Obesity ayurvedic medicine
asked by ishi
on 10 May 2010 13:41
i am 35 year old woman and have 4 year old daughter. i had ceasarian. at present my weight is 80 kgs and my height is 152cms. i have no other medical problem. how can i reduce my weight and can i take Divya Medohar Vati along with exercise routine and diet control
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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-
As per your given details your BMI is 34.63 where you come under class I obesity where you are highly in risk for cardiac complaints and other systemic illness. Hence you need to be careful and keen in reducing excess body weight which may hamper your lifestyle.
With the help of combined therapies like alternative medicines and complimentary medicines and with proper diet plan you can achieve proper results. If there is any associated illness like thyroid complaints, that has to be mentioned clearly and treated accordingly.
Following proper diet and timings of food intake is important. You can split the food timings in short durations.
Avoid consuming excess oily foods, excess calorie intake, and regular physical exercises are very important.
Include fibre rich food, leafy vegetables, and other vegetables like carrot, bitter gourd, cabbage, and fruits like water melon, apple juice etc, and fruit salads, and reduce the quantity of intake in night times.
Yoga is very helpful for reducing weight. Sarvanagasana, and pranayama is very helpful if you can be able to perform.
Triphala churnam is also very useful medicine which can be used in different forms like consume with warm water and adding lemon 10 drops in it and consuming in morning empty stomach is very helpful or you can consume same powder with the following combination like Triphala 1 tsp, Honey 1 tsp, Aloevera 30 ml, can be consumed in morning is helpful.
Ayurvedic medicines for obesity are like Divya Medohar Vati and Ayurslim and you can use Amla Juice and Aloevera Honey
For any doubts, please feel free to ask.
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posted by Guest on 26 May 2012 15:50
asked by rajn
on 27 January 2010 6:25
Please advice me that, my son 15 yrs is very weak and height also not increasing as per age so I want to increase his weight & height but how?
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asked by mirza
on 20 September 2010 16:43
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Namaste. My age is 45yrs. I am 192lbs and 5'0 inches tall. According to my height/weight how many tablets should I take of medohar vati and how many times in a day should I take it. Which way is more effective in taking medohar vati, Should I take it 1/2 hr before meals or 1 hr after meals. Please guide... Read More
As your concern is about the method of intake of Divya Medohar Vati, you need to understand that as your body mass index or BMI is higher as 37.5. which has to be taken care of with multiple treatments and not only with Divya Medohar Vati, however, you can take this tablet twice daily after one hour of breakfast and after dinner with lukewarm water and dosage would be one or two tabletsAlong.. Read more
asked by Player22
on 22 October 2012 20:06
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My Name is Jay chauhan
Age 25 year (Male)
my concern is i under weight
height 5.11 feet, weight 55 kg, i tried so many things to gain weight, like banana shake, milk with eggs but still i m at same position, my metabolism also not to good my this is the reason, what what i do for this
when i face problem i meat a doctor they give me some medicine, & this is only a temp... Read More
Actually, according to Ayurveda, it is easier task to manage underweight persons in terms of treatment. In your case, you might be consuming enough nutritious food, but there could be slight errors in consuming food. That is following appropriate timings of food intake, and chewing the food properly
As per science, it is important to consume heavy breakfast and that can be balanced.. Read more
asked by sparkle
on 30 April 2011 22:53
I have been suffering from pitta disorder for the last 3-4 months. It has been greatly alleviated by using avipattikar churna.
Can I also use Medohar vaTi along with Avipattikar churna and Mukta Pishti?
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Divya Avipattika chruna ,Mukta Pisti and Divya Medohar vati All these three can be easily taken a the same time. These will not cause any side effect or complications , so you need not have to worry
Te dosage will be one medohar vati twice a day with lukewarm water after food.Similalrt the mukta pisti can be taken twice a day after meals with water
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