"Know VATARAKTA (GOUT) through Ayurveda & Deal it Naturally"
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Introduction OF VATARAKTA (GOUT)
"DEAL GOUT NATURALLY THROUGH Ayurveda"
Vatarakta is a disease characterised by sudden attack of acute pain and swelling of joints which generally begins from the small toe and subsequently spreads to the other joints. There is deposition of Uric Acid Crystals at joints.
Vitiated Vata and vitiated blood (rakta) causes this disease. Hence it is called as Vatarakta. This is similar to Gout.
AYURVEDA DETAILS OF VATARAKTA (GOUT)
1)Intakes of salty, bitter, too oily and too hot food in excess.
2)Similarly eating dried meat, and long time preserved meat, and meat of aquatic animals.
3)Food prepared in sesame oil and seeds
6)staying awake at night.
7)Intake of junk food
8)eating contradictory food, and food with preservatives and chemicals can aggravate both Vata and blood
9)cause this disease especially in persons who do not carry out daily exercise and lead very calm and quiet life.
10)if the person suffers from trauma
11)travels too much with his feet in dangling position on horse or any other vehicle
12)goes on hiking or travels on foot continuously then Vata aggravation takes place along with vitiation of blood.
13)Increased blood uric acid levels are also responsible for this disease.
Dushya-samgraha (AYURVEDA Pathophysiology)
Purvarupa (Pre Signs & symptoms)
1)Excess or absence of sweating
2)blackish or bluish colored skin
3)severe pain on injury
4)laxity in joints
7)appearance of boils, piercing pain, quivering, tearing, heaviness, numbness and itching in knee, thigh, waist, shoulder,
hands, feet and joints of body,
8)unstable pain in joints
9)abnormal complexion and appearance of patches are the prodromal symptoms.
Rupa (symptoms & Signs) Clinical features
1)Usually the disease starts from the inflammation of the big toe of the foot or the thumb of the hand.
2)After this the other big or small joints in the body are affected.
3)The disease originates in the circulatory system, gets localized into joints, and spreads throughout the body.
4)The swollen joints are very painful, tender, inflamed, red, and warm to touch.
5)High degree fever is usually present in acute stage.
6)Many times skin rashes and allergic symptoms are also present with severe itching or change in the color of the skin.
7)Excessive sweating or no sweating and severe pain in bones and muscles may be present.
Bheda (Types AS PER AYURVEDA)
It has been divided in two major types: uttana(superficial) and gambhira(deep).
According to dosha predominance it has been divided into predominant rakta type, predominant Kapha type, predominant Pitta type, pedominant Vata type and dual types – Vata-Pittaja, Vata-Kaphaja and Kapha-Pittaja and Tridoshaja.
(1) Superficial type (uttana) – Affected skin becomes blackish red, painful, hot to touch and there is intensive itching. The skin becomes black colored.
(2) Deep type (gambhira) – There is swelling, hardness, severe pain, burning, and pulsations in the affected parts. The symptoms are more prominent in the bones, nerves, and muscles.
(3) Vata predominant type – Pain is the main factor, with contracture developing in fingers.
(4) Pitta predominant type- Inflammation of the joint with fever, loose motions, sweating, thirst, and fainting. Also excessive sweating, thirst, and tendency to develop gangrene are present. If this is not properly treated, complications like gangrene, formation of ulcers, and permanent contractures cake place.
(5) Kapha predominant type – The joint affected is more swollen and edematous with dull aching pain and sense of heaviness in the joint.
(6) Rakta predominant type – Pain and edema are present.
Disease which is newly formed and with one dosha predominance is curable.
If it is with two doshas and one year old then it is yapya.
Upadrava (Associated Signs & Symptoms)
2)loss of taste to the food
10)inflammation of various parts in the body
18)formation of wounds on the skin
some home remedies
Following herbs are useful
1)One should get the ointment, abhyanjana, pariseka and pralepa therapies in cases of uttana vata rakta (initial stage of gout).
2)When the disease is serious, one should take treatment by sneha pana (taking oily eatables), asthapana basti therapy and virecana (purgation) therapy.
3)One can process the blood letting therapy using needle,leeches
4)ointment of satadhauta ghritam and bathing with milk sheep is useful
5)massaging with medicated oil
6)The pigion peas, grams, mudga, lentil cooked along with ghritam are considered to form good diet in cases of vata rakta.
7)eating old barley, wheat,sali rice, sasthi rice kidney beans
8)milk of cow, buffalo and goats are useful
9)non-vegetable preparations prepared out of meats of hen,duck,parrots,pigeons
10)leafy vegetables like pumpkin,kakamaci, karavellaka
Apathya (Prohibitions, Don't)
1)A patient of vata rakta should avoid the following: sleeping during daytime,
2)enjoying heat of fire
3)exercising or wrestling
4)staying under sun
5)indulging in sexual activities
6)uradi, kulattha,(sema) peas, ksara products are avoided
7)flesh of aquatic and marshy animals
8)taking incompatible eatables
12)cake of sesame seeds
13)sour and bitter drinks kanji, items that are pungent, hot, heavy to digest and abhisyandi.
Line of treatment followed
1) Body purificatory therapy (samshodhana)
Purification by medicated purgation or bloodletting according to the condition and stage of the disease, decoction and oil enemas and internal as well as external oleation is the line of treatment.
2) Oral medications (shamanoushada)
3) Avoidance of causative factors (nidana parivarjana)
"DEAL GOUT NATURALLY THROUGH Ayurveda"
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By Dr.Omprakash Yadav
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