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AYURVEDIC HERBS TREATMENT FOR GALL STONES

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Gall stone and Ayurveda
Gallstones are normally more common in western countries.  It is also common in America, India. It is generally more common in women than men. These are more common in 5 F’s – Fatty, Female, Forty, Fertile and Fair. These stones are of cholesterol, bile pigment, calcium salts. Family history or hereditary is one of the most common factor. Fatty patients are more commonly have higher incidence of gallstones.  Women who are taking contraceptive tablets have more chances of developing gallstone.  A less amount of dietary fibers also lead to gallstones. Patients who are taking moderate amount of alcohol seems to be protected by formation of gallstones.
Ayurveda pathogenesis of Gallstones
When Tridodoshaj Vatta, Pitta, Kapha vitiated and gets accumulated in Anavahistrota lead to formation Pitta Kapha  stone in Pittashya. These are called gallstone.  Gallbladder has a power of clearing and emptying the bile.When bile gets accumulated with  cholesterol lead to formation of gallstones. It is due to impairment of clearing and emptying.
Ayurveda treatment for Gallstones

Pashanvajrak ras
Suteshekarras
Padhanbhedadighrit
Shaumbhikaadi vati

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