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KALA AZAR Ayurvedic Treatment

Diagnosis of the disease is generally made by combining the visible clinical signs with lab tests (mainly rapid diagnostic tests). In cutaneous and mucocutaneous leishmaniasis, clinical manifestation with parasitological tests confirm the diagnosis but serological tests have limited value.1

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

  • Light and digestible food according to prakruti should be recommended.
  • Koshna jala (warm water) should be used for drinking.
  • Avoid excessive intake of amla (sour), lavan (salty), katu (spicy), kshar (alkali), ushna, tikshna rasas (intake of hot, spicy and junk food), curd5

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

  • Avoid Exertion
  • Adequate rest is recommended.
  • Avoid Ati vyayam (excessive exercise/exhaustion), Diwasvapana (sleeping at day time) and Vegvidharan (holding of natural urges).

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