These disorders in females normally emerges because of derangement of the three Doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha along with the Blood, situated in the Reproductive Organ, giving rise to numerous diseases. Depending upon the combination of the doshas involved the diseases exhibit characteristic symptoms. For example, when Vayu gets aggravated in the Genitals and Reproductive Organs, it gives rise to piercing and various kinds of Pain, Stiffness, a Sensation of Ants Crawling, Hardness and Numbness of the Vagina, Exhaustion, Thin and Rough Menstrual Bleeding,
A feeling of Instant Relief after the Discharge of Menstrual Blood etc. Similarly, Burning Sensation, Inflammation, Swelling, Fever, Heat, Discolouration of Menstrual Blood, are some of the typical symptoms of aggravation of Pitta in the reproductive organ. Cold Itching Sensation in the Genitals with Mild Pain and Pale Menstrual Flow are some of the Symptoms of Aggravation of Kapha.
Menstural Disorder:- Painful menstrual periods, known as dysmenorrhea, are periods in which a woman experiences cramping, lower abdominal pain, intermittent stabbing pains, aching pain, or back pain.
Painful menstruation affects many women, but for a small number, the discomfort makes it difficult to perform normal household, job, or school-related activities for a few days during each menstrual cycle.
Painful menstruation is the leading cause of lost time from school and work among women in their teens and 20’s. Active ayur recommends different types of treatment to treat menstrual problems. These include nourishing and toning herbs as well as rejuvenative treatment in accordance with the nature of the disorder. Massage and the incorporation of meditation and yoga may also be beneficial for permanent elimination of the problems. It is important to address these menstruation problems because a woman expels a large proportion of her wastes and toxins through this process. If these toxins remain in the body, they cause further stagnation and blockage within the body.
Menopause:- Menopause is not a disease, but a natural transition in women that occurs at the age of 45-55 years. The menstrual cycle stops and sex hormone levels decrease, including that of estrogen, resulting in the condition called menopause
Ayurvedic treatment of Menopause focuses on strengthening and rejuvenating the reproductive system. Herbal preparations are prescribed to regulate the hormones, calm mental stress and maintain effective digestion. We in Ayurveda believe that herbal remedies bring to you the richness of the herbs in a natural, unadulterated form. These combinations help improve immunity and provide strength, endurance and will.