Ayurvedic Treatment for Allergy (एलर्जी के लिए आयुर्वेदिक उपचार)
Ayurvedic Treatment for Allergy ,What is an allergy? Our body is designed to digest and excrete the food that we eat. So we inhale, and we exhale. Our body is designed that way.
How do the pollutants we inhale come out of our bodies?
We have been taught that we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. So, now you breathe in good quality oxygen, but the question is, how do you exhale the polluted air?
This air is absorbed in our blood, and this is how some small amount of dirt and infectious particles stay in our bodies, as the body cannot exhale all the dirt out.
Now, this remaining dirt keeps circulating in the body. The smallest part of our body is the cell. So these infectious particles affect our body at a cellular level. And this impurity in the blood shows its effects outside on the skin in the form of Itching or red rashes.
So one needs to detoxify from the inside to cure these problems within 2-3 months. After that, there is no need to take any medication. The allopathic medicines are given to the patient are to suppress the disease and not cure it.
People who have allergies can ask around and conclude that these medicines cure it for the time being, and after that, these problems start again after 3-4 years. This is because the problem wasn’t eradicated from the root. It was only suppressed for a short while.
So it is nothing to worry about. You’ve given five years to allopathy now. You can give five months to Ayurveda and see the treatment work.
Often people confuse allergy with the common cold. It is evident as both conditions share common symptoms like runny and itchy nose. It is accompanied by rashes, vomiting, fever, and headache. But one must understand that allergy is an immune reaction of the body towards particular allergens. The most common allergens are seasonal, like dust, pollen grain, termites, kitchen smells, chemicals, molds, etc. In addition, kids develop food allergies (cow milk, wheat allergy, soy, shellfish, and peanuts). Allergies can be hereditary, too, and may pass from one generation to another.