Dasamoola Kadutrayam Kashayam: 15 ml of Kashayam in 60 ml warm water, one hour before breakfast and dinner
Talisapatradi choornam: 3 - 10 gms per day, mixed with honey
Dasamoola Kadutrayam Kashayam: 4 Bottles
Talisapatradi choornam:100 Tablets x 1
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Difficulty in breathing
Benefits of Breathe Easy Kit
Improves respiratory functions
Helps to treat all kinds of breathing issues. Soothes the respiratory tract lining. Loosens mucus depositions in the lungs. Regulates production of sputum. Relaxes the bronchial muscles to prevent shortness of breath at night. Relieves sore throat, cough and cold.
Boosts metabolic rate
Flushes out fat depositions from tissues. Increases appetite. Promotes secretion of digestives enzymes. Fights off intestinal infections. Regularizes bowel movements. Soothes gut lining. Alleviates flatulence, muscle spasms and indigestion.
Contributes to immunity
Neutralizes free radicals in the blood. Eliminates bacteria, virus and fungal agents. Inhibits entry of microbes through the intestines. Keeps a check on blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Reduces mental stress and anxiety.
Pacifies excess Vata and Kapha
Detoxifies the blood
Curbs symptoms of allergies
Enhances reproductive health
Helpful to treat mouth breathing
Good for hair and skin
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Main Ingredients of Breathe Easy Kit
Also known as Bael, this herb holds great relevance in Indian tradition and Ayurveda. It gives a wide range of benefits to the gastrointestinal tract. Bilva can also alleviate asthma symptoms by unclogging the respiratory tract and expelling excess mucus.
It has a strong antitussive and expectorant nature. Maricha inhibits growth of infections in the lungs to control mucus formation. It is known to improve skin quality by speeding up the repair of ulcers, wounds etc.
It is a multi-action herb that can promote gut, lungs and joint health. Talisa is used in traditional medicine for a full body detox. It also shows mild aphrodisiac functions.
Overdose may cause stomach pain, gastritis and abdominal cramping.
May cause adverse effects for pregnant or lactating women.
Can raise blood sugar levels. Diabetics should use caution.
Frequently asked questions
Is it normal to be out of breath when pregnant?
Yes. The amount of progesterone hormone is usually high during the first few months of pregnancy. It may lead you to take frequent, short breaths. Though, it may seem like a case of breathlessness in pregnancy, it is rarely a serious problem. However, you should consult your gynaecologist if you notice swelling, heart palpitations or dizziness along with short breaths.
What are the common breathing problems home remedy?
Ginger: One of the best shortness of breath remedy. You can drink it as a decoction or tea on a daily basis. It helps to unclog the respiratory tract.
Steam Inhalation: It loosens the mucus depositions in the nasal passage to ease air flow. Also relieves chest congestion.
Gargle: Reduces throat irritation and coughing. You can use Turmeric or salt water to reduce inflammation of soft tissues.
Mustard oil massage: Gives a heating effect to the chest. Dilates the respiratory tract muscles for faster flow of air. You may add cloves of garlic to the oil for enhancing its benefits.
Coffee: Caffeine opens the lung pores to increase absorption of oxygen. This in turn, curbs choking, breathlessness and chest heaviness.
When should I be concerned about shortness of breath?
You may have your pick of a breathing problem home remedy but, one shouldn’t use it as an excuse to ignore the other body signs. It would be best to consult a physician if you notice swelling in your limbs, high fever, wheezing, chest pain, sleep fluctuations and throat tightness along with breathlessness.
How do I know if my shortness of breath is heart related?
Shortness of breath causes can vary from simple respiratory infections to serious cardiovascular disorders. However, the sensation and symptoms are different in each case. If your episodes of breathlessness are followed by a sudden swelling in limbs, fast heartbeat and pangs of pain in the chest, it could be an indication of a heart disease.
Can asthma be cured by Ayurveda?
In the Ayurvedic texts, asthma is studied as Tamaka Swasa, meaning “constricted breathing”. While it may not completely eliminate asthma, Ayurveda can help you to identify and curb the reasons for shortness of breaths. Its herbal remedies have been proved to show better results with least risks of side effects. So, Ayurveda is both a safe and effective choice for asthma treatment.
Can asthma be cured permanently?
As per medical research, there is no means to cure asthma completely. However, it can be easily managed using dietary precautions, lifestyle practices and health supplements. A detailed management regime can help to make asthma an invisible aspect of your life.
What food should be avoided in asthma?
Eggs: It may trigger an allergic reaction in some cases and thereby, lead to asthma-like conditions.
Excess Salt: It has been found that salty foods can contract the breathing passage and create a choking sensation. They may also cause inflammation in the soft tissues.
Sour Fruits: High citrus content of fruits like, orange, kiwi etc. makes them a potential danger to asthma patients. It increases the risks of attacks, especially during winters.
Peanuts: Besides the allergic reactions, the heavy nutrient content of peanuts can lead to an asthma attack for most patients.
Milk: Overconsumption of milk has been found to aggravate breathing disorders. It may create mild asphyxiation.
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