Takrarishta is liquid Ayurveda medicine used in the treatment of low digestion strength, piles, Irritable bowel syndrome etc. It is a fermented product and contains about 5 – 10 % of self generated natural alcohol in it. This self generated alcohol and the water present in the product acts as a media to deliver water and alcohol soluble the active herbal components to the body. Intake of this recipe stimulates the power of digestion and cures Oedema, – Shotha Abdominal tumor, distension (phantom tumor), – Gulma Piles, parasitic infestation, – Arshas Urinary tract disorders, diabetes (obstinate urinary disorders including diabetes) and – Meha Ascites (abdominal disorders including ascites). – Udara It stimulates digestion, improves appetite for food, promotes complexion, helps in downward movement of Kapha and Vayu, cures swelling, itching and pain in anus and promotes strength. Research In vitro antibacterial activity – Takrarishta was screened for antibacterial activity against ten bacterial species namely Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella typhi, Bacillus subtilis (MTCC 441), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MTCC 424), Proteus vulgaris (MTCC 1771), Micrococcus luteus (MTCC 1541), Bacillus cereus (MTCC 430) Escherichia coli (MTCC 739), Shigella flexneri (MTCC 1457) and Clostridium perfringens (NCIM 2677). The formulation as well as individual component exhibited antibacterial activity against different strains. The formulation has been suggested to be useful in gastrointestinal (GI) infections and in the condition of food poisoning.
The benefits of Takra increased by several folds due to Arishta kalpana . The dose and frequency of intake also reduced, due to its increased potency and yogavahi nature. Rx benefits are good "Grahi" usefull in Adhogata ati pravritti of feaces, blood, urine. "Vedanasthapana" in IBS, Haemorrhoids, fissure, fistula, gastric ulcers, chrons disease. "Krimihara" useful to give along with krimihara medication.
Takrarista is mean use in liver deaseas like intestine stomach abnormality stringent stool blinder and appitizer takrarista mean use in diarrehia and iBS is a wonderful ayurveda Herbe also is very effective in piles hemmorriod
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Easy Ways to Tame Excessive Gas everydayhealth.com Jun 6, 2017 9:30 PM Excessive gas can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Here are seven easy steps that may help. ￼ To most effectively reduce excessive gas, first find out what is causing it. There are a lot of ways to describe excessive gas: burping, belching, flatulence, and bloating. While what you call it might not seem to matter, being able to identify where the gas starts — and where it ends — can help you treat the painful or embarrassing symptoms. For example, burping and belching usually refer to gas that escapes from the mouth, while flatulence, or farting, is intestinal gas that escapes from the rectum. Bloating is used to describe the sensation of excess stomach gas that has not yet been released. It’s common to experience some gas after eating — and to release it through belching or flatulence. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), passing gas about 13 to 21 times a day is normal. But if you’re experiencing painful gas and the embarrassment of chronic and foul smelling flatulence, you can start to play detective and try to eliminate the cause with the following steps. 1. Avoid Foods Known to Cause Gas One way to manage flatulence and belching is to eat fewer of the well-known gassy foods. Common culprits include: certain fruits, like apples and pears; specific vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and onions; whole grains like bran; and dairy products, including milk, cheese, and ice cream. These items contain fiber, sugars, and starches that don't digest or absorb easily, eventually causing intestinal gas. Foods containing sorbitol, a naturally occurring sugar found in fruit, are on some people’s gassy foods list. Other people are bothered by carbonated soft drinks and fruit drinks. If you discover that these foods are causing you excess gas, eliminate them from your diet or eat them in small portions. When it comes to foods to avoid, moderation is key, says Stephen Bickston, MD, professor of internal medicine and director of the inflammatory bowel disease program at the Center for Digestive Health at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Keep in mind that almost any food or combination of foods can cause gas. “Certain foods don’t get along well in certain people,” says Donald Novey, MD, an integrative medicine physician in Poulsbo, Washington. “Some people find they are gassy if they eat fruits with proteins, or if they eat starches and proteins together. It’s personal and requires a little experimentation to find out what the culprits are.” Dr. Novey suggests keeping a food diary and noting when you feel gassy. “If you find you’re gassy after eating a certain food, eliminate it from your diet and see if it helps," he says. Cooking may help break down some of the offending ingredients, Dr. Bickston says. “But the style of cooking can also decrease healthy chemicals found in vegetables. Boiling seems to break down chlorophyll and other desirable ingredients.” Look for recipes that call for steaming, as that seems to be a better cooking method for gassy foods. 2. Drink Before Meals If you drink liquids with your meals, you lose stomach acids and can’t break down food as well, Novey says. Try drinking about 30 minutes before a meal to help your stomach digest better. 3. Eat and Drink Slowly When you eat or drink fast, you can swallow a lot of air, which can cause gas, says Bickston. The simple solution? Slow down when you eat. If you have dentures, check with your dentist to be sure they fit properly so you’re not gasping air while eating. 4. Take Over-the-Counter Digestive Aids Digestive enzymes are available as over-the-counter supplements. “I recommend going to the health food store and getting a digestive enzyme,” says Novey. “You can take one or two. You will know very rapidly — within a few weeks — if it makes a difference.” But antacids won’t do much for excessive gas, says Bickston. Another over-the-counter digestive aid, Beano, contains an enzyme that breaks down the complex carbohydrates in beans and many vegetables into more easily digestible sugars. Take two to three Beano tablets or one Beano Meltaway (a dissolving tablet) before each meal. Note that Beano won't help if excessive gas is caused by fiber or lactose. 5. Try Activated Charcoal Activated charcoal may help reduce and treat excess gas and bloating. Unlike the charcoal you find in your grill or fireplace, activated charcoal undergoes a special treatment that makes it safe for human consumption. Once you take activated charcoal (via liquid or pill), it attaches to fluid in your gut, potentially reducing gas and bloating and creating firmer stools. 6. Don't Fill Up on Air Habits like smoking, chewing gum, and drinking through a straw may cause your stomach to fill with air, leading to gas. 7. Avoid Artificial Sweeteners Sorbitol and related sugar alcohols used in many sugar-free versions of foods can also aggravate gas. “Sorbitol is often the first ingredient in any brand of sugar-free gum I’ve found at local grocery stores,” says Bickston. “One to two sticks is akin to eating a prune.” But the sugar substitutes that are found at a typical coffee stand or in popular soft drinks are not the kind that cause gas. The various packet sweeteners — yellow (sucralose), pink (saccharine), and blue (aspartame) — are not associated with gas or laxative effects. When Gas Is a Symptom of Something Else If excessive gas is persistent or severe, consult your doctor — it could be a sign of a more serious digestive condition, such as: Lactose Intolerance This is the inability to digest lactose, the sugar found in milk and milk products. “I test with a milk challenge,” says Bickston. “The patient drinks a pint or two of milk — it can be any percent fat. What follows tells the patients whether they should limit their milk intake.” If avoiding milk reduces your symptoms you may be lactose intolerant.Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) “Patients who meet the diagnostic checklist for irritable bowel syndrome suffer more pain at the lower levels of the abdominal cavity,” he says.Colon Cancer “Excess gas is rarely the main symptom of patients with colon cancer,” Bickston notes. “But it does trigger my reflex to remind patients to get screened for colorectal cancer.”Upper Gastrointestinal Disorders Occasional belching is normal, but frequent belching may be a sign of an upper gastrointestinal disorder. These include peptic ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or gastroparesis, also called delayed gastric emptying. Also, warns Bickston, if you've had abdominal surgery, a hernia, or significant weight loss or weight gain, never dismiss your gas-like symptoms as normal. Get them checked out. As annoying as it might be, some gas is a natural byproduct of the body’s digestive system. But if your gas is excessive, painful, or chronic, talk to your doctor about possible causes and remedies.Dr. Tapan Kumar Sau5 Likes11 Answers
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23 best foods to improve women's health timesofindia.com Aug 24, 2017 12:09 PM ￼ 20 Best foods to improve women's health (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images) It is pretty clear that there exist both physiological and metabolic differences in both men and women. Considering the fact that a woman's body is different from her male counterpart, the nutritional requirements differ, especially because her body goes through the monthly menstrual cycle for most part of her life, preparing to conceive every month and then the menopausal phase. So here we have mentioned a few foods that every woman should definitely add to her diet. Green leafy vegetables: Enriched with iron content, green leafy vegetables like spinach have natural source of calcium, which are good for your bone strength. Not just this, these leafy greens are loaded with magnesium, vitamin K, vitamin C and phytonutrients that provides a package for your bone health. Whole grains: Including whole grains such as brown rice, quinoa, bran flakes and whole-grain breads increases the fibre content in your body. Another reason you should add whole-grains in your diet is that it improves the digestive problems. If your digestive system is clean, you can prevent flatulence, constipation and even colon cancer. Nuts: This delicious food is known as the powerhouse of essential vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. They are good for your bones and make your memory sharp. Almonds are loaded with bone strengthening minerals like magnesium and are a great source of calcium too. Walnuts contain excellent source of omega-3 fats, which result in preserving and strengthening bones. Pistachios are not only delicious but are high in magnesium, potassium and vitamin B6. So, eat a handful of nuts every day and improve your overall health. Eggs: Eggs provide a source of non-dairy calcium. They are enriched with vitamin D which promotes overall health. ￼ Onions: Onions have an amazing bone strengthening potential as they contain a certain type of polyphenol which boosts bone health. According to a study, eating onions once a day or more helps in improving your bone mass by 5 per cent. A study conducted on women above the age of 50 showed that those who ate onions regularly had a 20 per cent lower risk of suffering a hip fracture than those who didn't eat onions regularly. Blueberries: Want to slow down your ageing process? Then add blueberries to your diet. Blueberries contain an amazing anti-ageing property, called asanthocyanins. They also prevent memory loss, maintain blood pressure levels and improve motor skills. High in antioxidants, they fight against free radicals and wrinkles. Yoghurt: One of the oldest health boosting foods, yogurt should be eaten regularly. The 'probiotics bacteria' in yogurt helps in digestion, reduces inflammation and builds immunity. Yoghurt also has bone strengthening component - calcium and helps in reducing problems linked with irritable bowel syndrome, vaginal infections, inflammatory digestive tract disorders and stomach ulcers. Tofu and soy milk: A highly nutritious food, tofu is enriched with protein and iron. It also contains other minerals such as manganese, phosphorous and selenium which strengthen bones. You can also include soy milk in your diet as both these food items are an excellent source of non-dairy calcium. Parmesan cheese: Parmesan is a good source for calcium. And if you're watching your weight, add parmesan cheese in your diet. It is lactose-free, easy to digest and enriched with phosphate. Oats: Kickstart your day with a bowl of oats. Oats help in maintaining your cholesterol level as they are rich in soluble and insoluble fiber. Losing weight, maintaining cholesterol levels and improved digestion are some of the benefits that you get from eating oats. Tomatoes: Tomatoes help in preventing breast and cervical cancer. They promote heart health and protect against cardiovascular diseases. Milk: High in calcium, potassium, vitamin B12 and riboflavin, milk also gives you healthy bones, teeth and a glowing skin. Milk can lower the risk of breast cancer and colon cancer too. ￼ Bananas: Bananas are high in potassium which maintains the body's circulatory system. They are a great source of natural energy as they contain various vitamins, minerals and carbs. Bananas promote bowel health and relieve you from constipation. Cranberry: Cranberries contain a compound known as proanthocyanidins. This compound helps in preventing bacteria from growing in the walls of the bladder. Cranberries naturally prevent urinary tract infections and helps in promoting heart health. Broccoli: Another superfood, broccoli contains compounds that helps in preventing breast cancer. Enriched in vitamin C and A, it has low calorie content. Broccoli also have high dose of fiber, potassium calcium, and iron. Salmon: Salmon is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon promotes the health of the membrane of each cell in the body. Eating salmon protects us against various health problems such as heart disease, stroke and rheumatoid arthritis. Apples: Apples contain quercetin - an antioxidant which helps in boosting our body's disease-fighting abilities. Apples sharpen brain and those who want to shed extra weight, should add apples in their diet as they help to satisfy your hunger. Flaxseeds: Flaxseeds are loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. They have a disease-fighting compound called lignans and are considered as one of the best ingredients for women. They help to cut down hot flashes and lowers bad cholesterol. It also helps in fighting against breast cancer. Carrots: Carrots are a good source of complex carbs. They provide energy to muscles and potassium to control blood pressure. Enriched with vitamin A, carrots promote glowing skin, and slows down ageing. Avocados: Avocados are rich in the heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, which help in reducing belly fat. Avocados are loaded with potassium, magnesium, folate, protein, and vitamins B6, E, and K. ￼ Dark chocolate: Dark chocolate has heart-protective antioxidants which helps in reducing the risk of stroke and heart disease. It is also loaded with bone strengthening compounds like magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc and phosphorus. Dark chocolate helps in hydrating your skin, lowers blood pressure and boosts your memory. Green tea: Green tea helps in fight cancer and heart diseases. It also prevents dementia, diabetes and stroke. Keeping your body well-hydrated, it helps fight fatigue. Water: Keeping metabolic processes in our body intact, water is an essential component of our daily diet. Water helps in improving energy, removes toxins from the body and keeps the skin radiant and healthy. So drink at least 8-10 glasses a day and keep your digestion system intact. Report a problem ￼45￼dislikDr. Tapan Kumar Sau4 Likes9 Answers
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7 Amazing Benefits Of Navy Beans For Skin Hair And Health stylecraze.com Oct 27, 2017 12:00 PM ￼ Navy bean is a very common type of kidney bean. It is also known as yankee bean or Boston bean. Like all other kidney beans (pinto beans, lima beans etc.), navy beans is also a nutrient-dense food. It is a very healthy addition to your daily diet. As the navy beans are rich in various nutrients, there are many health, hair and skin benefits of them. Benefits of Navy Beans: The most common health, hair and skin benefits of navy beans are as follows: 1. Heart-Healthy Food: Navy beans are very low in fat. This makes them a very heart-healthy food. These beans are also a rich source of folate, dietary fiber and magnesium which are helpful in reducing the risk factor of stroke, heart attack and peripheral vascular diseases. 2. Low GI: Navy beans have a low GI or Low Glycemix Index. Therefore, it causes a very small rise in blood sugar after the meal, taking you away from the risk of heart attack and diabetes. It also acts as an aid in weight control. 3. Digestive Disorders: Navy beans are enriched with dietary fibers. This helps in preventing various digestive disorders like constipation, diverticulosis and irritable bowel syndrome. Dietary fibers present in it are very helpful in improving the digestion. 4. Hair fall & Hair Growth: Navy beans are a great source of potassium and iron. The potassium content in it helps in fighting hair fall while the iron promotes the hair growth and maintains the good health of hair. 5. Inflammatory Diseases: Inflammatory diseases are a common scenario these days. With regular consumption of navy beans, you can reduce the risk of inflammatory diseases. As navy beans are rich in copper, they help in reducing the risk of these diseases. 6. Weight Loss: If you wish to shed those extra pounds of your body without falling sick & deficient of major nutrients, then navy beans are a good option. These are fat-free and low-calorie in nature. They also contain various complex carbs that stop your body from gaining unnecessary weight and also provide the required amount of energy. Therefore, you can easily include navy beans in your weight loss diet. 7. Healthy Skin: Navy beans are amongst the best food sources of copper. Copper acts as an anti-oxidant which helps in maintaining the healthy skin. Antioxidants play a very important role in attaining healthy and glowing skin naturally. These were some of the well known navy beans benefits. The most important thing you should keep in mind is to never eat navy beans in its raw form. If you eat uncooked navy beans, you may fall ill. Make sure that you cook the beans properly before eating. You can soak these beans for 8-9 hours (or overnight) before cooking. This not only makes the cooking process easier and faster but it will also help in better digestion process. It is also very important that you take proper amount of beans to cook. 1 cup dried beans makes approx. 2.5 to 3 cups of cooked beans. So you will need to plan the ingredients of your dish according to the quantity of the beans. I never knew that navy beans are so good for the overall health and have so many health, skin and hair benefits associated with them. I am surely going to include this wholesome healthy food in my diet. What about you? Feel free to share your views via comments section below.Dr. Tapan Kumar Sau5 Likes8 Answers