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Effective Herbal Remedies for Wounds

S. No. Products Quantity
1 Vran Rakshas Tel 1 Bottle (100ml)
2 Jatyadi Tailam 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)
7 Neem Capsules 2 Bottles (60 Capsules Each)
8 Curcumin Capsules 2 Bottles (60 Capsules Each)
9 Guggul Capsules 1 Bottle (60 Capsules)

About Wounds

A wound is any type of damage or breaks in the surface of the skin.

Wounds can be:

  • Accidental in nature – for example, burns, abrasions, paper cuts, skin tears.
  • Surgical in nature – for example, an incision to remove a diseased appendix.
  • It occurs because of underlying cause for example diabetic and vascular ulcers.
  • Some skin ailments may also develop into a wound for example eczema or Psoriasis.

Wounds Commonly Fall into Two Categories:

  • Acute
  • Chronic

Chronic wounds are acute wounds which have not progressed through the stages of healing normally. They take much time to heal and have a slow rate of healing. They heal only partially or reoccur after partial or complete healing in the process of healing. These chronic wounds are almost always associated with underlying chronic diseases that affect either the blood supply or cells function at the wound site. Wounds which take a long time to heal need special care during the process of healing. It is very important to not only treat the wound but also diagnose and address the underlying condition causing the wound to minimize the risk of further chronic wounds in the wound healing process.

Major Types of Chronic Wounds

Any acute wound can become chronic if the person has risk factors that impact on the wound healing process. However, there are many types of wounds that account for the majority of chronic wounds. These are:-

1. Pressure injuries

Pressure injuries are also known as bed sores, pressure sores or decubitus ulcers, these wounds occurs due to pressure and/or shearing force on the skin. These generally occur in people having limited mobility due to illness and/or frailty and are unable to regularly move all of their body to a different position. The points where pressure occur over the skin gets broken down and the resultant wounds range from superficial wounds to large deep wounds the depth of which may extend down to a bone.

2. Diabetic ulcers:

Ulcers generally start on the feet and are a result of changes which occur to nerves and circulation in the body caused by diabetes. There are three main types:

  • Neuropathic: in this due to lack of feeling in the foot so that e.g. a blister from new shoes can get easily infected and go unnoticed because of the lack of pain.
  • Ischemic: due to poor blood supply it is also called peripheral vascular disease.
  • Neuro-ischemic: due to a combination of both poor blood circulation and lack of feeling sensation in the foot.

Serious types of ulcers and infections, if left untreated or even with treatment, may lead to a minor (foot or toe) or major (below or above the knee) lower leg amputation.

Open wounds are of four tires, which are classified depending on their cause.


An abrasion is a type of wound occurs when our skin rubs against a rough or hard surface. Road rash is an example of an abrasion. There’s usually not a lot of bleeding, but the wound occurs due to it needs to be scrubbed and cleaned to avoid infection.


A laceration type of wound where deep cut or tearing of your skin occurs. Accidents which occurs due to knives, tools, and machinery are frequent causes of lacerations. In the case of deep lacerations, bleeding can be rapid and extensive.


A puncture is a small hole which is caused by a long, pointy object, such as a nail or needle. Sometimes, a bullet can cause a puncture wound.

Punctures will not cause much bleed, but these wounds can be deep enough to damage internal organs and give serious implications. If you have even a small puncture wound.


An avulsion is a type of wound where partial or complete tearing away of skin and the tissue beneath. Avulsions mostly occur during violent accidents, such as body-crushing accidents, explosions, and gunshots. They bleed heavily and rapidly.

Ayurvedic Aspects of Wounds

In Ayurvedic texts wounds or wounds due to injury are called as a VRANA. The word Vrana is derived from Dhatu in Sanskrit grammar it is described as Vru- vrunoti, vrunute. Vrut- varayat-khadayat-aacchadayat; it means to cover, to conceal and to envelope respectively.

In its pathology, there is consumption (destruction) of body tissue and formation of the scar after healing that remains for a lifetime is called as a Vrana. Definition of Vrana according to Sushruta is very broad. 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 occur, is termed as Vrana Vastu or Vrana Adhishtana in Ayurveda. These are mainly on basis of involvement of body structures which are categorized mainly under eight sites where it can occur viz – Twaka (skin), Mamsa (muscle), Sira (vessels), Snayu (ligaments), Asthi (bones), Sandhi (joints), Koshta (abdominal and thoracic viscera), and Marma (some vital parts of the body like brain).

Vrana are mainly of two types:-

  1. Nij
  2. Agantuj which are further classified in such sadhy, krichha sadhya, yapya

Herbal Remedies for Wounds by Planet Ayurveda

At Planet Ayurveda we are providing natural herbal products for wound healing in patients to cure it in a natural way. These medicines help in balancing affected dosha as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha and also removes toxins from the rakta and help in healing the wound. This pack which is described below is for wound healing process.

1. Vran Rakshas Tel

Vrana Rakshasa Taila is an Ayurvedic herbal oil which is used in the treatment of boils, sinuses, and many skin diseases. It is used for external application. It contains herbal and mineral ingredients. It also boost wound healing process.

Dosage:Vran Rakshas Oil, Jatyadi Oil, Nirgundi Oil and Recumin Gel – Mix all together and apply on affected area.

2. Jatayadi Tailam

This oil is an Ayurvedic medicinal oil prepared with herbs. It is used for quick wound healing in blisters, sinuses, non-healing wounds, piles etc. It is used for external application. Balances Pitta and Kapha.

Dosage:Vran Rakshas Oil, Jatyadi Oil, Nirgundi Oil and Recumin Gel – Mix all together and apply on affected area.

3. Nirgundi Oil

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.

Dosage:Vran Rakshas Oil, Jatyadi Oil, Nirgundi Oil and Recumin Gel – Mix all together and apply on affected area.

4. Recumin Gel

It is a herbal product with ingredients like neem (Azadirachta indica ), jasmin (Jasmin officinalis), guggul ( Commiphora mukul), malkangini (Celastrus paniculata), seesum (Sessum indicum), narikel (Cocus nucifera), jivanti (Leptadenia retculata). This combination of herbs gives very good results in dermatitis, mucositis, diabetic feet, apthous ulcers, anal fissures, fistula and gingivitis.

Dosage: Vran Rakshas Oil, Jatyadi Oil, Nirgundi Oil and Recumin Gel – Mix all together and apply on affected area.

5. Natural Glow Powder

It is a multi-effective herbal face pack prepared with natural herbs. It is an herbal Ayurvedic product which is safe for use and have no side effects. It helps in enhancing skin texture, removing blemishes and improves skin colour. Its ingredients are Chandan (Petrocarpus satalinus), multani mitti (fuller mud), Haridra (Curcuma longa), cucumber seed (Cucumis sativus), orange peel (Citrus cinesis).

Dosage: Natural Glow Powder and Rose Toner – Mix both & Wash affected area gently with warm water.

6. Rose Toner

Rosewater helps in maintaining the skin’s pH balance, and also controls excess oil. Rose water also has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce the redness of irritated skin, get rid of acne, dermatitis, and eczema. It also has antibacterial properties, it also aids in healing scars, cuts, and wounds.

Dosage: Rose Toner and Natural Glow Powder – Mix both & Wash affected area gently with warm water.

7. Neem Capsules

Neem or Azadirachta Indica has anti-bacterial, antifungal and blood purifying properties and also removes toxins from the body. Neem has a good effect in preventing skin problems and it keeps skin healthy and glowing. It also helps to regulate blood sugar and is useful for people suffering from diabetes.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times in a day with warm water after meals.

8. Curcumin Capsules

Curcumin is the main active ingredient which is found in turmeric. It has very powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is also a very strong antioxidant. Curcumin is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals. Curcumin Boosts Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor. Turmeric is helpful in Preventing (And Perhaps Even Treat) Cancer. Curcumin is also useful in Preventing and Treating Alzheimer’s disease. Arthritis Patients Respond Very Well to Curcumin Supplements.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times in a day with warm water after meals.

9. Guggul Capsules


Dosage: 1 capsule two times in a day with warm water after meals.

We at Planet Ayurveda prepare and offer a wide range of products for health- related issues and for the general wellbeing of health. Our products are 100% herbal and go through stringent tests to assure good results with no side effects. Our products are prepared under proper guidelines to serve people an efficient and healthy way.