Ultrasound to confirm PCOD and hormonal treatment to be given after reports
Get details about previous cycles. Do Hb, TFT, Se FsH to r/O premature ovarian failure. Usg - for follicular count & pcod If all normal give withdrawal bleeding.
ADVISABLE U. S. G RULE. OUT PC O D THYROID. DISORDER
Need anemia n thyroid profile ist n then USG pelvic organs
NEED'S.. USG STUDY.. ANEMIA PROFILE.. EXPERTS OPINION..
Adv. USG TFT Prolactin test
USG pelvis for PCOD CBC TFT Serum.Prolactin Please look if the patient is suffering from stress
Usg pelvis Fsh lh tsh serum prolactin Size of endotorium Amenorrhoea dd pcod
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HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR HAIR LOSS AND BALDNESS ￼ Hair loss can affect just your scalp or your entire body. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or medications. Anyone — men, women and children — can experience hair loss. Baldness typically refers to excessive hair loss from your scalp. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause of baldness. Some people prefer to let their baldness run its course untreated and unhidden. Others may cover it up with hairstyles, makeup, hats or scarves. And still others choose one of the treatments available to prevent further hair loss and to restore growth. Causes--Most people normally shed 50 to 100 hairs a day. This usually doesn't cause noticeable thinning of scalp hair because new hair is growing in at the same time. Hair loss occurs when this cycle of hair growth and shedding is disrupted or when the hair follicle is destroyed and replaced with scar tissue. The exact cause of hair loss may not be fully understood, but it's usually related to one or more of the following factors: · Family history (heredity) · Hormonal changes · Medical conditions · Medications Family history (heredity) The most common cause of hair loss is a hereditary condition called male-pattern baldness or female-pattern baldness. It usually occurs gradually and in predictable patterns — a receding hairline and bald spots in men and thinning hair in women. Heredity also affects the age at which you begin to lose hair, the rate of hair loss and the extent of baldness. Pattern baldness is most common in men and can begin as early as puberty. This type of hair loss may involve both hair thinning and miniaturization (hair becomes soft, fine and short). Hormonal changes and medical conditions A variety of conditions can cause hair loss, including: Hormonal changes. Hormonal changes and imbalances can cause temporary hair loss. This could be due to pregnancy, childbirth or the onset of menopause. Hormone levels are also affected by the thyroid gland, so thyroid problems may cause hair loss. Patchy hair loss. This type of nonscarring hair loss is called alopecia areata (al-o-PEE-she-uh ar-e-A-tuh). It occurs when the body's immune system attacks hair follicles — causing sudden hair loss that leaves smooth, roundish bald patches on the skin. Scalp infections. Infections, such as ringworm, can invade the hair and skin of your scalp, leading to scaly patches and hair loss. Once infections are treated, hair generally grows back. Other skin disorders. Diseases that cause scarring alopecia may result in permanent loss at the scarred areas. These conditions include lichen planus, some types of lupus and sarcoidosis. Hair-pulling disorder. This condition, also called trichotillomania , causes people to have an irresistible urge to pull out their hair, whether it's from the scalp, the eyebrows or other areas of the body. Medications Hair loss can be caused by drugs used for cancer, arthritis, depression, heart problems, high blood pressure and birth control. Intake of too much vitamin A may cause hair loss as well. Other causes of hair loss Hair loss can also result from: Radiation therapy to the head. The hair may not grow back the same as it was before. A trigger event. Many people experience a general thinning of hair several months after a physical or emotional shock. This type of hair loss is temporary. Examples of trigger events include sudden or excessive weight loss, a high fever, surgery, or a death in the family. Certain hairstyles and treatments. Excessive hairstyling or hairstyles that pull your hair tight, such as pigtails or cornrows, can cause traction alopecia. Hot oil hair treatments and permanents can cause inflammation of hair follicles that leads to hair loss. If scarring occurs, hair loss could be permanent. Symptoms-Hair loss can appear in many different ways, depending on what's causing it. It can come on suddenly or gradually and affect just your scalp or your whole body. Some types of hair loss are temporary, and others are permanent. Signs and symptoms of hair loss may include: Gradual thinning on top of head. This is the most common type of hair loss, affecting both men and women as they age. In men, hair often begins to recede from the forehead in a line that resembles the letter M. Women typically retain the hairline on the forehead but have a broadening of the part in their hair. Circular or patchy bald spots. Some people experience smooth, coin-sized bald spots. This type of hair loss usually affects just the scalp, but it sometimes also occurs in beards or eyebrows. In some cases, your skin may become itchy or painful before the hair falls out. Sudden loosening of hair. A physical or emotional shock can cause hair to loosen. Handfuls of hair may come out when combing or washing your hair or even after gentle tugging. This type of hair loss usually causes overall hair thinning and not bald patches. Full-body hair loss. Some conditions and medical treatments, such as chemotherapy for cancer, can result in the loss of hair all over your body. The hair usually grows back. Patches of scaling that spread over the scalp. This is a sign of ringworm. It may be accompanied by broken hair, redness, swelling and, at times, oozing. ￼Risk factors--A number of factors can increase your risk of hair loss, including: · Family history · Age · Poor nutrition · Certain medical conditions, such as diabetes and lupus · Stress HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES Homoeopathic remedies are very effective for baldness and that can promote hair growth. Some of the main remedies are given below. BARYTA CARBONICA 30-Baldness in young people. The patients requiring this medicine are very timid and dull in nature and have very poor memory. The patients of baldness who have a history of throat complaints like tonsilitis (from suppression of foot sweat or from exposure to cold air) can be given this medicine. FLUORIC ACID 30- Baldness of old age or prematurely aged due to syphilis . Falling of hair in patches SULPHUR 200- Sulphur is another remedy that can be prescribed to those patients suffering from baldness who are extremely hot blooded and complain of excessive heat in body especially in the head, palms and soles. Another symptom that guides towards the use of sulphur in baldness cases is that the patient requiring this medicine have an aversion to bathing and are generally filthy – thus inviting plenty of long standing skin diseases. The patients requiring Sulphur show extra craving for sweets in food. LYOPODIUM CLAVATUM 200-Lycopodium clavatum, is also an excellent medicine used to treat baldness cases occurring prematurely and can be given to those patients who complain of some sort of gastric trouble like flatulence, constipation or liver problems along with baldness. The patients requiring Lycopodiumclavatum usually crave hot drinks, hot food and sweet things MANCINELLA 200- Baldness after severe acute diseases or at the scar of healed wound SILICEA 200-Silicea, is mainly given to those patients who suffer from baldness and complain of pain in head usually at the right side along with hair loss. The patients requiring this medicine are very sensitive to cold air and usually have very offensive sweat on the feet. Mentally the patients requiring this medicine are very headstrong and obstinate in nature PSORINUM 200-Psorinum is highly useful in treating the hair loss that has occurred due to eczematous skin lesions on scalp that discharge sticky and very offensive fluid. These kinds of discharges make the hair to stick together, which further leads to the hair getting tangled and ultimately destroyed. The patient requiring Psorinum feels excessive chill and desires to be warmly covered even in summers NITIC ACID 30- Falling of pubic hair due to syphilis or gonorrhoea MEZEREUM 30- Mezereum, is equally good for treating hair loss in cases where the hair is destroyed due to eczematous skin lesions of scalp. The patients requiring Mezereum will complain of thick crusty eruptions on scalp, along with a discharge of thick offensive pus resulting in matting of hair, breeding of vermin in them and eventually the eating away of the hair by discharges leading to hair loss. MERCURIOUS SOL 30-Mercurius Solubilis is yet another homeopathic medicine which plays a wonderful role in treating the hair loss due to eruptions on scalp where the discharge from eruptions is fetid and accompanied by burning type of pains in scalp. This medicine can be employed in those patients in whom profuse perspiration is present along with excessive salivation from mouth and an increased thirst for water. SELENIUM MET 30- Falling of pubic hair THUJA OCCI 200- Falling of hair due to dandruff. Here the dandruff is white in color KALI SULPHURICUM 30- It is also used for falling of hair due to dandruff. But here the dandruff is yellow in colour KALI CARB 30- Falling of hair due to dryness of scalp and dandruff NATRUM MURIATICUM 200-Hair loss after child birth.Natrummuriaticum can be given to those women who suffer from anemia and hair loss on even a slight touch of the hair, along with severe headache after the delivery of a child. The women requiring this medicine complain that the headache is worse in the heat of sun. The patient may show an inordinate craving for salty things.. PHOSPHORIC ACID 30-Phosphoric acid is prescribed when falling of hair occurs after an exhausting disease . Hair falls out from head, eye brows , eyelashes etc. PULSATILLA NIG. 30-Pulsatilla can be used by those women who suffer from excessive hair fall after delivery. The guiding factor for recommending this medicine is a complete absence of thirst for water and desire for fresh open air. The mental symptoms that are to be considered for its use are weeping tendencies on the slightest cause, and relief when someone gives consolation. Another marked symptom that guides its use in women suffering from hair loss is that such women cannot digest fatty foods SEPIA 200-Hair loss in the menopausal period.. The women requiring this medicine for hair fall have a history of long standing headaches. The women complaining of hot flushes followed by chills and perspiration and bearing down pains in the uterus at menopause along with hair loss can be given this medicine. The mental symptoms that significantly indicate the usage of this medicine by women suffering from hair loss at menopause are irritability of the utmost degree and indifferent behavior towards family members. BORAX 30- Hair loss in anemic patients.Borax can be given to those patients who complain of hair loss and are anemic. A frequent complain in such cases is that the hair is very thin and gets stuck together and form bunches, thereby making it difficult for them to be untangled and combed smooth and they are to be cut off. But as soon as these bunches are cut another group of bunches form. CINCHONA OFF.30-off.Cinchona officinalis can be given to those patients in whom hair loss is accompanied with anemia. People who suffer from hair loss due to Loss of blood in any form like bleeding from nose or excessive bleeding during menstruation or loss of blood after an injury due to accident leading to anemia can be given this medicine. The patients requiring this medicine usually complain of a weak digestion along with excessive flatulence. CALCAREA PHOS 30--Clacareaphosphorica is a useful medicine that can be used to treat hair loss in anemic patients – usually in anemic girls who grow too rapidly at puberty and suffer from hair loss and extreme headache along with acidity in stomach. FERRUM PHOS 30- Hair falls from the head due to anemia FLUORICUM ACIDUM 30-Fluoricumacidum is mainly used for hair loss in spots in a person of hot temperament, who is worse in any warm environment and constantly desires cold environment . Hair loss in bunches occurring during typhoid fever can be treated with this medicine. PHOSPHORUS 30-Hair loss during typhoid fever.The symptoms that guides towards its usage are patches of hair loss on scalp along with unusual craving for salty things, chicken, cold drinks and ice creams. The patients requiring Phosphorus are tall, thin and slender in physical appearance. CALCAREA CARBONICA 30- Calcreacarbonica is a great homeopathic remedy for hair loss .It can be prescribed to patients in whom the hair is lost in well defined patches, and constitutionally who are fair, fat and flabby in built. The other symptoms that stand out dominant to use this medicine are excessive chilliness with intolerance to slight draft of air, excessive perspiration on the scalp and unusual craving for boiled eggs. VINCA MINOR 30-Vinca minor can be used for the hair loss in spots whereby the white coloured hair grows back in the spots of hair loss. PIX LIQUIDA 30- Baldness due to diseases of the scalp. Scalp itches intolerably and bleeds on scratching SANICULA AQUA 200- Baldness which is chronic due to dandruffs and lots of itching THALLIUM 30-Thallium is effective for falling of hair after an acute , exhausting disease . It is prescribed when alopecia with profuse perspiration on the head is present. It is also useful loss of hair as an after effect of an atom bomb explosion. WEISBADEN 200- By the use of this remedy the hair will grow more rapidly than usual and becomes darker . New hair take place of the fallen hair rapidlyDr. Arpit Gupta9 Likes13 Answers
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#CCA update Fibroids: Everything you need to know What is Uterine fibroids? Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that grow from the muscle layers of the womb. These benign growths of smooth muscle can vary from the size of a bean to being as large as a melon. They are also known as leiomyomas and myomas. Fibroids affect around 30 percent of all women by the age of 35 years, and from 20 to 80 percent by the age of 50 years. They usually develop between the ages of 16 to 50 years. These are the reproductive years during which estrogen levels are higher. This MNT Knowledge Center article will look at the types of fibroid, their effects on the body, what causes them, how they are discovered, and what women can do to treat them. Fast facts on fibroids: Here are some key points about fibroids. More information is in the main article. Fibroids are most common during the reproductive years. It is unclear exactly why they form, but they appear to develop when estrogen levels are higher. Most people experience no symptoms, but they can include lower backache, constipation, and excessive or painful uterine bleeding leading to anemia. Complications are rare, but they can be serious. Types Fibroids Fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that appear in the tissues around the womb. There are four types of fibroid: Intramural: This is the most common type. An intramural fibroid is embedded in the muscular wall of the womb. Subserosal fibroids: These extend beyond the wall of the womb and grow within the surrounding outer uterine tissue layer. They can develop into pedunculated fibroids, where the fibroid has a stalk and can become quite large. Submucosal fibroids: This type can push into the cavity of the womb. It is usually found in the muscle beneath the inner lining of the wall. Cervical fibroids: Cervical fibroids take root in the neck of the womb, known as the cervix. The classification of a fibroid depends on its location in the womb. Symptoms Around 1 in 3 women with fibroids will experience symptoms. These may include: heavy, painful periods, also known as menorrhagia anemia from heavy periods lower backache or leg pain constipation discomfort in the lower abdomen, especially in the case of large fibroids frequent urination pain during intercourse, known as dyspareunia Other possible symptoms include: labor problems pregnancy problems fertility problems repeated miscarriages If fibroids are large, there may also be weight gain and swelling in the lower abdomen. Once a fibroid develops, it can continue to grow until menopause. As estrogen levels fall after menopause, the fibroid will usually shrink. Causes It remains unclear exactly what causes fibroids. They may be related to estrogen levels. During the reproductive years, estrogen and progesterone levels are higher. When estrogen levels are high, especially during pregnancy, fibroids tend to swell. They are also more likely to develop when a woman is taking birth control pills that contain estrogen. Low estrogen levels can cause fibroids may shrink, such during and after menopause. Genetic factors are thought to impact the development of fibroids. Having a close relative with fibroids increases the chance of developing them. There is also evidence that red meat, alcohol, and caffeine could increase the risk of fibroids, and that an increased intake of fruit and vegetables might reduce it. Being overweight or obese increases the risk of fibroids. Childbearing lowers the risk of developing fibroids. The risk reduces each time a woman gives birth. Diagnosis As fibroids often do not show symptoms, they are usually diagnosed during routine pelvic examinations. The following diagnostic tests can detect fibroids and rule out other conditions: A doctor can create ultrasound images by scanning over the abdomen or by inserting a small ultrasound probe into the vagina. Both approaches may be needed. An MRI can determine the size and quantity of fibroids. A hysteroscopy uses a small device with a camera attached to the end to examine the inside of the womb. The device is inserted through the vagina and into the womb through the cervix. If necessary, the doctor can take a biopsy at the same time to identify potentially cancerous cells in the area. A laparoscopy may also be performed. In a laparoscopy, the doctor makes a small opening in the skin of the abdomen and inserts a small tube with a lighted camera attached through the layers of abdominal wall. The camera reaches into the abdominopelvic cavity to examine the outside of the womb and its surrounding structures. If necessary, a biopsy can be taken from the outer layer of the womb. Treatment Birth control medication an be used to shrink fibroids. Birth control medication can be used to shrink fibroids. Treatment is only recommended for those women experiencing symptoms as a result of fibroids. If the fibroids are not affecting quality of life, treatment may not be necessary. Fibroids can lead to heavy periods, but if these do not cause major problems, one may choose not to have treatment. During menopause, fibroids often shrink, and symptoms often become less apparent or even resolve completely. When treatment is necessary, it can take the form of medication or surgery. The location of the fibroids, the severity of symptoms, and any future childbearing plans can all affect the decision. Medication The first line of treatment for fibroids is medication. A drug known as a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) causes the body to produce less estrogen and progesterone. This shrinks fibroids. GnRHa stops the menstrual cycle without affecting fertility after the end of treatment. GnRH agonists can cause menopause-like symptoms, including hot flashes, a tendency to sweat more, vaginal dryness, and, in some cases, a higher risk of osteoporosis. They may be given before surgery to shrink the fibroids. GnRH agonists are for short-term use only. Other drugs may be used, but they may be less effective when treating larger fibroids. These include: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs): These include mefenamic and ibuprofen, which is available to buy online. Anti-inflammatory medications reduce the production of hormone-like lipid compounds called prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are associated with crampy periods, and they are thought to be associated with heavy menstrual periods. For those with fibroids, an NSAID may be effective at reducing fibroid pain, does not reduce bleeding from fibroids, and does not affect fertility. Birth control pills: Oral contraceptives help regulate the ovulation cycle, and they may help reduce the amount of pain or bleeding during periods. Levonorgestrel intrauterine system (LNG-IUS): This plastic device is placed inside the womb. It then releases a hormone called levonorgestrel over an extended timeframe. The hormone stops the inside lining of the womb from growing too fast, which reduces menstrual bleeding. Adverse effects include irregular bleeding for up to 6 months or longer, headaches, breast tenderness, and acne. In some cases, it can stop periods. Surgery Severe fibroids may not respond to more conservative treatment options, and surgery may be necessary. The treating doctor may consider the following procedures: Hysterectomy: A hysterectomy is the partial or total removal of the womb. This is considered for treating extremely large fibroids or excessive bleeding. A total hysterectomy can prevent the return of fibroids. If a surgeon also removes the ovaries and fallopian tubes, side effects can include reduced libido and early menopause. Myomectomy: This is the removal of fibroids from the muscular wall of the womb. It can help women who still want to have children. Women with large fibroids, or fibroids located in particular parts of the womb, may not benefit from this surgery. Endometrial ablation: Removing the lining inside of the womb may help if fibroids are near the inner surface of the womb. Endometrial ablation may be an effective alternative to a hysterectomy for some women with fibroids. Uterine artery embolization (UAE), more specifically uterine fibroid embolization (UFE): Cutting off the blood supply to the area shrinks the fibroid. Guided by fluoroscopic X-ray imaging, a chemical is injected through a catheter into the arteries supplying blood to any fibroids. This procedure reduces or removes symptoms in up to 90 percent of people with fibroids but is not suitable for women who are pregnant and typically not for those who still wish to have children. MRI-guided percutaneous laser ablation: An MRI scan is used to locate the fibroids. Fine needles are then inserted through the skin and body tissues of the patient and pushed until they reach the targeted fibroids. A laser fiber device is inserted through the needles. A laser light is sent through the device to shrink the fibroids. MRI-guided focused ultrasound surgery: An MRI scan locates the fibroids, and high energy ultrasound waves are delivered to shrink them. Natural treatments There is no proven natural treatment for fibroids. However, keeping weight down through exercise and a healthful diet may help to moderate estrogen levels. Complications Fibroids do not normally result in complications, but if they occur, they can be serious and even life-threatening. Complications may include: Menorrhagia, also called heavy periods: This can sometimes prevent a woman from functioning normally during menstruation, leading to depression, anemia, and fatigue. Abdominal pain: If fibroids are large, swelling and discomfort may occur in the lower abdomen. They may also cause constipation with painful bowel movements. Pregnancy problems: Preterm birth, labor problems, and miscarriages may occur as estrogen levels rise significantly during pregnancy. Infertility: In some cases, fibroids can make it harder for the fertilized egg to attach itself to the lining of the womb. A submucosal fibroid growing on the inside of the uterine cavity may change the shape of the womb, making conception more difficult. Leiomyosarcoma: This is a rare form of cancer that is thought by some to be able to develop inside of a fibroid in very rare cases. Other serious complications include acute thromboembolism, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), acute renal failure, and internal bleeding.Dr. Rina Upadhyay5 Likes9 Answers
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Friends today I am discusing about Anemia . Anemia is not in itself a disease, it just gives an indication towards various medical conditions associated with diseases. Anemia refers to a reduction of red blood cell count or decreased haemoglobin level. Since the red cell production is reduced or the red blood cells are destroyed at a high rate, the end result is weakness, fatigue and various other symptoms. Homeopathic remedies provides a complete cure for anemia . The natural Homeopathic medicines are free from any side effects and are very effective in the treatment of Anemia. Various Causes And Types of Anemia Haemorrhage: After accidental trauma, heavy bleeding during periods in women or bleeding during childbirth, bleeding in medical conditions like gastric ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer of gut, parasitic manifestation in gut-like hook worm, Schistosomiasis. Iron deficiency: Iron Deficiency Anemia is common during pregnancy and lactation and from acute haemorrhage or chronic blood loss. The cause is either a decreased intake of iron rich diet or impaired absorption of iron in the gut. Deficiency of Vitamin B12 or Folic Acid: It leads to Megaloblastic Anemia. Pernicious Anemia: This type of Anemia arises from an autoimmune disorder where there is atrophy of gastric mucosa with the resultant decrease in parietal cells and intrinsic factor produced by these cells. Intrinsic factor is required to absorb Vitamin B12. So, in Pernicious Anemia, defective absorption of Vitamin B12 is the cause and not its nutritional deficiency. Haemolytic Anemia: It is a result of destruction of red blood cells as in malaria, and abnormal red blood cells prone to breakage as in Sickle Cell Anemia. Thallasemia: An inherited disorder in which the haemoglobin production is impaired. Symptoms of Anemia Pallor; weakness or fatigue; vertigo; mouth soreness; difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath; palpitation; jaundice in Haemolytic Anemia; Koilonychia (spoon-shaped nails) in Iron Deficiency Anemia; pica (desire to eat strange indigestible things including chalk, clay, lime, dry rice, etc) in Iron Deficiency Anemia; gastric symptoms (like diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting); tingling and numbness of limbs in Pernicious Anemia.[toc] Natural Homeopathic Treatment For Anemia The Homeopathic mode of treatment, with the use of medicines made of natural substances, is very effective in treating Anemia. There is no specific Homeopathic remedies for Anemia. The medicines are solely selected on the basis of individual symptoms. Top Homeopathic Medicines For Anemia Ferrum Metallicum: Best Homeopathic medicine for Anemia There are several natural Homeopathic medicines that are of great help in the treatment of Anemia, but Ferrum Metallicum or Ferrum Met as it is known tops the list. The persons needing Ferrum Met are weak with paleness, and have frequent false flushings appearing at the slightest excitement. Vertigo, pulsating headaches and ringing in ears are also experienced by patients. Difficulty in breathing, shortness of breath with palpitations in heart are dominantly present in such patients, as is coldness of body. Homeopathic remedy Ferrum Met needs a special reference for its use in females who are anemic due to excessive bleeding during periods. The blood flows abundantly and the periods last much longer than normal. Aletris Farinosa: Homeopathic medicine for Anemia in women with extreme fatigue Aletris Farinosa is the best natural Homeopathic medicine for women suffering from Anemia with extreme weakness and fatigue. There is a marked weariness and tiredness all day in such patients. The energy level seems to be markedly reduced and the body feels powerless. Frequent episodes of faintness and vertigo are common and even the face appears very pale. Anemia in women due to repeated abortions is best treated with Homeopathic remedy Aletris Farinosa. Vaginal discharge due to Anemia can also be corrected with this Homeopathic medicine. Aletris Farinosa is also the ideal Homeopathic mode of treatment for women with Anemia due to abundant bleeding during periods. China: one of the Best Homeopathic medicines for Anemia following excessive bleeding Anemia due to extreme blood loss is best treated with natural Homeopathic medicine China. The bleeding can be the result of a traumatic injury, excessive bleeding in periods or bleeding from any part of body like throat, bowels, nose, etc. The person is exhausted and even fainting spells occur due to extreme anemic conditions consequent to blood loss. Episodes of vertigo with marked weakness are also experienced. The body feels cold and pallor is marked. The face especially appears pale with sunken features. Homeopathic medicine China acts both as a haemorrhage controller as well as enhances the amount of blood after the bleeding episodes. Natrum Mur: One of the best Homeopathic medicines for Anemia with weight loss Natural Homeopathic medicine Natrum Mur acts very efficiently to control weight loss as a result of Anemia. The person appears very lean and emaciated with loss of flesh. The headache due to Anemia is also best treated with Natrum Mur. The headache is mainly bursting in character. Nausea and vomiting may accompany the pain in head. Natrum Mur is also the Homeopathic cure when anemic patients experience palpitations. Natrum Mur has a great ability to control palpitations due to decreased blood. Anemia due to longstanding grief is also best treated with Homeopathic remedy Natrum Mur. There is also a marked desire for extra salt in persons needing Natrum Mur to cure Anemia. Homeopathic medicine Ferrum Phos a haemoglobin enhancer Ferrum Phos is the most frequently used natural Homeopathic medicine to increase the haemoglobin level. It can be safely used among people of all age groups. Even during Anemia in pregnancy, Ferrum Phos is a safe Homeopathic remedy though the dosage is to be properly handled by the physician during pregnancy. The skin appears pale in persons needing Ferrum Phos and they also experience palpitation of heart and weakness. The pulse rate is quickened. Vertigo and headache also appear as symptoms. Ferrum Phos is also the best Homeopathic remedy for controlling sweat in anemic patients especially at night. Natural Homeopathic Medicines for Anemia after haemorrhage The best Homeopathic medicines for replenishing the blood lost due to haemorrhage are Ferrum Met and China. Ferrum Met is used when palpitations, weakness and coldness are marked. China is an ideal Homeopathic medicine when faintness and vertigo with complete exhaustion from bleeding is the symptom picture. Homeopathic medicines for treatment of Pernicious Anemia The top natural Homeopathic medicines for Pernicious Anemia are Picric Acid and Phosphorus. The symptoms that help in selection of Picric Acid are extreme weakness and prostration. Very marked weakness is present with a tired feeling all day. Tingling in limbs with needle-like sensation is often present. There is also an aversion to do any kind of work. Phosphorus is a Homeopathic remedy of great help when there is a numbness of hands and arms. Longstanding diarrhoea with weakness is also experienced. An increased desire for cold drinks and ice creams is often noticed in persons who can benefit with Homeopathic medicine Phosphorus. Homeopathic medicines for Anemia following malaria Arsenic Album, Natrum Mur and Alstonia Scholaris are efficient natural Homeopathic remedies for Anemia due to malaria. Natrum Mur can help all those patients who are emaciated with weakness. Usually a history of chronic malaria is found among such patients. Natrum Mur is also known to cut the bad effects of taking excessive quinine used as an anti-malarial drug. The persons needing Natrum Mur have a weakness that shows its presence markedly in morning. Headache and palpitations may also be experienced. Excessive craving for salts is an important symptom guiding towards the use of Homeopathic remedy Natrum Mur. On the other hand, Arsenic Album is the Homeopathic choice when there is a marked weakness that gets worse at night. The person seems exhausted with much weakness. Even a slight exertion seems to worsen the weakness. Other important symptoms include anxiety and restlessness. Homeopathic medicine Alstonia Scholaris is considered a complete tonic for patients who have Anemia and other complaints following malarial fever. The complaints apart from Anemia are weak digestion. The patients needing Alstonia Scholaris list a history of diarrhoea during malarial fever. Homeopathic treatment for Anemia due to nutritional disturbances Alumina, Nux Vomica and Calcarea Phos are wonderful natural Homeopathic medicines for Anemia due to nutritional disturbances. Alumina is the best Homeopathic remedy when there is sluggishness of the gastric system and the person remains very constipated. The intestines are so sluggish that the stool is retained for many days together. The urge to pass stool is absent. Along with constipation, pica is dominant and there is a desire for chalk, coffee grounds and other indigestible things. The person also has sensitivity to cold air. The main symptom for using Homeopathic medicine Nux Vomica is also constipation and senstivity to cold air. But the character of constipation is exactly opposed to Alumina. For using Nux Vomica, the constipation symptom is scanty stool with frequent ineffectual desire to pass stool. Acidity and heaviness in abdomen after eating is also marked. Calcarea Phos is the Homeopathic remedy for children with Anemia and a weak digestive power. The abdomen is full of gas. Desire for salt or meat (especially smoked meat) is often noted. The child is also usually irritable and also has weak bones. Homeopathic medicines for Anemia during pregnancy Ferrum Phos and Aletris Farinosa are very efficient natural Homeopathic medicines for Anemia during pregnancy. Ferrum Phos is of great help for all women during pregnancy suffering from anemia. The symptoms that may be found are paleness, weakness and palpitations with a fast pulse. Aletris Farinosa is the ideal Homeopathic remedy when extreme weariness and tiredness are the symptoms. Fainting and vertigo are also experienced. Although these are safe remedies, the Homeopathic physician’s advice should always be taken before using these medicines as the dose and potency varies in every case. Homeopathic medicines for Anemia where pica is predominantly present Alumina and Calcarea Carb are the natural Homeopathic medicines for anemia that work well to control pica . Alumina is used when a person desires chalk or coffee/tea grounds or dry rice. Constipation is marked along with pica. Calcarea Carb is the Homeopathic medicine recommended when there is a desire for lime, chalk and pencils. Craving for boiled eggs and increased sweat on head are important symptoms that if present add more weightage in selecting Calcarea Carb over Alumina. Homeopathic medicines to control palpitations in anaemic persons Ferrum Met and Natrum Mur are the best natural Homeopathic medicines to treat palpitations in anemic patients. Homeopathic medicine Ferrum Met is used when palpitations get worse with motion. Chest oppression with difficulty in breathing are accompanying symptoms. Homeopathic medicine Natrum Mur works well when palpitations with fluttering sensations are marked. The palpitations are violent, shaking the whole body. Natural Homeopathic medicines for Anemia with Weakness Ferrum Met, China and Natrum Mur are the Homeopathic medicines that are very beneficial in treating weakness in Anemic patients. Ferrum Met is most suited when there is a marked weakness when walking and speaking. China is the best Homeopathic remedy when vertigo and weakness in addition to weakness are present. And for weakness that is worse in morning, Natrum Mur is the most suitable Homeopathic remedy.Dr. Rajesh Gupta7 Likes7 Answers
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22 Fantastic Benefits Of Mustard Oil (Sarson Ka Tel) For Your Health, Skin, And Hair stylecraze.com Sep 29, 2017 12:00 PM ￼ “It’s just an oil,” you would think. What’s so special about an oil made from seeds? Well, mustard oil is not just like any other oil you use in your cooking. It is a true superhero. Don’t believe us? Read this article, and you will surely change your stance. Table Of Contents What Do I Need To Know About Mustard Oil? Mustard oil is extracted from the seeds of the mustard plant. It has culinary as well as therapeutic uses. Here are some quick facts about mustard oil: Scientific Name: Brassica juncea Common Names: Sarson ka tel (Hindi), Sarsay tel (Bengali), Kadugu Ennai (Tamil), Avanune (Telugu), Rainu tel (Gujarati), Mohariche tel (Marathi), Kadugenna(Malyalam), and Sorisha tela (Oriya) Color: Dark (reddish) yellow Aroma: Strong Taste: Pungent and sharp flavor Smoke Point: 480oF/250oC Extraction Process: Extracted from mustard seeds and purified through distillation How Mustard Oil Is Made: There are two ways of making mustard oil: by pressing and grinding. The first method is to press the mustard seeds to get a vegetable oil. The second method is to grind the seeds, mixing them with water, and then extracting the oil by distillation. This results in mustard oil that is lower in fat content. And now, here’s a glimpse into the history of mustard oil. Its History Mustard oil has been popularly used in countries like India, Rome, and Greece for thousands of years.Mustard was first grown in India around 3000 BC.Its first known uses were medicinal – Hippocrates used mustard seeds to prepare certain medicines.The Romans added mustard seeds to their wine and Pythagoras, the Greek scientist, used it as a natural treatment for scorpion stings.Apart from its medicinal uses, mustard oil has been used by North Indian women for cooking for decades. Let’s now look into the nutrients present in mustard oil that make it so amazing. What Are The Nutrients In Mustard Oil? Mustard oil has an edge over other oils due to the optimum ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and low content of saturated fats. Its nutritional profile is given below. AMOUNT PER 1 TSP (4 G) 1 TBSP (14 G) 100 GRAMS 1 CUP (218 G) 100 GRAMSCalories 884% Daily Value*Total fat 100 g153%Saturated fat 12 g60%Polyunsaturated fat 21 gMonounsaturated fat 59 gSodium 0 mg0%Total Carbohydrate 0 g0%Dietary fiber 0 g0%Protein 0 g0%Vitamin A0%Calcium0%Vitamin B-60%Magnesium0%Vitamin C0%Iron0%Vitamin B-120% Key Nutrients: It contains about 60% monounsaturated fats (MUFA), 21% polyunsaturated fats (PUFA), and 12% saturated fats. These fatty acids are considered ‘good fats’ as they do not get deposited on the arterial walls. Its pungent and sharp flavor can be attributed to a compound called allyl isothiocyanate. It also contains glucosinolates that have antimicrobial properties. Mustard oil does not contain carbohydrates, fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Being a vegetable source, mustard oil contains alpha-linolenic acid or ALA, an essential omega-3 fatty acid. One teaspoon of mustard oil contains around 0.8 grams of omega-3 fatty acid.Calories And Fat: One tablespoon of mustard oil contains about 124 calories. It contains about 14 grams fat, out of which 8.3 grams is monounsaturated fat, 2.9 grams is polyunsaturated fat, and 1.6 grams is unsaturated fat. It has a lower content of monounsaturated fats as compared to olive, flaxseed, grape seed, and peanut oils. Want to know why we say this oil is a superhero? Due to the below-mentioned benefits. What Are The Health Benefits Of Mustard Oil? The health benefits of mustard oil are multiple. It is known to cure diseases and problems related to the heart, skin, joints, muscles, and so much more. Following are some of the well-known benefits of this wonder oil. 1. Reduces The Risk Of Cancer Research suggests that mustard oil has strong cancer-fighting properties. It contains ample amounts of linolenic acid, which when converted to omega-3 fatty acid, helps prevent stomach and colon cancers. A study by South Dakota University proves the same. They tested the efficacy of mustard, corn, and fish oils on rats affected by colon cancer. Mustard oil was found to be more effective in preventing colon cancer than fish oil (1). 2. Has Cardiovascular Benefits ￼ Shutterstock Did you ever think that consuming an oil would actually benefit your heart? Me neither! Mustard oil contains rich amounts of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids (MUFA and PUFA) as well as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. These good fats lower your risk of developing ischemic heart disease by 50% (2). Enriched mustard oil is also known to show hypocholesterolemic (cholesterol-lowering) and hypolipidemic (lipid-lowering) effects (3). It reduces bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and increases good cholesterol (HDL) levels in the body, thereby reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. 3. Is A Natural Stimulant Mustard oil is a very powerful natural stimulant. It improves digestion and appetite by stimulating digestive juices and bile in the liver and spleen. When massaged into the skin, it also stimulates our circulatory system and sweat glands. This ensures improved blood circulation throughout the body and enlarged skin pores through sweating. This diaphoretic ability of mustard oil results in lowered body temperature and removal of toxins from the body. 4. Stimulates Sensation In The Muscles Feeling numbness in your muscles? Just massage some mustard oil on the affected area, and you will slowly start gaining some sensation in your muscles. 5. Relieves Cold And Cough ￼ Shutterstock Owing to its pungent nature, mustard oil has been used to cure cold and cough since decades. It contains a heating property that clears up the congestion in the respiratory tract. It works best when combined with garlic and massaged on the chest and back. Another method of using mustard oil for clearing cold and cough is using steam treatment. Add caraway seeds and a few spoonfuls of mustard oil to a pot of boiling water and inhale the steam. This clears the phlegm build-up in the respiratory tract. 6. Eases Joint Pain And Arthritis Regularly massaging mustard oil on the skin works amazingly well in curing joint aches and arthritis by increasing blood flow and circulation throughout the body. Mustard oil also contains large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which act as an anti-inflammatory to ease joint stiffness and pain associated with arthritis (4). 7. Helps Heal Chapped Lips Do you have trouble with chapped lips? Each night, just before you are about to sleep, pour two or three drops of mustard oil in your navel. Yes, you read that right! Pour two or three drops of mustard oil in your belly button. As long as you do this every night, you should never have to worry about having chapped lips ever again. 8. Improves Functioning Of The Organs A massage done with mustard oil refreshes the body and improves the functioning of your organs by increasing blood circulation to all parts of the body. Mustard oil massage for newborns is quite a popular practice in many countries. Studies showed that the common reasons to use mustard oil for massaging were to promote strength, maintain health, and provide warmth to the body (5). 9. Has Antibacterial, Antifungal, And Anti-inflammatory Properties Mustard oil is known to contain antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Its anti-inflammatory properties are attributed to the presence of selenium, which reduces pain and swelling, thus easing joint pain. This anti-inflammatory property of mustard oil also finds its use in the formulation of diclofenac, an anti-inflammatory medication (6). Recent studies have shown that microemulsions containing mustard oil work as antibacterial agents against E. coli (7). The glucosinolate present in mustard oil prevents the growth of unwanted bacteria and other microbes. Mustard oil also contains powerful antifungal properties that can treat skin rashes and infections caused by fungi. A study was conducted on rye bread spoilage (by fungi) by exposing it to different oils. Mustard oil proved to be the most effective, owing to the presence of a compound called allyl isothiocyanate (8). 10. Beneficial For Asthma ￼ Shutterstock Asthma is a disease that has no permanent cure. But its symptoms and effects can be managed and greatly reduced by using mustard oil. This is known to be one the safest and most effective cures to treat the effects of asthma. Massage brown mustard oil on your chest to increase airflow to the lungs during an asthma attack. Or you can make a mixture of 1 tablespoon of mustard oil with 1 teaspoon of camphor and rub it on your chest. You can also prevent asthma attacks by swallowing a mixture of one tablespoon each of mustard oil and honey, three times a day. 11. Is An Excellent Insect Repellent Worried about mosquito or insect bites when you go outdoors? Apply some mustard oil on your skin, and insects will stay away from you. This property of mustard oil was evaluated in a study conducted in Assam, India. The repellent properties of mustard and coconut oils were evaluated against Aedes (S.) albopictus mosquitoes. Mustard oil was very effective in providing protection for a longer time as compared to coconut oil (9). 12. Whitens Teeth And Treats Dental Problems Why spend so much money on teeth whitening strips or chemical treatments to whiten your teeth when you can use mustard oil? Make a paste of ½ teaspoon of mustard oil, 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder, and ½ teaspoon of salt. Rub this mixture on your teeth and gums twice a day to promote healthy teeth and provide relief from gingivitis and periodontitis (10). 13. Boosts Brain Function The high concentration of fatty acids present in mustard oil is known to boost brain function and help treat depression. They are also said to boost memory and improve cognitive functions in the brain. This property highly benefits children, especially during their exams. 14. Promotes Overall Health Mustard oil can be used as a healthy tonic to promote overall health and wellness of the body. It provides benefits to the entire body, whether consumed or used externally. And now, let’s find out how to use this oil for prettier skin. Does It Have Benefits For The Skin As Well? Of course, it does! The regular use of mustard oil can give you glowing and healthy skin. Read on to know about its benefits in detail. 15. Removes Tan And Dark Spots ￼ Shutterstock Massaging mustard oil on your face regularly can significantly reduce tan, dark spots, and skin pigmentation. Make a paste of mustard oil with chickpea flour, 1 teaspoon of yogurt, and a few drops of lemon juice. Apply this on the face and neck. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes before washing it off with cold water. Do this three times a week for a few months, and you will notice excellent results. 16. Lightens The Skin Tone Mustard oil is rich in vitamins A, B complex, and E – all of which promote anti-aging and healthy skin. For young-looking skin, mix equal parts of mustard and coconut oils. Massage this mixture into your skin every night for 15 minutes and then wash off with a mild face wash. If you use it regularly, you will start to notice your skin tone getting lighter. It also reduces the signs of aging by delaying the onset of wrinkles. 17. Natural Sunscreen You don’t ever have to worry about going out in the sun or buy expensive sunscreens as long as you have mustard oil at home. Massage a small quantity of this wonder oil into your skin before you step outdoors. The high amount of vitamin E in this oil protects your skin from the harmful UV rays and environmental toxins. Remember not to use large quantities of this oil on your skin because excess oil attracts dust and pollution. 18. Treats Rashes And Infections As mentioned earlier, mustard oil has powerful anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal properties, which help it to ward off infections and treat skin rashes and allergies. It also prevents dryness and itching. 19. Has Anti-Aging Effects Mustard oil is brilliant in promoting anti-aging. The excess amount of vitamin E present in it accounts for a significant reduction in wrinkles and other signs of skin aging on regular use. Is Mustard Oil Good For Hair? Yes, it is. Mustard oil ensures hair growth, prevents hair loss, reduces graying, and much more. Moreover, a mixture of mustard oil and curd can work wonders for the hair. Read on to know more. 20. Stimulates Hair Growth ￼ Shutterstock Regular hair massages keep the scalp nourished. Mustard oil stimulates hair growth by increasing blood circulation in the scalp. It contains protein, a major component of hair, and omega-3 fatty acids – both of which nourish your hair and encourage hair growth. The antibacterial and antifungal properties of this oil prevent hair loss and ensure healthy hair growth. Using this oil for hair growth is very easy. Just massage a little oil into your hair and scalp. Cover your hair with a shower cap for about 3 hours and shampoo and condition your hair as usual. After a few uses, you will see visible results. 21. Prevents Premature Graying Mustard oil is packed with essential vitamins and minerals that help prevent premature graying of hair on regular use. You can use this before going to bed. Apply mustard oil to your hair and leave it on for 30 minutes before washing it off. 22. Gets Rid Of Dandruff And Itchy Scalp The antibacterial and antifungal properties of mustard oil ensure a healthy scalp, free from dandruff and itchiness. Mix equal amounts of mustard and coconut oil and massage into the hair. Cover your hair with a towel and leave it on for two hours. Wash off with a mild shampoo. Do this a few times a week and watch your dandruff disappear slowly. Are you wondering how you can use this oil in your cooking? Here are some recipes to help you out. What Are Some Recipes With Mustard Oil? 1. Mango Pickle You Will Need 500 grams raw mango pieces100 grams mustard oil1 teaspoon asafoetida50 grams mustard seeds½ teaspoon dry ginger powder½ teaspoon turmeric powder100 grams garlic cloves50 grams red chilli powderSalt as per taste Method Marinate the mango pieces in salt and turmeric. Leave them overnight.Remove the water from them and dry them in the sun.Fry the garlic cloves.Heat the mustard oil till it smokes and leave it aside to cool.When the mango pieces are completely dried, mix them with garlic cloves, oil, and all spices and store the pickle in a jar. 2. Tandoori Paneer Tikka You Will Need 250 grams paneer (cottage cheese)1 bell pepper (green, red or yellow – or a mixture of all three)1 medium onion For The Marination 200 grams thick yogurt1 tablespoon ginger-garlic paste1 teaspoon carom seeds1-2 teaspoons red chilli powder½ teaspoon turmeric powder1 teaspoon cumin seed powder1 teaspoon coriander seed powder½ teaspoon garam masala powder1 teaspoon dry mango powder1 teaspoon chaat masala½ teaspoon black pepper powder (optional)½ tablespoon lemon juice1 tablespoon mustard oil½ teaspoon black salt (optional)Regular salt as required Method To Prepare The Tikka Chop the paneer and the vegetables in square pieces and keep aside. To Prepare The Marination In a bowl, whisk the curd till there are no lumps.Add the ginger-garlic paste, all the spices, carom seeds, and salt to the curd and mix well.Add the vegetables and paneer to the marinade and coat them well.Leave this marination for two or more hours in the refrigerator.Remove from the refrigerator and allow the vegetables to come to room temperature.Arrange the paneer and vegetable cubes on skewers. Making The Tikka Preheat the oven for 15 minutes at 240oOn a rack, arrange the skewers and brush the mustard oil on the marinated paneer and vegetables.Bake the tikkas for 15 to 20 minutes or till they turn golden and then turn the skewers.Bake again for another 10 to 15 minutes or till they are baked completely.Arrange the tikkas on a plate, squeeze some lemon juice, and sprinkle some chaat masala on them.Serve hot. If you are planning to buy this oil and wondering how to select the best, here’s what you need to know. How To Select And Store Mustard Oil Selection There are plenty of mustard oils available in the market, so selecting the right one can seem challenging. Let me make that task easier for you by telling you a little bit about the three main types: This is the most popularly used form of mustard oil and is extracted through the cold pressed method. This type of oil is natural in flavor and has a lot of antioxidants and nutrients retained in it. All agricultural products that are grown or produced organically are supposed to be certified with Agmark. So, if you pick a mustard oil that has the Agmark label on it, you can be sure of its quality and organic integrity. Grade 1 mustard oil is a mixture of oils that are obtained by grinding yellow and brown mustard seeds. The best way to do a quality check for this oil is to test its nutty flavor. Storage Mustard oil should only be bought in a quantity that will be used for up to 6 months after opening its seal. Store the oil in an airtight bottle, preferably in a refrigerator. This will prevent your mustard oil from turning rancid. Any Other Uses Of Mustard Oil? There are plenty of uses of this oil – in cooking and beauty. Some of them are mentioned below. Cooking Uses Mustard oil is used in many Indian states as the main component in vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.It can be used as a salad dressing along with lemon and honey.Several pickles are made using mustard oil. Other Uses Apply the oil on the skin for 10 minutes to remove tan, reduce the signs of aging, and treat itchiness and redness of skin.A full body massage with mustard oil helps to deeply nourish the skin as well as relax the body.Mustard oil boiled with henna leaves is said to increase hair growth and strengthen the hair follicles.Men can use mustard oil to grow their beard faster. All they need to do is fill a blue glass bottle with mustard oil and place it in the sun, preferably during early morning, for 40 days. After that, start using the oil on the beard and mustache to regrow or increase the hair. In case you are wondering… Where Do I Buy Mustard Oil? Mustard oil is easily available in the market and is sold under several brand names. Some of the best brands are Dhara, Fortune, Nature Fresh and Pure & Sure. You can even buy it online. So far, you have seen the benefits and uses of mustard oil. But, does it have any side effects? Let’s find out. I Am Wondering If Mustard Oil Has Any Side Effects Yes, just like any other ingredient, mustard oil too has its share of side effects. They are: It can cause anemia due to the presence of large amounts of erucic acid in the oil.Consuming mustard oil in large quantities can increase your risk of lung cancer.It can cause vaginal bleeding, which can eventually cause miscarriage.Consuming large quantities of this oil can be harmful for the heart. What Is The Final Word? Mustard oil can be easily labeled as one of the healthiest oils in the market. Whether you use it for cooking, in medicine, or as an ingredient in your beauty routine, you will not be disappointed. Comment below to let us know what you think of this post. Expert’s Answers For Readers’ Questions What is Kacchi Ghani mustard oil? Also called raw grade, this is the form of mustard oil that is cold pressed. Can we apply mustard oil on wet hair? Yes, you can. Does applying mustard oil regularly darken the skin? No, mustard oil does not darken the skin. On the contrary, it makes your skin glow. How long should I keep mustard oil on my hair? You may leave mustard oil in your hair for 2-3 hours or overnight, but not for more than 24 hours. Is refined oil better than plain mustard oil? No, mustard oil is natural and healthier than refined oil. What are the ways to remove the fat from mustard oil? You can grind mustard seeds, mix them with water and extract the mixture by distillation to obtain oil from it. This method usually contains lesser fat than other oils. How would you know if you are allergic to mustard oil? Common allergy symptoms of mustard oil are rashes, itchiness, asthma, coughing, nausea and vomiting, and difficulty in breathing. See a physician immediately if you experience any of these symptoms. Is mustard oil toxic? Mustard oil contains about 40% erucic acid, which, when consumed in large quantities, can be toxic. It is for this reason that the sale of this oil is banned in the US. References “Chemopreventive Effects of Dietary Mustard Oil On Tumor Development”. South Dakota University. June 2003.“Definitions and Potential Health Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet…”. Biomed Central. July 2014.“Hypolippidemic Effect of Mustard OIl Enriched with Medium Chain Fatty Acid and Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid”. University of Kolkata, India. Nov-Dec 2011.“Therapeutic Evaluation of Ayush Tulsi Jiwan Plus Oil For Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Relief”. International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda. 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