Disease Treatments

Graha Roga Chikitsa

Introduction: Charaka has explained it under Unmaada, as Aagantu Unmaada is caused due to the exogenous factors like Graha. Causative factor for the Aagantu Unmaada is Apras`hasta Karma which is caused due to the Pradnyaaparaadha. Due toPradnyaaparaadha, a person insults the respected ones like Deva, Rishi, Pitri, Gandharva, Yaksha (living supernatural being / ghost), Raakshasa...

Kamala Chikitsa/Treatment for Jaundice in Ayurveda

Introduction: If the person suffering from Paan`d`uroga indulges in diet and life style which vitiates Pitta, it results in Kaamalaa. This disease can manifest directly even without manifestation of Paan`d`uroga. It is of two types: S`haakhaas`hrita Kaamalaa also known as Ruddhapatha Kaamalaa Kosht` has`haakhaas`hrita Kaamalaa also known as Bahupitta Kaamalaa.   If not specified, Kaamalaa Chikitsaa is generally considered as...

Ayurveda for Gut Health

Ayurveda for gut health According to the ancient Indian practice of Ayurveda, the poor condition of the gut is the root of all diseases. You may already know that bad gut health causes many other symptoms, including constipation, acne, and fatigue. It is also a major contributor to the onset of menstrual irregularities. In this...

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment in Ayurveda

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment in Ayurveda   Erectile Dysfunction may be caused due to Physical or Psychological problem of the patient. Hence both should be rectified. In Psychological Problems, it may be caused due to any previous bad experience or it might be caused due to any misbelieve that is deep rooted in him or else it will...

Ayurvedic Medicine For Bones and Muscles

Ayurvedic Medicine For Bones and Muscles The important connective tissues present in a joint are Muscle fibres, Bones, Cartilages, Tendons, Ligament, Nerves. Maintaining the overall strength of these structures is necessary to keep our joints intact. Due to natural factors like ageing or due to other reasons these structures gradually undergoes degeneration. Following Ayurvedic Medicine...

Indriya Dushti Chikitsaa

      Introduction: Indriya are five sense organs responsible for perception of senses. Ayurveda considers Chakshu, S`hrotra, Ghraan`a, Rasana and Sparshana as five Indriya. They are situated at Eyes, Ears, Nose, Tounge and Skin respectively. These organs are considered as Indriya Adhisht`haana means seat of Indriya.   Indriya Dusht`ee and its management: Vitiated Dosha when situate in Indriya they cause...