Nowadays, gynecological problems are becoming common. One of the common problems is termed as endometriosis. It affects 10 to 20 percent of women of childbearing age worldwide.
What is Endometriosis?
Every month ovaries produces hormones that cause swelling and thickening of endometrium (mucus cells linings) of the uterus. The uterus sheds these mucous membranous cells along with menstrual blood through the vagina during the menstruation. When endometrium grows outside of the uterus, it results in the endometriosis.
The presence of endometrium (uterine mucous membrane) outside the lining of uterus is known endometriosis. It causes painful periods and premenstrual pain.
Endometriosis Treatment in Ayuevda
Endometriosis is caused by aggravation of Kapha humor, according to ayurveda. However, other two humors (Vata & Pitta) may be associated with the occurrence of this disease, but the dominant humor is Kapha.
Kapha dosha controls the endometrial tissue growth in the uterus and Pitta controls the uterine blood flow and menstrual cycle. Vata controls the hormonal functions through the brain by stimulation of hormone production. Pain in endometriosis is due to the Vata humor.
Derangement in natural functions of these ayurvedic three humors may cause endometriosis, as per ayurvedic science.
Symptoms of Endometriosis
Pelvic pain is the main symptom of this disease. The occurrence of the pelvic pain may be linked with the menstrual period. Often women with endometriosis experience abdominal pain before and during the menstruation.
The following are the symptoms that may appear:
Endometriosis treatment in ayurveda is based on the concept of balancing the three body humors and restoring their natural functions. Ayurvedic methods of treatment are explained below:
Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica)
Shatavari (Indian asparagus)
Ayurvedic therapies and Panchkarma Detox for Endometriosis
Following Ayurvedic panchkarma detoxification therapies may be useful in the cases of Endometriosis
Virechana helps in gynecological disease by detoxifying the body and increasing the efficacy of the ayurvedic medicines and enhancing the absorption of active principle of herbs in the body.
Vasti procedure pacifies the vata, one of the associated causes of pain in endometriosis. It helps to reduce the pain and helps to restore the natural functions of the pelvic organs.
Uttara vasti is an ayurvedic procedure in which a small amount of medicaments is inserted through the vagina. It ihas been effectively used in ayurveda for female reproductive disorders ad may be beneficial in female infertility and endometriosis.
Yoga poses may also be very helpful for gynecological diseases. These poses include thunderbolt pose or rock pose (vajrasana), supported butterfly pose or reclined bound angle pose (supta baddha konasana), hero pose (virasana), reclined hero pose (supta virasana), seated wide legged straddle (upavistha konasana), etc.
If you wish to enquire more information on Endometriosis Ayurvedic Natural Treatment in Melbourne, you may contact us at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic.
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2. Neelam Kumari Singh, ‘Management of uterine fibroid with Ayurvedic intervention’, Ayurscientifica- An International Journal of Traditional and Integrative Medical Sciences, https://ayurscientifica.com/ReportFile/d76398e601694ad29525afdd71b21fc3.pdf
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