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Vericose veins


Varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins. Varicose veins most commonly affect the veins in the legs. That’s because standing and walking increase the pressure in the veins of the lower body. Weak or damaged valves can lead to varicose veins. Veins return blood to the heart, the veins in the legs must work against gravity. The valves in the veins open as blood flows towards the heart, then close to stop blood from flowing backward. If these valves are week or damaged, blood can flow backward and pool in the veins, causing the veins to stretch or twist.

According to Ayurveda, varicose veins are known as “Siraja Granthi”. The meaning of the word “Siraja” refers to the blood vessels and tubular structures in the blood stream and “Granthi” refers to swelling like a cyst.

Signs and Symptoms of Varicose Veins:

  • Veins that appear twisted and bulging, often appearing like cords on the legs
  • Veins that are dark purple or blue
  • An achy or heavy feeling in the legs
  • Burning, throbbing, swelling and muscle cramping in the lower legs
  • Worsened pain after sitting or standing for a long time
  • Itching around one or more of the veins
  • Changes in skin color around a varicose veins

Risk Factors for Varicose Veins:

  • Age – aging cause wear and tear on the valves
  • Sex – women are more likely to develop the condition due to hormonal changes before a menstrual period or during pregnancy or menopause. Hormonal treatments like birth control pills might increase the risk of varicose veins.
  • Family history
  • Pregnancy
  • Obesity
  • Standing or sitting for long periods of time

Bhagya Suwa Arana Ayurveda Provides best Ayurveda treatments for varicose veins conditions. Ayurveda Treatments for Varicose Veins aims to blood purification, repairing the damage and opening of clots which is cause by dysfunctional vein, improve the metabolism and improving the blood circulation. Internal herbal medicines with external Ayurveda treatments like leech therapy, lepana (herbal paste), snehana (oil application), udvartana, vasti and siravedha are used in the management of varicose veins. 

Prevention from Varicose Veins:

  • Eat fresh fruits and vegetables with rich diet for easier digestion.
  • Drink lots of water which helps to keep the clean and detoxify the body system.
  • Avoid standing or sitting still for long periods and trying to move around every 30 minutes.
  • Taking regular breaks throughout the day, raising the legs on pillows while resting to ease discomfort
  • Regular exercising

Wound Care


Wound healing is a normal biological process in the human body. Therapeutic intervention is important when this natural process fail to do the healing. Weakened immunity and rebuilding power can be a reason for the wound to become non-healing. The destruction, break, rupture, discontinuity of body tissue or part of body is called as “Vrana” according to Ayurveda.

Types of wounds we treated:

  • Non healing wounds
  • Infected wounds
  • Burns
  • Chronic wounds
  • Acute wounds
  • Surgical wounds
  • Open wounds



In the wound care management, Ayurveda can help for body heal itself in a most possible natural way. Ayurveda treatments for wound healing include the internal medications, external wound healing treatments as herbal oil or herbal paste bandaging and panchakarma therapies like leech application. Bhagya Suwa Arana Ayurveda provides best Wound Care Management.


Corns and Calluses


Corns and Calluses are buildup of hard, thick areas of skin usually seen on feet, hands or fingers. Corns can occur around the bony area on top of the toes and the skin between the toes. Corns feel hard to the touch, tender, and have a round appearance. Extreme pain can occur when a person stands or walks. Calluses can occur on any part of the body due to repeated pressure or irritation. Common places are on the ball or heel of the feet, on the hands and on the knees. Calluses are flat and painless thickenings of the skin.

Common Causes:

  • Shoes that are too tight or have very high heels
  • Tight socks or stockings
  • Walking down a long hill
  • standing or walking on a hard surface for a long time

Bhagya Suwa Arana Ayurveda provides good healing from corns and calluses by using effective herbal paste with herbal oils and Agni karma treatment. Prevention is more important and this can accomplished by eliminating undue pressure at certain sites of the foot.

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