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The Pitta Dosha is responsible for all our daily activities that require energy. When this Dosha gets imbalanced, we experience certain health issues, both physical and psychological. Here, it becomes important to follow a calm lifestyle and avoid any triggers that can imbalance your body. You can also use Ayurvedic methods such as palliative and purification treatments to cure Pitta disorders.
Cholesterol can be controlled by ayurveda in 3 ways: Lifestyle management, Herbs usage, and Panchakarma. Minimizing sedantary habits and staying active are vital in channelizing the Vata (V-Dosh) and reducing K-Dosh. To let the herbs act favorably, A-fire has to be balanced. Subdued A-fire (Agni-mandya) and channel obstructions (Srotorodh) are addressed by Deepan-Pachan herbs. Udvartana/powder massage, Swedan/steam, Virechana/herb-induced purgation, and Lekhan basti/medicated decoction are panchakarma procedures to manage cholesterol.
Every once in a while, our body needs a reset, to recover, replenish and rediscover its full potential. Panchakarma is a combination of 5...
Virechana Karma is a medicated purgation therapy which removes Pitta toxins from the body and is recommended in cases of Chronic Fever, Diabetes, Asthma, Joint disorders, Digestive disorders, Hyper acidity, Headaches, Gynaecological disorders etc. It should be avoided in small children, the elderly and in cases where digestive fire is weak.
Ayurveda focuses on overall health and longevity of an individual. The three doshas viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha need to remain in (or be...