Viral Fever in Ayurveda

Viral Fever in Ayurveda

Ayurveda Viral
Fever is named Jawara in Ayurveda. Fever is the condition wherein the body’s temperature rises beyond the 98 degree Fahrenheit that is normal. Fever can be accompanied by soar throat, headache, entire body ache, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, etc. Fever can be a result of viral infection or bacteria, or another disorder or medication. Symptoms – The symptoms include soreness ache and high temperatures in the joints excess production of phlegm and saliva.

Causes – Based on the Ayurveda concept, fever happens because of disturbance to one of the three energy areas called doshas. Dosha disturbance may be caused by other or insect snacks harm, viral or bacterial infection, or response to medication like injections.

Fever may be caused by some ailments which cause an imbalance in the doshas because the toxins such as jaundice, bronchial ailments, measles, and influenza create the temperature of the body. Malnutrition or mental worries can also cause fever in certain people. Eating foods that are incompatible with one to their body constitution causes fever. The imbalance in the doshas is because of the wrong diet and irregular lifestyle. Obesity, genetics, hormonal disorders, and intermittent food and habits give rise to fever. Ayurvedic Remedies for Fever – the body should be purified to create the capacity to accept treatment and According to Ayurveda fundamentals, the accumulation of impurities inside the body leads to ailments.

Ayurveda PanchkarmaPanchakarma is their process of purification recommended by Ayurveda. This therapeutic process involves several procedures to purify the entire body of the impurities and toxins. Usually, vitiation of pitta, specifically Agni within the body manifests as fever. Rheumatic Fever – Ayurveda features this fever to the existence of a toxin called Rheuma within the body. This causes strain and pain in the joints. The rheumatic strain is known because Ama Vata in Ayurvedic texts and can be characterized by swelling in their joints. This condition can also be due to the disturbance of their digestion fire namely Jathar Agni. This contributes to indigestion or constipation that might lead to other diseases manifesting in the shape of fever.

Viral Fever – The Ayurvedic medicines which work well for viral strain are Amritarishta, Sudarsanam Gulika, and Vilvadi Gulika. Punarnavasana is also prescribed. The painful joints might be given fomentation using a heated husk in a cotton bag. Some bitter drugs like Anand Bairav, Jwarhar Vati, Sanshamani Vati, and Laxmi Vilas Ras are given to increase their white blood cells to build immunity within the body.

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Sinusitis: Ayurveda Management

Sinusitis: Ayurveda Management

  • Sinusitis
    Sinusitis means inflamed sinuses. Sinuses are hollow air filled cavities located on either side of the nose. There are ten sinus cavities, five on each side, all connected to the nose.
    They are converted with a superfine mucous membrane. The sinus drains constantly into the nose and their main function is to keep the nasal cavity moist.
    They also serve to amplify the voice when we speak.
    Due to allergies, cold, flux or some bacterial infection the sinus in both adult or in children becomes clogged or infected.
    According to Ayurveda: There is a condition of excess kapha, that can be aggravated by many factors, including cold drinks, dairy products and smoking.
    Headache, snoring, difficulty in breathing, Bad breath, Ear infection, congestion, cough, Fever, Fatigue weakness.
    If not treated, sinus can lead to brain infection, meningitis or Osteomyelitis.
    Principles of Treatment:
    Home Remedies:
    A mixture of fresh ginger juice (a freshly grated ginger pulp) with 1 tsp. honey, taken 2 or 3 times a day.
    Nasal wash to drain the sinus – a mild saline solution by dissolving ½ tsp. salt into ½ cup Luke warm water. Instill 5 drops of the solution into each nostril using a dropper.
    Steam @ Home: heat-up about a cupful of water and add 3-5 drops of eucalyptus oil. Turn off the flame, cover your head using a towel and inhale the steam. Eucalyptus oil can be replaced with ginger juice, if not comfortable.
    Use a garlic press to squeeze out some fresh garlic juice, with an eye dropper, pick up some juice and insert just a few drops in the nostril. Keep your head tilted back and let the juice work.
    Ayurvedic Preparation & Treatment:
    Nasayam: Nasal track purification with medicated decoction and oil.
    Teekshana Dhoomapana: Inhalation of medicated smoke
    Shodhana Treatment: Purification therapies
    Preparations: Trikatu Choornam with honey
    Talisadi Choornam
    Haridra khanda
    Allergin granules
    Laghu sutshekhara Rasa
    Yoga Therapy:
    Pranayam (Alternate breathing)
    Surya Namaskar
    Diet and Lifestyle:
    Prevention tips:
    Avoid dairy products, especially cheese, yoghurt and ice cream
    Avoid cold drinks, and more cold weather
    No smoking (Avoid)
    Avoid day sleep, sweet
    Once a day, instill a little warm ghee in each nostril and sniff. You may use an eye dropper or use a clean finger dipped in the ghee.


Dr. SURENDRA SINGH is a Brand name of Ayurveda Chikitsa. He is an experienced Ayurveda Physician with lots of academic qualification. He has been completed hisBAMS from Rajasthan University in the year 2007. After this, he completed CLINICAL ORIENTATION IN AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AND PANCHKARMA program from S.S.Ay.H. Derisnmcope Tamilnadu. In the year 2008, he specialized in Panchkarma fromCentral Research Institute of Panchkarma, Cheruthuruthy, Kerala. In 2011. Presently he is working as Medical Officer at Government AyurvedAusadhalaya, District HospitalBarmer.


  1. District Hospital Barmer Government Ayurved Ausadhalaya ek chat, Barmer (Rajasthan)Medical Officer 
  • AyurvedIncharge District PanchkarmaCenter,DistrictHospital, Barmer
  • Ayurved Physician World Yoga Day
  • DhanwantriJayanti Week, Swine Flu KadhaVitranetc..

2. C.H.C. Chohtan District Barmer(Rajasthan)Medical Officer(Ayush)MO Ayush, NRHM, RBSK (BlockTeam) 

  • Prasashan GawoKe Sang Abhiyan,
  • Immunization,
  • Family Planning, AAA Trainer,
  • SBCC Trainer, RBSK Trainer, RKSK Trainer,
  • School Health, RNTCP, NACO, IDSP, NMEP,
  • Pulse Polio,
  • Swine Flu -Screening,
  • Mission-Indradhanush,
  • SwasthayaChetnaYatra,
  • National Deworming, UNICEF mentor,
  • Trainer at SIHFW.
  • Monitoring and active participation in all the above activities.

3.Details of participation in national/international seminars/Symposium/Conferences.

  • 2016-17 JagritiYatara.
  • 2015-16 ArogyaMela, Jodhpur (Dept. of Ayurveda Govt of Rajasthan.)
  • 2008 3 rd world Ayurved Congress Jaipur.
  • 2007 Jivaka Award Himalaya Drug Banglore.
  • 2005 Pre Congress workshop KerliyaPanchakarma NewDelhi.
  • 2005 IInd International Ayurved Congress New Delhi.
  • 2005 National Conference on Diabetes and Ayurveda-Jalandhar Punjab.
  • 2005 Organized Ayurmeet 2005 at Jodhpur Rajasthan.
  • 2004 Workshop on Rasshastra VCPCRF Dehradoon.
  • 2004 World herbs Expo Bhopal.
  • 2003 DaburAyurmedha Award.
  • 2003 World Ayurved Congress Banglore.
  • Doctor on board in JagratiYatra 2017-18 & 2018-19.

4. Any other relevant information with respect to eligibility criteria

  • Advanced University Degree in Ayurveda (BAMS).
  • Panchakarma Specialization From CRIP Kerla.
  • Work Experience of Treating and Dealing Foreign Patientswith Dr. L.Mahadeven at Nagercovil, Tamil Nadu.
  • Excellent Written, Verbal and Presentation communication skills in English.
  • Sound and Deep Knowledge of Running National RuralHealth Mission Programmes.
  • Experience of Running and Monitoring various National andWHO Programmes.
  • Self Starter, Disciplined, Confidant and goal oriented.
  • Assisted in Several life-saving procedures.
  • Sound knowledge of Modern Medicine and Pathology.
  • Running Fifty Villagers Trust at Barmer.
  • Felicitated by Govt of Rajasthan for Excellent work inPanchakarma and Ayurveda on 26 Jan. 2017.
  • Knowledge of Basic Computer (MS Office and Internet)
  • Can undertake any duty as required within the field of competence and as requested by the supervisors.
  • Can prepare information that serves as advice to member states in quality, safety, and effectiveness of Ayurveda medicine and panchakarma.
  • Can undertake the implementation of the WHA resolutions andWHO strategy on Ayurveda and Panchkarma.
  • Can prepare Excellent reporting on the above-mentioned areas of work to the supervisors.
  • Can implement effectively various Yoga activity mentioned area of work.
  • Familiarity with ICD software platforms.
  • Working Experience in the area of traditional medicine in the national Rural Health Mission.
  • 12 Years 0 Months and 2 Days solid Experience in the area of traditional medicine services with multilateral and regional development institutions.
  • Devoted to Ayurveda-the basic science of life.
  • Done no. of Panchkarma procedures as below-Yr2017=1114, Yr 2018= 2539, Yr2019 march=663
  • Exposure of vasti from DR.L.MAHADEVAN Nagercovil, Tamil Nadu, and vaman from Govt.ayu.collegepanchvatiNasik, Maharashtra.
  • Good exposure -Dealt with many foreign patients atShriShardaAyurvedHospital, Derisnmcope, Tamilnadu.

Speak Up for your Sexual health Issues.

Every day I end up reading so many queries related to sexual health disorders like PME ( Premature Ejaculation), ED (Erectile Dysfunction), Spermatorrhoea, loss of libido in women and many more. Because of hesitation, people don’t consult a doctor personally . Rather they discuss it among their friends, their colleagues or they look for some fancy advertisement and buy some products. Either these medicines don’t help them or they give side effects and last wastage of money.

What is the Solution?

  1. Change Perception: Sexual health issue is not a matter of shame. It is just like any other disease like cough and cold.
  2. Consult Ayurveda Physician personally: Doctor will prescribe your medicine as per your need.

How we can help?

Our Ayurvedic sages acknowledged the requirement and they divided Ayurveda into eight branches. one such branch is Vajikarana

 Vājīkaraṇa is a special branch of Āyurveda which is practiced to promote the health and sexual life of the healthy men as well as of the sexually weak patients. 

Vajikarana is just not only a science of aphrodisiacs, virility  but it helps in improving the health and strength of progeny (offsprings)

Ayurveda offers a huge range of medicines in the form of churna, tablets, avaleh.

These are time tested herbs also with proven results.


  1. Kapikacchu
  2. Gokshura
  3. Shatavari
  4. Shilajeet
  5. Ashwagandha

How do they work?

They are just like Rasayanas that which nourishes and revitalizes the body tissues, restores equilibrium and reproductive health.


Speak Up…..Stay Healthy.



                        HYPER ACIDITY ( GERD )

The acid (HCL) in the moderate or mild condition known as hyperacidity. Hyperacidity is a hyper condition known as Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) occurs when stomach acid frequently flows back into the tube connecting your mouth and stomach (esophagus). This acid reflux can irritate the coating of your esophagus. Most people can manage the discomfort of GERD with lifestyle changes and over-the-counter medications.


 It is caused by frequent acid reflux. When you swallow, a circular band of muscle around the bottom of your esophagus (lower oesophageal sphincter) relaxes to permit food and liquid to flow into your stomach. Then the sphincter closes over. If the sphincter relaxes unusually or weakens, stomach acid can flow back up into your esophagus. This constant reflex of acid irritates the lining of your esophagus, often causing it to become inflamed.


A burning feeling in your chest (heartburn), generally after eating, which might be worse at night, Epigastric  heaviness and Chest pain, trouble swallowing, the reflex of food or sour liquid

When you have nighttime acid reflux, also experience:

Chronic cough, Laryngitis, New or worsening asthma

All symptoms are mild in hyperacidity.


 In Ayurveda hyperacidity known as Amla-Pita and GERD are known as urdhvaga amlapita, caused by the aggravation of Pitta Dosha. When aggravated Kapha associate with pita dosha acid start moves upward in the esophagus. heartburn and epigastric heaviness with nausea universal symptoms of amlapita.

Know the Remedies for HYPER-ACIDITY

Memory Enhancing Modalities of Ayurveda

Memory Enhancing Modalities of Ayurveda

Memory enhancing modalities Of Ayurveda

Memory is to retain information gathered by sense organs. The brain is the center for the collection of information, action on information and storehouse of result for a future perspective which is called MEMORY. It is the reformation of past experience by the synchronizing action of neuron involved in real experience.

Types of memory :

  • Sensory memory
  • Short term memory
  • Long term memory

In Ayurveda Classics, Memory is described as Smriti (Memory) which is one of the faculty of Mana  ( मन ). Mana is important for the perception of knowledge and without the involvement of Mana no knowledge occurs.

Smriti (memory)is one of the three faculty of Prajna (Budhi). Other two are dhee (perception of knowledge) and dhriti (Retention of knowledge). Smriti means the ability to recall things. In this competitive era, where each and everyone wants to achieve the highest goal. Competition is increasing day by day to fight the world. Competition is increasing at the school, college and workplace level. So to fight with the competition and to achieve the highest goal everyone wants to have a good memory.

Factors Responsible for Memory Loss (Smriti Hrasa) :

  • Day Sleep: Day Sleep increase Kapha Dosha. The continuous habit of day sleep alters the digestion & metabolism which hampers the growth and Smriti.
  • Intake of sour, salty and Pungent food articles.
  • Daily intake of alcohol.
  • Excessive exercise.
  • Mansika bhava like Bhaya, krodha, shoka.
  • Stress
  • Age factor.

All these factors vitiated the manovaha srotas which dimish the dhee, dhriti and Smriti.

Ayurveda Modalities for Memory Enhancement :

Ayurveda described different treatment modalities for memory enhancement.

  • Ausadh Chikitsa (Medicinal Part): Ayurveda described different medicine for memory enhancement and mano vaha srotas dusthi. Some of them are described below :
  • Sarsawatarishta: 10 -20 ML Two times daily with equal quantity of water.
  • Brahmi Vati: One tab two times daily.
  • Shankpushpi syp: 10 ml two times daily.
  • Smriti Sagar rasa: one tab two times daily.
  • Brahmi ghrit: One tablespoon full empty stomach two times daily.
  • Saraswat churna: One spoon two times daily.
  • Medhya Drugs :Mandukparni ,vacha, kushmand,jyotishmati ,jatamnsi ,ashwangadha.

The medicine should be taken with prior consultation with Ayurveda physician only.

  • Suwarna Prashana: It is a process in which pure gold ash is being used along with cow ghee and other magical herbs.
  • Rasayana Chikitsa: In Ayurveda classics, for enhancement of memory, medhya Rasayana is described.The word ‘medhya rasayanas’, derived from two words ‘medhya’, meaning intellect, and ‘rasayana’, meaning ‘rejuvenation.

Medhya Rasayana is the group of Four medicinal plants either singly or in the group mentioned by Acharya Charak:

  1. Mandukaparni swaras  (Centella Asiatica )-act as the brain growth promoter,
  2. Yastimadhu churna with milk (Glycirrhiza glabra )-improves learning and memory.
  3. Guduchi swaras (Tinospora cordifolia)- acts as learning and memory enhancing, antioxidant, and anti-stress action.
  4. Shankhapushpi Kalka  (Convolvulus pluricaulis)-effective in stress.
  • Shirodhara: Shirodhara is a classic Ayurvedic therapy.shirodhara is the pouring of warm herbal oil on the forehead in the form of a stream. Shirodhara activates the  Vital Points in the head and improves circulation over the vital points. The warm oils used cause vasodilatation of all the channels and thereby improve the blood circulation of the brain. Shirodhara also reduces the level of stress and help in the enhancement of memory.shirodhara is done with takra, oil, water and ksheer(milk), etc.
  • Shirovasti: Shirovasti is an ayurvedic procedure in which head is covered by a leather inside the cap for a certain period of time. Shirovasti is used for the treatment of neurological diseases, disease of sleep, migraine, headache, depression, enhancement of medha and smriti. It is also beneficial for lowering stress and building immunity against psychosomatic diseases. Shirovasti is a part of panchkarma procedure which includes snehana and swedana.
  • Shiro pichu: it is the procedure which derived from two words: Shiro meaning head, Pichu meaning a swab dipped in medicated oils. It falls under the categoryof Murdhni Taila. It is effective in hairfall, premature graying of hair, sleep disorders, enhancement of memory, headache and other psychological disorders.
  • Shiro Abhyanga: Shiro means head and Abhyangam refers to Massage. So Shiro abhyanga is the massage of the head which helps in the reduction of stress and improvement of memory.
  • Nasya: Nasya treatment refers to panchkarma therapy that includes installation of medicated oils, ghee or powders through the nasal route. This treatment benefits disorders of shira because. According to ayurveda classics, Nose is the pathways to our brain “nasa hi shirso dwara”. Therefore Nasya karma helps to improve intelligence and memory.

Oils useful for all these interventions are anu tailam, tila tailam, brahmi tala tailam ,mahanarayan tailam, kshirbala tailam, bala tailam, balaaswagandhadi tailam etc.

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