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Acne Valgaris ACNE CARE BY COMPLETE, PERMANENT, EASY, SAFE, FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN AYURVED Acne vulgaris, also known as acne, pimples, or zits, are boils which occurs mostly on the face or upper part of the shoulder and the back and are present mostly in the age group of 15 to 25 years, and extend in some till 35 years of age. Hormonal changes in the adolescent age group and changes related to menstruation, stress, obesity, and chronic constipation are all believed to be related to the occurrence and aggravation of acne. Ayurvedic herbal treatment for Acne Vulgaris Ayurvedic herbal treatment for acne is aimed at treating the boils on the face as well as treating the known cause of the condition. Ayurvedic herbal medicines which have a known anti-inflammatory action as well as an antiseptic effect are used for prolonged periods in moderate or high doses, depending upon the severity of the condition. Large sized boils or cystic acne may require several medicines in combination and in high doses. In addition to treating the boils present on the face in the affected individual, treatment is also given so as to treat the infection and reduce the chances of recurrence by using herbal medicines which act on the skin, the subcutaneous tissue, as well as the microcirculation supplying the skin of the face. Additional treatment also needs to be given to individuals affected with acne depending upon the known causes for the condition or any known factors present which have a strong contributing effect to acne. Stress is treated with Ayurvedic herbal medicines which reduce anxiety and stress and strengthen the nervous system. Hormonal dysfunction and imbalance is also treated with the appropriate Ayurvedic herbal medicines. Obesity, chronic constipation, and excessive secretion of oil in the skin of the face are treated with medicines which reduce overall fat in the body as well as treat the gastrointestinal system and the liver so as to promote regular bowel movement as also to reduce excessive oil secretion in the skin. In addition to oral medication, local therapy can also be utilised in the form of application of ointments and pastes which usually include medicines which have an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and soothing action on the skin so as to help the boils subside and heal properly without scar formation. Depending upon whether the affected individual has a dry skin or an oily skin, the appropriate ointments are used to treat the skin. Individuals affected with severe acne need regular treatment for periods ranging from four to eight months; however, almost all individuals affected with acne report very good results with regular Ayurvedic herbal treatment. DR ANURAG JAIN (MD AYURVED) Chief Consultant Ayurved & Panch Karma AYURVED FOUNDATION AYURVED PANCH KARMA CENTRE M 8 Amar Darshan, Saket Anand Bazar Square, Near Saket Pan Corner, Indore (M.P.) website- www.panchkarmaayurved.com www.ayurvedfoundation.com Ph. 98268 02221, 94253 11773
The three stages of Panchakarma therapy. Panchakarma is always performed in three stages Purva Karma (pre-treatment), Pradhana Karma (primary treatment) and Paschat Karma (post-treatment). The patient who opts for any one of the five therapies has invariably to undergo all the three stages. Snehana (oleation / oil therapy) and Swedana (sudation) are the two Purva Karma procedures. Snehana (internal and external oleation) loosens the Amam stuck in various sites of the body and Swedana dilates the channels to facilitate its movement towards the Koshta (alimentary canal). The Amam that reaches the Koshta is eliminated during the Pradhana Karma (primary treatment). Diet regimens, restricted bodily exertion, and the intake of health-promoting drugs come under the Paschat Karma (post-treatment). Panchakarma is a purifying therapy to enhance the metabolic process through food and herbal medicines. It is used in deep rooted chronic disease as well as seasonal imbalance of tridoshas. As the wastes are eliminated from the body the person becomes healthy Literally Panch means five and Karma means action. So Panchakarma means five types of actions or techniques or treatment. These types of therapeutics are based on elimination therapy. Panchakarma treatment is very effective in diseases like hemiplegia, polio, rheumatoid arthritis, skin diseases, epilepsy, insomnia, hypertension, cardiac problems, intestinal diseases, peptic and duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis and asthma. Besides this, it produces immunity and increases youthfulness of the body. Panchakarma includes five types of treatment which are as follows Vamana Use of emetics This therapy is mainly used in cases of chronic disorders due to Kapha dosha. It involves induced and controlled vomiting with the help of medicines. It is used to treat chronic asthma, chronic hyperacidity etc. Vamana should not be given to the very young or very old or during pregnancy and should always be administered under a physicians supervision. Virechan Use of laxatives This therapy is mainly used in cases of chronic disorders due to Pitta dosha. It involves induced and controlled purgation with the help of medicines. It is used to treat jaundice, chronic helminthes cases etc. Virechan should not be given to the very young or very old or during pregnancy and should always be administered under a physicians supervision. Basti Medicated enema Involves administering medicines as enema. The medicines used can be decoctions, pure/formulated oils, milk etc. It is used to cure arthritis, backache etc. Basti should not be given to the very young or very old or during pregnancy and should always be administered under a physicians supervision. Nasya Nasal administration of medication Nasya is administered through the nose. Medicated powders, decoctions or oil drops are introduced into the nasal passages. They remove residual doshas and toxins from the head and neck area. Nasya is used in cases of migraine, chronic rhinitis, epilepsy etc. Rakta Mokshana Blood letting Rakta Mokshana is done either with the help of venesection, or using leeches. It is mainly used to cure gout, skin and blood disorders (pigmentation), elephantiasis, alopecia. Raktamokshan should not be given to the very young or very old or during pregnancy and should always be administered under a physicians supervision. Panchakarma therapy should always be followed by a special diet regime that includes khichadi among other things. Share
Alopecia (Baldness) HAIR CARE BY COMPLETE, PERMANENT, EASY, SAFE, FAST & COSTEFFECTIVE PERMANENT MODERN AYURVED Alopecia or baldness is hair loss usually noted with respect to the scalp of both men and women. While generalized hair loss is known as alopecia, small and circular bald patches are termed as alopecia areata. Noticeable hair loss and the resulting premature baldness can be psychologically very disturbing, since a luxuriant hair growth on the scalp is considered a sign of good health and grooming personality. Premature hair loss is usually caused due to a genetic tendency, chronic diseases, medications, stress, injury or damage to the hair, and as a side-effect of strong treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy. While actual baldness is more apparent in men, severe hair loss and apparent thinning of hair is more common in women. Ayurvedic herbal treatment for Alopecia (Baldness) Treating baldness or hair loss constitutes a booming medical industry, and various treatments for this condition have emerged, which include allopathic and alternative medications, local scalp treatments using laser therapy, shampoos and conditioners, as well as specialized treatments like wigs and hair grafting. Medicated oils for treating hair loss are available at all chemists over-the-counter, with new medical preparations being added regularly. Ayurvedic herbal treatment for alopecia is a systematic process of looking for the cause of the condition and giving comprehensive treatment for it. A careful history is important in order to identify and treat specific causes such as chronic diseases and the use of specific drugs or harmful treatments. It is best to avoid any known cause for the condition, if possible. Anxiety, stress, a harmful lifestyle, and improper nutrition to the hair roots are usually the commonest causes of premature hair loss in men and women. Ayurvedic treatment is given as a combination of oral medication and local applications. Oral medication involves the use of medicines which can treat the known causes for the condition. In addition, medicines which have a specific action on the scalp as well as the hair roots are also important in the management of this condition. These medicines improve the blood supply to the hair roots and thereby provide better nutrition to the scalp, while at the same time removing toxins and unwanted elements from this area. These medicines also provide stimulation to the hair roots so as to help regenerate new hair and prevent hair loss. Oral medication is usually supplemented with local application in the form of medicated ointments, pastes, and oils which have to be applied regularly so as to provide good results. Local applications not only provide nutrition for hair roots but also treat skin inflammation, infection and dandruff, and thereby reduce the tendency for hair fall. Regular massage with medicated oils not only aids in hair regrowth but also relaxes the scalp and neck muscles and induces good sleep. It is equally important to give herbal medicines to treat stress and anxiety which are important factors which continue to propagate severe hair fall. It should also be remembered that the rate of regrowth of hair should be much more than the rate of hair fall in order to prevent noticeable hair loss and baldness. Most individuals affected with this condition require regular treatment for 6-9 months in order to get significant benefit from Ayurvedic treatment. DR ANURAG JAIN (MD AYURVED) Chief Consultant Ayurved & Panch Karma AYURVED FOUNDATION AYURVED PANCH KARMA CENTRE M 8 Amar Darshan, Saket Anand Bazar Square, Near Saket Pan Corner, Indore (M.P.) website- www.panchkarmaayurved.com www.ayurvedfoundation.com Ph. 98268 02221, 94253 11773
Abhyanga is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic oil massage therapy for healing and detoxifying Body, Mind and Spirit. This ayurvedic detox and stress reduction therapy is performed by herbal oils. It incorporates an aromatic combination of oils prepared with herbs warmed and blended to your Dosha type.
Enema treatment Basti / Enema (बस्ती उपचार) This is the best and basic treatment to be given in ayurveda. In this process medicated oils and decoctions are been inserted though anus which help in arthritis, spondylosis, brain development, rejuvenation, basic pain relief and also for all vata vyadhi.
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