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Ayurveda is the oldest healing science. Over the years, this science has been studied upon and used by humans for the cure of various diseases and to maintain a balanced, healthy life. We, at Charak Pharma, bring to you the goodness of Ayurveda for a better, healthy living.

Charak Pharma, a pioneer in manufacturing quality ayurvedic medicine to promote health for more than 70 years, has put together scientific expertise and ayurvedic wisdom to develop a complete joint care supplement, GO365 Nutra which helps to improve joint functionality, flexibility, and health and GO365 Ointment that provides quick relief from joint pain and muscle aches.


Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints due to ageing, abnormal metabolism, infections, and immune dysfunction. It leads to pain and stiffness that can worsen with age. It is of multiple types and the
symptoms vary accordingly. Pain in joints, swelling, tenderness, stiffness, and restriction in joint movement are the general symptoms of arthritis. Osteoarthritis involves degeneration of the protective cartilage that
cushions the end of your bones. Primary Osteoarthritis mostly occurs due to ageing and causes pain and swelling. It is mostly caused due to degeneration of cartilage related to ageing. The damage to the cartilage can be
due to repetitive use of joints over the years. Secondary osteoarthritis is caused due to other conditions like obesity, diabetes, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, congenital joint deformity, repeated trauma, or surgery. WHO
estimates that 70 million Indians suffer from Osteoarthritis. Approximately 5 out of 100 people are affected.

Joint pain refers to discomfort, aches, and soreness in any of the body’s joints. Joint pain is a common complaint and may be the result of an illness or injury. Arthritis is also a common cause of joint pain. However, it
can also be due to other conditions or factors. What causes joint pain? Arthritis: One of the most common causes of joint pain is arthritis. The two main forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis
(RA). OA is most common in adults over age 50; and progresses slowly and tends to affect commonly used joints like the wrists, hands, hips and knees. Joint pain due to OA results from a breakdown of the cartilage that serves
as a cushion and shock absorber for the joints. The second form of arthritis, RA, can deform and weaken the joints over time. RA causes pain, inflammation, and fluid buildup in the joints as the body’s immune system attacks
the membrane that lines the joints. Other causes of joint pain are bursitis or inflammation of the cushioning pads around joints, gout, a breakdown of the cartilage in the kneecap, an injury, tendinitis or inflammation of
the tendon, an infection of the bone or joint, overuse of a joint, cancer, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, rickets to name a few. Symptoms of arthritis are: • Joint tenderness/pain • Joint swelling • Joint stiffness • Difficulty
in movement of the joint Muscle ache or pain: One may experience sprains and muscular pains while doing everyday tasks like doing household chores, exercising, lifting heavy objects, wrong sleeping/seating postures,
arthritis pain, etc. Causes of muscle pain: • Any injury or trauma causing sprain • Overusing muscles • Stress or tension • Excessive exercise

In some cases, your joint pain will require you to see a doctor. You should make an appointment if you do not know the cause of your joint pain and are experiencing other unexplained symptoms. You should also see a
doctor if: • the area around the joint is swollen, red, tender, or warm to the touch • the pain persists for three days or more • the joint is immobile • you have a fever but no other signs of the flu

Q: What precautions are to be taken during Arthritis?
A: A balance of healthy diet and certain lifestyle changes like low impact exercise, maintenance of a healthy weight, adequate sleep can help delay degeneration of joint in arthritis.

Q: At what age do people commonly suffer from Osteoarthritis?
A: The onset of osteoarthritis occurs usually in the 50’s but even younger people can get osteoarthritis due to joint injury or overuse of joints.

Q: What is the recommended dosage of GO365 Nutra?
A: Take 1 tablet 3 times a day, once symptoms like joint pain and stiffness reduce, you can continue with 1 tablet twice daily. For best/optimum result, minimum
1-month of use in correct dosage is recommended.

Ayurveda is the oldest healing science. Over the years, this science has been studied upon and used by humans for the cure of various diseases and to maintain a balanced, healthy life. We, at Charak Pharma, bring to you the goodness of Ayurveda for a better, healthy living.

Charak Pharma, a pioneer in manufacturing quality ayurvedic medicine to promote health for more than 70 years, has put together scientific expertise and ayurvedic wisdom to develop a complete joint care supplement, GO365 Nutra which helps to improve joint functionality, flexibility, and health and GO365 Ointment that provides quick relief from joint pain and muscle aches.


Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints due to ageing, abnormal metabolism, infections, and immune dysfunction. It leads to pain and stiffness that can worsen with age. It is of multiple types and the
symptoms vary accordingly. Pain in joints, swelling, tenderness, stiffness, and restriction in joint movement are the general symptoms of arthritis. Osteoarthritis involves degeneration of the protective cartilage that
cushions the end of your bones. Primary Osteoarthritis mostly occurs due to ageing and causes pain and swelling. It is mostly caused due to degeneration of cartilage related to ageing. The damage to the cartilage can be
due to repetitive use of joints over the years. Secondary osteoarthritis is caused due to other conditions like obesity, diabetes, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, congenital joint deformity, repeated trauma, or surgery. WHO
estimates that 70 million Indians suffer from Osteoarthritis. Approximately 5 out of 100 people are affected.

Joint pain refers to discomfort, aches, and soreness in any of the body’s joints. Joint pain is a common complaint and may be the result of an illness or injury. Arthritis is also a common cause of joint pain. However, it
can also be due to other conditions or factors. What causes joint pain? Arthritis: One of the most common causes of joint pain is arthritis. The two main forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis
(RA). OA is most common in adults over age 50; and progresses slowly and tends to affect commonly used joints like the wrists, hands, hips and knees. Joint pain due to OA results from a breakdown of the cartilage that serves
as a cushion and shock absorber for the joints. The second form of arthritis, RA, can deform and weaken the joints over time. RA causes pain, inflammation, and fluid buildup in the joints as the body’s immune system attacks
the membrane that lines the joints. Other causes of joint pain are bursitis or inflammation of the cushioning pads around joints, gout, a breakdown of the cartilage in the kneecap, an injury, tendinitis or inflammation of
the tendon, an infection of the bone or joint, overuse of a joint, cancer, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, rickets to name a few. Symptoms of arthritis are: • Joint tenderness/pain • Joint swelling • Joint stiffness • Difficulty
in movement of the joint Muscle ache or pain: One may experience sprains and muscular pains while doing everyday tasks like doing household chores, exercising, lifting heavy objects, wrong sleeping/seating postures,
arthritis pain, etc. Causes of muscle pain: • Any injury or trauma causing sprain • Overusing muscles • Stress or tension • Excessive exercise

In some cases, your joint pain will require you to see a doctor. You should make an appointment if you do not know the cause of your joint pain and are experiencing other unexplained symptoms. You should also see a
doctor if: • the area around the joint is swollen, red, tender, or warm to the touch • the pain persists for three days or more • the joint is immobile • you have a fever but no other signs of the flu

Q: What precautions are to be taken during Arthritis?
A: A balance of healthy diet and certain lifestyle changes like low impact exercise, maintenance of a healthy weight, adequate sleep can help delay degeneration of joint in arthritis.

Q: At what age do people commonly suffer from Osteoarthritis?
A: The onset of osteoarthritis occurs usually in the 50’s but even younger people can get osteoarthritis due to joint injury or overuse of joints.

Q: What is the recommended dosage of GO365 Nutra?
A: Take 1 tablet 3 times a day, once symptoms like joint pain and stiffness reduce, you can continue with 1 tablet twice daily. For best/optimum result, minimum
1-month of use in correct dosage is recommended.

Sale GO365 Nutra tablet

GO365 Nutra Tablet

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Sale GO365 Ointment for muscular pains

GO365 Ointment

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