Monsoon Ayurvedic Therapies


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Monsoon season
Monsoon season

The arrival of rains on a parched earth, bone dry after a hot summer, is indeed a blessed and pleasurable experience. But these seasonal changes also affect your health as the changes it brings about in the atmosphere impacts your body.

Varsha Ritu (Monsoon Season) is the time when all the three doshas in the body are in an aggravated state. To maintain good health, it is necessary to bring back these aggravated doshas to balance. The vata dosha which is already vitiated but has not shown its impact on health has a tendency to break out in the form of diseases during the monsoon season – rains and the accompanying cold weather, causing all painful conditions to aggravate.

For those who seek to emerge strong and hardy, this season is apt to opt for different Ayurveda interventions as the already depleted nutrition in the atmosphere as well as the human body makes the Agni – the metabolic-digestive fire – weak. This weakened Agni leads to the vitiation of all the three Doshas – Bio-elements – governing the body. Hence this season is good for Ayurveda therapies that either treat or prevent maladies that can arise on account of vitiation of the Doshas.

As per classical Ayurveda principles, this is the best time for people suffering from Vatarogas like Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sciatica, Low Back ache, Cervical and Lumbar Spondylosis and other Neurological complaints; and aggravation of Kapha dosha causing cold, cough, allergy & skin diseases.

The best outcomes for multiple vague aches and pains, Burning sensation, and Tiredness and Lethargy, apart, the season is particularly ideal for treating Stroke Rehabilitation, Parkinsonism, Muscular Dystrophy, IBS, Acid Peptic Disorders, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's Disease, Chronic Constipation and Urinary Tract Infection.

Disclaimer: * Outcomes may vary from person to person