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Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Chronic Bowel Syndrome is a bowel disorder that causes stomach pain, discomfort, cramps, bloating, and diarrhea or constipation. This condition can usually be diagnosed when someone has a special symptom of this disorder and other causes that have been overlooked by routine testing.

Severe bowel syndrome is a chronic but controlled condition. As symptoms vary from person to person, treatment needs to be tailored to each patient. Changes in diet and lifestyle are very important. Foods that trigger symptoms should be avoided. Stress management also plays an important role in controlling symptoms.

Ayurvedic medicine is very helpful in managing the symptoms of this condition. For patients with stomach, bloating and constipation, medications such as Arogya Vardhini, Shankh Vati, Sanjeevani Vati, Lashunadi Vati, Hingashtak Churna, and Gandharva Haritaki are very helpful. For those with chronic diarrhea as the main symptoms, drugs like Kutaj Ghan Vati, Laghu Sutshekhar, Sunthi (Zinziber officinalis), Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Bilva Avaleha, Panchamrut Parpati, and Bilva (Aegle marmelos) are used. Those with digestive problems, loss of appetite and the benefits of bloated stomach with medicines such as Chitrakadi Vati, Aampachakadi Vati, and Panchakolasav.

Medicines containing Kuchila (Strychnos nux-vomica) such as Agnitundi Rasa and Vishtinduk Vati are useful in improving overall bowel function and should be given for three to six months. It also improves communication between the brain and intestinal tract, which is believed to be impaired in bowel syndrome.

Once the main symptoms are controlled, medications such as Panchamrut Parpati and Suvarna Parpati are given for one to three months along with Pippali (Piper longum) to reduce recurrent symptoms and improve digestion and absorb bowel power.

Medicines such as Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi), Jayphal (Myristica fragrans) and Sarpagandha (Raulwofia serpentina) are used to reduce stress. Yogic Asanas and a respiratory technique called "Pranayam" can also be used to reduce stress and improve bowel function.

This is, therefore, the comprehensive treatment and management of bowel syndrome.



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