Saturday, 29 February 2020

AYURVEDIC TREATMENT FOR PILES


AYURVEDIC TREATMENT FOR PILES

              Piles is a cushion of tissue i.e. full of blood vessels and elastic fibers. It can be of various sizes and are found interior the anus. There are some common symptoms of piles such as blood discharge, excessive itching in the anal region and pain during defecating. In bulk of the cases, piles are triggered by constipation without proper treatment, the condition will deteriorate. 
           So, if you already go through for self medication and tried some home remedies that have failed then you must try an Ayurvedic treatment for piles. It gives the better results in your condition when used along with a healthy diet and healthy life style or exercise. Ayurvedic treatment aims to remove the constipation and pain associated with. It gives you a permanent relief in just a few weeks. Over time, symptoms will go away.

AYURVEDIC TREATMENT FOR PILES:-

Piles is a very common and critical problem. Many of people having this problem. Ayurveda provide traditional and natural treatment without any surgical intervention of this problem. There are many of Ayurvedic treatment for piles available in Ayurveda.



1.  Haritaki-

Haritaki is an herb that contains anti-inflammatory & anti-bacterial properties. Paste of haritaki is very useful in piles because it helps to reduce the inflammation , swelling and the risk of skin infections. This is so potent and has been more effective on some bacteria rather than other so, can be applied 2-3 times daily.

2.  Aloe-Vera-

Aloe Vera has been used historically that’s why it is an excellent choice in Ayurvedic treatment for piles and very beneficial for those who suffer from constipation and other digestion related issues. It contains antiseptic , anti-inflammatory, rejuvenating, soothing, healing and laxative properties that get relief from digestive track problems.

3.  Shatavari -

Shatvari is one of the best Ayurvedic treatment for piles. It treats of stomach ulcers and gastrointestinal disorders also. It is also used for reduces the internal hit and washing the external wounds. Shatavari helps to protect the entire digestive system and also increase the immunity.

4.  Daruharidra-

Daruharidra is a very effective natural herb that contains various properties such as it heals the wounds quickly i.e. occurs in piles. This herb is used externally to reduce inflammation and pain. The fruit of this herb helps to stimulate the digestive fire and cure spasmodic pain.

5.  Amaltas-

Amaltas is considered as a very beautiful tree and have been used for many medicinal purposes since ancient times. The seeds of amaltas have cathartic properties. Leaves of amaltas can effectively provide relief from skin irritation, pain and swelling.

6.  Jimikand-

Jimikandis is a natural herb. It is generally used for the treatment of piles. It is balance your digestive system and maintains the normal bowel movement in case of constipation and others. It is an anti-inflammatory agent and also used as laxatives.


7.  Castor oil-

Castor oil has wide ranging properties like anti-oxidant rich, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal. This ingredient decreases the size of piles.

9.  Carrot-
Drinking carrot juice and eating raw carrots heals piles fast. Also, you can mix spinach and carrot juice by adding 3 parts of carrots and 1 part of spinach. This recipe helps to reduce the bleeding piles.

10.  Garlic-
Garlic can be considered one of the best herbal natural hemorrhoids remedies because of its antibacterial properties. Apply the mixture of garlic, water and insert one peeled garlic clove directly into the anus. This will help to cure piles naturally and stops the growth. It also reduces bleeding piles.

ANOTHER AYURVEDIC APPROACHES-

1.  Medication or bhaishajyachikitsa-

Medication can give temporarily relief from itching, burning, pain and swelling caused by hemorrhoids. No other procedure is needed unless hemorrhoids become severe. There are some medicines which may not be suitable for your dosha, so should be follow your practitioner guidance.

2.  Surgical intervention or Shastrachikitsa-

This procedure is a considered as minimally invasive, it does have a risk. Surgical intervention could be dangerous for people. This considered as a bleeding disorder and susceptible to infection, or are on medications for heart conditions or blood thinning. So, consult a licensed health care practitioner for advice.
3.  Cauterization or agnikarma-

Cauterization is a method in which external hemorrhoids can be treated by using infrared heat. This type of therapy might require five to six treatments over the same number of weeks, so there is potential for increased pain and infection.

Saturday, 14 December 2019

A complete guide on your diet and food habits according to Ayurveda


A complete guide on your diet and food habits according to Ayurveda

ayurvedic diet according to dosha

       
            An ayurvedic diet is an ancient form of medicine that promotes well being through a balance of your mind, body, and spirit. This balance is achieved from your customized diet plan, which is based on three body types. The three body types are, namely Vata, pitta, and Kapha. Each type of body needs different dietary intakes for maintaining balance.

 How to identify your body type?

        People who have vata body type are generally tall, thin-boned, open-minded, and creative. Warm foods are the perfect choice for them. This type of body is generally cold, so warm foods will help in maintaining balance in their bodies.


        People who have pitta body type are athletic, medium built, hardworking, and determined. Their bodies generally remain hot. They need cooling foods to maintain their body balance.
        People with Kapha body type are heavily built, strong and loving. The light and lean foods suit them as they can easily put on weight with heavy meals.

Let’s discuss the ayurvedic diet plan for these three body types.

 Diet of Vata dosha -


        The diet for Vata dosha people includes freshly cooked whole foods that are soft in texture, rich in fats and protein, and seasoned with a variety of spices. These foods must be served warm or hot. 
        These foods help to maintain the balance by nourishing the tissues, preserving the moisture, and maintaining warmth throughout the body. These characteristics help in proper digestion and elimination of toxins from the body. 

        It is not that you must completely accumulate to this diet suddenly. Start off by observing your day to day diet patterns and identify where you can make small changes.

Foods to take

         You must include sweet fruits such as cooked apples or cherries, cooked vegetables like asparagus or beets, grains including quinoa or rice, red lentils, dairy products (in moderation), beef, eggs, fish, black pepper, coriander leaves, vinegar, peanuts and pecans, chia or flax seeds, sesame oil, and ghee.

Foods to avoid
    You must avoid dried fruit, raw apples, and watermelon, frozen, raw or dried vegetables, potatoes, barley, corn, chickpeas, split peas, yogurt, lamb, turkey, red wine, and chocolate.

ayurveda diet


Diet of Pitta dosha


     The diet of Pitta dosha people includes fresh whole foods that are cooling, energizing, dry, and high in carbohydrates. These foods decrease internal heat, prevents inflammation, balances digestive fire, absorb excess oil, and liquids.

      Eat foods that are cool in temperature. Raw foods impart a natural cooling effect on the body. Whenever you eat, mix some amount of raw fruits and vegetables on your diet. Avoid eating hot dishes such as alcohol, coffee, etc.

Foods to take
      You must include raisins, watermelon, sweet or bitter vegetables like broccoli or cauliflower, dry cereal, pasta, black beans, unsalted butter, chicken (white meat), egg whites, almonds, beer, dry white wine, and coconut.

Foods to avoid
      You must avoid apricots, avocado, pungent vegetables like onions or raw leeks, sour fruits, spinach, bread made with yeast, quinoa, and brown rice, rye, soy sauce, salted butter, sour cream, beef, chicken (dark meat), chili pepper, red or sweet wine, seafood other than shrimp, and chocolate.
  

Diet of Kapha dosha

      The diet of Kapha dosha includes freshly cooked whole foods that are light, warming, dry, well-spiced, and easy to digest. These foods must be served warm or hot. These foods maintain balance by balancing mucus production, regulating moisture levels, maintaining heat, and aiding in proper digestion and elimination.

     This diet focuses on smaller meals, little to no snacking, fewer sweets, fruits, and vegetables, legumes, and limited alcohol.

Foods to take
     You must include astringent fruit like applesauce or prunes, pungent or bitter vegetables like celery or carrots, granola, polenta, lima beans, buttermilk, cottage cheese, shrimp, turkey, dry red or white wine.


Foods to avoid
     You must avoid Sweet or sour fruits like grapefruit or figs, sweet or juicy vegetables like cucumber or zucchini, cooked oats, rice, pasta, pancakes, 
wheat, kidney beans, soft or hard cheese, duck, tofu, freshwater fish, ketchup, hard alcohol, and chocolate.



Benefits of ayurvedic diet

●     Encourages whole foods
●     Could promote weight loss
●     Promotes mindfulness
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Monday, 11 November 2019

Digestive Health : What is True ?

Digestive Health : What is True ?

- Dr.Yogesh Chavan, MD(Ayu.Kerala)

                         
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Ayurvedic Classics has described importance of daily routine for maintaining excellent Digestive Health. Dr.Yogesh Chavan MD(Ayu.)Kerala is digestive disorders expert in Nashik India. He has cured many cases of IBS, Grahani, Hyperacidity, Bloating, constipation, Colitis etc. with help of Ayurvedic medicines and Panchakarma successfully.

There are some advices given on internet or elsewhere for maintaining digestive health, but how many of them are really true.

True or False? Take this quiz to know now!

Q1. Inhaling fresh air and doing pranayama has nothing to do with ensuring proper digestive health.

True / False

Answer - False

It is known to everyone that air feeds a fire. Similarly, in Ayurveda it is believed that the Agni is kindled every time we breathe air, boosting a healthy digestive health. Therefore, the best way to feed the internal Agni is by inhaling fresh air, for which various breathing pranayama are there to help. In case you are unable to determine the ‘doshas’ that are affecting your Agni or well-being, consult with an Ayurveda doctor and convey your queries and problems to him.

Q2. Which of these Ayurveda tips can help in great digestion?

Meditate regularly/ Refrain from overeating / Eat without distractions / All of the above

Answer - All of the above

There are various constitutional treatments available of Ayurveda which are nothing but a few habits that can make the digestion process healthier. Some of such digestion-friendly Ayurveda tips are, eating mindfully, without any distractions, avoiding eating food that your stomach has to struggle to accommodate, meditating daily, focusing on the inner mind to obtain a sense of peacefulness and get rid of anxiety. You can always consult with an Ayurveda doctor to implement best practices for healthy digestion in your daily life.

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Q3. Sipping on Ginger tea can be an excellent way of maintaining your digestive health, as believed in Ayurveda.

True / False

Answer - True

Referred to as a universal remedy in Ayurveda, consumption of ginger along with tea is known to offer many health benefits, a sound digestive health being one of them. Ginger can smoothen not only the functioning of the muscles in the intestines but also relieves symptoms of cramping and gas. You can easily prepare large batches of ginger tea and store it in your thermos and have a sip from it now and then, throughout the day.

Q4. Which of these Ayurvedic way of eating can help in better digestion?

Making lunch the biggest meal of your day /

Eating the largest meal at dinner

Start the day with light breakfast

None of the above

Answer - Making lunch the biggest meal of your day

As per the Ayurvedic principle, the digestive fire burns the strongest when the sun reaches its highest point. In Ayurveda, humans are believed to be the mere reflection of what's happening in nature. Eating the biggest or heaviest meal during the lunch gives the body enough time to fully digest the food before going to bed when the digestive system shuts down effectively. In case you have any particular physical condition that prevents you from having heavy meals, consult with an Ayurveda doctor before changing your eating routine.

Q5. According to Ayurveda, following a consistent daily routine is crucial for excellent digestive health.

True / False

Answer - True

The practice of following an appropriate daily routine is emphasized greatly in Ayurveda for it being supportive of Agni, the essential factor for human's well-being. Maintaining a routine not only helps in reducing the stress and anxiety but also creates a sense of regularity, introducing the right balance in life, which is the key to a healthy digestive system. To keep your digestive health unharmed, you can talk to an Ayurvedic doctor for necessary Ayurvedic medicines or practices to follow.

Contact us for more information or Ayurvedic treatment of digestive diseases in Nashik.

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