Ayurveda means life and science. It is one of the oldest alternative medicine originated from India. Its treatment technique aims to bring the balance of the body back, so it can heal itself.
After initial consultation and diagnosis, here are some common treatments that have been used in treating endometriosis.
If diagnosis determines that endometriosis is caused by toxins within the body, detoxification may be applied to restore the body back to balance by getting rid of those unwanted substances, such as
seeds of Abrus precatorius (family: Fabaceae)(348)
2. Weaken immunity(349)
If endometriosis is caused by the weakening of the immune system, patient may be given herbs in the form of pills, jellies, powders, or tonics to boost immunity levels and to stimulate the patient's appetite to eat food that help to boost immunity, such as Balya in Ayurveda(The word "Bala" refers to the strength and ability of the body or part of the body to cope up with various physical stressor)(350).
3. Blood stagnation(351)
If blood stagnation is the cause of endometriosis, then the technique of drawing out stagnation of blood may be used
a) Hot stone therapy(352)
The technique that penetrates heat deep into tissues to draw out blood.
b) Gua sha therapy(353)
A technique that helps to draw blood from the surface using suction cups
c) Maxabusion therapy(354)(355)
It helps to draw out stagnation of blood and relieve pain well as muscle spasm.
Massage is a very important form of treatment for women with menstrual pain. By applying the premix Ayurvedic oil on the abdominal region and gentle massage until the oil dips into the skin it is said to reduce muscle spasms. Daily massage is very important for opening the channels, stimulating the digestion, removing toxins from the body and strengthening the immune system.
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(347) Herbal and polymeric approaches for liver-targeting drug delivery: novel strategies and their significance by Rohilla R1, Garg T, Goyal AK, Rath G.(PubMed)
(348) Effective detoxification of Abrus precatorius Linn. seeds by Shodhana by Barve KH1, Ojha N.(PubMed)
(349) Dentistry and Ayurveda--III (basics-ama, immunity, ojas, rasas, etiopathogenesis and prevention) by Amruthesh S.(PubMed)
(350) A review on balya action mentioned in Ayurveda by Mahesh TS, Shreevidya M.(PubMed)
(351) The genus Commiphora: a review of its traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology by Shen T1, Li GH, Wang XN, Lou HX.(PubMed)
(352) Shamanic Hot stone therapy(Nature zone)
(353) A Guide To Gua Sha(http://www.videojug.com/film/a-guide-to-gua-sha)
(355) Ayurvedic Medicine(WebMD)