Susruta Ayurveda

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Role Of Uttar Basti In Various Gynecological Disorders

Uttara Basti is a very important and unique Ayurvedic procedure, which is descriptively defined in Ayurvedic classics. It is mentioned for the Genitourinary problems for both males and females. The manner was selected as a method of drug administration in case of infertility due to the tubal aspect for the present study. Hence, its elaborative classical description alongside with interpretation of present-day tools is made here. There are two routes for administration of Basti described in classics, …

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Sacral Chakra Healing: 5 Easy Ways To Balance Your Chakra

Sacral or Svadhishthan chakra, situated at the base of genitals, is the seat of the individual and collective unconscious. It is associated with seeking pleasure and security. The imbalance of sacral chakra causes sexual and reproductive diseases. If you have ever felt unsure, unstable, or unable to express your feelings properly, it might be due …

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Hypertension: An Easy Step Learning with Ayurveda

Hypertension is a  condition in which the blood pressure is chronically elevated. It is considered to be present when a person’s systolic blood pressure is consistently 140 mm Hg or higher, and/or their diastolic blood pressure is consistently 90 mm Hg or higher. WHO definition the incidence of hypertension in urban population is around 40% …

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Madhumeha- Type 2 diabetes Management by Ayurveda

Madhumeha The basic Sanskrit term Madhumeha is composed of Madhu and Meha. The Madhumeha means sweet Or sweetness and Meha means excessive urination (Atipravrutti). In shabdakalpadruma, meha Or prameha is defined as follows, Prakrshena Mehati kshrati viryyadirane neti prameha: The sansakrit term meha literally means to micturate. The verbal noun mehanam signifies urination as well …

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Hair-Fall/ Khalitya: An Easy Understanding In Ayurveda

Hair fall/ khalitya Sushruta states that Pitta Dosha along with Vata by involving the roots of the hair (Romakoopa) causes fall of hairs and thereafter Kapha along with Rakta obstructs the channel of Romakoopa leading to the stoppage of the regeneration of the hair and this condition is known as Indralupta, Khalityaor Ruhya. Acharya Charak …

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An Introduction To Para-Surgical Modalities In Ayurveda

Para surgical, however, is a broad term to describe the procedure or treatment modality that works as a surgical procedure but doesn’t use sharp or equipped instruments or medicine. In Ayurveda, there are multiple para-surgical procedures among which major contribution is by  Sushruta Samhita is the basic source of origin, also to modern surgery. Susruta described the …

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Asanas: Things To Know Before Practicing It

Asanas can be performed by anybody but care should be taken during practice as it is a disciplined synchronization of body, mind, and soul. If not practiced, an individual may undergo some illness as rightly said by some experts, Yogi will become Rogi(diseased). The following points should be kept in mind before initiation of practice Asanas: Place …

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Diet And Wound Healing: Learn Pathya- Apathya In Ayurveda

In this modern era, there is a remarkable increase in the number of wound cases, where the treating modalities like antibiotics, and local management is not sufficient for wound healing. Along with this, a well-balanced diet pattern is needful. A balanced diet plays an important role in the wound healing process. Nutritional support needs to …

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Virechana In Management Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Virechana Karma is the specific treatment for the regulation of Pitta and Kapha Samsargaja Pitta. Other than this as per Charaka, Asrigdara is a Rakta-Prdoshaja Vikara. in the treatment Rakta-Prodoshaja Vikara a Virechana is superior among all. Kashyapa had described that Virechana therapy, mitigates vitiated Pitta and Rakta Doshas and maintains the healthy state of …

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