Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment Of Aldara Syndrome

Aldara syndrome is a progressive disease of the central nervous system, which results from the overproduction of very large amounts of arginine (NOX), an amino acid found in many protein molecules such as arginine in the body. When NOX levels increase in the body, this causes the death of myelin, the protective myelin shield around nerve cells.


Arginine is an essential component of the neurotransmitters, which carry information to and from nerve cells. This is the reason why people suffering from Aldara syndrome can be extremely hyperactive, unable to relax, or can even have seizures. The myelin which is lost is then replaced by a new membrane made of dendritic spines, which are the same structure as those found in healthy myelinated fibers. But when a person suffers from Aldara syndrome, the myelin in his or her spinal cord and brain tissue becomes deficient and he or she will suffer from aphasia, a loss of speech.


Symptoms of the condition include: problems with vision, hearing and balance; decreased reflexes; speech that is slow, monotone or raspy; a reduction in mental functions; and seizures. The Ayurvedic treatment of Aldara syndrome involves treating the physical manifestations of the disease and treating the overproduction of NOX by changing the body's metabolic processes.


According to Ayurveda, arginine can be produced only in excess during times when there is an abundance of nitrogen in the body. Therefore, when the body is under stress (eg.


* Undergoing trauma, as in cases of infection – the body produces arginine to overcome the pain and protect the damaged parts. * Stress, which cause the body to produce more NOX, and * When the body experiences an arginine deficiency, the body attempts to compensate by producing a number of amino acids in an attempt to compensate for arginine, which causes it to be overproduced and cause a disorder.


This overproduction of arginine, known as aero-genesis, is then manifested in the form of a variety of conditions including ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and aphasia, which are a type of aphasia, which is a loss of speech or language. aphasia. The Ayurvedic treatment of Aldara syndrome includes correcting the imbalances in amino acids which are responsible for the production of aero-genesis by changing the body's metabolic processes.



According to Ayurvedic medicine, there are three main Ayurvedic medicines used to treat Aldar Syndrome. These medicines are Triphala Guggulu, Trivang Bhasma and Punarnavadi Kadha.


These medicines can be taken alone or in combination. They work by decreasing the production of arginine, improving the functioning of the central nervous system, and increasing the synthesis of arginine in the body.


Triphala Guggulu – This medicine works by restoring normal levels of arginine and nitrogen in the body so that arginine levels in the brain, kidneys and liver do not rise to dangerous levels. This medication also prevents an increase in arginine in the bloodstream and reduces the anemia that occurs when arginine is not removed from the bloodstream. The medicine helps prevent kidney and liver damage.


Trivang Bhasma – These medicines work by increasing the activity of these guggulu (triphala), which are the active form of guggulu guggulu. It is used to treat a number of problems related to kidney and liver function. It is useful for increasing urination, improving kidney function and increasing urine output, and helping to improve metabolism, thereby preventing kidney damage.


Punarnavadi Kadha – This medicine helps the liver to eliminate toxins from excess acid, which is responsible for the accumulation of ammonia and uric acid in the kidneys. It also helps maintain normal purine levels in the body and reduces the formation of acid crystals in the renal tubules, thereby reducing aplastic nephritis and nephrocalcinosis.


Medicines are available in several forms, including guggulu-mukta, kapalbhati, suvarna-mandur and bhrungraj-Vati, which can be taken as a paste or tea and are used individually. Medicines like Guggulu-Mukta and Praval-Bhasma are mixed in a paste and used in combination, while other medicines like Punarnavadi-Qadha and Suvarna-Bhasma are drunk as a drink.

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