Dr. Manisha Bora is a dedicated, qualified (M.D, B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic medicine and Surgery)) physician with a vast experience in the field of ayurveda. In her 20 years of experience with ayurveda she has spent around 10 years in studying and embibing the theoretical and practical knowledge of this science and 10 years treating the patients in her private practice.
Bronchial Asthma (Shwas in Ayurveda) is caused by allergies to food, exposure to dust and smoke, injury to vital organs, anemia or respiratory tract infection. It is curable if treatment starts at an early stage (within 1 year after detection). Ayurveda suggests Holi Basil, Ginger, Winter Cherry, Shirishadi kwath, Shwaskuthar Rasa, as effective herbs in its treatment.
Triggers for Bronchial Asthma include smoking, pneumonia, allergy, change in weather, acid reflux and stress. Signs include shortness of breath, feeling tight around chest, excessive coughing and wheezing. To cope with this kind of asthma avoid dust, exercise mildly, wear a dust mask, avoid cold temperatures and drink boiled water with ginger/tulsi.
Honey lemon water enhances metabolism, improves digestion, boosts your immune system, cleanses the urinary tract, improves the absorption of nutrients, balances pH levels, clears your skin, and promotes healing and weight loss. Learn how to make this simple mix for consumption every day.
According to Ayurveda, our sense of taste ignites the digestive fire. Some Ayurvedic herbs for hyperacidity are amla, coriander, mint, liqorice, harikati and bhringraja and aloe vera. Laghusutshekhar Rasa, Kamdudha Rasa are a few ayurvedic medicines to treat the same. Yoga postures like Surya namaskar, Sarvangasan, Bhujangasan can help too.