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Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585
Country of Origin: India
Sukumara Gritham is an ayurvedic medicine for vaginal pain. This is a medicine that can be helpful in treating vulval pain. Whenever one experiences a sharp pain in a private area, it can be a result of infection or some other problems. Whatever may be the problem, this medicine can be helpful in treating problems related to the female reproductive system.
Boils and abscesses are problems that can occur anywhere and can be extremely painful. When they develop in the vagina, they can be extremely painful and cause distress. Ayurvedic treatment for boils and abscesses can be given by administering this medicine. This medicine is helpful for abscess treatment, liver abscess treatment, treatment for a hernia, hemorrhoids treatment, and ascites treatment.
It is beneficial for the female reproductive system and helps to stimulate menstrual flow. It is helpful in treating pain during periods. It can be helpful in managing mood swings during this time. One of its beneficial uses is in treating delayed periods and prolonged menses.
It should be consumed 5 to 10 g twice daily by adults or as per the instructions of the physician. It is a polyherbal formulation made into the form of ghee or gritham as termed in Ayurveda
Sukumara Gritham has the following ingredients:
Punarnava or Boerhavia diffusa is known as Hogweed.
It balances Vata and Kapha doshas.
It is helpful in treating ascites.
It is useful to treat menstrual pain.
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It uses ten of the most effective ayurvedic medicines.
The ten roots used are:
It is helpful in reducing pain.
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Jivanthi or Leptadenia reticulata is an ayurvedic herb.
It is helpful in nourishing and rejuvenating the body.
It can reduce imbalance in all the three doshas.
It helps to treat disorders of the reproductive organs.
Ashwagandha or Withania somnifera is one of the powerful ayurvedic medicines.
It is helpful in improving immunity.
It has antioxidant properties.
It is also used as a sexual stimulant.
Shatavari or Asparagus racemosus is Indian asparagus.
It works like a coolant.
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It is helpful in improving conditions related to lethargy.
The female reproductive system is complex and this gives rise to the likelihood of many problems that can affect reproductive organs. Vaginitis, menstrual pain, and cramps are common problems of the reproductive system that women suffer from. The vagina is one of the key organs in females as it is the passage from the vulva to the cervix. The vaginal region can have problems like pain, itching, burning, or a sore feeling. This can be the result of an infection or may have other reasons. Whatever may be the cause, it is important not to ignore vaginal pain. Immediate treatment is required to prevent further complications.
Vaginitis is a condition where the vagina becomes sore. This can cause pain, itching, and can even lead to a discharge. This is usually due to an infection. It may be the result of a urinary infection or an infection that is transmitted by sexual intercourse.
Pain in the vagina can be due to different reasons. Sometimes, when there is pressure on the vagina, it causes pain. This condition is known as vulvar vestibulitis. If there is a constant pain that is chronic in nature, it is known as vulvodynia. These conditions would have symptoms like pain, itching, stinging, and discomfort during sexual intercourse.
The causes could vary and may be any of the following:
Irritation or injury to the nerves in the vagina.
Infection that may be a yeast infection or could be sexually transmitted infections like gonorrhea or chlamydia.
Allergy to a soap, chemical, or any other substance.
Due to the side effects of medication.
Hormonal changes in the body.
History of sexual abuse.
The effect of medical procedures or childbirth.
Spasms in the pelvic muscles.
Atrophy due to a fall in estrogen levels after menopause.
Dyspareunia, which a condition where the vagina is not lubricated leading to pain during sex.
In Ayurveda, vaginitis is related to two different disorders that affect the vagina, known as yoni dahan and yoni kandu. Vaginal infections are one of the main reasons for these problems. According to Ayurveda, these infections occur due to an imbalance in the Kapha and Pitta doshas. Consuming a diet that has sugar and fermented foods increases the dosha. This increases the presence of ama or toxins, which creates an environment where bacteria can flourish.
All the female reproductive problems in Ayurveda are categorized under the head of yoni vypat (or disorders of the vagina). Imbalance in Kapha due to an improper diet where foods that increase Kapha are consumed is one of the reasons. Improper lifestyle with stress and other problems can aggravate Kapha.
This has an impact on the yoni or vagina and leads to various problems. This includes itching or kandu and alpavedana or pain. Excess discharge or leukorrhea is known as shwetapradara. The water in the Kapha dosha becomes vitiated by the toxins. This can cause excess discharge from the vagina.
Excessive sexual activity, improper hygiene, and improper diet are the main causes of problems of the vagina and other reproductive organs in females.
Treatment for this problem includes medicine for vaginal pain. Apart from medicines, other things that can help in reducing pain. These include:
Add Triphala powder to water and wash the vagina with this solution.
Garlic and turmeric must be used to fight infections.
Lemon juice and consuming citrus fruits/juices help to keep the vagina acidic and this helps to keep bacteria in check.
A mild soap must be used to wash the vagina. Strong soaps with chemicals can worsen the symptoms.
Public swimming pools must be avoided until treatment is complete.
A diet that makes use of warm milk, turmeric, spinach, ash gourd, and bottle gourd.
Cotton underwear should be worn and tight clothes should be avoided.
Exercises to strengthen the pelvic area like Kegels help to strengthen pelvic muscles preventing spasms.
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