kidney failure

According to Ayurveda, the kidneys are made up of the "Rakta" and "Meda" dhatus. Treating these two dhatus is also an effective way to treat the kidneys. Medicines used are: Patol, Saariva, Patha (Cissampelos pareira), Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Kutki (Picrorrhiza kurroa), Chirayta (Swertia chirata), Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Chandan (Santalum album) and Shunthi (Zinziber officinalis).
Lastly, the known cause of chronic renal failure is treated using medicines which also act upon the kidneys. Vascular (related to the blood vessels) diseases like renal artery stenosis and inflammation of the artery walls(vasculitis) can be treated using medicines like Arogya Vardhini, Tapyadi Loha, Mahamanjishthadi Qadha, Kamdudha Vati, Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia), Bhrungraj (Eclipta alba), Saariva, Kutki and Sarpagandha (Rauwolfia serpentina). Primary glomerular diseases like membranous nephropathy and glomerlonephritis can be treated using Punarnava, Gokshur, Saariva and Manjishtha. Secondary glomerular disease resulting from diabetes, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis etc. can be treated accordingly, using the medicines appropriate for those diseases. Similarly, suitable Ayurvedic medicines can be given for other causes like polycystic kidneys, prostate enlargement and neurogenic bladder.

Cardiac Disorders

n ancient Ayurvedic herbal treatment for heart disease, has been discovered to be as effective as leading prescription heart medications. The best part of Ayurvedic medicine, is that you have none of the negative side effects found in traditional prescriptions.
Terminalia arjuna is an enormous tree that grows wild throughout much of South Asia � and its bark contains natural alkaloids and other chemicals effective in treating heart ailments and metabolic diseases.
This is good news for the many people who are worried about their current heart health � and for the many others who are trying to guard against heart problems later in life. Heart disease is still the Number 1 killer of people in the U.S., despite the fact that recent decades have brought many advances in heart medicine, including open-heart surgery � the procedure that most people hope they would never experience.

Nervous Disorder

Ayurveda considers that neurological disorders are caused primarily due to imbalance in the function of Vata. A careful history and a detailed Ayurvedic Pulse reading and investigations would reveal the diagnosis and the intricacies of the complex chain reaction involving various sub doshas. Most neurological disorders take long time to see significant improvements.
Ayurvedic approach however may not be a permanent cure to most of the diseases. But they give far better results compared to modern medical approach alone. Combined with Ayurvedic treatments and Yoga therapies and Pranayama, majority of the neurological disorders respond very well. The quality of life improves and in many cases, slowly, over a period of time, many neurological disorders can be cured. More research is required to predict which ones could be cured and how long it takes to cure.
The damage caused to the brain tissue or the thin axonal sheath of the nerve does not regenerate. However, in many cases the adjoining nerve tissue is capable of taking over the lost function over a period of time. The focus of Ayurvedic treatment aims to make the patient understand the possibilities and limitations of the disease and undergo Ayurvedic treatments, which give invaluable benefits.


Arthritis is one of the most pervasive and common diseases in the world. Arthritis is inflammation, characterized by pain, stiffness & swelling of one or more joints and connective tissues.Arthritis is a general term used to indicate any rheumatic disorder that cause pain, stiffness and swelling of the joints. As Arthritis is an inflammatory condition if not treated as early as possible the one-way progression of the inflammation may lead to permanent destruction. In Rheumatoid Arthritis, inflammation affects different joints with different power. It has been found that damage to bones begins in the early stages that is in the first or second year of the inflammation. Therefore, RA demands early, expert diagnosis.
Signs and Symptoms
Joint swelling and pain
Loss of weight
Morning stiffness
Swollen nodules Loss of appetite
Persistent fatigue
Muscle weakness