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The Ayurveda can treat and prevent future attacks of asthma in many people. It uses herbal medicines which are plant-based that have been found effective without causing any significant side effects when used appropriately. You will get to know about Ayurvedic Treatment for Asthma and Ayurvedic medicines for Asthma in this article.
It also provides you a list of Do’s called Pathya and a list of Don’ts called Apathya.
Things to follow
• Yoga especially pranayama
• Household ingredients such as turmeric, ginger, garlic, bitter gourd (known as ‘karela’)
• Pure honey- except for diabetic patients.
Things to avoid in Ayurvedic treatment for Asthma.
• Dust, smoke, etc.
• Excessive exercising/ overexertion.
• Strong odors from paint, cooking, perfumes, etc.
• Food which is cold or dry in nature (curd, dry fruits, etc) and frozen /refrigerated food.
Independent medicinal herbs: These have anti-inflammatory, anti-histaminic, immunomodulatory, bronchodilator qualities. (1), (3), (4)
1. Yashtimadhu (commonly known as Mulethi) powder – with honey or independently if taken as raw.
2. Tulasi – also available as ‘tulasiras’ or ‘tulasipanchang’- 2 tsp in half cup warm water 3-4 times a day
3. Vasa (adhatodavasica- anti-tussive, expectorant)– Available as churna (use with honey )or ras
4. Amla (avoid if asthma associated with cough)
5. Saunth (dried ginger)
Here’s the other drugs for Ayurvedic Treatment for Asthma.
2. Mahalakshmi Vilas Ras
5. Vasa avleha– acts as anti-tussive, expectorant 2
7. Shirishadi compound – nasal spray
Research done for this article about Ayurvedic Treatment For Asthma:
1. Varanasi: Chaukhamba Bharti Academy; 1998. Agnivesh, Charak Samhita, Hindi commentary by Kashinath Pandey and Gorakh Nath Chaturvedi, Sutra Sthana 21: Ver. 25-28; p. 415. [Google Scholar].
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5. Varsakiya J, Kathad D. Ayurvedic Management of non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases: A Review. International Ayurvedic Medical Journal. 7(8): 1357-62.
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