Ajamamsarasayanam is a traditional Ayurvedic medicine made of goat meat which is known for the treatment of various types of kosha or respiratory conditions. The various ingredients present are known to be used in various Ayurvedic treatments for TB. Ajamamsarasayanam also helps in increasing the strength of the bones and strengthening the muscles of the body. It is available in jam form and can also be used to experience relief from flatulence. It is prepared in both herbal ghee or herbal jam form. Ajamamsa means goat meat. It is a non-vegetarian medicine.
It is a Rasayana preparation which means those preparations which enrich rasa with nutrients to help one attain longevity, memory, intelligence, health, youthfulness, and immunity. The below ingredients are all full of Antiviral, Antibacterial, Antitussive, Anti–Inflammatory, Antihistaminic, Antibiotic, Antioxidant, Antitubercular properties.
Aja mamsa means goat meat
It helps in reducing inflammation
High in protein, making it good for the bones of yours.
It helps in muscle repair and growth
It is a source of many minerals, vitamins, and proteins, so it acts as an immunity booster.
It is a cooling, nourishing tonic.
Due to its cooling nature, it provides a soothing effect.
It helps with the burning sensation in the body.
It is also known as the asparagus racemosus.
It has antioxidant properties.
Antioxidants help in preventing free radical damage.
It helps in relieving cough.
Ashwagandha is an ancient medicinal herb.
It helps in reducing blood sugar levels.
It decreases the cortisol levels, cortisol is known as a stress hormone.
It increases muscle mass and strength.
It helps in reducing inflammation.
Gambhari is gmelina Arborea, one among the dashamoola roots.
It is helpful in Vata and pitta doshas.
It helps to treat chronic respiratory conditions and tuberculosis.
It acts as a cardiac tonic and improves blood production.
It is used to cure indigestion, nausea, vomiting, and used to expel phlegm out of the body.
It is very beneficial in the congestion of lungs and other pulmonary diseases.
It is used to pacify Vata and Kapha dosha.
Ideal for children and adults.
Both the genders: men and women can consume it.
For regular use as medicine, it is administered in a dose of a half teaspoon once or twice a day, before food. Usually, hot milk is advised along with this medicine or you can take it as directed by your physician.
Avoid deep-fried foods, heavy to digest non-vegetarian foods and aerated drinks, smoking, and excess alcohol. These can irritate the stomach and intestinal lining. For that, you can take (try) Ayurvedic medicines for strength and stamina. That will also help treat the imbalance in the dosha levels.
The principles of Ayurveda focus on discovering the origin of a disease and then eliminating from the root.
Rasayana used in the Ayurvedic treatment for TB detoxifies lungs and provides immune protective properties.
Ayurvedic medicine for strength also promotes vigor and vitality and instills the ability to hold out disastrous outcomes of TB.
The disease is also associated with poor nutrition. Hence 30+ quality ingredients in Ajamamsa Rasayanam can help promote nutrition.
Ayurvedic medicine for TB improves curability by cleaning blood, also helps improve lung function and increases the immunity of the body, and prevents further growth of the disease.
Ayurvedic treatment for tuberculosis consists of ingredients that can help in treating the disease without causing any side effects.
Properties of Ajamamsa Rasayanam:
Antispasmodic: Helps control spasms or involuntary movement and contraction of muscles.
Anti-allergic: Helps in reducing allergies.
Bronchodilator: Helps decrease airway resistance and thereby increases the airflow to the lungs.
Cough suppressor: Assists in suppressing cough and related chest pain.
Respiratory stimulant: Acts as a stimulant and enhances the activity of respiratory organs.
Expectorant: Facilitates easy secretion or expulsion of phlegm and mucus from the respiratory tract. It provides relief from the common cold, dry & mucopurulent cough, and bronchitis.
Tuberculosis is caused by micro bacteria that spreads from person to person through microscopic droplets released into the air. This can happen when someone with an untreated, active form of tuberculosis were to sneeze, cough or spit.
Although tuberculosis is contagious, it does not spread easily. You’re more likely to get TB from someone you live with or work with than from a stranger. Most people with active Tuberculosis who’ve had appropriate drug treatment for at least two weeks are no longer contagious. People affected by HIV, weak immune power, undergoing cancer treatment, or taking steroids are more susceptible. Poor nutrition is also one of the causes.
In this condition, you have a TB infection, but the bacteria remain in your body in an inactive state and cause no symptoms. Latent TB is also called inactive TB which isn’t contagious as contagious as active TB. But, it can turn into active TB, so treatment is vital for patients with latent TB and to help control the spread of TB.
Active TB in most cases has a higher probability of spreading to others. It can occur anytime between the first weeks after infection or might occur years later.
Coughing that lasts >3 weeks
Blood while coughing
Pain in chest or discomfort while breathing or coughing
Feeling of tiredness
Chills /Nights sweats
Loss of appetite
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