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- Management of post operative Fistulectomy wound with Panchatikta ghrita application
- Management of Madhumeha (Diabetes mellitus) with current evidence and intervention with Ayurvedic Rasa / Sidha medicines
- Management of Dushta vrana (Chronic wounds) with Hinsradi Tail application.
- Health scenario of Woman in ancient perspective
- Efficacy of kasisadi ghrita in parikartika
- Effectiveness of Rasayana therapy in CA Lung (Squamous cell carcinoma)
- Importance of Chemo-Radio protective role of Ayurvedic therapy in a NHL patient
- Amlapitta: An Ayurvedic Perspective
- Agnikarma by Pippali in Muscle Spasm
- ROLE OF TILNILOTPAL GANDUSHA IN MANAGEMENT OF MUKHAPAKA / Apthous ulcer
- THE FOETUS AND RELEVANCE OF “PUMSAVANA”
- VRIKSHA AYURVEDA – THE NEGLECTED SCIENCE
- Agni and Ahaar Pachan
- Dhatu Poshan Nyays and Dosha,Dhatu,Mala
- Oja in Ayurveda
- Panchbhoutic Siddanth and Purusha
- Bhaishajya Kalpana and Ayurveda Padartha Vidyan
- Traya Upastambha
- Dharniyavega and Sadvritta
Important Anti Inflammatory Ayurvedic Herbs
Inflammation is the body’s reaction towards any type of irritation or infection or injury. The anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic herbs are used for natural cure of inflammations. It is the body’s natural defence to save the body from any kind of harm. Hence, inflammation can occur when there is less immunity in the body to fight against any injury to the body or it can also occur due to over responsiveness of the body.
These unfortunate inflammations can lead to serious health problems such as diabetes, arthritis and even cancers. Then, anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic herbs becomes useful to treat those health conditions in a natural way without any side-effects. The various anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic herbs are described in this article.
Anti Inflammatory Ayurvedic Herbs
Some important Ayurvedic herbs are given as follows:
Guggul – This herb has both cholesterol lowering and ant-inflammatory properties. It also helps relieve pain in conditions like fibromyalgia and rheumatism. The herb should be taken in raw or powdered form.
Turmeric – It is an excellent anti-inflammatory herb for various conditions like arthritis, gout, tendinitis, immune disorders and injury. It is added to food and can be taken directly.
Ginger – It is also commonly used anti-inflammatory herb. It can be added to food or taken directly. Ginger tea is prepared which has high anti-inflammatory properties.
Neem – It is a highly beneficial Ayurvedic herb. It helps relieve joints pain and muscles aches. It also has anti-fungal and and anti-bacterial properties.
Basil – It is also a common anti-inflammatory herb. It is used to treat cold, cough and sore throat. Herb’s oil has an anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.
Few other herbs which are considered to be powerful anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic herbs are:
The above are some of the important anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic herbs.
Some Signs of Inflammation
Rubor – Redness
Dolor – Pain
Tumor – Swelling
Calor – Heat
Functio laesa – Loss of Function
The primary symptom of inflammation cannot be pain, as many organs in the body do not have pain sensitive nerves.