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  Ayurvedic-Herbal medicine for INFERTILITY


What is infertility ?

Incapability of the woman to conceive, after one year of regular sexual union without contraceptives, or to retain the fetus till childbirth is called as infertility. It is a problem, which not only affects the physical life of the woman but also disturbs the social and emotional life of the couple. According to some experts about half the childless marriages are due to

abnormalities in the male partners though women are traditionally blamed for sterility. Infertility is also assigned to factors relating to non production of sperms or to other reasons relating to quality.

Factors Involved in Creating a Healthy Child
According to Ayurveda, conception takes place due to healthy sperm, healthy ovum, and a healthy uterus. For both men and women, reproductive health depends on the health of the shukra dhatu, or reproductive tissue. In women the shukra tissue creates the ovum as part of the monthly cycle, and in men the semen is formed due to sexual stimulation.

The shukra tissue itself is created as part of a long chain of metabolic transformations, starting with the digestion of food and including the transformation of food to nutrient fluid, blood, muscle, fat, bone, bone marrow and finally, to shukra tissue. Healthy shukra tissue, then, according to ayurveda, depends on the health of all the other tissues in the body.
Causes of infertility :

  • Problems with infertility can arise when nutrition does not reach the reproductive tissue; this can happen due to under nutrition, poor digestion or obstruction due to toxins.
  • Having sex by compulsion with a person whom you do not like.
  • Eating spicy, salty and hot food increase pitta and destroys shukra (semen).
  • Overindulgence in sexual activities leads to shukra kshaya. It may lead to clibya (impotency).
  • By controlling sexual urges for longer duration leads to veeryaavarodha (Obstruction of semen) and this leads to decreased libido.
  • Infertility can also arise when the reproductive tissue is damaged by infection or trauma.
  • Some acquire the impotency by birth

General Guidelines for treatment:

  • Determine the Constitution of both the partners
  • Clear any obstructions or blockages
  • Tonify any weaknesses
  • Ensure that the digestive fire is strong
  • Ensure that the nervous system is relaxed
  • Being loving and loved is the best tonic for fertility

FEMALE   INFERTILITY
The Ayurvedic view of the menstrual cycle:
Average menses are considered to be 4-5 days, moderate flow, moderate colour, no clots, no discomfort.
If there is any disturbance in these phases then they need to be balanced. The main problem with the female menstrual cycle is that the downward descending energy (apana vayu) is blocked. This causes all sorts of fluctuations from pain, bloating, dryness, anxiety, insomnia, scanty periods, irregular cycle, clots and infertility. The strategy is to first clear any obstructions and then to tonify with nourishing boosting herbs.

Tips to balance the menstrual cycle:

  • Ensure that there is no obstruction in the pelvic cavity; this means making sure you are not constipated and have no pain during ovulation or menstruation-  Use Youngever Aloevera juice daily twice before food.
  • Daily self-massage with warm sesame oil followed by a warm shower or bath. Focus on a clockwise abdominal massage for 5 minutes a day.
  • Take Aloe vera juice throughout the cycle from day 7 until day 21 to cleanse and nourish the tissues.
  • Take 'Healthy lady powder' with warm water or buttermilk twice daily after food to boost fertility and normalise menstruation.
  • Drink rose water regularly as it prepares the uterus for implantation.


Balance kapha during the proliferative phase by eating nourishing soups that strengthen the blood and enhance ovulation- include beetroots, Aloe vera, shatavari,  and whole grains in your diet.
Balance pitta during the last phase of the cycle by keeping off foods that might aggravate heat and stress in your body, i.e. coffee, chocolate, alcohol. Increase your yoga practice, have lots of warm baths and clockwise abdominal massage and add Ashoka ,Triphala and Aloe vera in your regime to keep the pelvic region uncongested.

ALOEVERA STEVIA JUICE TRIPHALA RASAYANAM
Aloevera juice Tripahala rasayanam Healthy lady powder

Excessive mental, emotional and physical stress can worsen the symptoms of many chronic disorders, including infertility. This is due to hormonal changes and other biochemical responses to stress that can imbalance the nervous system. Trying to get pregnant can be very stressful. What is important is that getting pregnant can be facilitated by optimising your health. It is easy to say it but basically just try to relax and let nature work her course. Also remember that when we are tense then our channels and vessels are constricted. If this happens with uterus then the fallopian tubes, the blood vessels nourishing the uterus can also be constricted, which is the opposite of what is needed to conceive. So, just relax!


Yoni mudra

Yoni mudra : Feminine Adi Shakti Primal Power Mudra - The Yoni Mudra represents getting in touch with female energies. Symbolizes a woman's vulva. 

Method: Hands form an almond shape with joined thumbs extended upwards. Fingers are joined at tips extended downwards.

 







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