Ayurvedic Remedy for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy or prostate Enlargement

Ayurvedic Remedy for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy or prostate Enlargement

Ayurvedic Remedy for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy or prostate Enlargement

Ayurvedic Remedy for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy or prostate Enlargement
The prostate gland enlarges in all men as age advances. BPH is very common and affects one third of men who are over 50. A person suffering from BPH does not have the increased risk of prostate cancer.

The famous ayurvedic text Yogaratnakara defines BPH as

“ NAABHERADHASTHAATSANJAATAHA SANCHAARI
YADI VAACHALAHA |
ASHTEELAAVAD GHANO GRANTHIROODHWAR
MAAYATA UNNATAHA || “

Which means “ Below umbilicus (NAABHI), there is a hard gland which is little bit bulged and changes its place some times and some times stays stationary. This gland is like “Ashteela” (A small stone used to sharpen swords). This gland when affected by vitiated vata causes a disease called “vataashteela” (or benign prostate hypertrophy)
BPH Causes and Symptoms
Causes of BPH According to present medical concepts the actual cause of prostate enlargement is unknown.

But the causes of BPH are very well explained In ayurveda which is based on tridosha theory.The causes of vataashteela or BPH are explained as follows

Causes for vataashteela according to dosha theory:

vataashteela is caused by vitiated vayu and apaana vayu ( a subcategory of Vayu) ( APAANA VAYU is located in two testicles, urinary bladder, phallus, umbilicus, thighs, groins, anus and colon.Functions of apana vaayu are Ejaculation of semen, voiding of urine, stools, elimination of menstrual blood and expulsion of fetus. )

The vitiation of vayu and apaana vayu is caused by
1. Controlling the urge of urination
2. Controlling the urge of defecation
3. Over indulgence in sex.
4. Consuming dry, very cold and less quantity of food
5. Old age
6. General weakness
7. Indigestion
8. Physical and mental overexertion.

Symptoms of BPH
* Difficulty in starting to pass urine ( hesitancy ),
* A weak stream of urine,
* Dribbling after urinating
* The need to strain to pass urine,
* Incomplete emptying of bladder.
* Difficulty to control the urination urge.
* Having to get up several times in the night to pass urine,
* Feeling a burning sensation when passing urine.
* Passing urine mixed with blood (indication of infection)

Symptoms of vatashteela are described as follows.
“ VINMUTRAANILA SANGASCHA TANNAADMAANAMCHA JAAYATE|
VEDANAA CHA PARAA BASTOU VAATAASHTEELETI TAAM VIDUHU || “

The vitiated ashteela gland when enlarged is called as “vatashteela”. This enlarged gland causes
1. Obstruction to easy flow of urine.
2. Obstruction to Easy passage of stools and gas
3. Bloating of Stomach.
4. Pain in bladder.

When the above mentioned symptoms are noticed then one should seek proper medical advice.

BPH Causes and Symptoms
Causes of BPH According to present medical concepts the actual cause of prostate enlargement is unknown.
But the causes of BPH are very well explained In ayurveda which is based on tridosha theory.The causes of vataashteela or BPH are explained as follows

Causes for vataashteela according to dosha theory:
vataashteela is caused by vitiated vayu and apaana vayu ( a subcategory of Vayu) ( APAANA VAYU is located in two testicles, urinary bladder, phallus, umbilicus, thighs, groins, anus and colon.Functions of apana vaayu are Ejaculation of semen, voiding of urine, stools, elimination of menstrual blood and expulsion of fetus. )

The vitiation of vayu and apaana vayu is caused by
1. Controlling the urge of urination
2. Controlling the urge of defecation
3. Over indulgence in sex.
4. Consuming dry, very cold and less quantity of food
5. Old age
6. General weakness
7. Indigestion
8. Physical and mental overexertion.

Symptoms of BPH
* Difficulty in starting to pass urine (hesitancy ),
* A weak stream of urine,
* Dribbling after urinating
* The need to strain to pass urine,
* Incomplete emptying of bladder.
* Difficulty to control the urination urge.
* Having to get up several times in the night to pass urine,
* Feeling a burning sensation when passing urine.
* Passing urine mixed with blood (indication of infection)

Symptoms of vatashteela are described as follows.
“ VINMUTRAANILA SANGASCHA TANNAADMAANAMCHA JAAYATE|
VEDANAA CHA PARAA BASTOU VAATAASHTEELETI TAAM VIDUHU || “

The vitiated ashteela gland when enlarged is called as “vatashteela”. This enlarged gland causes
1. Obstruction to easy flow of urine.
2. Obstruction to Easy passage of stools and gas
3. Bloating of Stomach.
4. Pain in bladder.

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2 Comments on Ayurvedic Remedy for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy or prostate Enlargement

  1. Ruben
    June 16, 2017 at 6:43 pm (2 months ago)

    Hello Dr
    I am 52yrs old slim ,looking young tall
    man facing PE problem. I ejaculate before penetration. I hv minor hernia problem. Some time I took confido, tentex,neo , it did not help. Kindly let me know what medicines I can use to control PE

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