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Alchemy of Ayurveda- Fighting & Curing Paralysis

Author: Chris Gayle
by Chris Gayle
Posted: Jun 11, 2015

It is not possible to scrub our inner body so people need to learn a few skills to help cleanse their tissues, organs, and mind i.e. the art of Ayurveda. The conceptual and operational framework of Ayurveda is wide enough to include all that is essential to make a man happy and healthy. The objectives of Ayurveda are mainly two, the first being the maintenance of positive health and the other treatment of various diseases. Many severe diseases like arthritis, paralysis, whose treatment is not possible by allopathic drugs, ayurvedic therapies can cure it. Paralysis is one of those diseases, which need quick treatment and care. The body is said to be in paralyzed stage when there is complete loss of muscle function for one or more group. This is mainly caused because of the damage caused to the nervous system. Minor paralysis can be cured easily, but the major ones need more time to be cured.

In Ayurveda, Paralysis is known as Pakshaghat and it is associated with doshas of Pitta and Vatta. In medical terms, Paralysis is loss of the ability to move one or more muscles voluntarily. It may be associated with loss of feeling and other bodily functions. Paralysis can be either localized that affects specific section of the body such as the face/ hand or generalized, where a larger area of the body is affected.

Symptoms of Paralysis

  1. Person cannot feel when something or someone touches him/her.
  2. Person cannot feel heat or cold. Numbness to weather is common.
  3. An impairment of vision is also seen
  4. Person also does not feel pain in the affected part.

Treatment for ParalysisAyurvedic treatment for paralysis include diet control and some therapies. The therapeutic approach is not only focused extensively at the ailment as such, but it is directed at the patient as a human being. Paralysis can be successfully treated in Ayurveda with the combination of internal medicine and external treatments. Treatment usually varies with the patient's condition. Thus, the ayurvedic approach to a patient and his cure is often termed a holistic.

  1. Internal Treatment - Internal consumption of medicine in the form of encapsulated herbs, flowers, flower essence etc. in the media of honey, milk or water. Herbal tea is also given.
  2. External Treatment - Application of herbal ointments, lotions, massages, pastes or body wraps. External application is very useful to cure joint pains, numbness and control blood pressure.

Summary: Early stages of paralysis can be cured completely by ayurvedic treatment. Problems associated with paralysis like blood pressure, low appetite, and sweating can be brought under control by ayurvedic therapies. There is number of specialized centres in Kerala, which provide excellent ayurvedic treatments and are best inexpensive alternative to drugs.

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