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Respiratory disorders


Recommended therapies and diet may include:

  1. Vamana (emesis  therapy) helps get rid of excess mucus from the respiratory tract

  2. Virechna (purgation  therapy)

  3. Abhyanga (herbal oil massage)

  4. Swedana (hot  fomentation)

  5. Herbal steam inhalation

  6. Dhoomapana(Smoking of medicated Cigar )

  7. Nasya Karma [ (instillation of herbal nasal drop) one the best treatment for sinusitis]

  8. Pranamaya exercises 

  9. Diet plan (Personalized diet plan for you)

  10. Yoga Asanas

In Ayurveda, Prana is the vital life force. Prana can be in a way co-related to the energy of oxygen that we breathe and is responsible for life. Prana, the energy from breathing, is preeminent in Ayurvedic and Yogic thinking. The breath, along with food, supplies almost all of the energy to run the body, and without prana, nothing happens. Prana, a sub-dosha of vata(air element), flows inward, but, of course, that inward breath must be balanced with exhalation. Our body wisdom takes care of this pretty well, and we pay it no mind—until something goes wrong. Then it’s a crisis.


    There are many reasons why respiratory diseases are on a rapid rise, especially, in urban areas – toxic levels of air pollution, the low population of plants/trees, humidity, dust, pollen, inhaling of cigarette smoke, etc. These factors combined with high-stress levels and poor nutrition lead to the destruction of lung tissues, constriction of airways and fluid retention in the lungs.


     As per Ayurveda, the respiratory system is governed by Vata(air element). Imbalance of Vata dosha causes the respiratory disorder. There are a number of references to respiratory disorder and their management mentioned in the classics. Keeping all the causative factors, symptoms, prognosis in mind, we can effectively manage these symptoms using Ayurveda. We then initiate our program with the administration of simple herbs and internal detoxification therapy using Panchakarma techniques which helps reducing inflammations and to boost the natural immunity of the patient’s body.

Benefits of ayurveda in managing common respiratory diseases:

  1. Manages sinusitis

  2. Lowering allergens in the system

  3. Relieves cough

  4. Relieves wheezing

  5. Helps manage chronic sneezing

  6. Managing allergic asthma

  7. Strengthen the respiratory system

  8. Remove toxins via breathing techniques

  9. Decogestion of blocked nose

Please Note:

The recommended therapies are effective when performed for 3-14 days depending on your health assessment performed by a qualified Ayurveda doctor during the consultation. The treatments are customized based on the individual health conditions.

Please contact us for more details on the Panchakarma packages

We are not a Medical Facility and our Ayurveda Practitioners are not State Licensed Physicians(MDs) and as such we do not provide any Medical Services. Clients availing our services acknowledge the fact that Ayur Shilpi Wellness Clinic offers only general ayurvedic wellness therapies and even though it is reported to be beneficial for alleviating a number of disease conditions, our consultations, recommendations and therapies are not for the purpose of diagnosing or treating any illness.

Ayur Shilpi Wellness Clinic  does not claim that our therapies will cure or diminish any specific disease and our therapies are not a replacement for medical care provided by a licensed primary care physician. Clients may continue to seek the advice of their primary care doctor and any specialists they have consulted and should not modify or suspend their medical treatment unless advised by their medical doctors. The Ayurvedic professionals providing the Ayurveda consultation and therapies in Ayur Shilpi Wellness Clinic do not assume responsibility for treating any of the health problems of the clients and that responsibility rests solely with their primary care physician.

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