Mathrukalpam

500 Gm

₹360.00

Categories: Women Care 

Tags: FlatulenceLactationPost-natalVomitingWomenChild birthPost-partumPregnancy 
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BASIC INFO

Mathrukalpam

Mathrukalpam is the ayurvedic recipe for post delivery care for new mothers. It’s formulated with herbs that have been individually selected to give new mothers what they need in the days following childbirth. Instead of taking lactation supplements separately, Mathrukalpam improves and provides lactation support which is another benefit of this recipe. The recipe is rich in antioxidants and it helps remove toxins from the body so that the new mother can start the new chapter of her life with vigor. Mathrukalpam helps rejuvenate and restore the health of the new mother by balancing the three doshas.

Mathrukalpam is helpful when it comes to improving mental health and reducing stress. It reduces anxiety and helps cure depression that can affect new mothers. It helps strengthen the immune system and helps prevent infections. It works by replenishing and providing what the new mother needs. Instead of buying uterus health supplements separately, Mathrukalpam comes infused with herbs that help give relief from uterus-related problems. The reason is that the recipe promotes uterus health. This is why Mathrukalpam is an effective solution to post natal care in Ayurveda and can help new mothers get back on track.

 

Ingredients

Mathrukalpam has been created with a combination of potent herbs that provide exactly what a new mother needs. All these herbs work together to provide the new mother with the strength she needs to take care of her baby. Each ingredient in Mathrukalpam has something to contribute to this ayurvedic concoction for new mothers. It provides additional nutrition that is essential for the body that has gone through so much. When the mother is happy, this happiness will be transferred to the baby.

Here are five of the ingredients included in the recipe along with their properties.

Vidarikanda

  • Promotes lactation
  • Helps strengthen the heart
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Improves digestion
  • Acts as an energy booster
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Prevents urinary disorders
  • Promotes proper bowel movements
  • Helps rejuvenate the skin
  • Helps strengthen the reproductive system

Ashwagandha

  • Helps manage stress
  • Is rich in antioxidants
  • Helps support the reproductive organs
  • Helps improve overall body strength
  • Improves heart health
  • Controls blood sugar levels
  • Helpful for strengthening the immune system
  • Makes you feel energized
  • Improves brain function
  • Helps alleviate depression

Draksha

  • Helps reduce fatigue
  • Acts as a natural coolant
  • Helps in calming the mind
  • Improves and promotes lactation
  • Prevents digestion-related problems
  • Balances vata and pitta doshas
  • Improves appetite
  • Improves bowel movement
  • Prevents anemia
  • Strengthens reproductive system

Jaggery

  • Helps improve digestion
  • Helps purify the blood and remove toxins
  • Enables metabolism to improve
  • Is rich in antioxidants
  • Prevents nervous system disorders
  • Helpful in boosting immunity
  • Is a natural cleanser
  • Improves energy and reduces tiredness
  • Prevents blood disorders
  • Helps give relief from joint pains

Kharjooraphala

  • Is an excellent brain booster
  • Prevents bone-related problems
  • Is a rich source of antioxidants
  • Helps keep blood sugar level in control
  • Rich in vitamin K
  • Helps improve bone health
  • Helps maintain bone mass
  • Helps provide energy
  • Helps prevent heart diseases
  • Gives relief from constipation
 

Giving birth to a child, regardless of the method, can bring about a lot of changes in a woman’s body. A woman not only goes through physical changes but emotional changes as well. Bringing a new life into the world is extraordinary and the feeling is amongst the best for new parents. While the baby becomes the center of the world, new mothers must take care of themselves too. Post pregnancy care is as important as the care they give themselves when they first find out they are pregnant. While every woman is different, it’s important to give themselves the complete care they deserve by pampering themselves.

 

Ayurveda’s approach to postnatal care

Ayurveda states that the first forty-five days after giving birth to a child are all about relaxing and bonding. This period is for the new mother to rejuvenate. Right after childbirth, there is an increase in vata dosha in the woman. This is because childbirth is facilitated due to vata’s presence. When there is an imbalance in the vata right after birth, the new mother can experience a host of problems. These can be physical and emotional problems that can affect how the new mother feels right after giving birth to her child. Ayurveda states that proper postnatal care by balancing vata can help the new mother feel better physically and emotionally.

Ayurveda emphasizes that diet can help with postnatal care. The new mother should eat freshly cooked and nourishing meals. These should be simple. Cooking with ghee can prove to be beneficial and eating vegetables will help her regain her strength. Since vata needs to be balanced, it’s a good idea to ignore raw and dry foods. Eating them in moderation won’t harm through if the new mother needs to have vata foods. Ayurveda states that naturally sweet-tasting foods should be given to a new mother. This can constitute about 60% of the meal. This will help the new mother maintain her healthy weight.

Water is something that Ayurveda gives a lot of importance too as well. When the new mother is having water she should take warm water so that she is always hydrated. Another important factor is to eat foods that help build ojas. For example, drinking organic whole milk is suggested as this will help in healing, rejuvenating and can help with lactation support. Another helpful tip is to drink tea. The tea can be prepared by adding a teaspoon of fenugreek and a teaspoon of fennel in four cups of water. This can help with milk production right after childbirth and can be taken for longer if required.

New mothers should try and get at least 6 hours of sleep although this can be difficult for some.  When the new mother is bathing, she should use warm water to do so. Ayurveda states that a new mother can use herbs such as kakoli and mahameda and boil them first. Then the new mother can add this to the water and ensure that the water becomes warm before taking a bath. The application of turmeric is another tip that the new mother can use before taking a bath. Ayurveda states that avoiding anything extreme is good for the new mother so she can relax.


 



The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.  

Do not use this information to diagnose or prevent/treat your problem without consulting your doctor.

INDICATIONS:

  • Anaemia After Delivery
  • Malnutrition
  • Inadequate Lactation
  • Anorexia
  • Dyspepsia and Flatulence

DOSAGE:

1 to 2 teaspoonsful twice daily or as directed by the physician.

PRESENTATION: 500 g in white HDPE bottle.

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