Ayurvedic medicine for Constipation

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Constipation

The inability to completely evacuate the bowels or passing very hard stools is known as Constipation or Vibandh in Ayurveda. This prevalent problem is due to an incorrect lifestyle and poor eating patterns. Although constipation is often looked upon as a common problem, if not treated or if Constipation treatment is delayed, it can lead to further problems such as fissures, fistulas, piles, lack of appetite and indigestion.

Ayurvedic medicines for constipation: How to use them

Here are a few Ayurvedic home remedies that can help relieve constipation and keep you regular:

  • Triphala

Triphala is made of three ingredients -Amla (Indian Gooseberry or Emblica Officinalis), Behada (Bibhitaki or Terminalia bellirica) and Harada (Haritaki or Terminalia Chebula). This Ayurvedic formulation acts as a tonic and laxative as well. Triphala is considered as one of the best Ayurvedic remedies for treating digestive problems, including constipation. It can effectively help in internal cleansing and detoxification.

Just steep ½ to 1 teaspoon in a cup of water, preferably hot, for about 5 to 10 minutes and drink it. People who don’t like the taste may take 2 capsules with warm water per day. Triphala is usually recommended to take between meals on an empty stomach, or upon rising and just before bed.

  • Flaxseed

Being a great source of dietary fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and essential antioxidants, flaxseed can allow stool to pass easily through the digestive tract, making it a powerful natural remedy to treat constipation.

To use flaxseed for constipation,  just take about 1 tablespoon of these super seeds and boil it in a cup of water for 2-3 minutes, allow it to cool slightly, and then drink the water. You can also eat the seeds. Just do it

  • Castor oil

Castor oil is a popular natural remedy that acts as a laxative, relieving constipation and promoting regular bowel movements. For constipation, it is recommended to take 1-2 tablespoons of castor oil on an empty stomach, preferably at bedtime until you get relief.

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