GT Capsule - Kerala Ayurveda

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Product Vendor: Kerala Ayurveda

Product SKU: AK-KA001A

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GT Capsule is an effective solution that helps in treating bone-related problems such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis along with skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. This medicine is helpful for the treatment of ulcers that are unable to get healed through other methods and is considered a powerful Ayurvedic supportive medicine in the treatment of ulcers. GT Capsules are the perfect Ayurvedic medicine for bone strength as they help to strengthen bones and balance doshas.

GT Capsule is as effective as the popular gulguluthikthakam ghritham.

Gulguluthikthakam ghritham is usually difficult for people to consume which is why GT Capsule was created. It comes in a capsule form that is easy to take. The benefit of taking this medicine is that it does not provide any type of gastric irritation when you take it. GT Capsule is given the name power capsules because they can help heal degenerative diseases that affect a large part of the Indian population. GT Capsule by Kerala Ayurveda helps in strengthening and development of bones.

A Closer Look at The Ingredients in GT Capsule:

Each GT Capsule is formulated with potent ingredients which makes it a natural means to help reduce inflammation. The following are some of the ingredients that are included in each GT Capsule and how each helps to heal your bone problems and skin issues. These ingredients make it a great ayurvedic medicine for inflammation and bone strength.


  • Helps treat vata disorders
  • Has strong antioxidant properties
  • Anti-rheumatic
  • Helpful blood detoxifier


  • Helpful for treating skin diseases
  • Supports in treating ulcers
  • Powerful antiseptic ingredient
  • Contains anti-inflammatory properties


  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Provides aid in treating chronic skin disorders
  • Helps boosts the immune system from within
  • Helps alleviate allergies
  • Helps ease pain associated with gout, rheumatic arthritis and inflammation


  • Helps reduce pain
  • Helps decrease joint pain and swelling
  • Helps manage chronic skin issues
  • Helps decrease oxidative stress
  • Helps decrease inflammation

Shudha Gulgulu

  • Provides aid in decreasing osteoarthritis symptoms
  • Helps in the healing of ulcers
  • Helps maintain a healthy level of cholesterol


  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Helps control levels of cholesterol

Joint pain and joint-related problems affect over 50% of the population today. As desk jobs are increasing and levels of movement are decreasing, there has been a consistent rise in bone-related problems, especially in India. These joint and bone problems include osteoarthritis and osteoporosis among others. Another problem that is rising at a sharp rate is skin issues such as eczema and psoriasis. Degenerative diseases are another set of diseases that are affecting the Indian population on a daily basis. Changes in lifestyle and an increase in stress are two of the factors that are causing multiple problems.

Causes of Joint Pain, Skin Problems, and Hyperlipidemia:

The major causes of joint pain, skin problems, and hyperlipidemia are as follows.

Osteoarthritis is the most popular type of joint pain. It can be caused due to your genes, injury, and obesity. If you are overusing a joint more than normal then you can develop osteoarthritis. For example, if your job requires you to use your knee a lot then there is a chance of you developing osteoarthritis of the knee joint. Other diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis can cause osteoarthritis as well.

Osteoporosis is the thinning of the bones. Women who suffer from osteoporosis usually have a low level of estrogen. For men, osteoporosis occurs because of low levels of testosterone. Lack of calcium is often associated with an increased risk of osteoporosis. One of the other major causes of osteoporosis is lack of vitamin D; deficiency in the vitamin can cause bones to become weaker. Some of the other causes of osteoporosis are other medical conditions, drinking alcohol, smoking, certain medicines, and thyroid conditions. A sedentary lifestyle causes osteoporosis too.

Eczema’s causes are not clearly understood at present. However, research shows that your body’s overactive response to something that is irritating your immune system can be the major cause. People who have a history of asthma or allergies in their families are more likely to suffer from eczema. The cause can vary from person to person. Some people can get eczema when their skin comes in contact with some particular substances. While for others extreme conditions can cause a flare-up of eczema. Eczema can get triggered due to household products too.

Psoriasis is a skin disorder that has no known cause at present. But researchers believe that it is caused when your immune system attacks healthy cells in your body by mistake. This can be caused due to the environment. Your genes can play a role in this as well. Certain triggers can make the problem get worse rather than better. For example, for some people, vitamin D deficiency makes psoriasis worse. For others, medications can trigger psoriasis and cause it to get worse over time until proper treatment is given.

Hyperlipidemia can be caused by your genetics. You might get it because your parents had it. A poor diet can cause hyperlipidemia. You are at a high risk of developing hyperlipidemia if you have premature menopause, diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome, have an underactive thyroid gland or drink alcohol. You are at a higher risk if you take certain types of medications such as steroids or hormone medicines. If you have a sedentary lifestyle then it can cause you to develop hyperlipidemia as well.

Ayurveda’s Take On Joint Care:

There are seven types of tissues that your body has in Ayurveda and each is called a dhatu. A dhatu is essentially the body’s structure. All seven structures make up the complete body. One of the tissues is the bone tissue and it is the fifth tissue known as the asthi dhatu. You experience a problem in your body when there is an imbalance. If there is an imbalance with one or more pitta, kapha, or vata then you experience body problems such as skin problems or bone problems. When you know which is the imbalanced dosha then, you can apply the strategy accordingly.

When there is an excess of vata then the joints are more prone to breaking. This is because they become dry which makes them more prone to make noise when you move. You will experience tenderness at a particular point when there is vata related imbalance in your body. Excess of vata causes rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. When there is pitta imbalance, then you will experience inflammation and swelling in your joints. Oftentimes, your joints will appear to be red and they may be hot to touch.

An imbalance in pitta is also characterized by a sharp pain in your joint even when you are not moving too much and it can cause skin irritations as well. You will feel like joint pain is always present even when you are sitting down. Kapha imbalance is when you experience stiffness in your joints accompanied by swelling. This is more often experienced in the morning time. Over time as you move and go about your day you might notice that you feel better and the pain may subside eventually. Sometimes when you are experiencing joint pain, you might notice that the particular joint feels cold.

When you have vata imbalance, you should start to eat foods such as fennel, turmeric, nutmeg, cardamom, saffron, ginger, garlic, and cumin. Ayurveda states that people who have vata imbalance should stay away from strong tastes. You should drink herbal teas and warm water. You can massage your joints with warm oils such as castor oil to feel relief. You can add mediation, exercise, and yoga in your daily routine as well to balance vata. Pranayams such as kapalbhati, nadi shodhana and bhramari are beneficial for people who have vata imbalance as it can help them feel better.

When there is pitta imbalance then you can follow a pitta-pacifying diet that will benefit you. You should start to consume foods that give you energy. Some examples of these types of foods are turmeric, fresh basil, coriander, and cumin. You should add foods that taste bitter and sweet. You should stay away from sour foods. Massaging your joints with coconut oil or castor oil does wonders and so does placing a block of ice on the joint. This helps to reduce inflammation. You can add light exercises and pranayama such as bhramar, sheetali, and kapalbhati.

If there is kapha imbalance then you should ensure that you are careful about the foods that you eat. You should eat foods that are easy for you to digest. You can have spices such as paprika, asafetida, cloves, cayenne, fennel, and basil. You should stay away from sour, sweets and foods that have an excess of salt. You should start intense exercising such as martial arts and aerobic exercises. You can do pranayama such as nadi shodhana, bhastrika, and kapalbhati daily as this help to alleviate joint pain.

Ayurveda states that changes in your diet and lifestyle can help you to get rid of any type of problem. Rather than wait for the problem to get bigger, you must take preventative measures so that the problem doesn’t exist, to begin with. The measures you can take are to get a restful sleep every night, eat proper meals daily, and keep stress at bay. You must create a routine that makes it easy for you to follow your schedule and to stay relaxed. Enjoying and being present in the moment is what Ayurveda is about.

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