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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

It is most common and serious inflammatory disease in female reproductive tract which is usually caused by sexually transmitted infections (STI). This term is used to describe an infection in lower female reproductive tract that spreads upward to the upper female reproductive system. Lower female reproductive system consists of vagina, cervix and upper female reproductive system consists of uterus, fallopian tubes or uterine tubes and the ovaries. PID affects more than 1 million women each year in U.S. It can be managed with the help of Ayurvedic medicines which are safe and natural. These medicines are purely obtained from herbs like Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Ashok (Saraca indica) and Udumbur (Ficus glomerata).

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Nephrotic syndrome

People who don't smoke, have proper body weight, eat healthy diet and are physically and mentally active they reduce their risk to various disorders. But in the era of modernization it is very difficult to maintain healthy lifestyle and healthy eating habits. Every person is too busy and everyone develop a world of materialistic wealth. We are ignoring this fact that we are living in world of serious environmental, social, physiological and psychological problems. We ignore the negative effects of our like style. Our static and comfortable lifestyle leads to various disease related to our renal function system, cardiac system, digestive system and reproductive system. Kidneys are bean shaped organ found in human body.

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Herbal Remedies for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Ayurvedic Treatment

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 9:55:50 AM Asia/Calcutta

Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) also known as benign prostatic hypertrophy is an enlarged prostate that can block the urethra (a tube that excretes urine out of the body.) It is very common problem after 40 years of age in men. The prostate is a small gland found only in men, located below the bladder. Planet Ayurveda has PROSTATE CARE PACK, completely herbal that is beneficial and improves urinary flow rate while reducing post-void residual urine also inhibits prostatic stromal proliferation.

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Herbal Remedies for Psychosis, Ayurvedic Treatment - Causes & Symptoms

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 5:18:30 PM Asia/Calcutta

Psychosis

Mental health is equally important as physical health. Lack of good mental health creates the adverse effects on physical health. It is well said the good mental health helps us to enjoy life in an appropriate way. Today's life style, hectic schedule and pressure of society are responsible for mental disorders. Ayurveda describes the mental health as a state of mental, spiritual and intellectual wellbeing. Ayurveda is a holistic approach for the treatment of diseases that helps to integrate the mind, body and soul.

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Bhoj-Patra (Betula Utilis) - Properties, Benefits, Uses & Dosage

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 10:10:09 PM Asia/Calcutta

Bhoj-Patra, Betula Utilis

Bhoj Patra Tree is a tree widely found in the Himalayas, well-known for the use of its bark for writing in ancient India. The tree is distinguished by its white to brownish bark. It is a middle sized tree, with very distinctive bark which peels off in very thin, almost transparent strips. Male flowers are born in catkins which hang in bunches at the end of bare branches, or with young leaves. Female flowers arise in solitary spikes. Leaves are 5-8 cm long, ovate, fine pointed, irregularly saw-toothed, finely hairy when young. Flowering: April-May. The tree of bhoj patra generally attains the height of sixty five feet. There was a time when horoscopes were composed on some special types of leaves called as bhoj patra or bhurja patra. Till the invention of paper, bark of bhoj patra was used for storing information in a written form. Owing to be used in place of paper, it is also called as lekhya patra i.e. leaf for writing. Available frequently in Himalayan range, bhojpatra's bark is soft, shining and is like a paper. Its heartwood is of red and...

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Asherman's syndrome

Asherman's syndrome, also known by the name intrauterine adhesions, is an acquired condition where there is formation of scar tissue (adhesions) in the cavity of the uterus. Intrauterine adhesions are scars that result from trauma to the uterus. Endometrium is lining of uterus that composed of two layers: the functional layer, which is the superficial and is shed every month during menstruation, and the underlying basal layer from which regenerates the functional layer. Myometrium is the layer below Endometrium. In Asherman's syndrome, flat scar tissue replaces functional endometrium which does not respond to hormones and causes changes in the menstrual cycle involving...

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Vitamin E - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Friday, July 22, 2016 8:37:29 AM Asia/Calcutta

Vitamin E

It is fat soluble vitamin. Vitamin E is an antioxidant in nature and helps to protect the cell membrane from damage caused by free radicals and also prevents the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. It is composed of a group of substances called tocopherols which are divided into different forms like alpha, beta, and gamma. It is necessary for maintenance of structure and functions of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscles in body. mIt also helps in formation of RBCs and storage of vitamin A, K, iron and selenium.

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Vitamin B5 - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Saturday, July 23, 2016 9:27:40 AM Asia/Calcutta

Vitamin B5

It is water soluble vitamin. It is also a member of vitamin B family which helps to convert food into energy in the body. Vitamin B5 is found in many natural food sources. Actual meaning of Pantothenic is "from everywhere" because it found in so many food or natural sources. It is present in all living cells and it plays an important role in metabolism where it acts as part of the molecule called coenzyme A or CoA. Pantothenic acid is found in yeasts, molds, bacteria, and plant and animal cells, as well as in human blood plasma and lymph fluid. It is also found in intestinal wall in the body.

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Vitamin K - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Sunday, July 24, 2016 1:08:23 AM Asia/Calcutta

Vitamin K

It is a fat soluble vitamin. It plays an important role in blood clotting. It has also important role in protection of heart and keeps the bones strong. Sometimes it is referred as "the forgotten vitamin" because major benefits are overlooked. Typically it is not a dietary supplement, actually it is a group of compounds. Deficiency of vitamin K is rare but it is due to abnormal absorption of vitamin K which may be due to malfunction of liver and problem in metabolism.

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Vitamin B6 - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Sunday, July 24, 2016 2:44:18 PM Asia/Calcutta

Vitamin B6

It is also called Pyridoxine. It is water soluble vitamin. It is involved in the process of formation of serotonin and norepinephrine, these act as neurotransmitters that transmit signals to brain. It is also involved in formation of myelin which is a protein layer around nerve cells. It helps to maintain normal nerve function and maintain the blood sugar level.

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