Thursday, 28 September 2017

Get Authentic Vasti Ayurvedic Therapy

Vasti, one of the five therapeutic procedures in ‘Panchakarma’ is an important ‘Ayurvedic therapy’. It is always compared with conventional evacuation and retention enema. According to Ayurvedic principles ‘Vasti’ plays a much more vital role in the disease management than conventional enema.

Vasti is considered superior to other detoxifying procedures like vaman ( therapeutic emesis) and virechana( therapeutic virechana) because it can achieve any therapeutic goals. In the current clinical practice situations, vasti is effective procedure for various diseases.

The correct method of vasti preparation is of utmost importance for maximum benefits. ‘Aasthaapana Vasti’ also termed as ‘Niruha Vasti’ is a mixture of oil, honey, ‘kwaatha’ (decoction) and ‘Kalka’ (fine paste obtained after wet grinding of the plant material). These ingredients are immiscible with each other. A homogenous mixture is required for actual administration of ‘Vasti’. 

‘Vasti’ is oil in water o/w emulsion. Honey is used as an emulsifying agent over others on account of its stability yielding and specific therapeutic effect. The serial order of mixing the ingredients mentioned by classics should be maintained to get a homogenized emulsion.

Serial order of mixing of ingredients as described by Charaka, honey and rock salt are mixed together in the beginning followed by addition of oil. This mixture is then thoroughly mixed. The finely wet grinded paste of prescribed medicinal plants is then mixed in it. The mixture is then again mixed thoroughly. The prescribed liquids such as kwaatha (decoction) is then added to it and the mixture is subjected to thorough churning to produce a homogeneous mixture. The mixture thus produced acquires a physical state of emulsion.

The significance of the procedure described in the classics, emphasizing the serial order of mixing of basti dravyas is mandatory process during vasti preparation, affecting the outcome of treatment.

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Saturday, 9 September 2017

Ayurvedic Treatment for MIgraine

Migraine is a primary headache disorder characterized by recurrent headaches that are moderate to severe. Associated symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light, sound, or smell. Migraines are believed to be due to a mixture of environmental and genetic factors. About two-thirds of cases run in families, changing hormone levels may also play a role, as migraines affect slightly more boys than girls before puberty and two to three times more women than men. The risk of migraines usually decreases during pregnancy. The underlying mechanisms are not fully known. It is, however, believed to involve the nerves and blood vessels of the brain.
  • These are the main symptoms of Migraine
  • The sickness, that happens hour or days before the headache.
  • The aura, which immediately precedes the headache
  • The pain phase, also known as headache phase
  • The postdrome, the effects experienced following the end of a migraine attack
Ayurvedic Treatment for Migraine

One in ten people of the modern ageis affected by Migraine. Suitable lifestyle changes, Ayurvedic therapies and medicines hold the key in treating migraine.
In Ayurveda this condition is referred as ‘Sooryavarta’.  The headache is worsened on sunrise, peaks during noon hours and reduces after evening. Even though this is the typical feature of this illness, it may not be true in all cases. Symptoms may vary based on body types and habits.
Migraine is caused by excessive stimulation of brain and blood vessels. Migraine headache is accompanied with one sided throbbing headache, with nausea (the tendency of vomiting), vomiting and sensitivity to light. Some people get warning symptoms called aura, having visual changes, just ahead of migraine episodes.

    Migraine causes as per Ayurveda
  • Suppression of natural urges
  • Indigestion
  • Intake of polluted food
  • Exposure to sunshine for prolonged period
  • Oily and spicy food
  • Anger, jealousy, grief, stress etc.
  • Intake of dry, pungent and salty food etc.

Shri Kaya Kalp Ayurvedic Training Institute and Panchakarma Center based in New Delhi provides the best Ayurvedic Treatment for Migraine in Delhi. The institute also provides courses on Panchakarma,Aromatherapy, Beauty therapy, Yoga, Pranayama, pregnancy & childcare.