Diarrhea Ayurvedic Cure | Natural Remedies for Diarrhea
Diarrhea is sometimes mistaken as the by-product of and for other stomach ailments and as such is considered a common condition and a relatively minor one at that.
However in reality diarrhea can be a very serious affliction, as though it never fatal a strong attack can much weaken the sufferer and in extreme cases can cause serious internal system damage.
It is quite common and can cause the most damage and distress when it strikes down very young infants.
Causes of Diarrhea
A bout of diarrhea can be bought on by many different factors, but at it’s essence it is caused by the bowels inability to cope with fatty foods which causes an imbalance that produces negative toxins (ama). Amongst the things that create this in-balance are things like ingesting a poisoned substance and/or other harmful bacteria, sudden and extreme climate change, as a by-product of a disorder afflicting a vital organ i.e. heart, lung etc and also stress worry and anxiety can trigger diarrhea.
In order to flush away the negative toxins the body evacuates the bowels frequently and indeed sometimes violently depending on the strength of the attack and the manner in which it was bought on. And because the body unwell and the digestive system not working properly these evacuations come out as loose and runny stools, sometimes streaked with blood and other mucous matter.
Ayurvedic Diet as Remedy for Diarrhea
As at its root diarrhea is a severe disruption of the digestive system, then during a bout of the illness it is virtually impossible and certainly not advisable to ingest solid foods. So a liquid diet of purifying agents such as vegetable soups is recommended to provide nourishment.
In infant diarrhea it is advised that the child drinks cow or goats milk, or if unavailable any other pure animal milk to build up both strength and the digestive system.
Other recommended foods in the Ayurvedic remedy for diarrhea
Things like Pomegranate seeds and linings, mint etc can easily be added to warm salty water and drunk. Salty warm water contains nutrients and minerals particularly important in easing any digestive congestion or disorder.
Foods to avoid in the Ayurvedic remedy for diarrhea
These all contain acids that though vital according to Ayurvedic in staving off other afflictions, only aggravate the intestines within the bowels which need to be heeled.
Ayurvedic herbal remedies for diarrhea
Garlic is very useful in alleviating diarrhea and other stomach based disorders as it possesses qualities and agents that can destroy intestinal bacteria and can either be ingested raw or in capsule form three times a day.
One other recommended herbal cure for diarrhea is as follows,
Mix tablespoons of poppy seeds cardamom powder and edible gum together along with two tablespoons of sugar and half a one of nutmeg and grind the mixture into a powder.
Ingest this powder regularly every two hours.
Diet and the ability to make the digestive system functioning at full capacity once more are the key factors in curing diarrhea and restoring overall good health and well being.
By following the Ayurvedic methods you should easily and quickly achieve this and restore yourself to fine fettle.