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Sudarsanasavam 435 Ml
Sudarsanasavam is an Ayurvedic medicine that can help in the treatment of viral fever, chronic fever and lung problems. A fever or a heightened temperature is a common symptom of being unwell. When there is an infection or stress to the body, it causes a fever. The exact cause of the fever can be found in a number of possible underlying conditions. However, Ayurvedic medicine treats fever as a disease in itself and uses antipyretic herbs and treatments to control the same. Sudarsanasavam’s antipyretic has been shown to help in the treatment of fevers that arise due to varied causes. It has ingredients that have been used for centuries for their antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Balances the Vata and Pitta Doshas
It is a blood purifier
Dhataki (Woodfordia fruticosa)
Is an immunomodulator
It is useful in the treatment of dysentery, bleeding problems, rheumatism and pitta fevers.
It boosts immunity
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)
Helps balance all three Doshas
Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica)
Supports the Rasa and Mamsa Dhatus
Is used in traditional medicine as an antibacterial, antiinflammatory
Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)
The Indian gooseberry
It is rich in Vitamin C
It is used in Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-oxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory
Haridra (Curcuma longa)
Reduces toxins (Ama)
Daruharidra (Berberis aristata)
Is used in Ayurveda as anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-diabetic and antitumour
Kantakari (Solanum surattnse)
Has antitumorigenic, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, antioxidant, diuretic and antipyretic properties.
Brahati (Solanum indicum)
One of the Dasha Moola herbs.
Is an Ayurvedic anti-inflammatory.
Shati (Kaempferia galanga)
It is used for pain relief
Sunthi (Zingiber officinale)
Aids in proper digestion
Maricha (Piper nigrum)
Analgesic and antipyretic
Balances Kapha and Vata Doshas.
Aggravates Pitta Dosha
Helps the digestive fire (Agni)
Pippali (Piper longum)
Balances Vata and Kapha Doshas
Does not aggravate Pitta
Pippalimool (Piper longum)
Root of Pepper
Murva (Chonemorpha macrophylla)
Balances all three Doshas
Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
Balances all the three Doshas
This herb is used as an adaptogen in Ayurveda.
It helps the body resist stress and illness.
Duralabha (Tragia involucrata)
It has diaphoretic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties
Useful in the treatment of skin diseases
Katurohini (Picrorhiza kurroa)
Adults 15 to 25 ml and children 5 to 15 ml or as prescribed by an Ayurvedic physician. Self-medication is not advised.
Ayurveda’s Perspective On Fever
Ayurveda names fever as Jwara Roga. Fever is linked to the accumulation of toxins in the body.
The actual fever is caused by the lowering of the temperature in the gastrointestinal tract and the increase of temperature on the outer surfaces of the body.
When the metabolic process is not complete in the body there is the formation of a metabolic waste called Ama. Ama is the cause of many health problems. When Ama is present in the body for a long time it becomes a highly toxic Amavisha. When the Ama that is accumulated blocks the sweat channels of the body the temperature starts increasing resulting in a fever.
Jwara itself is sub categorised based on how long the patient has been suffering from fever. A new fever that is less than a week old is called Nava Jwara. A fever that is a few days old is Madhyama Jwara while chronic fever is old or Purana Jwara.
Fasting or eating very light food is advised for fever. This is intended to increase the Agni or digestive fire and draw the heat away from the outer part of the body.
When the fever is a recent fever, antipyretic medication is not recommended as it may be counterproductive.
Fevers are also categorised based on the three doshas. A Vata fever is called Vataja Jwara. It is primarily caused by the nervous system being out of balance. It usually happens in the monsoon season or at the times of day that are Vata dominant, namely; morning, afternoon and post-digestion. This fever fluctuates and is accompanied by a feeling of dryness in the lips and throat, shivering, yawning and an astringent taste in the mouth. When it occurs during the monsoon it is easy to treat but its occurrence at other times of the year makes it harder to treat. It can be caused by excessive exercise, mental upset, depression and imbalanced diet. Ayurvedic treatment for fever caused by Vata may be achieved with antipyretic medication and dietary modification.
Pittaja Jwara or Pitta fever is common in the autumn and summer seasons. When the fever occurs in its typical season it is easier to cure. It is caused by problems with the veins.. Pitta fever has a high fever and can be accompanied by nausea, diarrhoea, sweat and a bitter taste in the mouth. Sometimes this fever is caused by overexposure to heat, sun or fire. It can also be caused by exercising too much and drinking too much alcohol or eating pungent food. It is treated with dietary recommendations and Ayurvedic medicine for fever.
Kaphaja Jwara is the fever of the spring season. It is caused by imbalances in the arteries. And is characterised by a feeling of lethargy, sweet taste in the mouth, breathing problems and eye discolouration. It is caused by lack of physical exercise, sleeping in the day time and excessive intake of cold food or beverages. Too much sour or salty food can also cause this fever. It is treated with a Kapha reducing diet and antipyretic medicine.
Ayurvedic treatment for chronic fever involves antipyretic medicine as well as lifestyle and dietary changes.
Fever is a part of the immune response to an infection or pathogen. It is also referred to as pyrexia or controlled hyperthermia. When the body is affected by an infection, the body’s defense mechanism produces white blood cells and antibodies. This is why there is an extra rush of blood to an area that is affected by the infection. It causes redness and warmth. When there is inflammation that is acute it triggers a fever. This raised temperature helps to fight infection but when it gets too high it is a fever. When a fever lasts a week it is called acute, when it lasts up to 2 weeks it is sub-acute and when longer it is a persistent or chronic fever. Other than infections, the causes of fever could be; inflammatory diseases, medication, sun exposure, heatstroke, lung disease, dehydration, alcohol withdrawal and amphetamine abuse.
Benefits of Ayurveda and Coming to Balance
Staying Well (Preventive Care)
Western medicine focuses mainly on treating diseases. While western medicine struggles to catch up to the ancient wisdom of preventive care, Ayurvedic medicine has been able to maintain health and prevent illness for thousands of years.
Beautiful complexions are those with a healthy complexion. Many commercial skin care products contain harsh chemicals that can cause our skin to be mistreated to the point that we feel compelled to mask the damage with harsh chemicals.
The speed of travel, the overload of information, and the constant mechanical noise that permeates our lives today make it easy to become distracted and to find our minds disappointed and anxious. Our reasons follow when we slow down to know and understand our bodies and how their natural constitutions require balance.
Stress is similar to losing focus in our minds. As most of us do, working under pressure aggravates Vata and causes stress. A Vata imbalance affects the joints first and. Don't we often notice high-stress levels by sore, clenched jaws? Ayurveda alleviates stress through diet and lifestyle.
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If the client follows the advice of the ayurvedic practitioner, they can expect to see some improvement within 2-6 weeks, with more changes to come.
The Ayurvedic approach to restoring balance to one’s health includes a variety of treatments, such as:
- Adopting a regular sleep schedule
- Making dietary adjustments, such as incorporating more warm foods, oils, or greens
- Using herbs in various forms such as loose powder, capsules, teas, medicated ghee/oil, tinctures, and honey balls
- Body treatments
- PanchaKarma, a deep cleansing and rejuvenation process
- Yoga and Meditation
- Aromatherapy and Color Therapy
As a result of detoxification, mild flu-like symptoms can occur, or a rash may appear. This is a normal reaction in most cases and indicates that the herbs are working. When the response is more substantial, the practitioner usually adjusts the dosage.
Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine, can be a valuable addition to traditional cancer treatment protocols. The effectiveness of Ayurveda in treating cancer would depend on the type, stage, and aggressiveness of cancer, as well as the recommendations of a medical professional.
Before undergoing cancer treatment, an Ayurvedic professional can develop a customized plan that includes a proper diet, lifestyle changes, and herbal supplements to help maintain and improve strength.
Ayurveda can help minimize side effects and symptoms associated with traditional cancer treatments during cancer treatment. Herbal juices, medicated oils, and supplements can support and enhance cancer treatment therapies. Meditation, breathing exercises, and Yoga Nidra can provide emotional support during this difficult time.
Post-treatment, Ayurveda can aid in detoxifying the body, strengthening and rebuilding healthy tissues, and boosting immunity to prevent a recurrence. Herbs, foods, body therapies, and yoga practices can be used to promote overall health and well-being.
Ayurveda can provide support during cancer treatment by helping to alleviate side effects and symptoms, as well as maintaining a robust digestive system. Herbal juices, teas, and spices can be used during chemotherapy and radiation, with Manjishtha tea decoction and cilantro leaf juice being particularly beneficial. In between treatments, herbs and medicated oils can enhance cancer treatment therapies. Meditation, breathing exercises, and Yoga Nidra can help provide emotional support during this phase. Ayurveda offers exceptional support to allow the body to heal fully.
Arthritis is often caused by the accumulation of toxins, known as ama, and poor digestion. Panchakarma, a detoxification therapy, is typically recommended to address the underlying toxins. The treatment plan for arthritis depends on the specific imbalances in the doshas, the fundamental energies that govern the body.
If Vata is primarily involved, symptoms may include stiffness, pain, and dryness. Treatment may consist of warm, cooked, moderately spiced foods, herbal supplements such as heritage and castor oil (both internal and external), and possibly yogaraj Guggulu or simhanada Guggulu.
If Pitta is primarily involved, symptoms may include inflammation and burning sensations. Treatment may include:
- A diet high in greens.
- Cooling spices.
- Herbs add moist and excellent properties.
- Possibly Kishore Guggulu.
If Kapha is primarily involved, symptoms may include swelling and water retention. Treatment may consist of warm, cooked foods with hot and aromatic spices, bibhitaki, and possibly herbal diuretic supplements such as Triphala Guggulu, punarnava Guggulu, or simhanada Guggulu.
Yoga can be helpful for all types of arthritis as it can help to improve flexibility and strengthen the joints.
When dealing with severe conditions such as broken bones, acute bleeding, advanced or debilitating diseases, or cancer, it is recommended to seek treatment from an allopathic doctor. However, Ayurveda can effectively treat a wide range of chronic conditions and those that have not responded well to Western medicines.
Ayurveda can help with a variety of issues, including gastrointestinal problems (ulcers, IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, diverticulitis, etc.), fatigue, pain (low back pain, muscular or bone pain, etc.), hormone/endocrine function (diabetes, infertility, menopause, etc.), weight management, immune system function (including cancer), auto-immune disorders (Hashimoto’s, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, MS, etc.), nervous system disorders (RLS, Parkinson’s, ADHD/ADD, etc.), respiratory issues (asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, etc.), circulatory system issues (hypertension, cholesterol, heart function, etc.), cognitive function and psychological disorders/imbalances (memory, depression, stress, anxiety, insomnia, bipolar, etc.), urinary function, anti-aging and many more.
Nature is at the core of Ayurveda remedies. Ayurvedic philosophy emphasizes that you can use food as medicine, which is why the herbs, oils, and other substances used in treatment must come from clean and natural sources. This approach helps to avoid the introduction of additional toxins into the body.