Ayurvedic Remedies

Whooping Cough

Whooping Cough — The bacterial infection in lungs, caused by bacterium Bordetella pertussis, is called whooping cough. A contagious disease, it leads to severe coughing, which may or may not be accompanied by vomiting and perspiration. Some of the common symptoms of whooping cough are sore throat, mild dry cough, sneezing, tears, tiredness, loss of appetite, night cough, vomiting, retching, …

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Warts: Ayurvedic Home Remedy For Warts

Warts: Ayurvedic Home Remedy For Warts

Warts Remedy — Warts have become a common problem among adults as well as children. Classified within the Human Papilloma Viruses, though harmless, warts have the capability of spreading to all the parts of the body. They can occur anywhere – skin, mouth, genitals, rectal area, etc. Also referred to as skin tumors, they can be classified into various types, …

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Vomiting (Ayurvedic Name – Vaman, Chardi)

Vomiting (Ayurvedic Name – Vaman, Chardi) — Vomiting is a highly integrated and complex reflex involving both autonomic and somatic neural pathway synchronous contraction of diaphragm, intercostals muscles and abdominal muscles that raises intra-abdominal pressure and is combined with relaxation of lower oesophageal sphincters resulting in forcible ejection of gastric content. Vomiting contains food particles, bile, water and sometimes blood. …

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Vomiting

Vomiting — An ejection of food and liquids from the stomach, through the contraction of the stomach muscle, is called vomiting. Also known as emesis, vomiting leads to the expulsion of solids as well as liquids, from the stomach. There are many reasons for vomiting like overeating, drinking excessive alcohol, pregnancy, migraine, infections, flu, upset stomach, etc. At times, vomiting …

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Urticaria (Sheetpitta)

Urticaria (Sheetpitta) — Urticaria (also called Hives) is a common pattern of itchy or burning oedamatous swelling occurring anywhere on the body and lasting for less than 24 hours. The symptoms are caused by degranulation (with release of histamine). The common causes for Urticaria: Allergens Drugs Contact with animal saliva Physical conditions (heat, cold, pressure, sun, exercises, water) Infection According …

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Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary Tract Infection — An invasion of bacteria into the urinary tract causes UTI (Urinary Tract Infection). The bacteria enter from the opening of the urethra and proceed further into the urinary tract. Some of the causes of UTI include sexual intercourse, multiple sexual partners and holding urine for too long. Urinary tract infection can be very painful, if not …

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Ulcerative Colitis (Ayurvedic Name – Adhogaami Raktpitt)

Ulcerative Colitis (Ayurvedic Name – Adhogaami Raktpitt) — According to Ayurveda ulcerative colitis is known as adhogaami rakt Pitt. It can be divided into: Udharvgaami Raktpitt Adhogaami Raktpitt In both diseases the prdhan (main) dosha is pitta affected with combination of rakt (blood) releases from body from either orally in a form of vomiting or in a form of blood- …

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Twelve Ways To Enhance Digestion

Twelve Ways To Enhance Digestion — Ayurvedic healers consider digestion a key indicator and determinant of good health. If your digestive agnis (fires) are functioning effectively, the food you eat should get completely digested, absorbed and assimilated by your body, with the wastes regularly flushed out. An efficient digest-absorb-assimilate cycle leads to enhanced ojas. Ojas is the biochemical essence formed …

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Toothache

Toothache — Toothache can be described as a sensation of pain or soreness either in or around the tooth. It causes inflammation, irritation, swelling and reddening of the area around the affected tooth. The present-day lifestyle, full of stress and unhealthy eating habits, has made toothache a common problem. Some of the reasons for toothache are tooth decay, mouth bacteria, …

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