As the summer season starts, some people get annoyed by the complaint of hemorrhoid. Suddenly the bleeding begins with the nose. In the Charak Code, this disease has been described by the name of aphrodisiac. This disease has been accepted as a major disease and has said that this disease should be treated immediately. Frequent nosebleeds in one nostril In practice, once it complains, many patients go to the doctor only after treatment. Most of the complaints are received in children, which are the reason for their parents’ concern. this is posterior nosebleed.
The reason for the person who eats hot, hot, sour, and salted items, roams in strong sun, consumes food that burns in the body, its nose increases the likelihood of bleeding. Hot food containing greasy is a special reason for the origin of this disease. Due to the increase of bile, it exits from the nose in the form of contaminated blood. If the disease is not outdated, it is easily cured.
This disease is born in the cold period, then it is cured with asana, and the disease born in the hot days is cured with difficulty. Medical treatment: The disease automatically becomes silent after some time and after being calm it He should take care of his food for the condition not to be repeated. If the patient is strong then blood should not be stopped in the early stages.
After that keep fasting. After fasting, drink
Adding two drops of grapes juice, cow’s milk, reed juice, juice of turmeric juice or onion juice is beneficial in the nose. Mixing honey and sugar together in the blood of the stomach and small herb will help to break nose is. It is also written in the medical code that nature is also helpful in the treatment of this disease. Living in the banks of the river, the pond, staying in the caves of the Himalayas, where the lotus is bloomed in the pond, it is also the treatment of this disease. By showing the moon at night, it becomes pathetic. Apart from this, the use of kamal etc., which is used in water, banana as leaf forming is also provided relief in the heat of the bloodstream.
Prof Anup Kumar Gakkhar