Ayurvedic foods can help in the treatment of Hepatitis

Acute hepatitis lasts less than six months while chronic hepatitis lasts longer than six months. Some types of hepatitis are treatable without causing permanent liver damage. Other kinds might linger for years, producing scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) and, in the worst-case scenario, loss of liver function (liver failure), which can be deadly. Types B and C, in particular, induce chronic illness and are the primary cause of cirrhosis and cancer in the liver.

“The name Kamala is used in Ayurveda to indicate a wide range of liver disorders, including Hepatitis. Kaamala is a Raktavaha srotas dominating pitta dosha ailment (a system that includes the liver, spleen, blood vessels, and reticuloendothelial tissue). Mr. Chawla explains that kaamala is caused by pitta dosha and rakta dhatu dysfunction.

Pitta is increased by poor eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle, which affects rakta production and agni, leading in a number of ailments, including hepatitis.

According to Mr Chawla, the goal of Ayureda medicine is to repair the vitiated pitta dosha and agni, which are addressed by nutrition, slight changes in daily routine, and herbal medication.\

KUTKI: It is used as a liver tonic since it has anti-inflammatory qualities and decreases fat in the liver. It stimulates the digestive fire and aids in the treatment of other pitta-related disorders.

BHUMI AAMLA: Its anti-inflammatory characteristics help to prevent liver inflammation, while its deepan (spark digestive fire) function helps to stimulate appetite and balance the kapha and pitta doshas.

KAALMEGH: It is a detoxifier that removes toxins from the body. It regulates liver enzymes, reduces inflammation, and balances the pitta dosha.

GUDUCHI (Giloy): It has antiviral qualities that are very useful in the treatment of hepatitis. It contains anti-inflammatory qualities, is strong in antioxidants, aids in the removal of toxins from the body, maintains the proper operation of liver enzymes, and enhances immunity.

TRIPHALA: A combination of three herbs: aamla, bhibhitak, and hariktaki, it’s one of the most efficient remedies for fatty liver since it regulates the liver’s enzymatic processes, lowers dangerous cholesterol levels in the blood, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.

BHRINGRAJ: It also possesses anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, and liver cell regeneration effects.

PITT PAPRA: It can help with pitta imbalances as well. Because of its chilling effect, it helps to minimise bleeding problems. It can be applied externally to relieve itching and burning.

GINGER: It aids in the reduction of fat in the fatty liver and enhances the function of liver enzymes.

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