"Know PANDU /ANEMIA /LOW HEMOGLOBIN through Ayurveda & Deal it Naturally"
By Dr.Omprakash Yadav Contact:-firstname.lastname@example.org Ph no:-+918080747455 /+9196996666426
Introduction OF PANDU / ANEMIA / LOW HEMOGLOBIN
ANEMIA (PANDU) is an indisposition in which the color of the patient changes to pale due to significant qualitative or quantitative reduction in the red blood cells of the blood (Rakta). hence it is called ‘Pandu’.
Anemia increases costs of medical care and lowers a person’s productivity through a decreased ability to work.
It is more common in women than men, during pregnancy, and in children and the elderly. It is the most common blood disorder, affecting about a third of the global population.
AYURVEDA DETAILS OF PANDU / ANEMIA / LOW HEMOGLOBIN
1)Pitta gets vitiated due to excessive eating of alkaline, sour, pungent and salty, too hot, incompatible and unsuitable food
2)excessive use of black gram, oil cake
4)exercise and sexual intercourse during the digestion of the food
5)improper use of purificatory procedures
7)suppression of natural urges particularly in persons inflicted with sexual desire
8)anxiety, fear, anger and grief causes Pitta vitiation and is propelled to all the body by aggravated Vata.
Dushya-samgraha (AYURVEDA Pathophysiology)
Purvarupa (Pre Signs & symptoms)
1)Palpitation in the heart
2)dryness of skin
3)absence of perspiration
5)cracks in the skin
7)loosness in the joints and whole body
8)urge for eating mud
9)edema under the eyelids
10)slight yellowish color to urine and feces.
Rupa (symptoms & Signs) Clinical features
1)The patient suffers from tinnitus
2)loss of digestion
5)aversion to the food
8)pain in the body
13)He feels as if limbs are kneaded, pressed or churned.
14)He has swelling under the eyes,
16)falling of the skin hairs
17)loss of luster
19)aversion to cold
23)cramps after exertion or after climbing,
24)pain in the waist, thighs, legs
The distinguished features of pandu are pallor to the skin and discoloration of the skin.
Bheda (Types AS PER AYURVEDA)
(1) Vataja Pandu
The skin becomes blackish pale, dry with reddish blue color.
There is body ache, pain, piercing pain, trembling, pain in the sides of head, dryness of the feces, distaste in the mouth,edema and hard stools.
The associated symptoms are low agni leading to loss of appetite, constipation, and gas in abdomen, tremors, weakness, and breathlessness after little work, pain in the joints and legs, palpitation, and enlargement of heart.
(2) Pittaja Pandu
The skin becomes slightly yellowish. Associated symptoms are slight fever, burning sensation, vomiting, fainting, thirst and yellow urine and stools.
Other symptoms are excessive perspiration, diarrheas, and desire of sour and cold foods and drinks. He suffers from acid erructations and burning sensation during digestion along with foul odour, loose motions, debility and feeling of darkness.
(3) Kaphaja Pandu
There is heaviness in body, drowsiness, vomiting, whitish complexion, excessive salivation, horripilation, malaise, Fainting, giddiness, exhaustion, dyspnoea, cough, lassitude,anorexia, obstruction in the speech and voice, whitish urine, eyes and feces, desire for pungent, dry and hot things, edema and sweet taste in the mouth
(4) Sannipatika Pandu
Main symptoms are tandra, lethargy, edema, fever, cough, nausea and diarrhea.
(5) Mrid-bhakshanajanya Pandu
Children, who are having the habit of eating clay, develop this type of anemia. This produces vitiation of all doshas leading to obstruction of channels. The child looses the luster of its skin and it becomes dry. There is loss of ojas, strength, power of digestion and complexion. There is edema under eyelids, eyebrows, feet, naval region and genitals. He may also suffer from krimi and blood in the stools with mucous.
Panduroga of long duration cannot be cured due to its chronicity, It is also incurable in persons who have developed yellow vision, who passes hard stools along with mucous and have green diarrhea, who are weak, whose body is pale and suffer from vomiting, giddiness and thirst.
Upadrava (Associated Signs & Symptoms)
2)ringing in the ears
11)feeble voice or hoarseness of voice
some home remedies
1)The following measures are helpful for the patient of anemia: vamana (vomiting), virecana (purgation)
2)old barley, wheat, sali variety of rice, mudga, pigeon peas, lentils,
3)flash and meat juice of wild animals and birds
4)patola, ripe ash gourd, unripe bananas, jivanti leaves, ksura, guduci, tandulikaya leaves, punarnava, dronapuspi,, garlic, onion, ripe mango, harada, bimbi,cow-urine, amalaki fruits, butter milk, ghrita, oil,tusodaka(rice-washing), butter, sandalwoods, haridra and kesara.
Apathya (Prohibitions, Don't)
1)Blood-letting,smoking,sweating and intercourse are to be avoided by the patient of anemia.
2)he should avoid consumption of peas, cooked leaves,urada peas, sesame-cakes, betel leaves, liquor, red chilies, all types of salt, sour edibles, incompatible foods, food items that are heavy to digest and cause burning sensation, etc.
3)Intake of water of rivers like those originating from Vindhya and Sahyadri mountains
4)staying around fire, around sun, hard works and exercise, anger, suppression of calls of nature and sleeping during day time is prohibited in anemia.
Line of treatment followed
1) Body purificatory therapy (samshodhana)
If the patient is strong than strong emesis and purgation are given.
2) Oral medications (shamanoushada)
Loha prepartions,Medicated ghrita are use.
3) Avoidance of causative factors (nidana parivarjana)
"DEAL PANDU /ANEMIA /LOW HEMOGLOBIN NATURALLY THROUGH Ayurveda"
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By Dr.Omprakash Yadav
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