Common Fever and Ayurvedic Remedies

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Ayurvedic Remedies for Common Fever

By Sunil

The average normal temperature of the human body is 98.6 degree Fahrenheit. When this temperature goes beyond the prescribed degree of 100.4 degree Fahrenheit, it is considered as fever. Low fever helps to kill the germs that bring diseases in our body and therefore, it is not required to be treated. But if your fever shoots up above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, then you seriously need to go for a medical checkup.

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Let’s check if you have a fever today.
Fever is one of the major symptoms in diseases like infections, tuberculosis, bronchitis, pleurisy, jaundice, influenza, dengue, malaria, and measles.

Fever is normally accompanied by severe headaches and joint pains that make a person feel very weak. If there is fever, it will be better for you to avoid certain foods and concentrate only on a proper health diet.

  1. Have easily digestible fibrous food.
  2. Have water at room temperature and consume vegetable soups as much as you can. Avoid putting any type of starch to thicken the soups.
  3. Have fresh fruit juices, fresh whole fruits, and green vegetables.
  4. Avoid preserved and fast food, spicy food, poultry, meat, and dairy products for few days. Also avoid being on empty stomach for long.
  5. Avoid physical activities.
  6. Take good rest and sleep for a minimum of six hours.

Where treating common fever is concerned, there is nothing like Ayurvedic herbs, and more so because they have very little or no side effects.

Holy Basil: This Ayurvedic herb is one of the best herbal home remedies for curing common fever. Prepare its decoction by boiling few leaves in half a liter of water. For the first two to three days, drink this decoction twice a day.

Turmeric: It is a very effective antiseptic for fighting germs. Add a pinch to a glass of warm water or milk and drink it.

Saffron: Tea containing saffron reduces common fever.

Cinnamon: It is another important Ayurvedic herb to treat common fever. Add a pinch each of cinnamon powder and black pepper powder, and a teaspoon of honey to a glass of hot water. Not only relief from fever, this preparation helps to take care of throat irritation and pain that accompanies fever.

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Raisins have other helpful uses in addition to helping with common fever.
Raisin: Its extract is a very useful tonic. Add a few raisins to a cup of water and then crush the raisins. Filter the water and then drink the juice to get relief.

Ginger: Its extracts are very useful and as such, ginger tea helps quite a lot during fever.

These Ayurvedic remedies can be easily prepared at home. However, you need to consult an Ayurvedic practitioner if your fever is due to any major disease mentioned above.

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Longevity and Ayurvedic Herbs

Increase Longevity with Ayurvedic Herbs

By Shankar.

Many people suffer from tiredness, weakness, and inactive life due to some health disorders. This make them feel older than their age and remain unhappy throughout their life. If you want have more longevity, to live better, active, longer, healthy and independent, you should prevent illness by taking some precautions.

You should manage to prevent mental and health disorders like emotional imbalance, excess weight, digestive disorders, diabetes, cholesterol, joint pains, heart diseases, lung diseases, liver diseases, and kidney diseases. Now what is the secret method to prevent such health disorders that reduces your longevity or life span? Well, stop completely alcohol, smoking, and excess drugs to treat such diseases. Switch to Ayurvedic medicinal herbs that have no side effects and also enhance you to live longer, healthier and happier life.

Amla: Amalaki in Sanskrit means ‘sustainer of health’. This herb enhances longevity and delays the signs of ageing. It is a good tonic for eyes. It is an adaptogen that normalizes the function of the body, improves immunity and balances neuroendocrine system. Stress is the major cause for several serious health disorders like heart attacks. Amla is proved to treat stress and its related health disorders.

Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha in Sanskrit means “smelling like a horse”. This herb is both an adaptogen and rasayana. Adaptogen helps to improve your ability to cope with daily stress and rasayana means it improves the quality of life and longevity. It is considered as sedative that promotes sleep. It is also beneficial in treating stress related disorders like hyperacidity, hypertension, diabetes, and arthritis.

Almond: Ayurveda considers almond as a nutrient food for the brain and nervous system. It induces high intellectual level and longevity. Studies say that almond has anti-inflammatory and immunity booster effects.

Bhringraj: Ayurveda considers this herb for longevity and rejuvenation. Studies show that is has antihepatotoxic activity. It also takes care of gastric problems and pain. It gives relief from nausea and vomiting in ulcer patients.

Brahmi: It is a revitalizing herb for the nerves and the brain. It improves intelligence, longevity, and short term memory. It is a good medicine used for all respiratory problems and mental disorders. It also helps in purifying blood and treats chronic skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis, and leprosy.

Saffron: The extracts of saffron can enhance memory and protects brain cells. It is effective in treating stress, anxiety, depression and its related health disorders. It regulates mood, sleep, and appetite.

Gudduchi: This single herb by itself is a powerful longevity enhancer. It is also one of the main ingredients in rasayana (prepared with a combination of herbs) that is used for enhancing longevity. It promotes the coordination between the mind and body. It increases the quality and quantity of life.

Shatavari: According to ancient Ayurvedic scriptures, shatavari is known as a ‘Universal Rasayana’. This herb promotes longevity and rejuvenates the body especially muscle tissues. It is a revitalizer that gives relief from age related problems.

Neem: This bitter Ayurvedic herb is one of the most effective rejuvenator. It enhances longevity and memory. It takes care of ageing disorders. Regular use of this herb gives strong immunity power to the body. It is also used for the treatment of skin problems.

These Ayurvedic herbs have the natural healing power and promote longevity. Regular exercises, yoga, and meditation also add and guarantee your personal wellness. So start on with your new life.

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Ayurvedic Menopause Symptom Remedies

Ayurvedic Remedies are the Best for Treating Menopause Symptoms

By Shankar.

Menopause is a natural state of health condition that every woman in the age group between 45 and 55 has to go through. Women who are at the pre-menopausal stage will have less estrogen and progesterone hormone levels in them causing irregular periods or scanty periods, and then gradually it ends.

The visible symptoms in a woman who reaches the stage of menopause are mood swings, hot flushes or hot flashes, excess sweating especially in the night, weakness, restlessness, sleeplessness, excessive hair fall, and joint pain.

According to Ayurveda information, menopause is not a disease, but a natural health state of women. The advancing age in women brings some changes in physical life causing menopause.

Ayurveda information about menopause is different from medical science. According to Ayurveda, there are three types of menopause known as Vata type menopause, Pitta type menopause, and Kapha type menopause. Each type of menopause will require different method of treatments.

The symptoms of Vata type menopause are stress, anxiety, depression, and sleeplessness. Women with Pitta type menopause show the signs of anger, hot flushes, and irritable nature. The symptoms of Kapha type menopause are excess weight gain and feel of mental heaviness.

For the right treatment, women should know the basic Ayurveda information – its correct treatment, diet chart, exercises, yoga, and meditation. If you follow these ayurvedic treatment and guidance by making slight changes in your lifestyle, you can overcome all the unwanted symptoms of menopause very easily.

There are several natural herbs used in Ayurveda for treating almost all the symptoms of menopause. They help in giving you energy and also treat your emotional disorders. They also help in balancing the hormones and rejuvenate your reproductive system.

 

Alfalfa: This herb has a wide spectrum of nutrients that serve as an antioxidant in the bloodstream. It contains phytoestrogens that is beneficial in regulating the hormones in women in their menopausal stage.

Shatavari: This herb is a good remedy for the menopausal symptoms like hot flashes. It balances the female hormonal system.

Aloe Vera: Prepare a decoction using this herb and milk and drink it to give you relief from all emotional imbalances.

Saffron: Mix a pinch of saffron in a glass of milk and drink it to calm your mind and emotions.

Ashwagandha: It is used as a medicine for treating all the mental disorders. It relaxes your mind and body.

Some women feel that menopause is a freedom from monthly periods, while others are affected mentally and physically. Ayurvedic remedies are the best solution for tackling such problems related to menopause as they do not have any side effects.

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