PCOD Ayurvedic Treatment

According to Ayurveda, PCOS can be caused due to an imbalance of any of the three doshas (Ayurvedic humors), the prime ones being Pitta (Fire) and Kapha (Water). Aggravated Pitta causes contamination of the dhatus (tissues) like rasa (nutrient plasma) and rakta (blood). This further causes accumulation of ama (toxins) in the weaker channels of the body.


In the case of PCOS patients, these toxins get accumulated in the manovahi strotas (channels of the mind), leading to an imbalance of hormones secreted by the pituitary gland. This condition results in imbalance of female hormones and increase in Kapha, which causes formation of ovarian cysts (collection of fluids within an ovary), anovulatory periods (no ovulation) and other symptoms.


In the case of Mrs. Khanna, Jiva’s main challenge was not only to handle her physical imbalance, but also help her come out of depression. After analyzing her case history in detail, our TMC doctor created a tailor-made treatment plan for her, consisting of authentic herbal medicines, diet chart as well as a lifestyle plan.

As part of our treatment, we administered cleansing herbal formulas to remove accumulated toxins from the manovahi strotas and balance the hormones. This was followed by the use of Pitta and Kapha pacifying herbs in order to facilitate the cyst-breaking process, and aid in normalizing the cycle of ovulation and menstruation.

After taking Jiva’s medicines for three months. Her menstruation became regular, which was a very significant achievement. Her body started feeling light and her mind relaxed. She continued with the medication for another six months. Eventually, she lost seven kilos of weight and noticed reduction in hair fall. Moreover, her menstrual cycle was completely regulated now, leading to balancing of hormones in her body.

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