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Bhargava Spondin Oral Spray 50 ML

Spondin Oral Spray is one of the most effective Medicine for neck pain. It is very helpful for numbness and stiffness in the neck back and shoulders. It's well known to work fast and renowned for its effect.

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What is neck pain?

Neck pain is a common medical condition that can affect people of all ages. The pain may be localized to the neck itself or may radiate to the shoulders, head, or arms. Neck pain can be acute, lasting for a short duration, or chronic, persisting for several weeks or even longer. It can be caused by various factors, including:

Muscle strain: Overuse, poor posture, or sudden forceful movements can strain the muscles and ligaments in the neck.

Injury: Accidents, such as whiplash from a car collision or a fall, can cause neck pain.

Degenerative diseases: Conditions like osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, and spinal stenosis can lead to neck pain.

Nerve compression: Herniated discs or bone spurs can put pressure on the nerves in the neck, causing pain and other symptoms.

Poor posture: Prolonged periods of sitting or standing with the head and neck in an awkward position can strain the neck muscles and lead to pain.

Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions like fibromyalgia, meningitis, or cancer can also cause neck pain, although these cases are less common.


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Why does Neck Pain occur?


Neck pain can occur due to a variety of factors, which can be broadly categorized as follows:

Muscle strain and tension: Prolonged periods of poor posture, such as slouching or cradling the phone between the ear and shoulder, can strain the neck muscles. Additionally, activities that require holding the neck in an awkward position for an extended period, such as using a computer or driving, can lead to muscle tension and pain.

Poor ergonomics postures: Using a poorly designed workstation, such as a desk or chair that does not support the natural curvature of the spine, can contribute to neck pain relief. Improper positioning of computer screens, keyboards, and mice can also strain the neck muscles and lead to discomfort.

Injury and trauma: Accidents, falls, and sports injuries can cause sudden and severe neck pain. Whiplash, a common injury in car accidents, occurs when the head is forcefully jerked backward and then forward, leading to strain in the neck muscles and ligaments.

Degenerative conditions: Degenerative changes in the spine, such as osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, and spinal stenosis, can cause neck pain. These conditions often result from the natural aging process, leading to the gradual breakdown of the spine's structures and potentially causing pain and discomfort.

Nerve compression: Herniated discs, bone spurs, or other abnormalities in the spine can put pressure on the nerves, leading to pain, numbness, and tingling sensations that may radiate from the neck down to the arms or hands.

Medical conditions: Certain underlying medical conditions, such as fibromyalgia, meningitis, rheumatoid arthritis, or cancer, can also lead to neck pain, although these cases are less common.

What are the Symptoms of Neck Pain (Cervical Pain)?

Neck pain, or cervical pain, can manifest with various symptoms that can vary in intensity and duration. Some common symptoms associated with neck pain include:

Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain: Discomfort or pain in the neck region, which can range from a mild, dull ache to a sharp, stabbing sensation. The pain may be localized to the neck or may radiate to the shoulders, arms, or head.

Stiff neck: Reduced range of motion in the neck, making it difficult to move the head from side to side or up and down. Stiffness in the neck can be particularly prominent in the morning or after prolonged periods of inactivity.

Headaches: Tension headaches or migraines can be triggered by muscle tension and nerve irritation in the neck. The pain from the neck can radiate upward, causing headaches that are typically felt at the back of the head or in the temples.

Muscle spasms: Involuntary contractions of the neck muscles can lead to sudden, painful tightening sensations in the back of the neck area. Muscle spasms can further contribute to stiffness and limited range of motion.

Numbness or tingling: Compression of nerves in the neck can cause numbness, tingling, or a pins-and-needles sensation that radiates down the arms or into the hands. This symptom is often indicative of nerve involvement in cases such as cervical radiculopathy.

Weakness: Weakened grip strength or difficulty in lifting or holding objects can occur when nerves in the neck are affected, leading to muscle weakness in the arms or hands.

Reduced Movement: Decreased flexibility in the neck can make it challenging to perform daily activities that involve turning the head, such as driving, working, or exercising.

How is neck pain managed or treated?

Neck pain can be effectively managed through a combination of self-care strategies, lifestyle modifications, and medical treatment. The specific management approach may vary depending on the underlying cause, severity of symptoms, and individual circumstances. Here are some common methods for managing neck pain.

Lifestyle modifications-

Maintain good posture: Practice proper posture to reduce strain on your neck and spine during daily activities.

Ergonomic adjustments: Make necessary ergonomic adjustments to your workspace, such as adjusting the height of your chair and computer screen to promote proper posture.

Regular exercise: Engage in regular physical activity to strengthen your muscles and improve overall neck flexibility and posture.

Self-care measures-

Rest: Avoid activities that worsen the pain and allow your neck muscles to rest and recover.

Heat or cold therapy: Apply a heating pad or ice pack to the affected area to help reduce inflammation and alleviate muscle tension.

Using Spondin oral spray- It is convenient and portable option for pain management therapy. Spondin is a proven neck pain spray and cervical spondylosis medicine. Increases Anti-Oxidant Levels. It is best neck pain medicine in the market. 

  • Clinically Proven

  • Effective Long-Lasting Relief

  • Trusted No. 1 Brand

  • Well Tolerated

  • It is sugar free & diabetic patient can also use it.

  • Consist of No Calories or Sugar

  • Does not trigger Insulin

  • Best for Children & suitable for all age groups

  • Best Cervical Pain Spray

How does Spondin spray work on the body?

The answer lies in the 7 powerful herbs present in Spondin oral spray. Best neck pain spray to cater to cervical pain are:

  • Colocynthis vulgaris 4X – Decreases pain in Neck & Back Movements

  • Hypericum perforatum 5X – Relieves compressed nerves & decreases pain in Neck

  • Conium maculatum 4X – Decreases the dorsal pain between the shoulder blades

  • Ledum palustre 4X – Effective for Back stiffness due to long period of inactivity  

  • Dulcamara 4X – Relieves stiffness in neck & decreases pain in the shoulder & Arms, especially during change in weather.

  • Ruta graveolens 6X – Decreases the physical discomfort of spasms

  • Cuprum metallicum 4X – Calms twitching of muscles back – connected to neck.

  • Aqueous Base (Demineralized Water) - Using Water free of ions causes no harm & using it under the tongue makes medicine transportation easier and effective.

  • FDA approved Artificial sweetening agent is added to enhance the taste and refreshing feel in mouth.

How long does neck pain take to heal?

The healing time for neck pain can vary significantly depending on the underlying cause, the severity of the condition, and the effectiveness of the treatment. In many cases, acute neck pain resulting from muscle strain or minor injuries can resolve within a few days to a few weeks with appropriate self-care and conservative treatments.

However, more severe or chronic cases of neck pain may require a longer healing process and comprehensive management plan.

It's important to note that individual healing times can vary, and some individuals may require longer periods to recover fully from neck pain, particularly if the condition is chronic or if there are underlying medical issues.

How can I prevent neck pain?

Preventing neck pain often involves making lifestyle adjustments and practicing good habits that promote neck and spine health.

Maintain good posture: Be conscious of your posture, especially when sitting and standing. Keep your back straight, shoulders back, and head aligned with your spine. Avoid slouching the neck forward.

Ergonomic workspace: Ensure that your workstation is ergonomically designed to support good posture. Adjust your chair, desk, and computer screen to appropriate heights to minimize strain on your neck and back.

Take regular breaks: If you work at a desk or computer for extended periods, take frequent breaks to stretch and change your sitting position. Incorporate simple neck and shoulder stretches into your routine to relieve muscle tension.

Use a supportive pillow: Choose a pillow that supports the natural curve of your neck while sleeping. A pillow that is too high or too flat can strain your neck muscles and contribute to neck pain relief .

Exercise regularly: Engage in regular physical activity to strengthen the muscles that support your neck and spine. Incorporate exercises that improve flexibility and promote good posture, such as yoga, Pilates, or gentle stretching routines.

Lift properly: When lifting heavy objects, use proper lifting techniques to avoid straining your neck and back. Bend your knees, keep the object close to your body, and avoid twisting your spine while lifting.

Avoid prolonged phone use: Minimize the time spent cradling the phone between your ear and shoulder, as this can strain the muscles in your neck. Use a hands-free device or speakerphone instead.

Manage stress: Stress can contribute to muscle tension and exacerbate neck pain. Practice stress-reduction techniques such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, or relaxation techniques to alleviate muscle tension and promote overall well-being.

Maintain a healthy weight: Excess weight can strain your neck and back muscles, leading to pain and discomfort. Maintain a healthy weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise.


Adult : 1-2 Oral Sprays 3 times a day.

Frequently Asked Question

Is Bhargava Spondin Oral Spray 50 ML safe to take with other medicines?

Bhargava Spondin Oral Spray 50 ML are fast, safe and effective. There are no side effects and no known reactions with other drugs. In addition they are non-habit forming and have no contraindications.

How long do I need to use Bhargava Spondin Oral Spray 50 ML before I see improvement of my conditions?

It depends on the severity, duration of the symptoms and also how your body is responding to the medicine. Maximum use it for 8 weeks and you should see the positive effect.

After my symptoms have passed, should I continue to take the medicine?

It is wise to continue a lighter dose after the symptoms have passed. Generally, the longer you had the problem, the longer you should take this product after symptoms have passed. This will help assure a more complete recovery. This continued dosage can vary from 2 times a day to 2 times a week for a week to perhaps several months depending on the length and severity of the problem.

I have never taken homeopathic medicine before. Would it be safe to take Bhargava Spondin Oral Spray 50 ML?

Homeopathic medicines are 100% natural and are absolutely safe to consume. These does not have any side effect.

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