- Heart diseases
- Lung diseases
Parthdyarishtam by Kerala Ayurveda is an ayurvedic heart tonic which is known to help improve blood circulation and useful in Hridaya (meaning the heart) and puppusa ( meaning lungs) Roga (Disorders). It can help patients who are undergoing treatment for anaemia, cardiac, respiratory, spleen and liver diseases. It is known to improve the efficiency of heart functioning by helping strengthen the heart muscles. It is beneficial in hoping to manage blood pressure levels in the human body. It also can help prevent the chances of heart attack by reducing cholesterol & triglyceride levels in the body.
It has higher competencies to fight heart & lung disorders by managing all three doshas in the body. The water and self-generated alcohol compound work as a medium for the delivery of alcohol-soluble herbal medicine to the body.
The following are the ingredients used to prepare Parthadyrishtam.
Arjuna Bark (Terminalia Arjuna) - It reduces the Low-density lipoprotein (LDL), cholesterol and triglycerides and increases the High-density lipoprotein (HDL) or good cholesterol in the body.
Draksha (Vitis Vinifera) - It helps in the treatment of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and neurodegenerative diseases.
Mahua/Madhuca flowers (Madhuca Indica) - It helps in the treatment of intestinal worms, respiratory infections, and debility.
Water - It is required for making a decoction of herbs.
Gur/Guda (Jaggery) - It helps in reducing constipation.
Dhataki flowers (Woodfordia Fruticosa) - It contains an astringent that helps in the treatment of fever, skin diseases, headache and liver disorders.
Patthadyarishtam helps in reducing the cholesterol level and triglyceride level.
It ensures the proper blood circulation in the body.
It is the ayurvedic tonic for heart health and contains ingredients known to provide relief to patients with cardiac-related discomfort
It improves digestion and cleanses the intestines.
It relieves weakness & fatigue and improves immunity.
It used to treat the patient with irregular blood pressure.
Ayurveda is the ancient method of treatment of diseases. Any diseases are diagnosed in Ayurveda by the maintenance of three doshas such as Vata, Kapha and Pitta. The human heart acts a vital role in proper blood circulation to all the body parts. It is essential to check and maintain healthier heart functioning to enhance cardiovascular health through blood flow.
As per Ayurveda, the human heart has three sub-doshas known as Vyana Vata (Blood and the beat), Sadhaka Pitta (Emotional balance) and Avalambaka Kapha (Sense of security). It means if your heart is fit thus your body. Ayurveda diagnoses heart-related diseases from the root and approaches the proper medication to improve cardiovascular health.
The Ayurvedic system for the treatment of heart disease is rare. It uses various precious metals in a different form for the treatment of heart diseases. Gold and granite stimulate the heart while yellow topaz and sapphire have toning effects on the heart. Silver, nephrite, lunar stone and emerald has calming results on the heart.
According to Ayurveda, cardiovascular diseases are often associated with the imbalances in Pitta dosha. Imbalanced Pitta dosha causes negative emotions such as irritability, agitation, even rage and jealousy results in heart attack and stroke. The variations in Kapha and Vata doshas cause cardiovascular diseases too. The Vata energy deviates when a person gets old, tissues getting aged and blood vessels losing their elasticity. The Kapha type of people faces cardiovascular diseases because of overeating, excess body fat, mucus, and cholesterol and disturbs the functioning of the heart.
In Ayurveda, the herb called Arjuna is considered as best for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. It helps in reducing the cholesterol level in the body and prevents the blockage in the blood vessels. Ayurveda helps through oil, herbs and a special diet to soothe the imbalance of doshas. Meditations and yoga asanas have a beneficial effect on the treatment of heart-related diseases. Performing various yoga postures stretch and exercise the muscle helps in controlling the blood sugar. Deep breathing practices help in lowering blood pressure. Mind-calming meditation quits the nervous system and relieves stress. Yoga contributes to improved digestion, improves sleep and decreased physiological arousal.
Cardiovascular diseases affect hearts and vessels. It is one of the major health diseases in the world. The fast alterations in the lifestyle of living and toxic food habits can cause cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular diseases contribute to an inadequate supply of blood in the heart. In such situations, your coronary blood arteries narrow down with blockage of cholesterol and results in a heart attack.
The arrhythmia is a cardiovascular disease where patients have irregular heartbeats. The reason behind this disease is the improper flow of blood in the heart. It requires that the heart controls the proper flow of blood in the body. Inappropriate functioning of the opening & closing of heart valves results in heart malfunction. There are significant risk factors for higher cardiovascular disease such as high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and diabetes.
It is necessary to maintain healthy living to fight against cardiovascular diseases. Few effective lifestyle changes overcome the chances of cardiovascular diseases. Maintaining a healthy weight, proper healthy diet, avoid smoking, limiting sugar intake and regular exercise helps in improving cardiovascular health.
An ischemic stroke happens when the blood vessels attached to the brain blocks frequently with a blood knot. The brain cells die because of inadequate flow of blood to the brain results in the inability of body functions. Hemorrhagic stroke occurs due to the burst of blood vessels in the brain.
Coronary Heart Diseases
The blood circulation in the heart muscle is reduced because plaque in arteries of the heart leads to coronary heart diseases.
Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle fails to pump the blood to the body. High blood pressure or coronary heart diseases is the reason for the failure of proper heart functioning.
High blood pressure, high cholesterol, excess weight, and physical inactivity, smoking, ageing & menopause and diabetes are the reasons for cardiovascular diseases.
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