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How Ayurvedic herbs could help with Thalassemia

Ayurvedic herbs can be a valuable addition to the Thalassemia treatment plan.

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Thalassemia is a genetic blood disorder that affects the production of hemoglobin in the body, resulting in anemia. Ayurveda, suggests the use of herbs and other natural remedies to treat the condition of Thalassemia, which is correlated with ‘Beejadushtijanya Panduroga’ in Ayurveda. Ayurvedic herbs work in a way that helps improve the body’s overall health and promote the production of healthy red blood cells.

Some of the signs and symptoms of Thalassemia :

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  • Swelling in the abdominal region
  • Lightheadedness
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Anemia
  • Reduced appetite

One Ayurvedic herb that has shown promise in helping with Thalassemia is ‘Ashwagandha’. ‘Ashwagandha’ is an adaptogenic herb that helps the body cope with stress, which is particularly important for people with Thalassemia, who often experience fatigue and weakness. Ashwagandha has also been shown to increase the production of red blood cells, which can help alleviate anemia.

Another Ayurvedic herb that can help with Thalassemia is ‘Guduchi’. ‘Guduchi’ is known for its immune-boosting properties and can help strengthen the immune system, which is important for people with Thalassemia who are more susceptible to infections. Guduchi can also help increase hemoglobin levels and reduce the symptoms of anemia.

Other Ayurvedic herbs that may be helpful for Thalassemia include ‘Shatavari’, which can help improve digestion and increase energy levels, and Turmeric, ‘Haldi’ which has anti-inflammatory properties along with a host of other benefits that can help reduce pain and inflammation.

Ayurvedic herbs can be a valuable addition to the Thalassemia treatment plan. Natural remedies help treat the root cause of a health issue and improve overall health, making it easier for people with Thalassemia to live active lives. People with Thalassemia should always work with seasoned healthcare professionals to develop treatment plans that are right for them.

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Akshi Khandelwal
Akshi Khandelwalhttp://butterflyayurveda.com
Akshi Khandelwal, CEO & Founder, Butterfly Ayurveda.
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