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Bilious:  A condition in which the yellow bile (which is very bitter) is brought up to the mouth from the stomach.

Causes:

The improper breakdown and processing of food causing an upset stomach

Symptoms:

  • Nausea
  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Loss of appetite
  • Headache and constipation

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid fried foods
  • Rich curries
  • Animal fat and milk

Ingredients:

  1. Aaraik keerai.
  2. Ginger.

Natural Remedies:

  • Aaraik keerai: A juice made from the leaves is diuretic and febrifuge. It is also used to treat snakebite and applied to abscesses etc. The plant is anti-inflammatory, diuretic, depurative, febrifuge and refrigerant.

Take some aaraik keerai. Clean and add 1 piece of ginger. Grind it. Filter their juice. Then drink it.

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Diarrhea itself is not a disease; rather it is a symptom of many diseases. Diseases that cause diarrhea are the most deadly, killing over two million people every year – mostly children under the age of five. There are approximately four billion cases of diarrhea each year which are caused by more than 100 different bacteria, protozoa or viruses.

Causes:                                                                     

  • Contaminated water
  • Contaminated food
  • Unsanitary disposal of human waste
  • Poor personal hygiene

Symptoms:  

  • Severe diarrhea
  • Associated with blood
  • Associated non-cramping abdominal pain, fever, weight loss, etc

Diagnosis:

  • Diarrhea diseases can be prevented by improving access to clean water and sanitation so that bacteria cannot re-enter water supplies. Hygiene education plays a vital role in informing communities about safe hygiene. The keys to prevention are clean water, clean hands at meal times and uncontaminated food. Hygiene education where communities learn about the benefits of using latrines, keeping food and water clean, cooking food thoroughly, washing and peeling fruit and vegetables, washing hands with soap before touching food and the sanitary disposal of human waste can all help prevent diarrhea and contamination.

Ingredients:

  1. Red Spinach leaves.
  2. Pomegranate fruit skin.

Natural Remedies:

  • Considered antidiarrheal, antibacterial, hypotensive, antiscorbutic, anthelmintic, cooling, and vulnerary.Stem and leaves are astringent and antiinflammatory.

Take some pomegranate fruit skin, grind with red spinach leaves juice. Then eat it.

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Edema refers to non-inflammatory swelling of the body. The swelling may be sometimes localized to the face, legs or abdomen and at times appears throughout the body.

Causes:

  • Wound.
  • Blood clot.
  • Motor vehicle accidents.
  • Fall down.

Symptoms:

  • Swelling of the body.

Ingredients:

  1. Neem flowers.
  2. Sesame seed.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Neem has been used in a variety of ways both for personal and community health. Neem leaves, fruits, flowers and Bark contains antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antinflammatory and also acts as a  contraceptive agent.
  • Sesame seeds are may be most famous as a decoration on hamburger buns (Aqua Hulled Sesame) but have a wide range of uses in a great variety of different foods. Sesame seeds are rich in oil, proteins and vitamins B1 and E and therefore a healthy basis or addition to any recipe.

So take some neem flowers and sesame seed. Grind it. Then bind it.

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Bad breath plagues just about everyone at one time or another.  People snicker about it, but bad breath can be a devastating social disability.

Causes:

  • The mouth:  The structures in the mouth that can harbor bad breath are: The teeth, The Gums, The tongue (especially the back of the tongue).
  • The upper respiratory tract: This includes the nasal cavities, sinuses, throat, tonsils and the larynx (voice box). A) The term for bad breath from the upper respiratory tract is ozostomia. B) Ozostomia is the second most common type of bad breath, and is most commonly associated with post nasal drip, but can be associated with infections of the various organs in the upper respiratory tracts as well, including sinusitis, sore throat and laryngitis.
  • The lungs: A) Stomatodysodia is the term for bad breath caused by outright disease processes in the lungs, such as various infections, emphysema, bronchitis or lung cancer. B) Halitosis is the term for bad breath that results from physiologic processes elsewhere in the body and carried to the lungs by the bloodstream, or to the mouth by chronic vomiting.
  • The stomach: Technically, this type of bad breath is a subcategory of halitosis, but one that does not originate from the lungs.  Bad breath originating from the stomach is caused by disease processes which produce chronic vomiting.

Symptoms:

  • Poor dental hygiene —  Teeth are coated with film or plaque, food debris trapped between teeth, pale or swollen gums
  • Infections in the mouth —  Gums may be red, swollen and bleed easily, especially after brushing or flossing; pus may drain from between teeth; a pocket of pus (abscess) at the base of a tooth; loose teeth or a change in “fit” of a denture; painful, open sores on the tongue or gums
  • Respiratory tract infections —  Sore throat, swollen lymph nodes (“swollen glands”) in the neck, fever, stuffy nose, a greenish or yellowish nasal discharge, a mucus-producing cough
  • External agents —  Cigarette stains on fingers and teeth, a uniform yellow “coffee stain” on teeth
  • Dry mouth —  Difficulty swallowing dry foods, difficulty speaking for a prolonged period because of mouth dryness, a burning sensation in the mouth, an unusually high number of dental caries, dry eyes (in Sjögren’s syndrome)
  • Systemic (bodywide) illnesses —  Symptoms of diabetes, lung disease, kidney failure or liver disease

Diagnosis:

  • Self Diagnosis
  • Professional diagnosis: -  Hallimeter, -  Gas chromatography, -  BANA test, -  β-galactosidase

Ingredients:

  1. Lime leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Lime leaves: The leaves however are the richest part of the plant. They are easy to store since they can be frozen for many months without losing flavor. Just one or two are enough to flavor a pot full of soup. The leaves can be rubbed on to gums and teeth for total dental health. The essential oil in the leaves is extracted and used for various purposes.

Take some lime leaves. Clean and chew it.

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Constipation is an acute or chronic condition in which bowel movements occur less often than usual or consist of hard, dry stools that are painful or difficult to pass. Bowel habits vary, but an adult who has not had a bowel movement in three days or a child who has not had a bowel movement in four days is considered constipated.

Causes:

  • Anal fissure (a tear or crack in the lining of the anus).
  • Chronic kidney failure.
  • Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland).

Symptoms:

  • Headache.
  • Swollen abdomen.
  • Pass rock-like feces.

Diagnosis:

  • Constipation is generally diagnosed to routine blood, urine, and stool tests, a sigmoidoscopy may help detect problems in the rectum and lower colon and also maybe taken to check for thyroid disorders.

Ingredients:

  1. Devil’s thorn leaves.
  2. Milk.

Natural Remedies:

  • Gokharu (Tribulus terrestris) plant contains alkaloids, resins, tannins, sugars, sterols, essential oil, peroxidase, diastase and glucoside.

Take one ounce of devil’s thorn leaves juice. mix with 1 glass of milk. Then drink it.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Lippia.
  2. Fenugreek.

Natural Remedies:

  • The chemical composition, pharmacological activity and traditional uses of 52 species attributed to the genus Lippia (Verbenaceae) as used in the South and Central America, and Tropical Africa, were revised and compared. A survey of the available literature shows that these species are used mostly for the treatment of gastrointestinal and respiratory disorders and as seasoning. Additionally, some of these Lippia species showed antimalarial, spasmolitic, sedative, hypotensive and, anti-inflammatory activities. Generally, the essential oil or the phenolic compounds (flavonoids) from these plant extracts are assumed to be the active principles.

Take some Lippia leaves, add some fenugreek. Make decocation it. Then drink it.

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