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How Ayurvedic Medicine is applied to treat Epilepsy:
Ayurvedic treatment for epilepsy is specifically tailored to each individual’s case and looks at the dominant dosha in their constitution as well as their symptoms.
However, Ayurvedic treatment for epilepsy generally involves the following aspects:
A- Purvakarma treatments:
Purvakarma is the Sanskrit word for “foremost action.” It comprises herbal and oil treatments used to loosen the accumulated toxins in the gut and brain. Ayurvedic practitioners believe these toxins cause epilepsy.
Ayurveda uses natural and herbal remedies to treat diseases. However, if you want to use Ayurvedic medicines, herbs, supplements to treat a particular condition, you should consider the following precautions:
- Consult your Ayurvedic practitioner before taking Ayurvedic products on your own. Let them know if you have diabetes or are taking medication that may affect your treatment plan. They should adjust it to avoid any harmful interactions with the medication you are taking.
Since Ayurvedic treatments are derived from natural herbs and plants, most treatments do not cause adverse events. However, if you take some Ayurvedic preparations or herbs, you may experience the following side effects.
- Heavy metal poisoning: if Ayurvedic products contain toxic amounts of heavy metals like lead, arsenic, or mercury, they might cause heavy metal poisoning.
- Some Ayurvedic herbal formulations might cause headaches, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea, rashes, or allergic reactions.
Jain S., Tandon P. N., (2004) Ayurvedic medicine and Indian literature on epilepsy. Neurology Asia, 9 (Supplement 1). 57 –58. http://www.neurology-asia.org/articles/20043_057.pdf
Sriranjini, S. J., Sandhya, K., & Mamta, V. S. (2015). Ayurveda and botanical drugs for epilepsy: Current evidence and future prospects. Epilepsy & Behavior, 52, 290–296. doi:10.1016/j.yebeh.2015.05.039
Ayurveda For Epilepsy
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