Inflammation

We are all born with a certain level of immunity to handle many diseases. We also develop immunity to some diseases by exposure. Inflammation is part of the body's immune response. It can be beneficial for a short time so that the body fights the problem. Inflammation does not necessarily mean that there is an infection, but an infection can cause inflammation. The immune system recognizes damaged cells, irritants, and pathogens, and it begins the healing process. If the inflammation remains longer than necessary causes more harm than benefit

Inflammation is chronic when it is repeating itself or lasts for several months or even even years. It can result from:

Failure to eliminate the cause

An autoimmune disorder

Exposure to a particular irritant

As per Ayurveda there are two factors Agni and Ama coexist like light and darkness. The desirable agni is known as samaagni. It is balanced metabolism. Food is easily digested and absorbed and balanced state of doshas and someone who is free from any major diseases

Wherever Agni goes down Ama automatically rises. While Agni burns all that is good for our body and gives life to us Ama uses all the rejects in our body and starts degeneration. Ama can be in any one of Vata, pitha or Kapha or more than one.

VataAma

Eating large meals, skipping meals, wrong food, wrong timings are some of the reasons for starting this problem. When ama enters vata, it affects abdominal area and pelvic cavity colon and the joints. As it disturbs agni, VataAma could cause severe gastrointestinal problems, dryness in the large intestine leading to chronic constipation, piles,bloatingstomuch, IBS, eye alergies, generalised body pain , specific migraines, Backpain as immediate symptoms. If left untreated can cause disorders like Arthritis, Sciatica, Diverticulitis, Incurable four types of Diabetes, Alzheimer, MS, Stroke are some of the diseases.

Pitta Ama

Voracious appetites, unbalanced emotions, excessive run for anything in life can all trigger this problem. When ama enters pitta, it affects the central abdominal region that is the small intestine, liver, gall bladder, spleen thereby affecting the blood parameters, cause stress,irritability, blood pressure, stroke,psoriasis. Pitta ama also can circulate in the blood. If left untreated can cause serious disorders in these organs.

KaphaAma

Eating large carbohydrate meals or excessive fats or even calories without an active lifestyle is a major trigger for this.

When ama enters kapha, it affects the stomach, chest, lungs, sinuses and even lymphatic congestion. Depression is associated with kaphaDosha . People with a predominance of Kapha generally experience excess mucous in the upper gastrointestinal tract, particularly the stomach, which can leave them feeling tired, sluggish, lethargic and depressed after eating. To balance this, Kapha people need the stimulation of pungent and bitter tastes to enhance and balance digestion.

According to Ayurveda our body is made up of 5 elements and so are all the things that we eat. Bhutagni transfers the energy from the food you eat to your body to support the panchamahabutas in your system.

Dhatvagni refers to tissue metabolism. According to Ayurveda, our body is made up of seven dhatus- Rasa (Body fluids like lymph), Rakta (Blood and its components), Mamsa (Muscular system), Meda (adipose or fat tissue), Asthi (Skeletal system), Majja( Bone marrow) and ShukraDhatu (reproductive system). The nutrients absorbed from the intestine is processed in each of these system by respective dhatvagnis for their nourishment, proper functioning and development.

Result of chronic inflammation could result in any of the diseases like Diabetes, cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, periodontitis, and hay fever, fatigue, mouth sores, chest pain , abdominal pain, fever, rash, joint pain, Swelling, Immobility, All types of lung inflammation and even auto immuno diseases

Acute inflammation not managed well can also result in diseases like chronic peptic ulcer, tuberculosis, rheumatoid arthritis, periodontitis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, sinusitis, active hepatitis

Having all these in mind we have developed our medicine Samagni.

This can be taken separately or along with ......... The dosage is from 7.5ml to 20ml as prescribed by the Doctor. Each 100 ml of this Ayurvedicarka medicine is prepared from :

Rasna, Aswagandha, Devadharu, Shadahua, Nirgundi, Bilva, Kasmari, Agnimantha, Patala, Shyonaka, Kantakari, Salaparni, Prsniparni, Gokshura, Sahachara, Shundi, Ajamodha, Gulgulu

Fights all auto immune diseases
Maximises toxin removal from the body
Helps Body recover from state of inflammation
Irritable bowel disease for long periods
Thyroid functions
Helps against degeneration from Diabetes
Works like a nerve tonic (neuro tonic)
Certain viral fevers
Bronchitis and also common colds
Helps blood circulation (improves blood circulation)