Cervical Polyps Treatment In Ayurveda
What are cervical polyps?
Cervical polyps are the extra growths from the mucous membrane of uterus, cervix -mostly benign, ranging from reddish, greyish or purplish in colour with shapes varying from thin stem, bulb or finger that originates on the cervical canal, the passage that connects the uterus to the vagina. These bumps are rather common in women who have had menarche and have given birth to more than one while in their 20’s.
How does cervical polyps present itself?
Cervical polyps are most commonly asymptomatic and hence the chances for it to go unnoticed are very high. However it’s considered to be best on alert if you experience the following symptoms ie bleeding before and after your periods, bleeding post sex, stinky vaginal discharge,suggestive of any infection or bleeding post your menopause may be regarded as indicatives. The exact cause is yet to be understood, however doctors and researchers remark on the abnormal response of estrogen or may be linked to chronic inflammation or infections, some doctors even opine on the clogged blood vessels near the cervix.
Ayurveda and cervical polyps
Ayurveda stands tall as a holistic medicine in assessing the individual as one, and not relying on generalised treatment plans. The ayurvedic view on treatment of a disease involves many factors, primarily the person and their Prakriti, their habitat, their lifestyle and dietary regimen etc play a huge role as the cause may be rooted in any of the factors, and to steer clear off the disease, the cause should be perfectly studied rather than focusing on alleviating superficial symptoms.
An Ayurvedic aspect of cervical polyp may be correlated to karnini, a condition characterised by a deranged vata and kapha that results in the formation of round projections leading to hindering the vaginal passage. Worry not, planet ayurveda with its range of supplements aids you in fitting your altered lifestyle and die-starting regimen the most effective way for each of your disorders. Planet Ayurveda holds the pedestal to these treatments by providing well suited supplements carefully prepared by ayurvedic physicians composed of 100 percent natural products and are devoid of any chemicals as such. Planet ayurveda has taken into account the preaching of classical ayurvedic texts and encompasses the medicinal qualities of each herb into each of its supplements and has bottled it at your disposal, it’s your turn to grab them and exploit its goodness!
1. Kanchnaar Guggul
Kanchanar tablets assist the maintenance of overall body health by tallying all the three body humours that is vata, pitta and kapha whose derangement presents itself as any disorder or conditions. Kachnaar guggul works wonders with respect to the uterus, cervix and vagina. This combination is composed of kanchnaar (Bauhinia variegata), the triphala (Hareetaki bibbert aki and amalaki) along with black pepper (Piper nigrum), varuna (Crateva religiosa) and pippali (Piper longum).
Dosage: 2 tablets twice, post meals.
2. Femo Plan Syrup
This uniquely fabricated formulation from the house of planet Ayurveda, registered from the name itself, works in the way of an excellent female reproductive health, revitalising the energy, by enhancing the immunity, aiding in metabolism etc is regarded as a complete health supplement. This female health support tablet is intricately composed of
- Asoka (Saraca indica) – a rather popular drug wth respect to females which resolves almost all of the menstrual problems that occur therenby relieving the body of any associated symptoms.
- Lodhra (Symplocus racemosa) – one of the potent herbs that yields good results in the cases of cervical polyp as well as uterine fibroids.
- Shatavari (Asparagus racemosa) – aids in balancing the female sex hormones and also heals any associated haemorrhages related to menstruation, lifts off the weight of the symptoms related to cervical polyps, uterine fibroids etc.
- Dasamoola – the medicinal values and richness of this renowned medicine is cooperated in order to derive the full benefit of the syrup.
Dosage: 2 teaspoon twice, post meals.
3. Naari Kalyan Churna
Employing the medicinal values of the popularly known herbs such as Ashwagandha (withania somnifera), Shatavari, Bacopa monnieri, Nardostachys jatamansi (jatamansi) ensures adequate nutrition and assists in an easy and healthy reproductive health.
Dosage: 1 teaspoon twice administered along with warm water.
Formerly mentioned, Asoka is a legendary and a sacred tree and an unavoidable ingredient when it comes to female reproductive health, and has gained fame as a friend of females during difficult times by strengthening the uterus, it acts as sedative and is an excellent blood cleanser.
Dosage: 2 teaspoons twice, post meals.
5. Chandraprabha Vati
The name of the same chandra meaning the moon and Prabha meaning glow itself emphasises on its effect of our healthy well being by impoverishing the immunity and revitalising the energy and thereby restoring the healthy glow of the body. Chandraprabha vati finds itself being exploited in a multitude of diseases ranging from diabetes to bones, joints etc.
Dosage: 2 tablets twice a day.
6. Vriddhivadhika Vatika
A potent combination of ayurveda’s best 31 drugs including shudh parad, shudh gandhak etc helps in balancing a vitiated vata and kapha levels to normal and paves way to a better gut health as well as reproductive health.
Dosage: 1 tablet twice a day.
Why Planet Ayurveda
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