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Cap V-Flame

Cap V-Flame

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Description and Benefits:

Modern lifestyle with less physical activities, poor food habit, and diet deficient in essential elements have impaired the digestion and metabolism in human leading to many disorders related to muscles and joints, for example, gouty arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, cervical spondylitis, lumbar spondylosis, ankylosing spondylitis, frozen shoulder, and others. The overall result is that humanity is now surrounded by a lot of chronic diseases and face many new diseases every year. Modern medicines alone are unable to find a reliable solution to the ever-increasing disease burden in human. Thus, more and more research works are now focusing on alternative medicines. Doubtlessly, Ayurveda is the oldest system of medicine in the world that can help us to counteract the current health problems.

V-Flame is a polyherbal formulation designed by VHCA Ayurveda. This combination has been developed after years of research by experienced Ayurvedic physicians and is manufactured in accordance with the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Guidelines.  V-Flame is very useful in the management of all types of muscular joint pains caused due to the accumulation of undigested food or “Ama” (toxic byproduct generated due to improper or incomplete digestion/metabolism) and impaired immunity. The herbs such as Rasna, Chitrak, and Sunthi have been reported to be very efficacious in removing “Ama” from the muscles and joints, which is one of the main causes of muscles & joints pain and many other chronic diseases. The herbs present in V-Flame also help in improving the digestion. The herbs like Triphala and Vidanga are well known for their ability to cure constipation and improve digestion/metabolism. The herbs present in V-Flame also exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic action, and thus, prevent the progressive degradation of connective tissues, reduce the permeability of the capillaries, and enhance the immunity. Evidence from different research studies indicate that the herbs present in V-Flame are useful in normalizing the increased level of uric acid. The herbs not only inhibit the pathogenesis but also provide symptomatic relief from the pain associated with the several diseases, such as Amavata (Rheumatoid arthritis [RA]), Vatarakta (Gouty Arthritis), Sandhigat vata (Osteoarthritis), Manyastambha (Cervical spondylitis), Avabahuk (Frozen shoulder), Gradhrasi (Sciatica), Kroshtuksheersha (Synovitis of knee joint), and others. Additionally, V-Flame is a polyherbal formulation with a better safety profile compared to the standard disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs.

Dosage:

The generally recommended dose of V-Flame is 2 capsules twice a day. Please consult your physician for an accurate assessment of dose according to your condition.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

Each capsule contains Extracts of:

Common Name (Latin Name)

Quantity

Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)

50mg

Ajamoda (Apium graveolens)

50mg

Triphala (Classical)

40mg

Nagarmotha (Cyperus scariosus)

30mg

Vidanga (Embelia ribes)

30mg

Rasna (Pluchea lancolata)

30mg

Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)

30mg

Sunthi (Zingiber officinale)

30mg

Mahayograj Guggul (Commiphora mukul)

100mg

Sagun (Tectona grandis)

30mg

Khurasani ajwain (Hyoscyamus niger)

30mg

Apamarg (Achyranthes aspera)

10mg

Yavakshar (Classical)

10mg

Harjat Pishti (Classical)

10mg

Shudh Shilajit (Asphaltum punjabianum)

10mg

What Research Says

What Research Says:

Apart from their mention in ancient Ayurvedic literature, multiple preclinical and clinical studies over the last few years have demonstrated the efficacy and safety of the herbs present in the V-Flame, individually as well as in combinations. Following are a few examples of such research studies:

  • A study involving 60 patients, majority being females aged between 50-60 years, with chronic osteoarthritis of more than 5 years duration revealed that a combination of herbs including Chitrak, Yavakshar, Giloy, and medicated enema (Brinhan Basti) alleviated the symptoms associated with the disease.
  • A study on a validated animal model found that Ajamoda has mild-to-moderate antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and diuretic properties. Ajamoda extracts significantly reduced the level of uric acid in both plasma and urine indicative of its antigout effect.
  • A clinical research study involved 45 patients with RA, who were treated with Chitrakadi Churna and Amvatari Rasa (polyherbal formulations containing Chitrak, Triphala, and Guggul) along with swedana therapy (induced perspiration). The results indicated that the treatment was as effective as the standard anti-rheumatic drug, diclofenac sodium.
  • Another study involving 20 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, who were treated with a combination of Ajmodadi Churna and Eranda Tail (castor oil), showed a significant improvement in the sign and symptoms of the disease.
  • An eight-week clinical trial was conducted that included 75 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, who were treated with a placebo, a standard drug, and a test formulation containing Mahayograj Guggul and Giloy as its chief ingredients. The study found that the analgesic effect of the test formulation was comparable to the standard anti-rheumatic drug, diclofenac sodium.
  • A study involving a validated animal model treated with Shilajit over a period of 5 months indicated that Shilajit is very effective in reducing arthritic pain and inflammation without exerting any side effects.
  • A study involved 20 patients with gouty arthritis, who were treated with ‘Guduchi Yoga’ (a polyherbal formulation with Giloy as the main active constituent) for 12 weeks. The results demonstrated a significant relief in the signs and symptoms of the disease in most of the participants along with a significant reduction in the serum uric acid level.

faq

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ):

Q: For how long should V-Flame be used for relief from joint pain?

A: Duration of treatment generally depends upon the severity of the disease and the patient’s condition. The recommended minimum duration of treatment for joint pain is 4-6 weeks. Please consult an Ayurvedic physician before starting or stopping the use of this preparation. It has been reported to be safe when used for longer duration and taken under medical supervision.

Q: What are the side effects associated with V-Flame?

A: V-Flame is an Ayurvedic preparation with no known side effects.

Q: Can I use V-Flame to improve the symptoms of both rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis?

A: Research on various ingredients of V-Flame has demonstrated that they are effective in improving the symptoms of both OA and RA.

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  1. wonder review by Charan Pratap on 10/21/2018
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    I am a 62-year-old man. I have retired from my service 4 years ago. During the last 2 years of my service, I developed pain in my knees. I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis. Initially, I responded well to pain-killers and physiotherapy, but with time, my pain got more severe. My X-ray reports started showing progressive joint deterioration. Then one of my friends suggested me to try an Ayurvedic treatment. I went to see an Ayurvedic physician who recommended me V-Flame along with some dietary and lifestyle changes. I followed his instructions religiously and started feeling an improvement within 4-6 weeks. Now after 6 months of treatment I am able to walk comfortably without any pain.

  2. Great Work review by Bharti Rani on 10/21/2018
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    I am a 48-years-old housewife. Two years ago, I encountered menopause and started having joint’s pain. A drop in my blood calcium level was diagnosed. As prescribed by my family doctor, I took calcium supplements and pain-killers, but they were not providing me a permanent relief from the pain. Then, I decided to consult an Ayurvedic physician upon advice from one of my friends. The Ayurvedic physician prescribed me V-Flame along with some other medications. I started feeling better within 6 weeks of the treatment recommended by the physician. After 6 months of regular treatment and lifestyle modifications, the pain subsided completely. Now after 2 years of the treatment, I do not need any medicine for pain relief.

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    iske nirantar pryog se mujhe bahut hi fyada hua ha mab mein bahut hi achha mehsus kr rha hun . Thanks VHCA . Aapkie dwara di gai medicine se mujeh bahut hia aaram mila hai.

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Reference

References:

  1. Singh Deepika et al. Clinical Evaluation of Therapeutic Effect of Amavatari Ras & Chitrakadi Churna Along with Swedan Therapy in Patients of Amavata Vis-À-Vis Rheumatoid Arthritis. Ijppr. Human, 2015; Vol. 2 (2): 107-122.
  2. Shivaprasad Huded, Sonia V Gummadi, Kuber Sankh, Asha H.N, Ashwini H.S, Lingadore K. Evaluation of guduchi yoga in the management of vatarakta (gouty arthritis): A Clinical study. Int. J. Res. Ayurveda Pharm., 2013; 4(5): 688-692.
  3. Mishra Pramod Kumar, Rai N.P. A clinical study on Ajmodadi churna and Eranda taila in the management of Amavata (Rheumatoid arthritis). Int. Res. J. Pharm., 2013; 4(6): 211-213.
  4. Manisha R. Sharma, Charmi S. Mehta, Dipali J. Shukla, Kalapi B. Patel, Manish V. Patel, Shiv Narayan Gupta. Multimodal Ayurvedic management for Sandhigatavata (Osteoarthritis of knee joints). Ayu, 2013; 34(1): 49-55.
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  6. Rajendra Prasad, Sangeeta. Guggulu preparations: Gold standards in the management of Joint disorders. Br J Med Health Res., 2016; 3(6): 65-73.
  7. K. L. Soeken, S. A. Miller, and E. Ernst. Herbal medicines for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review. Rheumatology, 2003; 42: 652-659.
  8. S. Lawley, RC Gupta, JT Goad, TD Canerdy, and SR Kalidindi. Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Arthritic Efcacy and Safety of Purifed Shilajit in Moderately Arthritic Dogs. Journal of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, 2013; 1(3): 1-6.
  9. Neha Lamba. A multidimensional Ayurvedic approach in management of Amavata: A case study. Int. J. Res. Ayurveda Pharm., 2017; 8 (1): 70-73.
  10. D.A. Mohamed and S.Y. Al-Okbi. EVALUATION OF ANTI-GOUT ACTIVITY OF SOME PLANT FOOD EXTRACTS. Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci., 2008; 58(3): 389-395.
  11. Nisar Ahmed, Faizana Nasreen, Sadique Husain, Shamshad Alam, Saleem Ahmed, Khaleequr Rahman. Evaluation of the analgesic activity of Tukhme Karafs (Apium graveolens Linn.) in swiss albino mice. Journal of Scientific and Innovative Research, 2015; 4(4): 172-174.
  12. Baldeep Kour. Ayurvedic Treatment for Osteoarthritis. International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 2017; 7(6): 00241.

 

 

 

 

Tag Line:

V-Flame – A faster solution to provide pain relief

V-flame – A safe option for all kinds of joint pains

Keywords:

V-Flame, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, chitrak, Plumbago zeylanica, Ajamoda, Apium graveolens, triphala, nagarmotha, Cyperus scariosus, vidanga, Embelia ribes, rasna, Pluchea lancolata, giloy, Tinospora cordifolia, Sunthi, Zingiber officinale, mahayograj guggul, Sagun, Tectona grandis, Khurasani ajwain, Hyoscyamus niger, Apamarg (Achyranthes aspera), yavakshar, harjat Pishti, shudh Shilajit

Do & Donts

Do’s (Preferred): Freshly cooked and warm food, soups of lentils, pulses, and meat with the addition of ginger and black pepper. Ghee and oils are good for providing lubrication and smooth functioning of the joints. Mild to moderate exercise is good in most of the cases.

Don’ts (Avoid): Dry, cold, and stale food; fried, sour, and pungent food should be avoided. Irregular sleeping habits; suppressing natural urges, such as the passing of urine or stool; exposure to excessive cold and dry weather should also be avoided. Intense exercise or significant physical activity may cause strain on the muscles/joints and may lead to an injury or may aggravate the disease.