Facial - Ayurvedic Medicines & Remedies

Facial hair removal

asked by Shifa on 10 February 2018 23:02
Dear Dictor I having pcos problem n having facial hair how can I remove this facial hair ?? Can u tel me body Ubtan is good to use pls suggest... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hait
Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Ubtan can be applied to reduce the extra facial hair. Basically besan flour along with turmeric or chandana will be beneficial in reducing the growth of hair when used regularly. The paste must be applied and allowed to dry. Then removing it with warm water will help to clear it and also will reduce the facial hair It is seen in PCOD due to the harmonal changes. So medicines taken to balance the.. Read more



How to remove facial hair and want to conceive

asked by Priyanka aggarwal on 7 March 2017 9:48
I priya age 26 affected from facial hair from last 2 year having problem irregular period and pcod but now period come on tym but facial hair so much on my face and no baby babaji please tell me how to remove facial hair permanently and how to... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Concieve, Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Kanika):- Hello, Female fertility depends mainly on ovulation process.In PCOD this process is altered due to hormonal imbalances.Although ovulation is completely a hormones dependant process controlled by hypothalamus which stimulates further pitutary gland to release hormones.PCOD leads to increased hair growth,acne, altered menstruation cycle and decreased levels of insulinAyurveda calls it bandhatva caused.. Read more

Facial Twiching

asked by Anirudh123 on 9 February 2017 16:15
My cheeks starts shivering whenever I have to speak in public or while I giving presentation. It also happens when I laughs, smile or get nervous. I am suffering from this from the last 2 years. I am 20 years old now. Please give me the solution for this... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Spasm
Expert's Advice (Dr.Kanika):- Hello, muscles of face control the activity of mouth, they control talk,smile and other expression of face. Any muscular weakness causes the imbalance leading to facial twiching especially in a stressful situation,where the adranile rush is there.According to ayurveda, the vata dosha in body causes the spasm in musclesAyurvedic medicines recommended are as follows- 1.karpasathyadi tail-local.. Read more

PCOS problems

asked by AgarN2 on 4 September 2016 11:08
Hello Sir, I am 34 married woman with 16 months old baby. I have complaint of irregular periods(from starting) and unwanted hair on face. I had dermoid cyst also which was removed at the time of cesarean. My BP is fine, bowels is fine and no diabetes. Plz advice treatment for my problems. I am fair colooured so coarse hair on face is a big pain. Thank you so much!... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- PCOD is a harmonal problem which causes the formation of many cysts in the ovaries. It affects the ovulation and irregular periods along with facial hair will be seen. As a cosmetic concern, a paste of turmeric and gram flour can be applied to the face to reduce the facial hair. A healthy diet and regular exercise is essential to improve the sensitivity of the insulin as there will be insulin.. Read more

Facial hemispasm

asked by Rumjhum on 20 July 2016 10:10
I am 51 year lady. I have facial hemispasm problem since 2006.i am taking Lamitor od 200 mg in the morning. I have high cholesterol and high tryclyceroid. Bp normal. My mri normal.i use to have 32 days menstrul cycle. Now a days it is irregular .everyday I do 45 min morning walk. My appitite normal. I am married and have 27 year old son. 1993 I had done lumber puncher thrice. My mother is expired... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hemispasm
Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Hemifacial spasm is caused due to aggravated vata with symptoms like involunatary twitching. It is commonly seen due to the compression of the facial nerve. It also affects the movement of the eyes or eyebrows. Vata pacifying diet and lifestyle will be beneficial Ayurvedic medicines like Divya Dashmool kvath, Aswagandha Ghrit and Brihat Vata Chintamani can be taken for a month and then reviewed... Read more

Facial paralysis

asked by Lissy on 19 May 2016 9:14
Hi! I am a 35 years old woman,about 4 years ago I got faccial paralysis on my left face. I was treated in the hospital with physiotherapy without any result, after with acupuncture by one chineese acupunturist. After a couple session of accupunture I am able to move my face partial, but I can not move my forhead at all. All the specialists and therapists say my muscles are too weak and the ... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Paralysis
Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- There are effective Ayurvedic medicines for facial paralysis. These treatments will be beneficial to strengthen the facial muscles. The treatments like Oil massage, Fomentations, Streaming oil, Nasya and Vasti will be beneficial. These treatments can be taken in an Ayurvedic hospital for a period varying between 12-16 days Ayurvedic medicines like MahaRasnadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water.. Read more

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome - right facial palsy

asked by Vrs on 26 April 2016 16:05
Hi doctor. I was affected by Ramsay Hunt Syndrome in Feb 2016. The allopathic medicines subsided the herpes virus in my ear. However the palsy on the right side of face remains.what can I do now? I have recently started with ayurvedic medicines from a vaidya..will that help in any manner..after two months of the disease... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hunt, Palsy, Ramsay
Expert's Advice (YogaGuru):- Can you mention what all ayurvedic medicines you are taking from vaidya for this problem? You should also try Pranayama as it treats all sought of disorders from the.. Read more

Facial hair growth

asked by ramchen on 10 April 2015 22:43
27/m/no facial hair growth/ no medication/ I'm also suffering from asthma from childhood, less appetite. I have very less facial hair, less / uneven moustache, and less hairs on chin, tried shaving, but no result, feels less with confidence, people think of me as a kid (teenage), even I'm very thin, my weight is just 50 KGS. Thank... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Growth, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, In males, if there is variation in hormonal levels, there are chances of having few characteristics of feminine. In your case as you are complaining about less facial hair or beard and moustache. Considering these changes as hormonal, you can try to follow some medications which will help to give some modifications in hormonal way. You can have the following medicines such as Narasimha.. Read more

Hormonal imbalance caused extra facial hair

asked by riya09 on 25 February 2015 12:28
Age:23, Female, 3 or 4 years ago i took medicine for height. But noe that medicine caused side effect and due to this i have extra facial hair on my upper lip and on chip. Then I post this above Query on this site and i followed Dr. Sony's instructions. He told me to take few medicines for bringing the hormonal level down. Those medicines are: 1. Jeerakarishtam 2. kadalee kalpa... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, Unwanted hair is completed related to hormonal imbalances, in terms of period regularities, and blood tests wise apparently normal, but there are some factors which are still contributing for unwanted hair. Mainly after attaining puberty, there will be changes in secondary sexual characteristics, like in females, development of breasts takes place and shape of body changes, and fat.. Read more

Menstrual Cycle

asked by Shonaya on 29 October 2013 17:06
I have irregular periods since age 14. I am 28 right now. I do not have menses for 6 to 7 to sometimes 8 months. I also have lot many dark, coarse facial hair and lot many hair on whole body. I did consult to one of the vaidyas of Patanjali. He asked me to have Stri Rasayan Vati and Rajpravartani vati (2 tabs twice a day after meals). But he said facial hair cannot be treated. Ques 1) Is there no... Read More
3 replies  -  Related Tags: Facial, Menstrual, Menstrual cycle
Expert's Advice (Dr.Gautam):- Hello What is the present condition? Are you getting your periods normally now after taking the medicines? Or is it still irregular? Irregular periods is a metabolic disorder and that itself indicates improper metabolism in your bodyDue to this there has been a hormonal imbalance in your body which has resulted in facial/body hair As such there is not medicine that can remove hair, but you may try.. Read more

Removal of facial hair from chin and cheeks

asked by plucky kapoor on 7 September 2013 9:43
I AM 55 YEARS OF AGE.MY UTERUS AND OVERIES HAVE BEEN REMOVED 8 YEARS BACK DUE TO EXCESSIVE BLEEDING.I WANT TO GET RID OF MY FACIAL HAIR WHICH I AM HAVING SINCE 25 YEARS.EARIER IT WAS LESS BUT NOW GROWTH HAS INCREASED. I AM ALSO TAKING MEDICINE FOR BLOOD PRESSURE FOR THE LAST 18 YEARS WHICH REMAINS 140/86.I AM ALSO HAVING JOINT PAIN IN KNEES AND I AM UNABLE TO CLOSE MY FIST SINCE 8 YEARS. KINDLY... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sony):- Hello, From the above description you are seen to have hirsuitism. This occurs mainly due to increased level of testosteronein in your body. Secondly it is said that you have full joint pain and cannot close your fist. Detailed clinical examination along with hstory and investigation is very much important to rule out conditions such as Rheumatoid arthritis, gout etc. However i suggest you medcines.. Read more

Facial problem

asked by rajive on 26 August 2013 11:29
Sir my age is 30 yrs.i am an unmarried person. i am 30 yrs old but i don't have beard yet. i feel very shameful to other than. I am always thinking about this problem. My elder brother also same problem but he is married.sometime i think i committed sucide. i feel infiror also at my workplace. plz sir help me, Suggest me what i do for facial hair problem. I am waiting your... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Beard, Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sony):- Hello, Firstly, please don't worry and solution can be found out in this case.Facial hair is mainly due to testosterone hormone and is found to be a genetic character Here i can suggest you home remedies and an ayurvedic medication which is found suitable for this purpose Narasimha rasayanam - 1 tsp at night with milk after foodMIx amla oil and mustard oil in equal quantity and apply it over.. Read more

Hormonal imbalance caused extra facial hair

asked by riya09 on 2 August 2013 14:30
Age:21, female, 2 or 3 years ago i took medicine for height. But now that medicine caused side effect and due to this i have extra facial hair on my upper lip and on chin. Please help me for this. Thank... Read More
6 replies  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hair
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sony):- Hello, Currently we have so much medicines on market that solution is present for all. But medicines which are meant for features like height increase should strongly be taken only after a physician's direction It seems like the medicine has increased the level of testosterone in your body which will create the appearance of male characters like hair on upper lip and chin.Here our motto is to.. Read more

Unwanted facial hare

asked by pamm on 28 July 2013 19:05
Baba g, mere face par unwanted hair hai, chicks n thin par, me bhut upset hoon, mensuration problem thi phle ab to nahi hai, please koi treatment bata do jis se facial hair permanently remove ho jaye...... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Hair, Unwanted
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sony):- Hello, The presence of unwanted hair in the female body is given by the medical term "Hirsuitism".It is a hormonal problem and needs to be cleared up. Usually those with PCOD will be having this problem. Here i would like to ask you the dietary habits. I would advice you to avoid pastry and such fatty and oily foods for a while. Instead go for fruits and green leafy vegetables I would.. Read more

Bald patches on facial hair

asked by rubbal on 8 March 2013 23:18
i am 27year old male.2weeks ago i saw 2 bald patches on my facial hairs.i talked to my doctor.he suggested to have steroid injection on those 2 places.but i don't want to steroid injection.do you guys have any oil which helps me out. my family has not this kind of problem.i am the only one has this prob. please rely me as soon as possible. Thank... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sharma):- Dear Guest In some cases it might happen like that people have some bald patches developed due to sometimes fungal infection or some other unknown reason. The results vary from patient to patient , but however you can try DIVYA KESH TAIL, before applying it you may cleanse the area with lemon,honey then onion juice with a cotton swabThen clean it with brick powder ,last apply the oil, the more you.. Read more

Facial paralysis on right side to my sister

asked by hasini715 on 26 January 2013 14:27
my sister recently met with traffic accident...her temporal bone is fractured...she has a head injury..now she is suffering from facial paralysis on right side...can you guide... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sharma):- dear mam thanks for writing Paralysis: Due to road accident ,she may have incurred the Nerve injuryPanchkarma will be best line of treatment for her.Procedures like Herbal oil massage and Herbal steam,Shirodhara will be highly beneficial for her.You must try to get her admitted to panchkarma hospital near you Accupressure : There are some points ,pressing them may also help her a lot ,if possible then.. Read more

Neurrological disorder

asked by shailaja on 23 January 2013 12:38
I am sufferng from fscisl psralysis.Iron deposit in braim.Which exercise should I... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Facial, Paralysis
Expert's Advice (Dr.Sharma):- Dear Facial paralysis is caused due to vata .ONE should always try to balance Vata,the best way to manage it with OILING and steam and Oil enemas.These are called Panchkarma procedures.These will benefit you a lot,if you are not able to get panchkarma then you may apply warm oil and then take some Herbal steam[Dashmoola] of your face[beware of eyes ,and too much steam] Secondly you may take Paralysis.. Read more

Beard and mostache

asked by sherry05 on 6 December 2012 21:17
i am 21 yr old.... beard and moustache hav'nt grown on my face yet.... plz uggest me medicine to grow... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Arindham):- Hi Greetings from myyog.com! The mustache and beard comes with age and all these depends upon the secondary sexual characterWhat we can suggest you is not to be worried with this and try to put Anu Taila Rest have normal food and do pranayam and all will be.. Read more

PCOD, irregular periods, Hair fall, hair greying, acne and facial hair

asked by bitu on 28 August 2012 15:06
Doctor, i am 26 years old, female, unmarried. I have been suffering from PCOD problem since last 4-5 years. i have irregular and long periods. I consulted a gynecologist and have been taking the medicine Diane 35. As such my periods have come regular but i am having other problems like hair greying, hair fall, facial hair, acne. My hair greying and hair fall has been increasing day by day. also my... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello Madam, PCOD is quite common in females who lead stressful life and irregular food habits and especially those who work in hectic environment where you do not get time to consume food in proper time. As you have consulted your gynecologist and having medication and as of now, you are suffering from PCOD related complaints such as premature grey hair, hair fall, and unwanted hair growth that is.. Read more

Pcod, facial hair and weight problem

asked by neeesha on 28 July 2012 10:44
hello doctor im 27 yrs, been suffering from pcod since 2 yrs. (irregular periods, facial hair, increasing weight) i was taking diane 35, but now i have stopped it from last 2 months, for it has a lot of side effects. Doctor please advice me ayurvidic medicine which wil cure my problem from the root. also i am married and i want to conceive naturally. Doctor please help... Read More
Expert's Advice (YogaGuru):- M2 - Tone is beneficial in irregular periods... Read more
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