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The oldest system of medicine in India is Ayurveda that cure ailments in a natural way by natural things present in nature. According to Ayurvedic principles our body is balanced by three vital energies i.e. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Imbalance of these energies leads to illness.

Ayurveda calls Parkinson's disease as kampvata in Ayurveda. Due to overconsumption of dry and cold foods, fasting, skipping meals, more excitement etc. leads to vitiation of Vata dosha which leads to vitiation of rasa dhatu. Here presents with dry skin which is considered as the Poorva roopa of kampvata. Later on vitiated Vata goes deeper and affects Meda, Majja dhatus to block the channels and results in stiffness, rigidity of muscles, and tight skin with tremors. Tremors is kampa and bio-humor that is air is Vata therefore disease named as kampvata.


Parkinsonism (Parkinson's syndrome) is a neurological disorder which affects the body movements due to impaired neurons in specific area of brain. Normally neurons produce a chemical dopamine responsible for controlling movements. When cells releasing dopamine are damaged symptoms of slow hand movements, unstable postures, tremors and muscle stiffness occurs.

Men are more likely to have with this health condition. Elderly people after 60 are more prone with the ratio 1:100. Genes are also responsible for Parkinson's disease to develop.

Causes of Parkinsonism

  • Brain stroke and tumors
  • Psychiatric medications and illegal drugs usage for longer period of time
  • Head injuries
  • Neurodegenerative disorders
  • Dementia
  • Age and genetics

Common Symptoms of Parkinsonism

Symptoms vary greatly among individuals:-

  • Tremors (shaking, trembling) affecting hand, arm and leg
  • Stiffness of muscles
  • Slow movements
  • Depression, Hallucinations and delusions
  • Unstable postures
  • Constipation
  • Speech and swallowing problems in later stages of disease

Complications related to Parkinson's disease

  • People with Parkinson's diseases experience lack of concentration, low memory, lot of mental stress and anxiety.
  • There is accumulation of saliva which drools out due to lack of proper swallowing capacity.
  • There is no control over bladder, either person faces difficulty in urinating or excess urination.
  • Constipation due to poor digestive problems.
  • Sleeping problems.
  • Sexual problems like erectile dysfunction, low libido etc.
  • Sudden fall of blood pressure (hypotension)


Dietary Supplements

1. Ashwagandha Capsules

Ashwagandha Capsules of Planet Ayurveda are packed with pure extract of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera). Ashwagandha is known as winter cherry whose whole plant is used to formulate natural products but roots/mool is used widely.

Recommended Dosage - 1-2 capsules twice on a daily basis, with plain, water after meals.

2. GotuKola Capsules

GotuKola Capsules of Planet Ayurveda contain 500 mg standardized extract of Gotu kola leaves. Gotu kola is a creeping marsh plant that grows in tropical areas. Since it contains plethora of nutrients including vitamins A, B, E and K, magnesium, manganese it is beneficial for healthy body.

Recommended Dosage - 1-2 capsules twice on a daily basis, with plain, water after meals.

3. Stress Support

Stress Support Capsules of Planet Ayurveda are packed with wonderful ingredients such as Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Tagar (Valleriana wallichi), Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), and Jatamansi (Nordostachyes jatamansi).

Recommended Dosage - 1-2 capsules twice on a daily basis, with plain, water after meals.

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  • Prefer high fiber diet
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Coconut water is good to have
  • Opt for vegetables like bottle gourd, bitter melons, ridge gourd, round gourd, pumpkin etc.
  • Spinach, carrot, radish, papaya, apples, pears are good to have.
  • Avoid using salt in excess
  • Avoid alcohol and smoking
  • Say no to all kind of junk, fried and spicy foods
  • Do not take stress and relax your mind

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