Doctor in Health-total By Anjali Mukerjee
Nice experience. The doctor understood my problem very well
The diet is easy to follow and doctors are experienced.
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Hemanta ritu (winter season) and shishira ritu (cold and dewy season)
- Sweet, sour and salt taste food can be taken. In this season the digestive activity becomes more powerful. Increased vata gets obstructed from spreading out due to cold atmosphere outside which can digest the tissues. More intake of sweet, sour and salt helps reducing the vata.
- Wine prepared from;jaggery;(molasses) can be taken.
- Wheat/gram flour products, milk products, sugarcane products and corn/edible oils can be taken as a part of food.
- Dig into piping hot, oily, sour; salty food along with rice. Also plenty of cow’s milk; cane juice.
- Massage with oil.
- Udwarthan with fine paste/powder of kumkum (kesar).
- Exercise (vyayama).
- Clothing-leather, silk and wool.
- Exposure to sunlight and fire to keep yourself warm.
- Don’t expose yourself to cold.
- Go for an invigorating oil massage followed by tepid water bath.
- Cover your body with sufficient warm wraps.
- Indulge in intense sexual pleasure.
Ayurvedic Remedies For Burns
Ghee - Ghee gives a cooling effect on the skin. Apply on the affected area.
- Wash with Cucumber Water - Put the affected area under running tap water for a few minutes and wash with cucumber water or rose water. Both of these have astringent properties and help in preventing infection.
- Aloe Vera Paste You can also crush Aloe Vera leaves and apply the pulp. If fresh leaves are not easily available, you can use Aloe Vera gel available in stores.
- Honey & Coconut Oil Mix equal amounts of honey with plain coconut oil. Use this mixture on the burn area for relief. Instead of coconut oil you can use sesame oil as well.
- Plain Honey - Apart from its delicious taste, honey may help heal a minor burn when applied topically. Honey is an anti-inflammatory and naturally anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.