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According to Ayurveda, colitis can be correlated with Pittaj grahani, which is primarily a disease of Pitta dosha with varying degrees of Vatainvolvement. When Pitta vitiation reaches to extreme; causes severe inflammation, ulceration and rectal bleeding
The common cold is called Pratishyaya in Ayurveda. All the three doshas are responsible for the occurrence of common cold. The common cold with dominance of Vata dosha have dry coughs, little mucus discharge, hoarse voice, and runny nose.
Constipation in Ayurveda is known as Malsangha or Vibandha. It is a signal of Vata imbalance and blockage of channels. Apana Vayu is responsible for the expulsion of stool and when its functions are significantly affected, it results in constipation.
‘Arbuda’ is the Sanskrit word for cancer. All the 3 doshas upon aggravation develop malignant tumors, especially aggravated Kapha and Vata doshas. This affects the tissue, which might result in developing a malignant tumor.
All the cardiac diseases in Ayurveda are classified under Hrida Roga. All kinds of coronary artery diseases come under Sira (vessels)dushti, which are caused by Rakta vikriti. When Rakta vikriti is due to Pitta, the permeability of blood vessels increases.
In Ayurveda, Diabetes is classified under ‘Prameh Roga’. Prameh originates when Kapha dosha is dominantly aggravated (in association with other doshas) and they affect Meda (fat), Mansa (flesh), Udaka (lymphatic channel/endocrinal secretions) etc.
According to Ayurveda, the Fatty liver condition comes under the category of Yakrut vikar and occurs when there is an excess accumulation or concentration of the Kapha in the liver. So, the fatty liver is a ‘Kaphavrita pitta’ condition, the accumulation of Kapha happens because of its vitiation by the various causes and because of its heavy, unctuous and slimy properties.
In Ayurveda, the condition of depression is compared with ‘Vishaad’; which is mostly a Kapha predominant condition. The two other humors, i.e. Vata and Pitta also go out of balance by the exposure of their aggravating factors. If there is an imbalance of ‘Vata’, there will be dominant symptoms like anxiety, fear, mental instability and insomnia.
In Ayurveda, gallstones are referred as Pittashmari, which are caused by the aggravation of all the three doshas. The excessive increase of Pitta (caused by hot, spicy food, alcohol etc.) creates the basis for stones formation
Ayurvedic Description Of Hair loss : Ayurveda considers the hair as a by-product of bone formation. The tissues, which are responsible for formation of bones, are also responsible for hair growth. Hair fall is considered as a problem of Pitta dosha and excess of Pitta dosha in the body is the chief cause of hair problems.
In Ayurveda, it is believed that headache is caused due to aggravation of Pitta in the body. In an aggravated state, Pitta impairs digestion, leading to production of Ama or toxins. This Ama gets stored in the Manovaha strotas (mind channels), thereby becoming the cause for headache.
In Ayurveda, Peptic Ulcers can be correlated to Parinaam Shula and Anna-drava Shula. They are the subtypes of Shula. Shula is the Sanskrit term for pain or colic. Parinama shula closely resembles with duodenal ulcers while Annadrava Shula closely resembles gastric ulcers. All types of pain have predominance of vitiated Vata.
In Ayurvedic texts, obesity is mentioned as Medo rog, which is caused by the aggravation of Kapha as it has the natural characteristics of dense, heavy, slow, sticky, wet and cold properties. When food items that aggravates Kapha is consumed too often in meals, it gets accumulated in the body as excess fat and makes one obese.
According to Ayurveda, both ED and infertility are described as Klaibya, which is caused due to vitiation of Vata dosha.
The traditional science of Ayurveda does not regard migraine as a case of prolonged headaches. On the contrary, it considers this condition to be caused by deep-rooted problems, including a sensitive nervous system and impaired digestion. Improper diet and lifestyle causes aggravation of Pitta in the body.
The term Kaamla is used to define Jaundice in Ayurvedic literature. Ayurveda believes that with high intake of oily, spicy, sour, hot foods, alcohol, and sesame oil cause Pitta to go out of balance. The aggravated Pitta impairs the blood, liver tissue and causes blockage in the channels of the liver.
In Ayurvedic literature, kidney stones are referred as Mutrashmari. Mutra means urine and Ashmari means stone. The basic causative factor for Mutrashmari is tridosha aggravation. When Vata is accumulated in the Vasti (urinary bladder), due to its Ruksha guna (dry- rough quality), it stimulates to dry up Mutra, (Urine), Shukra, converted to urine crystals. The Kapha dosha is Guru (dominant), Snigdha (oily), it builds up the crystals together to form stones.
Ayurveda classifies Acidity or Amla-Pitta as a lifestyle disorder caused due to the aggravation of Pitta dosha. This aggravated Pitta impairs the body’s digestive fire resulting in the formation of the Ama or the toxin that in turn lead to the obstruction of Annavaha Srotas or the digestive tract of the body.
In Ayurveda, ‘Acne’ is called ‘Youvana Pidaka’. ‘Youvana’ means youth and ‘Pidaka’ means skin eruption. The other Ayurvedic names are Mukha dooshika(which causes harm to the beauty of face) and Padmini kantaka (because of thorn like nature of acne).
In Ayurveda, bronchitis is known as Shwasa Pranali Shoth (inflammation of respiratory tract) or the Shwasa-Kasa Roga or Tamaka Shwasav Roga that begins with the impairment of digestive power
In Ayurveda, Asthma has been classified under Shwasa Roga. When both Prana Vayu and Kapha get vitiated, they produce obstruction in lungs and hence, in the respiratory passage. This condition is known as Shwasa Roga or Asthma.
Tumor is called Granthi in Sanskrit. According to Ayurveda, aggravated Doshas, of which Kapha is affected the most, enter the muscles, blood and fatty tissues, where they give rise to round, hard, elevated and slightly nodular growths.
In Ayurveda, Dermatitis falls under the category of Kustha Roga (skin diseases). It is believed to be occurred from all the three doshas. As per the fundamentals of Ayurveda, skin is the external structure of the body composed of seven layers.
In Ayurveda, Anemia is called as Pandu Roga as the complexion of person turns pale. It involves the vitiation of all the three doshas while pitta being the dominant. It is generally caused due to dietary insufficiency and improper lifestyle.
Ama Vata, Sandhi Vata and Vata-rakta are the Ayurvedic terms for different forms of Arthritis. Ama or the toxins are produced as a result of impaired digestion, which by the virtue of aggravated Vata gets transported to the joints thus causing the Ama Vata or the Arthritis. Osteoarthritis or Sandhi Vata is also a form of arthritis, which occurs due to the deposition of Ama in the joints.