The purpose of the survey was to bring a solution to the people suffering from chronic pain problems in the joints (bones) and facing side effects after consuming painkillers
Ayushakti recently released a research report on their Painmukti medicines. This study was initiated following institutional ethics committee approval and was conducted within a group of patients with chronic illness lasting more than 3 months.
The purpose of the survey was to bring a solution to the people suffering from chronic pain problems in the joints (bones) and facing side effects after consuming painkillers. Some of the side effects were gastric erosion, acidity, ulcer, fatal ulcer proliferation, and long side effects on the kidney and creating asthma.
The survey highlights the benefits of Painmukti medicinal series and helped in reducing the consumption of painkillers by 90% as well as helped in pain relief by 60%, having zero side effects. This led to an improved quality of life in terms of energy, happiness, improved sleep, increased mobility, and reduced anxiety in the group of patients.
Painmukti medicinal series contains ancient proven ayurvedic herbs like Nirgundi extract, Shunthi powder, Shallaki extract, Musta powder, Rasna extract, Punarnave extract, Ashwagandha, Shuddha guggul, and more natural beneficial herbs, which bring in ease and comfort to the human body from within.
Speaking about the survey and launch of the whitepaper, Dr. Smita Pankaj Naram, Co-Founder of Ayushakti, said, “Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Pain sensation can be of 2 main types: acute and chronic. People have been suffering from chronic pain problems for years now, our main aim with Painmukti medicines is to help people reduce intake of painkillers leading to side effects.”
“We at Ayushakti have always believed in removing the root cause of pain and making sure that each individual has a right to live a happy and healthy life”, she further added.
The study was conducted after obtaining permission from the Institutional Ethics Committee and took place over three months.