Neurological Disorder


Ayurveda has the right solutions to manage problems like neurogenic pain and diabetic neuropathy with its natural solutions and medicines. Today, people look for holistic treatments for illness, hence they tend to seek Ayurvedic treatments, which are holistic healing practices and Ayurvedic medicines are herbal based with no or fewer side effects.


Neurogenic pain 

Neurogenic pain arises from the nervous system. It is the pain that occurs because of the peripheral nervous system dysfunction. Neurogenic pain can happen due to nerve damage or from a lesion in the central nervous system, such as thalamic pain after stroke, or stemming from loss or interruption of sensory nerve fibre transmissions.


Other common causes of neuropathic pain are nerve pressure or nerve damage due to a surgery or trauma, viral infections, cancer, vascular malformations, alcoholism, neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis and metabolic conditions such as diabetes. 


Diabetic neuropathy 

Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that occurs if you suffer from diabetes. High blood sugar (glucose) can damage nerves. Diabetic neuropathy usually damages nerves in your legs and feet.


Diabetic neuropathy symptoms are pain, numbness and tickling sensation, sharp pains or cramps, feet to problems with the digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels and heart are quite common. For some people, diabetic neuropathy can be quite painful and disabling.


Peripheral neuropathy, the most common type of diabetic neuropathy, affects the feet and legs first, followed by the hands and arms. Autonomic neuropathy occurs when diabetes affects nerves in the heart, bladder, stomach, intestines, sex organs and eyes. Proximal neuropathy damages nerves in the thighs, hips, buttocks or legs. It can also affect the abdominal and chest area. Mononeuropathy refers to damage to a specific nerve. It can lead to vision problems, paralysis on one side of your face, numbness or tingling in your hand or fingers, except your little finger. 


Ayurveda’s approach to diabetic neuropathy 


According to Ayurveda, the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy like paraesthesia, pain and tingling sensation are indicating involvement of Vata dosha. Whereas burning sensation is because of vitiation of Pitta. Hence drugs pacifying Vata and Pitta doshas are useful in the treatment of diabetic neuropathy.


Ayurveda approaches the problem by increasing the natural healing ability of the body. Usually a healing plan with detoxification therapies followed by rejuvenation therapies is carried out. The detoxification therapies flush out the toxins. The rejuvenation therapies nourish the body and bring the functional elements back to balance and regenerate the body. 


Green Remedies’ solution 


Nuro XT capsule is an Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Green Remedies Ayurvedic Medicine Division, which is in Ayurvedic medicinal science for the last two generations. This Ayurvedic medicine is mainly used to treat neurogenic pain, diabetic neuropathy, neurological conditions of different etiologies, sciatica, intervertebral disc prolapse, etc.


Green Remedies Ayurvedic Medicine Division makes about 150 medicines in the form of churna, rasayan, paak-awleh and swanubhoot yoga. 




Nuro XT capsule ingredients

Nuro XT capsule is a herbomineral preparation, which consists of various medicines like Vata Gajankush and Maha Vata Vidhwansa Ras. These make it an effective medicine. 


Each capsule contains the following ingredients:

Ekangaveera Rasa (80 mg) — It is used to treat paralysis, sciatica, facial palsy, etc.

Maha Vata Vidhvamsana Rasa (80 mg) — It is used to treat Vata disorders, neuralgia, aches and pains, abdominal colic, bloating, epilepsy, etc.

Vatkulantaka Rasa (80 mg) –It is used to treat epilepsy, paralysis, facial palsy, lumbar and cervical spondylosis.

Vata Gajankusha Rasa (80 mg) – It is used to treat sciatica, paralysis, brachialgia, spondylosis, arthritis, thigh muscle stiffness and cramps.

Bala – Sida cordifolia (80 mg)

Shudda Shilajitu (80 mg)



You can take 1 or 2 capsules twice or thrice a day. It is strictly advised to consult an Ayurvedic doctor before taking the medicine.


How long to take

This medicine can be taken for a period of 6 to 8 weeks as per your doctor’s advice. After that, usually, the dose is gradually reduced and the medicine is stopped in the next 6 weeks of time.


Side effects of Nuro XT capsule

There are no recorded side effects of this medicine as it is usually prescribed in a lower dose for pregnant women or lactating mothers. However, your doctor will describe in details about its dose during pregnancy. The capsules should be stored in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight.

Nuro XT is not an OTC product. It should be consumed only after doctor’s advice. This is only for information

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