your hands
- Stop the bleeding
- Clean the wound
- Apply an antibiotic or petroleum jelly
- Cover the wound
- Change the dressing
- Get a tetanus shot
- Watch for signs of infection
What Is The Ayurvedic Concept About Wounds?
As per Ayurvedic texts wounds are called as a VRANA. The word Vrana is derived from Dhatu in Sanskrit grammar it is defined as Vru- vrunoti, vrunute. Vrut- varayat-khadayat-aacchadayat; which means to cover, to conceal and to envelope respectively.
Vrana according to Sushruta – Formations of the scar after tissue destruction can be either due to extrinsic factor (wound) or it can be due to intrinsic factor (ulcer). Sites, where Vrana occurs, is termed as Vrana Vastu or Vrana Adhishtana in Ayurveda. The wounds mainly depends on the body part which is categorized mainly under eight sites where it can occur viz – Twaka (skin), Mamsa (muscle), Sira (vessels), Snayu (ligaments), Sandhi (joints), Koshta (abdominal and thoracic viscera), Asthi (bones) and Marma (some vital parts of the body like brain).
Plant Ayurveda offers you an herbal and natural pack Wound Healing Pack – 1. Which is made with the combination of herbs which have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, analgesic, antibacterial, antiseptic, and antimicrobial properties which help in the healing of the wounds. These herbal medicines help in balancing the dosha as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha which are responsible for the healing of the wound.
1. Vran Rakshas Oil
It is an Ayurvedic herbal oil which is used in the treatment of boils, sinuses, and many skin diseases. This oil is used for external application. It contains herbal and mineral ingredients. Vran Rakshas oil also boosts the wound healing process.
2. Jatyadi Oil
It is a well-known Ayurvedic medicinal oil which is one of the oldest antiseptic oil used since ages. The oil is a formulation of herbs which have the healing properties. It is used for quick wound healing in blisters, sinuses, non-healing wounds, piles etc. This oil is used for external application. Balances Pitta and Kapha dosha.
3. Nirgundi Oil
Is an herbal Ayurvedic medicinal oil. It is very useful in the treatment of cysts and abscesses. It is also very useful in healing the non-healing wounds. Nirgundi oil has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties due to which it is used in the healing of wounds.
4. Recumin Gel
It is an herbal product with ingredients like Neem (Azadirachta indica), Jasmine (Jasminum officinale), Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Malkangini (Celastrus paniculata), Sesame (Sesamum indicum), Narikel (Cocos nucifera), and Jivanti (Leptadenia reticulata). This combination of herbs gives very good results in dermatitis, mucositis, diabetic feet, apthous ulcers, anal fissures, fistula, and gingivitis.
5. Natural Glow Powder
It is a multi-effective herbal face pack prepared with natural herbs. This powder is an herbal Ayurvedic product which is safe for use and has no side effects. It helps in enhancing skin texture, removing blemishes and improves skin color. Its ingredients are Chandan (Pterocarpus santalinus), Multani mitti (Fuller mud), Haridra (Curcuma longa), Cucumber seed (Cucumis sativus), Orange peel (Citrus sinensis) that gives effective result in healing wound.
6. Rose Toner
It’s an herbal toner which maintains the skin’s pH balance, and also controls excess oil. Rose toner has anti-inflammatory properties which reduce the redness of irritated skin, get rid of acne, dermatitis, and eczema. It also has antibacterial properties that aids in healing scars, cuts, and wounds.
What Are The Other Factors That Affects Wound Healing?
- Improper diet
- Infection at the wound site
- Insufficient oxygen supply and tissue perfusion to the wound area
- Elderly age
- Diabetes and other diseases conditions