Ayurvedic anatomy describes seven dhatus namely Rasa (plasma), Rakta (blood), Mamsa(muscle), Meda (fat tissue), Ashti (bone tissue), Majja (bone marrow) and Shukra (reproductive system). These seven components form the body and are responsible for proper functioning of the various organs. The nourishment and existence of human body are dependent on these seven dhatus. The disequilibrium in the functioning of the dhatus result in the manifestation of a disease. Shukra-dhatu represents the reproductive health in men and women. Ayurvedic practitioners believe that for a healthy transformation of Shukra-dhatu, the rest six dhatus need to be of good quality.
Vajeekarana is a branch in Ayurveda dealing with sexual well-being and infertility. Herbal based formulations are effective and safe that provides respite from long-standing reproductive disorders. Rishikul Ayurshala offers ayurvedic treatment for infertility which is cost-effective and potent.
Ayurvedic pharmacopeia specifies a series of herbs such as aphrodisiacs, shukralas, and reproductive tonics. While the prior works on a building of semen and the latter works on balancing the sexual energy. Some of the widely used herbs are ashwagandha, vidari kanda, shilajit, bala, kapikacchu, pipali, etc. These herbs are used to revitalize the reproductive organs and enhance the functioning of sexual organs in long run. Also, these herbs are not consumed directly. Instead, these are mixed either with ghee (clarified butter), coconut oil, spices or taken with warm milk.
The human body produces waste residues known as ama that have natural channels for elimination. However, polluted environment, poor food combinations, and unbalanced doshas lead to toxic overload and cause illness. Therefore, there exists a natural detox method known as Panchakarma. A set of five therapies is designed namely vaman, virechan, basti, nasya, raktamokshan along with oleation, fermentation, abhyanga, Shirodhara, pizhichil, pottali massage for cleansing of the body toxins. The therapy facilitates in balancing the body, mind, and soul. RishikulAyurShala offers panchakarma therapy for pregnancy. Visit our website to gain insight into purification and rejuvenation therapy of panchakarma and its uses.
Shatavari herb is a queen of herbs in Ayurveda that is effectual for women's health. It is helpful in balancing the pitta dosha. It also regulates hormonal discharge, reduces chances of miscarriage and rejuvenates the female reproductive organs.
The human body is composed of three doshas Vata, Pitta, and Kapha that influences the sexual energy in our body. A pitta predominated person is highly motivated and inspired. Vata dominated person has low vitality and they easily get fatigued, if they overindulge. People having high Kapha element have high sexual vitality and are able to maintain sexual energy for longer periods. The science of Ayurveda states the use of several herbs such as Muira puama, Catuaba, ginseng, Lycium and damiana to maintain the desired sexual energy in our body.
As ojas relates to the essence of Kapha dosha, prana relates to the essence of Vata dosha and Tejas is concerned with pitta doshas. Ayurveda teaches an individual how to maintain sexual liveliness or to enhance the ojas based on individual’s body constitution.
The food we consume directly affects our reproductive fluids. We, at RishikulAyurShala, offer wholesome diet taking into consideration the person’s body constitution. Deciphering the dosha type helps you to ingest the food that works best for you. Vata dominated person are offered sweet, moist and easily digestible products to build healthy fats throughout the body. Pitta dominated person is offered bitter, heavy and cool food along with exercise to help them digest all heavy nutrient from the food. Kapha dominated people are given warm, low-fat and pungent and astringent tasting food for healthy formation of reproductive tissues. As yoga is significantly beneficial for reproductive organs, requisite yoga asanas are also added to patient’s health regimen for a holistic approach.