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Granulomatous Mastitis Natural Ayurvedic Treatment

Author : Gurnam Saini  

Granulomatous Mastitis Natural Ayurvedic Treatment

Granulomatous mastitis is an inflammatory breast disorder of unknown origin. It is a benign condition that usually affects the women in the childbearing age. Patients suffering from this disorder usually present with a breast lump that grows slowly over a period of time. Ayurveda may be able to offer granulomatous mastitis natural alternative treatment that is aimed at reducing the size of the lump and may help in relieving the symptoms and complications caused due to it.


The onset of granulomatous mastitis is gradual. In most cases, there is no history of trauma or infection to the affected tissues. The breast lesion can be variable in size and is usually unilateral, and firm. The lump is ill defined without any sharp boundaries. The patients may experience a mild pain on touch and pressure. 


The symptoms of this condition are persistent, and usually triggered due to the inflammatory reaction of the breast tissues to a physical trauma or infection.


Sometimes, the cause of granulomatous mastitis cannot be determined. In such cases, the condition is referred to as Idiopathic Granulomatous Mastitis(IGM). Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis is also called granular lobular mastitis.


Some patients may develop Xanthogranulomatous mastitis. Xanthogranulomatous mastitis is an uncommon complication of granulomatous mastitis, which typically affects adult females in their 20s to 70s.


The characteristic features of this condition include the presence of lipid-laden macrophages and multi-nucleated giant cells in the affected tissues. The histopathological examination of the lump may also reveal the presence of cholesterol crystals.


Some other features associated with granulomatous mastitis include a locally inflammatory reaction and a sinus formation. Some patients may develop nipple retraction and an enlargement of the lymph nodes in the axillary region.


Granulomatous mastitis may occur as a rare complication of pulmonary tuberculosis, polyangiitis and sarcoidosis. The risk of severe mastitis symptoms is higher in the women having diabetes and those who developed the disease following a silicone injection or an abnormal reaction to any foreign body.


A regular holistic treatment advised by the Ayurvedic naturopath may help patients derive relief from the symptoms of this condition. It may also reduce the risk of this disease by controlling its predisposing factors.


Natural Traditional Ayurvedic Remedies For Mastitis


Patients diagnosed with Granulomatous mastitis may be treated with the natural remedies for reduce the mastitis symptoms given below.


Neem (Azadirachta indica): Granulomatous abscess can be managed by using Neem. This herb acts as a natural antibacterial agent. [1]


Kanchnaar (Bauhinia variegata): Kanchnaar can be used to provide relief from the pain and tenderness in the breasts. With regular use, it may reduce the size of lump or node and may control the progress of this disease. [2]


Jatyadi Oil: Jatyadi Oil can be recommended for the mastitis abscess sinus treatment. It may prevent pus formation and supports healing of the inflamed and infected sinus tissues in the breasts. [3]


Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia): Women can use manjistha during pregnancy and breastfeeding (only under the supervision of your ayurvedic practitioner or doctor) to prevent infections and inflammation in the breasts. It may also produce an antioxidant effect and prevents oxidative damage to the breasts. This may reduce the risk of inflammation. [4]


Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia):This herb can acts as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial agent. It can also promotes the functions of the immune system. These properties can help to control infections and reduce the size of the lump. [5]


Jatyadi Oil: Jatyadi Oil is a tradtional ayurvedic formulation in which the coconut oil is processed with various ancient herbs. It can be recommended for the mastitis abscess sinus treatment. It may prevent pus formation and supports healing of the inflamed and infected sinus tissues in the breasts. [3]


Ayurveda Natural Treatment for Mastitis Breastfeeding


The natural herbs recommended by Ayurveda may restore the balance of tridosha in the body and reduce the risks associated with breastfeeding. Ayurvedic treatments can also help to minimize the inflammation in the breast tissues and can improve the body’s ability to fight infections.


Ayurveda herbs may be combined with an Ayurvedic diet that includes foods, which  can promote a healthy regeneration of cells. 


Ayurvedic Clinic and Practitioner In Melbourne, Australia


Granulomatous mastitis can be managed by using Ayurvda herbal remedies. Ayurvedic practioners at the ayurvedic clinic in Melbourne can suggest natural herbs to promote the healing of the affected breast tissues and which can help restore its normal structure. 


Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic” may also recommend panchakarma which may speed up the recovery of patients. Panchakarma therapy can works by supporting the ability of the body to eliminate toxins. This can protect the healthy cells and tissues against the damage caused by toxic substances accumulated in the body. Management of granulomatous mastitis as recommended by the ayurvedic system of medicine can provide long-term results for keeping the symptoms and complications of this disease in control.




If you wish to enquire more information on Mastitis Ayurvedic Natural Treatment in Melbourne, you may contact us at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic.






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Author Bio:

Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More