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Anaemia is a disease that typically imbalances the agni of the body. It leads to a drop in the haemoglobin count. Mentioned within are a few home remedies that help Anemia.
If anaemia is left untreated, the risks of developing complications that affect the heart and the lungs get higher.
The juice of amla and red beetroot reactivates red blood cells and supplies the body with fresh oxygen
Apple is a good snack to munch on throughout the day for those who have anaemia
Anaemia is called PANDU in Ayurveda. The pathology of anaemia finds its roots in the imbalance of agni, the digestive fire, which eventually leads to the formation of ama. This disruption is caused by pitta that is circulated around the body by aggravated vata.
The haemoglobin count in an individual’s body falls below its normal level of 15gm/100ml of blood. It causes shortness of breath, fatigue and weakness. The heart palpitations are typically high too.
Here are a few home remedies that can help someone suffering from anaemia
Soak 2-3 tsps of fenugreek (methi) seeds overnight. Add these to a handful of rice and cook in the pressure cooker. Add salt to taste. Eat methi rice daily for a month.
Mix half a cup of apple juice with half a cup of beetroot (chukandar) juice. Add a tsp of honey and stir well. Have this juice twice a day.
Soak black sesame (til) seeds in warm water for 2 hours. Grind it to paste and add honey or jaggery (gur) to it. Mix well. Put this in a glass of milk and have it daily.
Have fresh pomegranate (anar) daily. It boosts blood count.
Apple has many health-promoting properties and can prove to be a good snack to munch on throughout the day.
Have 2 bananas every day. It promotes the production of haemoglobin in the blood.
Mix Amla (Indian Gooseberry) and red beetroot juice. Have it daily. It strengthens the body, reactivates red blood cells and supplies the body with fresh oxygen.
If anaemia is left untreated, the risks of developing complications that affect the heart and the lungs get higher. To know about how you can overcome anaemia, consult a Jiva doctor today. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor’ under the CONNECT tab in Jiva Health App.
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