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How Ayurveda can Purify Blood

How Ayurveda can Purify Blood

by AyurvalleyI August 27, 2018
How Ayurveda can Purify Blood

Ayurvedic Science is gaining significance across the globe not only because of its therapeutic values, but also for its usage of medicinal herbs. Ayurveda includes a boundless collection of herbs within its rich practice. However, there are some herbs that stand on their own as they possess higher resources than the usual. Ayurvedic medicines prepared from these herbs are said to have no side effects. Herbs on their whole, with its leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, roots, root bark, and resin, have medicinal values apart from its flavour and fragrance. The features of these herbs are utilized both in curing and in healing. Here we are focusing on medicinal herbs that deal with blood purification, by removing all the toxins from the blood.

Blood purification is a sign of good health according to Ayurveda. When the blood is impure, the body is prone to diseases. Purity of the blood can be identified from its colour, texture and density. And the three doshas influence the blood colour. The influence of vata turns blood more reddish, thin, frothy, and non-slimy. Pitta makes it dark red with delayed clotting, while kapha turns the blood pale and viscous.

Ayurveda endorses cleansing the blood as a healthy measure against the extraction of toxins and to boost immunity, improve heart health and prevent diseases. Purification of blood can lower the levels of cholesterol from the blood. Blood purification also reduces the risks of Cancer. And it also can help decreasing inflammation caused from harmful toxins from the body. Here are some excellent Ayurvedic herbs for blood purification and general detoxification of the body.

Guduchi

Guduchi benefits in the elimination of toxins accumulated from the consumption of alcohol and tobacco. With the ability to balance the three doshas, guduchi helps in cleansing the blood. It is also beneficial in controlling the uric levels in blood and strengthening the urinary system which ultimately promotes the proper elimination of toxins from the bloodstream.

Amla

It helps in the assimilation of iron, improves the quality of blood and wipes out toxins from the body. Amla also fights heart disease as it nourishes the blood and improves blood circulation. The juice of amla acts as a blood purifier by assisting in flushing out the toxins from the body, improving the quality of blood and promoting blood circulation.

Neem

Neem possesses several medicinal properties, such as antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-gastric, antimalarial, and diuretic properties. Neem is a considered an excellent blood cleanser and is used in treating ailments that require the detoxification of the bloodstream. The herb is also effective in detoxifying the liver. Neem also helps fight blood clot and is also used to treat various skin ailments, ulcers, arthritis, etc.

Manjistha

It is an astringent and bitter herb with cooling properties that help dissolve the barriers in blood flow. Manjistha can remove toxins from your blood, improve blood flow, and boost blood circulation. It is effective in the treatment of skin conditions like itching, acne, darkened spots, and leucoderma and to improve the glow and complexion of your skin.

 

 

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