All medical sciences claim to have a cure for Anemia but the Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medical science, has a very effective treatment for this condition. According to Ayurvedic practitioners, the science cures Anemia by increasing the RBC count of the human body and what is even more interesting is that this treatment has no side effect unlike the allopathic treatment.
According to doctors the main thing that any anemic person has to take care of is to pack his meals with as much iron rich ingredients as possible, as iron is the vital nutrient in reproducing red blood cells. Along with this the Ayurvedic science has a huge array of herbs that may help in making up the iron requirement of the body. These herbs provide all the necessary iron and proteins to reinvigorate the bodies’ production of red blood cells.
Some such herbs are:
- Punanava (Boerhaavia diffusa)
- Ghrtitkumari (Aloe Vera)
- Lauh Bhasma
- Dhatri Lauh
- Navayas Lauh
Besides the herbs Ayurveda also has some Ayurvedic Yoga Positions for curing Anemia. There are also some yoga positions that stimulate the body in a positive way to help combat anemia. All these Yoga positions or Asana are quite simple.
- One such Asana is Shoulder Stand or Sarvangasna. This is a self-explanatory position where one has to balance the body on the shoulders and hold the position. Another is Posterior Stretch or
- Paschimotthanasana and this helps reinvigorate a poor digestive fire. Finally is Corpse Pose or Shavasana. Lie flat on your back and relax. It is also recommended that you spend as much time in the sun as possible, as the suns-rays stimulate the production of red blood cells.
Other than this there are also some common household remedies recommended by Ayurveda One such is remedy is that a person should take 2 teaspoons of honey along with the banana even green vegetable along with salad in every diet it also helps pomegranate juice or carrot and tomato juice intake increases the RBC. A common belief is that chewing the pomegranate also enhances the production of the red blood cell.