Sunday, June 4, 2017

AYURVEDIC DELICACIES

AGE OLD DELICACIES ARE RESPECTED AND FOLLOWED SINCE AGES  SO DOES AYURVEDIC DIET RECIPES 

For  health and longevity Ayurveda has set some food regime depending upon the location where the people are living they are used as we call staple .these foods will not only help the health and longevity today we can challenge the  health benefits.ayurvedic cosines are very simple and reachable to poor to poorest with health benefits .if we take tapioca  which is said be starchy in nature is said to fill  satiety and arum which is also a tuber is good for female health not but least potatoes and sweet potatoes which are handy for any one to cook. apart from theses some of the communities use bamboo rice .red rice brown rice.barley. jawar. korralu and ragulu . 
These traditional dishes are packed with high fibers and natural nutrients which are rather wholesome with taste and wellness.
BAMBOO RICE PORRIDGE:  This recipe is very famous in tribal Andra and Orissa  
1)take 1/4 cup of bamboo rice powdered  ;1/4 of roasted green gram powdered  ; jaggery small peace and coconut milk 1/4 cup
method of preparation: take a small bowl add 3cups of water and add the powder of bamboo rice and green gram and mix them thoroughly until they mix in water after three to four minutes add coconut milk and jaggery and bring it to thick porridge  serve it in a fresh bowl add cinnamon for smell 
this recipe is easily digestible and health . the medicinal effect of bamboo rice is said to anti arthritis. if taken with little quantities its benficial                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  



                                                                                                                                                                  

Thursday, April 20, 2017

PILES IN AYURVEDA

                                                                   PILES OR HEMORRHOIDS
Piles or hemorrhoids are called as ARSHASU meaning that which effects the  body or an enemy that bothers our body . Ayurveda  has defined this as vata pitta kapha and sannipataja  raktaja abhighataja  or sahaja that which occurs due to birth or injuries or hereditary factors    

in modern science they are called due to the varicose  veins (where the veins get folded or blocked and engorged ) inflamed condition of rhe veins around the anal canal hence the patient complains of small skin tags coming out at the end of anal tract 

the primary cause of piles is constipation  or  diarrhea where the walls of the anal canal undergo pressure and produce the venal varicose.some morbid conditions of liver also said to produce pressure on veins

sinple way of defining piles is of two types 1) external 2) internal  and dry and bleeding are two types. those piles with bleeding type are more trouble some  than  dry type .piles are more common in females than male as the female gets during the course of pregnancy.delivery or  post postpartum that is after delivery .

ayurveda says that piles are common in weak .obese and those who strain during defecation. 

Food also plays a major role in piles problem.  It is  mostly seen in people who do not take fluids. and taking plenty alcohol and smoking and cool drinks aggravates piles .taking plenty of non vegetarian foods either raw or fried with
spicy oily salty and sour and bitter foods produces constipation and digestive problems which again produce piles 

piles if neglected may lead to prolapse of the anus or rectum  which is very rare 
DIAGNOSIS OF PILES
the diagnosis of piles is done by manual examination which is called per rectal examination or by sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy.

TREATMENT OF PILES: When the pile mass is small the treatment and the diet works very well 

taking SATVIKA AAHARA MEANING that which assimilates fast and does not produce constipation is the right food . taking plenty fruits and green leafy vegetables enhances the intestinal activity and relieves constipation 
Ayurvedic  texts  advocates drinking plenty of butter milk cures piles.

70% population do have pile masses but they are harmless for some and due to life style and bad food habits the end up into problematic disease 

SYMPTOMS include pain in the rectal canal .pain during or after defecation. lump that is felt in the anal region some times bleeding with mucus discharge 
AYURVEDIC REMEDIES : Taking fluids like water.whole grains. bran and fruits and fruit juices helps in relieving constipation 
Do not strain when passing stools. keep the anal area clean. Do not sit for long hours on an hard object.
HERBAL REMEDIES :  Take three phala powder daily after food with warm water. take ABHAYA karakkayya 1/4 teaspoon in warm water after dinner.
There are medicines called CHIRUBILWADI LEHYAM OR KASHAYAM. SAMASHARA CHURNAM. ARSHOHARA VATI 
when it comes to treatment its better to consult and a doctor 
the said medicines are for understanding and treatment varies from doctor to doctor.