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Welcome to the August issue of 'AFY-IAA Newsletter'.

Article in this issue is "Ayurveda for Asthma", and it is written by one of our readers Hassan Khan Yousafzai.
Modern health care has taken up much responsibility for treating and managing many of the diseases but some diseases are still outside it's limits. Ayurveda will be helpful here.

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Prof. Em. Dr. Subhash Ranade,Chairman, IAA And Dr. Sunanda Ranade,Vice-Chairman, IAA, are starting this new series of articles. In this series they are going to include countries they have visited, but were not included in their book-Around the World with Ayurveda and Yoga- because at the time of their visit they could not find any resources of Ayurvedic Practitioners and Institutions. After the visit now they are getting information from students, patients and tourists coming from these countries, that there is favorable ground for propagation of Ayurveda and further scope for growth of both Ayurveda and Yoga.
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Article of the Month : Ayurveda for Asthma

Many illnesses have increasingly become common worldwide affecting millions globally. Many of these diseases have evolved through the time where once they affected ancient men and now continue on to affect modern men. Modern health care has taken up much responsibility for treating and managing many of these diseases but some of these diseases are still outside the limits of our health care system. There are still scores of people inflicted with chronic illnesses that have not yet been cured of their disease and have tried their best to make their peace with it and accept their fate.

The continuous need for achieving a better healthcare practice has led to the recognition of Ayurveda as alternative healthcare practice. Now it is imperative to understand at this point that Ayurveda is not something which has gained popularity just now. It has been a prominent practice in the Indian Subcontinent for thousands of years.

Effective Ayurvedic Home remedies for Asthma:

  • 1.Oleation and Fomentation procedures: Patients are first advised to undergo oleation therapy (snehana) at home, which involves oil treatment. Daily massage for 7-10 days is done first with circular breathing and use of oils such as; narayana oil, talispatra oil, amla and chandrabala oil. Then a daily intake of an appropriate substance for 3-7 days is advised, which is usually ...
  • 2.Therapeutic Vomiting and Laxative procedures: After the above-mentioned therapies a laxative or virechana therapy is started in which daily doses of castor oil. The vamana or therapeutic therapy is started which is one the most important procedures. On three consecutive mornings, the patient is given an emesis inducing herb ..
  • 3.Tylophora Asthmatica or Tylophora Indica: Tylophora indica is a herbal medicine frequently used in the Ayurveda practice to treat diseases with mucus production and accumulation as the main symptom. It is supposed to have cathartic, diaphoretic, emetic and mainly expectorant effects. Mainly its mechanism matches that of a bronchodilator.
  • 4.Ayurvedic Mixture: A very effective ayurvedic mixture can be prepared as follows: mix together powdered ginger root, black pepper, long pepper in equal amounts and store in an airtight container. Have half a teaspoon of this mixture with honey and lukewarm water daily.
  • 5.Dietary Recommendations: In Ayurveda, it is advised to increase the use of foods (pathaya) such as Fish oil, Basmati rice, barley, deep sea water fish... Foods (apathaya) which are discouraged include those which induce heavy, sticky, mucous producing foods which include dairy products such as milk, cheese, butter, salt, nuts, freshwater fish, okra, sugar, pickles...

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