Kadha is an ayurvedic drink, which, like the previous two waves, is also becoming your shield in the third wave of Coronavirus. But before consuming it, some important facts should also be known.
The way new cases of Coronavirus are becoming uncontrollable in the country, from the Ministry of Health to the Ministry of AYUSH are advising to work on immunity for protection. Vaccination drive is going on all over the country. So that by vaccinating more and more people, their immunity can be increased. But there are many other ways with the help of which your immunity can be increased.
The most popular of these is Ayurvedic Kadha. In the first wave of corona virus infection, everyone made ayurvedic decoction as a way to increase their immunity. If you are also planning to consume it daily, then it is important to know some things.
Ayurvedic Kadha is helpful in increasing immunity
Ayurvedic decoction, which provides many health benefits, is very good for our immunity. But it has its benefits only if it is made properly. The Ayurvedic ingredients used to make it should be used in limited quantity.
Otherwise, it can have an adverse effect on the body. Due to which many major health risks can be created. When people turned to Ayurvedic decoctions in the first wave, many people took advantage of it. While some had to face its side effects as well.
If you are also adopting or adopting Ayurvedic decoction, then you need to ensure some things. We will discuss about all these important things, but first let us know some important information about Ayurvedic decoction.
Why is Ayurvedic Kadha beneficial in corona?
For patients suffering from coronavirus infection, it was advised by the Ministry of AYUSH to consume the decoction in regular quantity daily. A study published in the Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine in the year 2018 reported that the decoction is a drink prepared from natural bioactive compounds.
That is, it is a good source of antioxidants such as carotenoids, phenolic acids, flavonoids, alkaloids, saponins, terpenoids, polyacetylenes, coumarins and many others.
The decoction should contain giloy, black pepper and cinnamon in balanced quantity.
If you are making a decoction at home, then you need to take special care of this. It is necessary that all the ingredients to be included in the decoction should be done in balanced quantity. Most people use Ashwagandha, Giloy, Black pepper, Basil, Cinnamon in the decoction.
All of them are very beneficial for health, but excessive use can pose many health risks. About which we will learn later.
These problems can occur due to excessive consumption of decoction and making it incorrectly.
- nose bleeding
- Heartburn and acidity problem
- ulcers in the mouth and throat
- Unary track problem or irritation
- Problems like dyspepsia and dysentery.
When kadha is beneficial for immunity, then why does it harm the body?
This question must be arising in the mind of all of you. We have the answer for that too. Actually, any Ayurvedic medicine is always given keeping some things in mind. Including weather, nature, age, condition of chronic diseases.
All the medicines used in the decoction like Giloy, black pepper, dry ginger and cinnamon have a very hot effect.
When they are consumed in excess, they disturb the body temperature and these problems start to arise.
About Kadha, also remember
Ayurvedic decoction is very beneficial for those people who have Kapha dosha. However, people with Vata and Pitta dosha should take special care while using Ayurvedic decoction.
If you are facing problem in ascertaining the quantity of which ingredients should be in the decoction, then use the decoction packets available in the market. They specify how many teaspoons of ingredients you need to put in how many cups of water.
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