Best Kidney Treatment in Ayurveda

Best Kidney Treatment in Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, CKD is a disease of Mutravaha Srotas (excretory system). A faulty diet /improperly cooked food (Viruddh ahar), & lifestyle factors (Viruddh Vihar) hampers all the three Doshas (Bio- elements) as well as all the Dushyas (Tissues) of body, Kapha (Fluid element) is responsible in blocking microvessels and developing microangiopathy. Vata (Air element) is responsible for degeneration of the microchannels of the kidney i.e. Nephrons . According to Ayurvedic principles of management of the disease, tissue damage can be prevented and repaired by Rasayana therapy (Rejuvenating therapy) because they have the capability to improve qualities of tissues and hence increase resistance of the tissues. Along with these blockage of microchannels can be removed by Lekhana drugs having a scraping effect on blocked channels.

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What is the best Ayurvedic Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease

Ayurveda is one of the healing modality which is effective for preventing and spreading kidney disease. Natural Ayurvedic treatment recommends herbal formulations (combined Ayurvedic preparation) of Rasayana for Mutravaha Srotas and it also has Lekhana (scraping) effect to clear the blocked channels. Varunadi kvath is also helpful to regulate the Kapha (Fluid element) and Vata doshas (Air element). Niruha basti (procto-colonic administration of Ayurvedic medicines mainly contained decoction of punarnavadi compound, rocksalt, sesame oil and mixture of some herbal powders) is a minor alternative of dialysis. Treatment resulted in reduction in protein in urine  and increase in hemoglobin. Reduction in edema, weakness, leg cramps, increase in appetite, and relief from nausea, breathlessness and other related symptoms. Additionally, Panchkarma is the ultimate cleansing therapy to clear out all the toxins by detoxification and restores the body’s innate healing ability. These time-tested herbs with healthy dietary regimen, Yoga, Pranayama improve the healthy excretory system and along with reducing symptoms of kidney disease.

Some Natural Ayurvedic herbs used for treating chronic kidney disease are:

  1. Punarnavadi Mandoor: This herb is diuretic in nature which also contributes to the formation of red blood cells. This naturally increases the urine output.
  2. Chandraprabha Vati: Chandraprabha Vati is helpful in treating urinary tract infections and helps to support healthy excretory system.
  3. Gokshuradi Guggulu: It helps to detoxify and maintain healthy urinary system. It helps to improve the kidney health and also helps to regulate healthy blood pressure.

Renal Care Tablet

  • Rejuvenating tonic for the kidneys and adrenals. 
  • Supports healthy urinary flow and  helps to soothe the urinary system.
  • Support the entire urinary tract including the kidneys, bladder and urethra. 

P.T.M. 5 (Kidney Care Tablets)

  • Maintains healthy kidney function of  kidney.
  • Balances all the Doshas viz Vata, Pitta and Kapha (bio-elements).
  • Supports the natural metabolism of the urinary system.

Faulty dietary regimen and other toxins have to be filtered out by our kidneys.  However, if the kidneys fail to do so, these harmful toxins gradually accumulate in our body. With the passage of time these accumulations start to hinder the efficient functioning of our kidneys. Best Ayurvedic treatmentrecommends a natural dietary regimen to maintain healthy kidneys throughout life. Keeping these traditional dietary guidelines in view, our ancestors have mentioned some useful herbs for kidney health. 

Combination of natural rejuvenating herbs for the kidneys and adrenals which contain the extract of time-tested herbs. The formulation is based on 5000 years old Ayurvedic medical science. This supports the functioning of a healthy kidney along with a healthy urinary flow. It naturally promotes the flushing out of the kidney waste. 

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