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Allergic Rhinitis Treatment in Ayurveda

1.Rhinitis (Coryza)

Allergic rhinitis( hey fever) is a pollen allergy reaction. Symptoms appear during pollen season, when pollen levels are at their peak. Pollen from trees, grass, weeds, animal dander, dust, and other sources are among the causes. Depending on the extent of your allergies, you may experience a variety of symptoms. recommended classical formulations are : chyavana prash leha, haridra khand, sameerpannag rasa, lakshmi vilas rasa, mahasudharshan churn, chitrak haritaki, godanti bhasm, maha lakshmi vilas rasa etc.

  • Sneezing
  • Bad odour in respiration
  • Headache, and itchy and watery red eyes
  • Itchy throat
  • Loss of smell
  • Blocked or congested nose


Repeated exposure to factors responsible for causing rhinitis generally leads to a chronic condition. For instance, repeated exposure to exhaust gases, perfumes, chlorine, detergents, cigarette smoke, dust etc can cause an individual the chronic rhinitis. Prolonged exposure to cold climate and frequent consumption of cold food items like curds & ice cream and most importantly decreased immunity are often responsible for causing chronic rhinitis.

According to Ayurvedic philosophy, rhinitis, or dushta pratishya appears due to imbalance of pitta and kapha. Pitta, symbolizes heat or fire. Kapha, manifests as a mucus like substance, that is dense, heavy, firm, stable, slow, thick, sticky, wet, clear and cold in nature. Aggravated pitta and kapha produce heating mucus-like toxins. These toxins circulate in the blood and are transported through channels to weakest part of body. In such a case, the weakest part of the body is the respiratory system. Heating, mucus-like toxins accumulate in respiratory system and leads to rhinitis.

Ayurvedic Medicine for Fever, Diet & Lifestyle:
  • Avoid foods which increase pitta and kapha dosha such as fried, oily, deep fried, sour and excessively sweet foods and foods made from white flour such as bread, cakes, pastries and pizza etc.
  • Avoid Citrus fruits (lemon, lime, orange), chutneys, sauces, fermented food, mustard and vinegar, artificial foods, fast foods, cold drinks, and tomatoes.
  • Taking should be on foods which are naturally sweet, bland and alkaline in nature. Foods that should be included in the diet are grains, freshly boiled rice, pasta, beans, breads (whole grain), dairy products like milk boiled with spices, juices, fresh vegetables and fresh fruits.

Home Remedy: .

Note: Medicine should be taken according to vaidya/docter

Treatment with Remedies and Ayurvedic Medicine

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