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Haridwar Ayurveda College
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
University of Pune, Pune
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  • Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM, PDCR, MBA
    Asthma Specialist, Allergist, Allergist/ Immunologist, Alternative Medicine, Regenerative Medicine, Panchakarma, Ayurveda, Obesity Specialist, Health Specialist, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Sexologist
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Kidney failure and other kidney problems are the leading causes of death nowadays. Common problems that lead to kidney failure include chronic blood pressure and chronic uncontrolled diabetes. However, there are a number of ayurvedic medications which help solve kidney failure and other kidney problems including;

    1. Punarnava

    Punarnava is commonly called hogweed as well but the medical name for it is boerhavia diffusa. It is extremely helpful in preventing micturition, a disorder which is characterized by unexplained fainting after urinating. However, that is not the only symptoms hogweed helps with as it also removes excess water from the body due to kidney failure.

    2. Varun

    Varun is commonly known as caper and is medically known as crataeva nurvala. The diseases which varun is best at dealing with are urinary tract infections and renal stones. Varun also helps in stopping the swelling and extra fluid accumulation after kidney failure.

    3. Gokshura

    Gokshura is known as tribulus terrestris and is an herbal tonic for the genito-urinary system. Gokshura is one of the best ways to avoid dialysis. This is because it stops infections from occurring and also clears obstructions in the urinary tract. It is also very good at regenerating the kidney cells.

    4. Raktachandan

    Rakt chandan is known as p. Santalinus or red sandalwood and is another excellent remedy for kidney problems. It acts as both a diuretic and an anti-infectant.

    5. Palaash

    Palaash, medically, is known as butea monosperma. It is a type of urinary alkalizer and it also stops micturition. A urinary alkalizer is a medication which allows the urine to pass more easily. This is yet another great remedy for kidney failure.

    6. Kaasni

    Kaasni is commonly known as chicory but its medical name is cichorium intybus. Kaasni gives strength to the kidneys and is also a very good alkalizer. However, its most valuable property is the fact that it helps in nephritis and nephrotic syndrome (disorder of the kidneys characterized by protein loss).
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Drug addiction is an addiction of a very severe kind. This causes the sufferer i. E. The drug addict to seek and use drugs compulsively despite the destructive consequences to themselves and those around them. This is known as a chronic brain disease because of the functional and structural changes it causes in the brain. It is the overpowering dependence on illegal or legal medications and drugs. One cannot quit taking drugs just by strong will or good intentions. Ayurveda's holistic method combines exercises, meditation, and herbal medicines to cure addiction towards drugs.

    Ayurvedic remedies:

    Panchakarma therapies-only an ayurvedic expert should perform the panchakarma therapies and rituals on you. It promotes cleanliness and helps in detoxifying the body. These therapies are done using various herbs and oils in accordance with the ancient traditions to eliminate negative conditions.
    Virechana-it is the most useful panchakarma therapy to treat addiction. Virechana is known to cleanse the gastro-intestinal tract and purify the blood of toxins of a period of a few days. It helps decontaminate your spleen, stomach, liver, kidneys, colon, intestines and sweat glands through varied herbs and laxatives such as castor oil, mango juice, raisins, cow's milk, psyllium seeds, flaxseed husk, prune and senna.
    Rasayana therapies-rasayana therapy is another very useful ayurvedic treatment for treating drug abuse and addiction. It is based upon the transmutation and conservation of energy to improve the mental as well as physical characteristics in order to increase your body's natural metabolic processes while enhancing your immune system and brain function. Rasayana therapy consists of intricate face, head and full body massages which are combined with medicated creams and herb oils. This therapy is also useful to remove artificial aging which occurs due to prolonged drug abuse.
    Yoga-the chaotic chemicals are known to wreak havoc on the drug addict's brain during the process of recovery. Resorting to exercise or yoga will help generate extra endorphins which are very helpful for clarity. To recover from drug addiction, you must join a structured yoga class along with other ayurvedic therapies. Yoga is beneficial since it stimulates every part of your body without applying too much stress on any one part.
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Yauvan pidika or acne vulgaris is an inflammatory skin disorder which is prevalent in both males and females. When the sebaceous glands present on skin produce excessive sebum, the hair follicles present on skin get clogged leading to the formation of acne. According to ayurveda, kapha, pitta & rakta and meda or fat dhathu are responsible for producing acne.

    Ayurvedic treatment aims to eliminate the problem from its root. Herbs like lodhra (symplocos racemosa), manjishtha (rubia cordifolia) and kushta (saussurea lappa) are known for their properties to reduce acne. Turmeric (curcuma longa) and chandana (santalum album) are also effective in treating acne. The application of jaiphal (myristica fragrans) and khas-khas (vetiveria zizanioides) is believed to provide satisfactory results. Neem (azadirachta indica), guduchi (tinospora cordifolia) are known for their blood purifying properties, which can lessen the occurrence of acne and pimple in the long run.

    The following are some of the ayurvedic remedies for treating acne:

    1. To reduce the growth of pimple, rub water on jamun (syzygium cumini) seed and apply it on the pimple.

    2. The peel of orange has medicinal properties that can be used effectively in the treatment of pimple. Make a paste of orange peel powder and rose water; apply it on your face on a regular basis. It is an effective remedy that cures acne and improves the skin tone.

    3. To achieve an immediate result, apply a paste of lodhra (symplocos crateigodies), vach (acorus calamus) and dhania (coriander). Improvement will be noticed within 7 days.

    4. A paste of red chandan (red sandalwood) and jaiphal (nutmeg) are also effective in reducing the appearance of acne and pimples.

    5. Apply a paste of masoor dal (red lentils) with milk, ghee and camphor on your face. It reduces the appearance of acne and clears the scars which are left behind.

    6. Prepare a paste of lemon, kalaunji (seeds of fennel flower) and milk. Apply it on your face on a regular basis before going to bed. Wash your face with lukewarm water in the morning. This remedy ensures speedy disappearance of acne.

    7. Make a mixture of nimbu (lemon), extracts of tulsi (basil) and black kasundi (coffee pods), dry it in sun and apply the mixture on face. It is a powerful remedy that is known to cure the problem of acne.
    Besides these home remedies, a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle will also enable you to reduce the risk of recurrent acne.
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Ayurveda propagates the use of several herbs directly on the scalp to treat hair loss. These herbs are available in powdered form or the form of oil in most Ayurvedic stores. Some are also packaged and sold commercially at local grocers. Let's have a look at the some of the ayurvedic treatments, which are proved beneficial for preventing hair loss:

    1. Bhringaraj – The King Of Herbs

    Bringharaj has natural rejuvenating properties. Translated, it means “king of hair.” Not only does it help promote hair growth, but it also reverses balding. It can be used to prevent premature graying. Considered as a natural conditioner, it is commonly available in powdered form and as an oil. It has a calming effect when applied to the scalp and helps insomniacs sleep better. When you are stressed about work or are tossing and turning, massage some bhringaraj oil onto your scalp and feel the immediate difference.

    How to use it:

    Make a paste out of the leaves and apply it on the scalp for some time before washing it off. Some people do not have easy access to this herb. Thus, you can grab a pack of dried Bhringraj, steep 5-6 tbsps in warm water and apply the paste for 20 minutes before washing off. Doing this on a regular basis promotes hair growth.

    To get the best results, massage bhringraj oil onto your scalp and leave it on overnight. Shampoo in the morning and wash off with lukewarm water. Alternatively, you can make a paste of bhringaraj powder, amla powder, and tulsi. You can add coconut oil to this mixture to make your hair look shinier. Wash the hair pack after a couple of hours. Acting as a conditioning pack, the combination of bhringaraj, amla and tulsi helps hair growth.

    2. The Indian Gooseberry

    Better known as Amla or Amalaki, this ayurvedic solution for hair fall helps in treating indigestion and purifies the blood. It acts as a preventive measure for dandruff and is also a rich conditioner. By itself, it cannot impart color, but the combination of amla and shikakai is used for natural brown hair. One can apply amla to one's hair or even eat it for strong, healthy and lustrous hair. Amla reduces the itchiness of the scalp. It is rich in Vitamin C, which solves many hair problems from within.

    How to Use It:

    Mix powdered Amla and water to make a paste which you can apply to your scalp to promote thick and black hair.

    Make a paste of amla and shikakai powder and warm water and leave it overnight. Apply on your scalp and leave it on for 30 minutes. Wash the hair with a mild shampoo. You can also crush the amla fruit and apply the juice on the scalp. This is said to provide nourishment to the roots and make them strong. You could make amla oil by soaking the fruit in coconut oil for a few days. Apply this oil on the scalp and wash off after an hour.

    3. Neem

    For years, neem has been used to treat skin conditions and hair loss. Since it has several medicinal properties, doctors recommend neem soaps during minor ailments and illnesses. It is often used to relieve itchiness and inflammation during chicken pox and measles. Regular use of neem on the scalp improves blood circulation and strengthens the roots, which in turn promotes hair growth. Neem is also used to reduce dandruff and lice. When the scalp is affected by dryness, scaliness, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis and excessive sebum, the hair roots get damaged. This causes hair loss. Promoting hair growth, neem helps treat these conditions.

    How to Use It:

    Neem soaps available commonly in stores can be used on the scalp as well as skin. However, for best results, boil neem leaves in water and make a hair rinse. Use it after shampooing. You can also add neem leaves to your bath water. For lustrous and shiny hair, add neem oil to olive or coconut oil. Apply it to your scalp and wash it with a mild shampoo. You can also make a paste of neem powder and warm water. Apply and leave it on the scalp for 30 minutes before shampooing.

    4. Ritha

    Ritha or soap nuts have been used by women for centuries as a natural shampoo. When used regularly, ritha promotes hair growth and makes hair thick and beautiful. Since it is mild, it can be used as an everyday shampoo without causing damage to your hair. If shampooing your hair everyday worries you, choose this natural alternative. Ritha also conditions your hair while cleansing it.

    How to Use It:

    To make your own ritha shampoo, remove the seeds, crush them and soak them for 8 hours or overnight. Soaking them for so long ensures that all the goodness in the form of saponins is extracted. Saponin is what makes your hair healthy and strong. Once you are sure all the saponin is extracted, you can now start making your own shampoo. You can also boil this liquid. Once it starts boiling, let it simmer for a bit. Use this concentrated liquid as a shampoo. Remember that it does not lather much and you may need to use it a few times to understand the quantity you may need.

    5. Shikakai

    Shikakai literally means fruit for hair. When the fruit is mixed in water, it foams up like soap. Shikakai is rich in antioxidants and contains large doses of Vitamin C and D. This is helpful for hair growth and nourishment. Regular use of shikakai will help your locks become long and lustrous. It has low pH levels and is hence mild. Most damage to hair is done by hair products that have harsh chemicals. Shikakai won't strip your hair of natural oils. It detangles hair, which also reduces hair fall. It reduces dandruff and conditions hair to make it look shiny and beautiful.

    How To Use It:

    Shikakai shampoos are available everywhere; however, making your own shikakai shampoo is better than commercially sold counterparts. You can use shikakai powder and make a fine paste with warm water. Use this paste as a shampoo. It will lather a little. You can also use this paste as a hair mask. Leave it on for 30 minutes and wash it off. You can also make shikakai tea and use it as a rinse. Boil a few spoonfuls of shikakai in herbal tea and let it steep for 5 hours. Pass this through a sieve and add a cup and a half of hot water to it. Use this as a hair rinse after shampooing. Make a batch of shikakai oil and use it on your scalp instead of the regular oil you use. To make this oil, mix a few spoonfuls of shikakai powder and coconut or olive oil and store in a jar. Shake the jar vigorously. Keep it in a cool and dry place for a few weeks. Keep shaking it so the shikakai does not settle.

    Apart from these ayurvedic remedies for hair fall, there are three major daily hair care tips that you need to follow to ensure that your hair growth occurs unhindered! They are mentioned below.

    Avoid combing the hair when it is wet, as the hair is said to be more prone to breakage.

    Sleep is essential for at least 8 hours a day, to promote healthy hair growth.
    Drinking plenty of water and a good diet is important for a proper functioning of the body, thus leading to proper hair growth.
    Avoid excess indulgence in alcohol, cigarettes, and other intoxicants.
    A paste of licorice and milk or black pepper and lemon seeds can be applied to the bald patches.
    Consume raw vegetables and salads on a daily basis.
    Deal with stress and sleeplessness effectively with yoga and exercise.
  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Here are eight ayurveda tips that can naturally and gently guide you toward holistic and healthy weight loss, without the use of chemicals, processed food, or extreme diets.

    1. Drink a large glass of warm water with lemon in it upon waking to stimulate the bowels. This boosts the entire digestive system and gives you a fresh start to your day.

    2. Exercising enough to break a sweat is suggested as a daily morning practice for healthy weight loss; 45-60 minutes is ideal, but even 30 will do. Find an activity that you can do for the rest of your life, or at least for the foreseeable future.

    3. Find five to 10 or more minutes of peace and relaxation in the morning. Mind/body practices like yoga, meditation elicit a relaxation response in the body. This helps to alleviate stress, one of the main causes of weight gain. It also puts us in a more mindful and present state of mind, allowing us to be better decision-makers as our day proceeds.

    4. Eat three meals a day, with no snacking. Food is a fast-burning fuel, and when your body is given a constant fuel line, it forgets how to burn fat. Have breakfast, a medium-sized meal, between 7: 30 and 9: 00 am. Have lunch, your largest meal, between 11: 00 am and 2: 00 pm. Have dinner, your smallest meal, between 5: 30 pm and 8: 00 pm, when your digestion is weakest.

    5. Eat with the season, and preferably the region. Through the long, hot days of summer, nature offers us high-carbohydrate fruits and fresh vegetables to keep us cool and energized. In the winter, the bounty consists of root vegetables, stored nuts, seeds and fruits, heavier meats and cheeses, and stored grains to insulate us from the cold. In the damp days of spring, nature brings us berries, green leafy vegetables, and sprouts to cleanse us from the heavy and acidic winter diet. When we eat as much organic and local food as possible, and feast on seasonal, whole foods, our bodies naturally digest and assimilate nutrients.

    6. Experience all six tastes. In ayurveda, we recognize six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter, and astringent. Be sure to incorporate all six tastes into your daily diet. Sweet, sour and salty tastes are anabolic, or building, in nature and need the pungent, bitter, and astringent tastes, which are catabolic, or burning in nature, to balance them out. Too many sweet, sour, and salty tastes, as seen in the standard diet, can cause fast weight gain. Foods that are bitter, such as leafy greens; pungent, such as spicy chili peppers; and astringent, such as pomegranate seeds, offer healthy counterpoints to the building nature of the sweet, sour, and salty tastes.

    7. Move a little after each meal. Going for short walks after each meal stimulates peristalsis and digestion. Its most important to go for a wal'k after lunch, preferably 10 to 20 minutes at a moderate pace. If possible, lie on your left side after walking for 10 minutes to further aid in digestion.

    8. Go to bed with the sun, and rise with the sun. Tapping into our natural circadian rhythms create a major hormone-balancing effect. Anthropologically speaking, our ancestors had no reason to stay up late at night. They would have slowed down when the sun went down, and maybe sat around a fire or a candle for a while before calling it a day. The screens that we stare at late at night cause stimulation in the brain that keeps us awake and wired after our body naturally wants to slow down. Two hours before bed, start to limit your screen time. Go to bed before 10: 00 pm, when we get our second wind. Obtaining a proper seven to nine hours of sleep a night gives the body time to detoxify and reset for the next day, and helps maintain healthy levels of cortisol (a stress-response hormone that causes weight gain).
  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    In ayurveda, Charak Samhita describes eight different types of bodies that are disease prone. Out of these, the obese body is described as the one afflicted with the most diseases and troubles. Obesity is the condition or physical state of the body when excessive deposition of fat takes place in the adipose tissue.

    Extra fat puts a strain on the heart, kidneys, liver and the joints such as the hips, knees and ankles and thus, overweight people are susceptible to several diseases like coronary thrombosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, gout, liver and gall bladder disorders. Chief cause of obesity is overeating, irregular eating habits and not following the rules of eating or mixing non-compatible food items in one meal.

    To decrease weight and get rid of obesity three things must be kept in mind:
    1. Controlling eating habits.
    2. Regular exercise.
    3. Avoiding the causes of weight gain

    Diet recommended to lose weight

    Early morning
    Juice of half a lemon mixed in a glass of warm water and a teaspoon of honey.

    Wheat or Mung bean sprouts and a cup of skimmed milk.

    A glass of orange, pineapple or carrot juice.

    Salad of raw vegetables such as carrot, beet, cucumber, cabbage, tomatoes. Steamed or boiled vegetables Whole grain bread or whole wheat chapatis (Indian bread) and a glass of buttermilk. Roasted cumin seeds, green coriander leaves, a little salt and some grated ginger mixed in the buttermilk.

    Coconut water, Dry fruits,Lemon tea,Fresh vegetable soup

    Whole grain bread or chapatis, Steamed vegetables, Seasonal fruits except banana and apple.

    Home Remedies for Losing Weight

    --Increase the quantity of fruits and vegetables and low calorie foods.
    --Avoid intake of too much salt as it may be a factor for increasing body weight.
    --Milk products like cheese, butter etc. and non-vegetarian foods should be avoided as they are rich in fat.
    --Mint is very beneficial in losing weight. A chutney of green mint with some simple spices can be taken with meals. Mint tea also helps.
    --Spices like dry ginger, cinnamon, black pepper etc. are good for loosing weight and can be used in a number of ways.
    --Regular intake of carrot juice.
    --Avoid rice and potato, which contain a lot of carbohydrates. Among cereals wheat is good.
    --Vegetables like bitter gourd (Karela), and bitter variety of drumstick are useful in loosing weight.
    --Honey is an excellent home remedy for obesity. It mobilizes the extra deposited fat in the body allowing it to be utilized as energy for normal functions.
    Dosage: One should start with small quantity of about 10 grams or a tablespoon, taken with hot water early in the morning. A teaspoonful of fresh lemon juice may also be added.
    --Fasting on honey and lime- juice is highly beneficial in the treatment of obesity without the loss of energy and appetite. For this, mix one teaspoon of fresh honey with the juice of half a lime in a glass of lukewarm water.
    Dosage: Take several times a day at regular intervals.
    --Raw or cooked cabbage inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydrates into fat. Hence, it is of great value in weight reduction.
    --Exercise is an important part of any weight reduction plan. It helps to use up calories stored in body as fat. Walking is the best exercise to begin with and may be followed by running, swimming or rowing.

  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Here are 7 tips for men to keep in mind for maximum sexual health:

    Eat a healthy diet a many men are surprised to learn that what they eat can affect their sexual performance, but it does. By eating healthy foods that are rich in nutrients and low in fats, you will keep your sexual system in good working order. Strive for plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean cuts of meat, whole grains and low-fat milk.

    Stop smoking many doctors agree that smoking can be a major cause of sexual dysfunction in men. Studies have found that a major of men who suffer from ed are smokers, and that smoking can also reduce sperm count and quality. Smoking damages the small arteries that feed blood to the penis, making it difficult at times to maintain an erection.

    Reduce your alcohol intake while you may enjoy the buzz you feel when you drink alcoholic beverages, you are putting yourself at risk for ed. Alcohol may make you feel sexier by lowering inhibitions, but it also reduces libido, causes erection problems, and often times impairs the ability to have an orgasm.

    Learn to manage stress in your life stress can leave you feeling exhausted, worried, uptight and very nervous, and can also lead to sexual problems as well. If you allow stress to manage your life, instead of the other way around, your life will soon feel as if it is out of control. Learn stress management techniques, find ways to handle anger and sadness, and you will be doing your part to maintain your sexual health (and your sanity).

    Do kegel exercises usually associated with women, kegel exercises can increase sexual enjoyment in men as well. Kegels are a way to strengthen the muscles that connect the base of the penis with the tailbone. These muscles act to control the flow of fluids through the urethra, so by learning how to control them, you can delay ejaculation to heighten your orgasm. To learn how these muscles feel, try stopping the flow of urine the next time you urinate. These are the muscles you need to tighten, so to do kegels, just squeeze the muscles, hold them for a few seconds, and then relax them. By contracting these muscles, you gradually build up their strength, and your pleasure.

    Avoid illegal substances unfortunately, some men will take illegal drugs to get high, thinking that it will enhance their sexual experience. But it most cases, it has the opposite effect. If you want to avoid ed, then avoid illegal substances.

    Maintain a positive attitude medical studies prove that men who have a positive attitude towards life also enjoy a problem free sex life as well. So, adjust your attitude to a positive one, and enjoy the benefits!
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    'when the diet is wrong medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need'
    Taking heavy meals in short durations without earlier meals properly digested produces toxins.
    Kala viruddha (time against): intake of cold and dry substances in winter, pungent and hot substances in summer.
    The combination of fruit salad, milk and banana should be avoided.
    Using yogurt with milk, fish with milk, achar (pickle) with milk, honey with ghee (butter) are some virudha ahara (incompetent food) if taken together, they produce a lot of toxins in our body.
    Drinking buttermilk is excellent as it is easily digestible, kindles hunger, instigates vata and kapha and cures dropsy, haemorrhoids, enlargement of the abdomen, abdominal tumour, duodenal diseases, dysuria, enlargement of spleen, loss of appetite, and anaemia.
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  • MBA, PDCR, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCRCDM
    Easy Ayurvedic solutions to ageing!

    Are you one of those geniuses who cry on their every birthday? The nightmare that growing up is; has you bawling your eyes out every year when you look in the mirror and see that one newborn wrinkle! Botox is not the solution, neither is plastic surgery.

    Not to miss the fact that there are a million creams available for wrinkles in the market (and most of our celebrities swearing by them), but why go cream shopping when you can simply go Ayurvedic!

    Here are five simple Ayurvedic tricks that will destroy all your wrinkles:

    1. Massage your face with almond oil or just apply castor oil on your wrinkles at night and leave it overnight. It’s easy and simple. You will definitely start noticing the difference.

    2. A very effective treatment for wrinkles is Indian gooseberry or Amlaki. They are a rich source of vitamin C and rubbing it on the wrinkles will definitely lighten them.

    3. Grate some cucumber and sieve it to get the juice. Apply the juice on the wrinkle affected area daily for half an hour and see visible results within two weeks.

    4. Eat a mixture made of ginger and honey to treat the wrinkles. It will not only reduce them but also keep them at bay.

    5. Tulsi or Basil is famous for its anti-ageing properties. Drink a decoction made from the leaves or simply chew a few leaves every day to slacken the development of wrinkles. Growing up is inevitable, but delaying it is definitely a piece of cake with Ayurveda!
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