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Ayurvedic treatment of piles is potentially effective and safe alternative to other modalities of managing hemorrhoids. It mostly uses herbal medicines and lifestyle modifications to acquire the balance that Ayurvedic principles adhere to.
Ayurvedic Treatment for Piles Ayurvedic treatment of piles is potentially effective and safe alternative to other modalities of managing hemorrhoids. It mostly uses herbal medicines and lifestyle modifications to acquire the balance that Ayurvedic principles adhere to. Almost as many as the people who suffer from hemorrhoids, there are as much therapeutic options to choose from. Alternative medicines include ayurvedic treatment for piles. Ayurveda is a traditional medical practice developed and used in India. Basically, it pushes balance of elements toward a healthy state. In Ayurveda, piles are known as Arsha Shoola, which literally means pain from prick-like needles. They categorize piles into three. Vata hemorrhoids are hard and dark with constipation and acute pain. Pitta piles are soft and reddish with bleeding accompanied by excessive thirst, diarrhea and fever. Kapha piles are slimy, large, soft and white with associated digestive problems. The ayurvedic way of treatment does not attack the disease itself particularly with an external force such as surgery or drugs. What they do is try to improve the body’s natural healing ability. Pre-purification or Panchakarma is the first step in ayurvedic treatment for piles. It consists of orally ingesting medicated preparations in an empty stomach. Ingredients include malabar nut, sandal wood, asparagus, ginger, mustard and gooseberry are common ingredients. Main purification phase is the time when toxins loosened during the first phase are eliminated. Enema or Vasthi therapy often uses dill seeds, honey, rock salt, and other herbal oils, paste and decoctions. Virechanamn is basically purgation by ingesting herbs such as turpith, dry ginger, long pepper, and cinnamon. Rasayana therapy nourishes the body after the Panchakarma, which can be energy-draining for the body. This is done using oral medicines and diet regulation. The oral medications are consisted mostly of pure extracts from medicinal plants. Supposedly prepared to restore the needed balance followed in Ayurveda, these include kashayam and arishtam which are herbal decoctions and fermentations, and lehyams, which are semi-solid preparations. Pastes of turmeric, Indian hemp leaves and onion in hot sesame oil may be applied over the piles to soothe them. Sandal wood paste and sesame oil can also be used for pain relief. Aside from these medications, lifestyle modifications are also part of ayurvedic treatment. Yoga is a mainstay exercise for Indians to stay healthy. Again, the purpose here is to maintain the balance desired. Other lifestyle changes include avoiding sitting in one position for long periods of time. Sleeping by 10:00 p.m. is also recommended. Sitz bath is also as much as part of Ayurveda as it is in Western medicine. Ayurvedic treatment for piles may be troublesome for some so this needs assistance and guidance from an Ayurveda expert. Since it uses natural products, it is potentially safe. However, you should still be wary of possible side effects and take time in deciding to attempt this mode of management. These tips helped me cure my hemorrhoids quickly and easily and I'm sure they will work for you as well. But honestly, there's 1 more secret that I haven't mentioned yet that got rid of my hemorrhoids quickly and naturally (my friends kept asking me how I did it in so little time). To know my #1 secret, visit http://BleedingFromBackPassage.com
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