Ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicinal practice, terms the bio-chemical (metabolism) process as ‘agni,’ responsible for all the activities inside the body, up to the cellular level.
Thyroid function is attributed by Dhatwagni .Basal metabolic rate of body is regularized by Dhatwagni and Jatharagni.
Ayurveda attributes the cause of thyroid disease to the imbalance of tri-doshas caused by climatic conditions, impure water intake, in-nutritious foods and unhealthy dietary habits along with disturbance in dinacharya.
The inadequate functioning of thyroid gland results in the reduced levels of thyroxin secretion which leads to hypothyroidism.
Ayurveda attributes the root cause of this dysfunction to the vitiated Kapha and vat doshaj.
Above procedures are carried out from 8 days to 15 days depending on prakruti and severity of disease as per physician advice.
Hyperthyroidism is a condition that encompasses several different diseases, all characterized by production of too much hormone, resulting in an overactive metabolic state.
Ayurveda attributes the root cause of this dysfunction to the vitiated vat and pitta doshas. Many of the body’s processes speed up with this disorder:
Above treatments are given from 8 to 14 days depending on prakruti and severity of disease as per physician advice.