SPINETONE - Herbal oil for external (scalp) use


  1. Cervical Spondylosis
  2. Lumbar Spondylosis
  3. Thoracic Spondylosis
  4. Osteoarthritis (Knee, hip, shoulder etc,)
  5. Spondylotic radiculopathy (Upper or lower limbs)
  6. Shoulder hand syndrome / Frozen shoulder.
  7. Sciatica
  8. Intervertebral disc herniation / Prolapse.
  9. Lumbago (Ligament injury / Sprain or strain heals well)
  10. Osteophytes - Bones and Ligaments (Dissolves easily).
  11. Tenosynovitis (Achilles / Dorsal feet tendon synovitis).
  12. Carpel tunnel syndrome (Wrist-fingers numbness / Weakness).
  13. Cranial arteritis (Temporal arteritis - painful and tender scalp).

How it works

The anti-inflammatory and analgesic ingredients in the SPINTONE are easily absorbed through the scalp skin, carried through lymphatics along the perivertebral and intra vertebral region. It provides decongestive effect in the inflamed spondylotic area and reverses the impingement of the nerves due to osteophytes. This also helps decongestive effects to both spinal cord and the nerve roots. The ligaments, cartilage and bones are regenerated. All these changes result in relieving of entrapped nerve roots and compressed spinal cord. SPINTONE helps to move the neck and low-back easily.


SPINETONE is natural herbal oil without any chemicals or preservatives for application in the scalp for Cervical Spondylosis, Muscle Spasms, Neck pain and stiffness. It is an Ayurvedic preparation that has been used for more than 250 years. SPINETONE has been used for generations and by thousands of people. This is a formula derived and time tested by Chavarcode Ayurvedic physicians.

Cervical spondylosis is a common degenerative condition of the cervical and lumbar spine that most likely is caused by age-related changes in the intervertebral joints and disks. Clinically, several syndromes, both overlapping and distinct, are seen: neck and shoulder pain, suboccipital pain and headache, radicular symptoms in hands and legs, and spondylotic myelopathy. As disk degeneration occurs, mechanical stresses result in osteophytic bars, which form along the ventral aspect of the spinal canal.

Frequently, associated degenerative changes in the facet joints, hypertrophy of the ligamentum flavum, and ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament occur. All can contribute to impingement on pain-sensitive nerve roots and spinal cord, thus creating various clinical syndromes. However, only a small percentage of patients with radiographic evidence of spinal spondylosis are symptomatic.

Cervical spondylosis can lead to chronic pain and stiffness in the neck that may also radiate to the upper extremities (radiculopathy).

  • Neck pain and stiffness may be worse with upright activity.
  • You may have numbness and weakness in the arms, hands and fingers, and trouble walking due to weakness in the legs.
  • You may feel or hear grinding or popping in the neck when you move.
  • Muscle spasms or headaches may originate in the neck.

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