Thazhuthaazhai is one of the popular herbs that is used in many natural medicine practices like Ayurveda and Sidha. Thazhuthaazhai, called as Punarnava in Sanskrit, is said to have its origin in India. The medicinal properties in this herb helps to treat many ailments – pain in body, internal body pain, body heat, eye disorders and diseases, itchiness, skin diseases, constipation and rheumatism.
This herb is commonly found in many places after rains. Once you learn to recognize the plant, you can see this almost everywhere. When there is no fresh leaf available, you can get thazhuthaazhai leaf powder in herbal shops. Now, this DIY explains how to use thazhuthaazhai to treat pain in the back of the head.
Pain, inside the head usually occurs, when water get collected internally. It can happen because of excessive sweating on the head, continuous water exposure on the head and when it is not dried off properly. When water gets collected inside the head, you will feel heaviness on the head, pain in the back of the head (internally) and sometimes dizziness. There are many over the counter medicines available to treat headache because of water inside the head, but natural remedy always works wonders (without side effects) when used regularly.
Benefits of Thazhuthaazhai: Thazhuthaazhai leaves are called ad Punarnava in Sanskrit. This popular herb is used in many natural medicines prepared in Ayurveda and Sidha. Thazhuthaazhai has rich anti-inflammatory properties in it, which reduces inflammation internally. It is diuretic in nature and helps to flush out harmful toxins. It is a natural laxative, body coolant and treats many eye and vision related issues. Thazhuthaazhai also treats skin rashes, inflammation on the skin and initial stages if leprosy.
The fresh thazhuthaazhai extract when used internally treats pain, reduces inflammation and adds to the general well being of the internal system.