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Pregnancy – Ayurvedic medicines

Ayurveda, a science of life, advises that the health of the pregnant woman be taken care of, so that she can withstand the stress of childbirth and also give birth to healthy offspring.

The mother-to-be is advised to take certain herbs to take during each month of pregnancy. Milk decoction is one of them and it should be drunk every day before going to bed. It is prepared by mixing 15g of the recommended herb monthly/200ml milk/800ml water, then boil and reduce to 1/4 of the quantity.

First month

– 8 flg leaf buds boiled in milk and then strained for three consecutive days

– For the rest of the month the decoction of milk with Bala (Sida rhombifolia)

– Guarantees a healthy child

Second month

– Decoction of milk with the herb Lakshmana (Ipomeoa sepiaria)

– Sonitamrtam (tonic) is administered

– Provides energy

third month

– The decoction of milk is with Solanum melenginum (Bruhati)

fourth month

– Milk decoction with Desmodium gangeticum (Shaliparni)

– Prevents intrauterine growth retardation

Fifth month

– Decoction of milk with Amrita (Tinospora cordifolia)

Sixth month

– The milk decoction is with Solanum xanthocarpum (Kantakari)

– if there is a water retention problem, Tribulus Terrestris can be administered

seventh month

– Milk decoction together with Hordeum vulgare (yava)

– Sukha prasava Ghee is given to pave the way for easy delivery

eight months

– Maerua oblongiflia and gives milk

– Dhanwantaram 101 or Ksheerabala 101 is taken

– Lubricates the reproductive canals in preparation for labor

Ninth month

– Decoction of milk with Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari) during this month

  • During pregnancy women may suffer from cramps, insomnia for which medicated oils like Dhanwantharam, Sahacharadi, Pinda tail are used. This also ensures peripheral circulation. Medicated ghee such as sukhaprasoothi ​​ghrita is administered for normal delivery.

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