Infertility is usually associated with poor nutrition or lack of proper development of the reproductive organs. Accumulation of fluids and stagnation of blood can also cause it. Generally, the Kapha types are most fertile and the Vata types are least fertile. Pitta types falls in between, losing their fertility when their system gets overheated.
|Ashwagandha Capsules||Shatavari Powder||Kumari Saar||Chander Prabha Vati|
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The above pack is for 30 days. Following is the dosage details:
Ashwagandha : 2 capsules with milk at bed time .
Shatavari Powder: 2 teaspoons mixed with milk twice a day.
Kumari Saar : 3 teaspoons mixed with equal quantity of water twice a day .
KChander Prabha : 2 tablets twice daily before food with plain water .
Tonification therapy is generally best with an anti-Vata, pro-Kapha diet using nourishing and strengthening foods: dairy products, particularly milk, nuts and oils such as ghee or sesame. Treatment requires mainly the tonic herbs for strengthening the female reproductive system.
Typical Ayurvedic female tonics such as Shatavari, Ashwagandha, Licorice, saffron and Kumari Saar are good. Dashamoola and Phala Sarpi are good for the female reproductive system. It should be given twice daily, preferably on an empty stomach, with milk. Another drug of choice is Vanga bhasma. Shilajit is another effective drug in the treatment of this condition.
Additional western herbs that are useful are comfrey root, marshmallow, and false unicorn.
Where it is a congestive disorder or due to sluggish function, as in those overweight, energy moving and circulation promoting herbs should be employed. Cinnamon, saffron, ginger and myrrh and formulas such as Trikatu and Triphala together with honey are useful. Pitta type person can use Kumari Saar and Shatavari.
The herb winter cherry is another valuable remedy found helpful in infertility. The herb should be powdered and six grams of this powder should be taken with one cup of milk for five to six nights after menstruation.
Certain nutrients, especially vitamins C and E, and zinc, have been found helpful in some cases of infertility.
An infusion of the fresh tender leaves of the Jambul fruit is an excellent remedy for infertility or miscarriage due to an ovarian or endometrium functional disorder. The infusion can be taken with honey.
Excessive fat often inhibits conception. Obesity must, in that case, be treated first through regulation of diet and a regimen of weight reducing exercises. A woman under treatment for infertility must be advised to desist from alkaline and pungent foods. Diet is an important factor in the treatment of infertility. It should contain fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. These foods should be supplemented with milk, vegetable oils and honey. Curd and cottage cheese are also recommended. The diet should be adequate to meet all the needs of the body. It must contain sufficient proteins. Sprouting is an excellent way of consuming seeds, beans and grains in their raw form, as in the process of sprouting, the nutritional value is multiplied, new vitamins are created and the protein quality is improved.
Excessive fats, spicy foods, strong tea, and coffee, white sugar, white flour, refined cereals, and fried foods should all be avoided.
Daily physical exercise and proper hygiene are recommended.
Purgation or Enema also has a beneficial effect not only on the digestive system but also on the surrounding organs of the urinary and genital system.
Certain Yogasanas are said to tone up the gonads or ovaries should also be practiced regularly for overcoming female infertility. These Asanas are Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Ardhamatsyendrasana, Paschimottasana and Shalabhasana.
All these measures, along with clean habits, proper rest and relaxation will go a long way in overcoming female infertility.