Ayurvedic Infertility Treatments

Effective Ayurvedic Infertility Treatments

Ayurvedic Infertility TreatmentsAyurveda takes a holistic view of health and treats the body as a whole instead of an individual ailment. The main focus of ayurvedic  infertility treatments is to ensure the proper transformation of food into nutrients that can move to the “Shukra Dhatu”.

Causes of Infertility

According to ayurveda infertility arises when “Shukra dhatu” does not get the proper nutrition which can happen due to poor digestion, lack of balanced diet or due to the presence of toxins (Panchakarma Treatment) inside the body which can obstruct reproductive channels. Few other causes which also can be a cause of fertility are:

  1. Sexual overindulgence is also a cause of “Shukra kshya” and can sometimes lead to klebya.
  2. Mental disturbances like depression, anxiety and insomnia can also be a cause
  3. Eating extra hot and spicy food increase the pitta in our body and weakens the formation of “Shukra dhatu” inside body which ultimately delays our chances to conceive
  4. Even controlling your sexual urges for the longer period of time can lead to “Veerya-avarodha” and can result in decreased libido.
  5. If you are suffering from by birth impotence.

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7 Effective Ayurvedic Infertility Treatments

1. Enhance “Shukra dhatu” in the Body

It is important to enhance “Shukra dhatu” to increase the reproductive capacity and health of both men and women. Many foods and herbs specifically enhance the “Shukra dhatu” in both men and women and are known as vrishya. They include foods items like broccoli, asparagus, milk and dates.

[1] In men: Food items like Asparagus, Dates and Almonds can work wonders. Asparagus has testosterone enhancing qualities whereas almonds and dates enhance “Shukra dhatu” in them

[2] In women: Grains such as quinoa enhance the estrogenic activity and balance the hormonal activity in the body. In fruits eating pineapple can be beneficial for a healthy ovum.

2. Shirodhara Therapy

For treating the hormonal imbalance infertility, many specific medicated oils are used on the head with “Shirodhara Therapy”. Special rhythmic movement of liquid over the forehead at specific point bring the mind into a balanced State The process stimulates the pituitary, hypothalamus and pineal glands and creates proper communication between them to secrete adequate amounts of the hormones, including FSH.

3. Basti

In “Basti” enema of specific medicated oil is giving via the rectum. This therapy procedure is quite helpful in eliminates the “doshas” from rectum and regulates “apan vayu” which improves the quality of ovum and semen.

4. Kapikacchu

It works wonder in men: “Kapikachhcu is a well-known herb in Ayurveda which is famous for its aphrodisiac properties and is mainly suggested to improve fertility in men. The herbs help men in improving the quantity and quality of the sperm and also increase their reduced libido.

5. Say No to Spicy Food

In Ayurvedic “Shukra Dhatu” is known as sheet dhatu it means that Shukra needs a cool environment to support fertility. Thus too much hot spicy food can decline the quality of “Shukra dhatu” and can oppose the enhancing of ovum and sperm. So, if a person is too much inclined towards food products which are spicy and hot, then it results in less quality and quantity of sperm and less motility of the spermatozoa.

6. Gokshura

“Gokshura” herb benefits in both men and female infertility. In men, it helps in curing erectile dysfunction and very effective in improving motility and sperm count. Whereas in women it is known as female fertility (Infertility Women’s Healthcare Therapy) tonic which stimulates ovary and thus making it best choice for the women.

7. Lead a Stress-Free Life

Ongoing everyday stress (Stress Relaxation Therapy) can have the adverse impact on our body especially if it continues for the longer period. These stressful conditions can decrease the couple’s libido and prevent the healthy conception. In women constant stress can affect ovulation, they ovulate less regularly and thus making it more difficult to conceive. Stress also affects testosterone levels and sperm production in men.