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What should be the Ayurvedic Treatment of Hypertension?

Ayurvedic Treatment of Hypertension From Ayurvedic perspective, hypertension is commonly a Pitta condition. However, it can occur in the other doshas as well. The treatment of hypertension is very similar to the treatment of heart diseases. Herbs such as gotu kola, calamus, valerian, skullcap, and jatamamsi are particularly useful. Vata Hypertension Kapha Hypertension Pitta Hypertension Vata Hypertension: (Symptoms and Treatment) Symptoms: * The blood pressure may rise suddenly and fall suddenly with nervous tension. * Irregular or erratic pulse both in rhythm and strength. * An increase in blood pressure will be followed by worry, strain, overwork, anxiety or insomnia. * Frequently associated with nervous system disorders. Treatment Tonification therapy: Garlic is very good for this condition. Eat an entire crushed clove (with honey) once or twice a week. Take nutmeg or saraswat powder in warm milk. Ashwagandha preparations. Herbal Combination Ashwagandha - 1 part Valerian - 1 part Gotu kola - 1 part Mix well and take 1-3 grams of the powdered herbs with warm water or with ghee. Kapha Hypertension (Symptoms and Treatment) Symptoms * The blood pressure remains continually high. (no fluctuation as in Pitta hypertension.) * Obesity * Tiredness * Edema * High cholesterol. Treatment Avoid dairy, butter, eggs and high fat foods. Incorporate plenty of hot spices in the diet, particularly mustard and onions. Herbs: Cayenne, myrrh, garlic, motherwort and hawthorn berries. Avoid licorice. Herbal Combinations Arjuna preparations Trikatu. Pitta Hypertension: Symptoms and Treatment Symptoms * Flushed face * Red eyes * Violent headaches * Sensitivity to light * Nosebleeds * Anger * Irritabi
Tue, 26 Apr 2011
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I am not against Ayurveda but I would like to say some thing.
Ayurvedic medicines were effective at the time of Charak, but hundreds of years have passed and all atmosphere and time has changed so now these medicines are working or not,we do not know.
In old time as per example Serpina was given for hypertension but now a days how many Ayurvedic people (I will call Vaidraj and not doctors) know about this ? It is completely abolished from the list as it has got impotence property.
So what i am of opinion that medicine working at the time of Charak now will be useless and so now ayurvedic medicine require research and statistic so that people know about and use of it.
Previously people thought that ayurvedic medicines were cheap but now as you all know the price.
the name of articles you mentioned, used in various conditions,we should find out the active ingredients from these articles and we should separate and remaining should be removed so that side effects of the medicines can be minimize.
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U know if i read such long topics.. Mera BP apne-aap badh jata hain!!!
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Ok guys tell me sum thing about LOW BLOOD SUGAR !!!!
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Ok guys tell me sum thing about LOW BP !!!!
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Hello , Its pretty good & informative article !!!
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