Sunday, March 24, 2019

Amalaki (Indian gooseberry) - the best Ayurvedic medicine to control high blood sugar

Many people living with diabetes are now turning to complementary and alternative medicine, including Ayurvedic medications, to control their blood sugar and avoid complications that may be caused by this condition.
Amalaki, Amla, or Indian gooseberry (scientific name Emblica Officinalis) is a powerful herb extensively used in Ayurvedic preparations to treat several chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes in Ayurveda.

Research studies have brought to light the potential anti-diabetic effects of amla. One study using amla extracts on diabetic animals showed that the berry can cause blood glucose to drop. Also, another study on diabetic rats suggested that amla juice may help treat certain health problems common in people with type 1 diabetes mellitus.

Furthermore, a 2011 study found that people - with or without diabetes - who took amla fruit powder developed a significant decrease in both fasting and post-prandial blood glucose levels, indicating that the Indian gooseberry may effectively help in managing diabetes. The Indian gooseberry also contains chromium that regulates carbohydrate metabolism and may make the body more responsive to insulin, which in turn helps to keep blood sugar at a healthy range.

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Monday, March 18, 2019

Ayurvedic Herb punarnava helps in preventing and managing kidney ailments

In view of limited options for treatment of the kidney disease in allopathy, experts representing the traditional medical system claimed on the eve of the World Kidney Day that Ayurvedic herbs could slow the disease's progression and offer relief from the symptoms, along with careful diet and exercise.
Two recent scientific studies have claimed that herbal formulations, based on traditional medicinal plants like punarnava, could be effective in preventing and managing ailments related to the kidney.According to a study, a woman suffering from kidney ailment was given punarnava-based syrup for a month, significantly bringing the creatinine and urea level in her blood to a healthy level.
Besides, her haemoglobin level had also improved, concluding that the punanrva-based drugs not only improve the functioning of the kidney but also improve haemoglobin level.
The study, conducted at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), was published in the World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceuticals Science in 2017.
Another study published in the Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, too, stated the efficacy of the punarnava-based herbal formulations, including lotus leaves, patharchur and other major herbs when given to the subjects. It was found that the drug had helped in maintaining histological parameter of kidneys, apart from reducing high levels of uric acid and electrolytes.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019


Male infertility is commonly caused by Vericocele
A varicocele is a widening of the veins along
the cord that holds up a man's testicles
Around 10-15% of men have them
usually on the left side
but most do not experience symptoms.
Ayurvedic Herb Lajjalu (Biophytum Sensitivum) or Mukkutti,
has proven effective in treating Vericocele.
How to use:  add 20 leaves of the herb to 300ml
of boiling water for 40 minutes.
Strain and drink two times a day for one month.

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Monday, March 04, 2019

Ayurvedic Tips to Increase Fertility

The reproductive health of men and women depends upon the health of Shukra Dhatu. In women, the Shukra Dhatu produces the ovum, whereas in men it is responsible for releasing the semen. There are seven Dhatus in our body which are the tissues of our body. Shukra Dhatu is the seventh dhatu of our body. The other six dhatus are rasa, rakta, mamsa, medas, asthi and majja. These six dhatus are responsible for creating the raw material for Shukra Dhatu by chain of metabolic transformation.
Important Points for Increasing Overall Fertility
-- One should consume foods and herbs known as Vrishya
-- Keep the stress level to a minimum
-- Improvement in lifestyle, like one should quit smoking, alcohol drinking. One should dedicate some time to exercise
-- Try as much as possible to include food that is high in antioxidants. These contents are high in foods like carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, bell peppers etc.
-- Reduce chemical exposure like pesticide and industrial pollutants.

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