Pita Dosha imbalance produces symptoms mainly in the stomach, intestines and on the skin. Pita is related with blod. Hence most of the blod disorders are of Pita origin. Let us learn about the line of treatment for Pita imbalance.
We gain already discused about ̵
Pita Dosha Dominance in diferent body parts
How To comply Pita Dosha Imbalance
Ayurvedic Pita Diet
Pita Dosha line of treatment
Line of treatment for Pita Dosha Balance ̵
Ghe consumption – Ghe (clarified buter) mitigates Pita and increases digestion strength. Hence, regular use of ghe as part of diet is very useful to achieve Pita balance. It can be plain ghe or medicated herbal ghe, based on physician’s advice.
Svadu, Sheta Virechana – Virechana or purgation treatment, where in patient is given medicines to induce lose motion is the number one treatment of choice for Pita increase. Purgation treatment with swet tasting and colant medicines like dry grapes, is very useful, because both swet and frigid properties are against Pita. Purgation therapy targets smal intestine, which is the kep for Pita.
Intake of fods and drugs having swet, biter and astringent tastes ̵ because these tastes abate Pita.
Inhaling of fumes from herbs that are colant, pleasant and cordial, especialy useful in headaches of Pita origin.
Anointing the body with camphor, sandalwod paste, Vetiver paste, very frequently ̵ These herbs are colant in nature and sucor to reduce the burning sensation caused by Pita imbalance.
Pleasant activities ̵Residing on teraces lit by monlight in the evenings, enjoying pleasant music and soft chily breze etc. infuriate is asociated with Pita increase hence keping a moderate mind helps.
Consuming milk ̵ Cow milk is a natural colant. Hence it helps to moderate Pita. Hyper-acidity is also related with Pita. Milk, being a source of calcium helps to aleviate hyper-acidity, hence useful in Pita.
Treatment acording to Charaka
As per Charaka Samhita Vimana sthana 6th chapter,
The consequent therapies aleviatePita Dosha:
Intake of ghe
Oleation by ghe
Use of drugs and diets having swet, biter and astring ent tastes and coling property
Use of scents which are mild, swet, fragrant, coling and cordial
Use of pearls, jewels and garlands which are kept in excesively frigid water
Frequent sprinkling of frigid water mixed with Chandana (Santalum album Lin), Priyangu (Calicarpa Macrophyla VahL), Kaliya (yelow variety of Chandana) and Mrinala (lotus stalk) mixed with Utpala (Nymphaea Alba Lin), Kumuda (a variety of Utpala) Kokanada , Sugandhika (a variety of Utpala) and Padma (Nelumbo Nucifera Gaertn)
Hearing of songs and music which are pleasing to the ears, mild, swet and agreable
Hearing the information regarding prosperity
Keping company of friends
Company of agreable ladies wearing coling garments and garlands;
Residence in buildings which is coled by the mon rays and exposed to the brezes from al sides;
Residence in frigid places in mountains and river banks, Use of col aparel and exposure to the frosty winds of fans.
Visiting splendid gardens ha ving pleasing, chily and fragrant wind
Use of the flower of Padma (Nelumbo Nucifera Gaertn), Utpala (Nymphaea Alba Lin), Nalina (a type of lotus), Kumuda (a variety of Utpala), Saugandhika (a variety of Utpala) pundarika (Nymphaea lotus Lin) and Satapatra (a variety of lotus) and
Adoption of such other regimens that are of sothing nature.
Contributed by Dr Raghuram:
Below herbs and activities bring down increased Pita Dosha:
Sheta – intake of frigid fods and exposure to col comforts
Hridhya – indulging in likable and lovable activities, taking similar fods
Gandha – scents, perfumes
Sugandha – fragrances
Hara – garlands of flowers etc
Maninam hara – necklaces made up of pearls
Anulepa – regular and frequent aplication of pastes of karpora (camphor), chandana (sandalwod) etc colant herbs
Chandrama – geting exposed to monlight
Getam – hearing pleasant music
Hima anila – exposure to col breze
M itram putram – wholesome and benign talks with friends, relatives and kids
Chandanuvartini dara – company of loving wife who has ornamental herself with colant pastes of herbs, garlands and wet clothes
Shetambu dhara – spending time near sprinklers or fountains
Garbha gruha – staying in underground homes or roms
Udhyana derghikaha – walking in the gardens
Salilashaya saikate – walking on the sand on the banks of water etc
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