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ITP Care Pack – An Ayurvedic Combination for ITP Treatment

Posted on the 13 August 2019 by Dr Vikram Chauhan @Planetayurveda9

What is ITP

ITP or Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura is a bleeding disorder. It is a rare problem, which is characterized by decreased platelets in the body. Platelets help in the formation of blood clot during any injury but in ITP patient, due to decreased platelet count the formation of blood clot does not occur which results in excessive bleeding and bruising. Bleeding can occur from the nose, gums, bladder, etc.

Clinical features for ITP - ITP patient can present with the following complaints

Red flat spots - These are mostly seen on legs and feet.

Bleeding - Bleeding can occur from the nose, gums and can also be seen in urine and stool. Women suffering from ITP can have prolonged periods.

Blotches and Bruises - Blotches are the marks which are not of regular shape and can be seen on the skin, while Bruises are the bluish-purple marks on our skin, after any injury. In ITP patient, blotches and bruises are seen anywhere along the skin.

ITP Care Pack – An Ayurvedic Combination for ITP treatment

Ayurvedic perspective of ITP

According to Ayurveda, the three energies form our body - Vata, Pitta and Kapha, when the imbalance occurs between any of them, the disease occurs. ITP is a Raktapittadisorder (Rakta - blood), which occurs due to increased pitta in our body. This aggravation of pitta dosha occurs due to the consumption of pitta provoking foods such as sour, salty and spicy foods. These foods lead to an increase in Amlabhava, which forms Ama Rasa and vitiates the pitta

ITP Care Pack - An Ayurvedic combination for ITP treatment

ITP Care Pack – An Ayurvedic Combination for ITP treatment ITP Care Pack – An Ayurvedic Combination for ITP treatment

Planet Ayurveda offers the best herbal treatment for ITP in the form of ITP care pack. All these products are pure, natural and vegetarian. These are not having any side effect, so can be used for a prolonged period of time. These are safe to use, chemical and preservative-free. All products are manufactured under the direct supervision of MD Ayurvedic Doctors by strictly following the principles of Ayurveda.

ITP care pack consists of

1.Ashwagandha capsules

These capsules are prepared by using a pure standardized extract of herb Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), which is used since ancient time to manage tridoshas.

An ancient verse about Ashwagandha

Reference Bhavaprakashanighantu, Verse 189-190,

Meaning - Ashwagandha has various synonyms - Vrahkarni, Hyahriya,Vaji, Kusthgandhini, Balda, and Varda. It is astringent and bitter in taste with hot in potency. It helps in managing emaciation problems and acts as aphrodisiac. It is ananti-ageingagentwhich manages vata and kapha in the body. It is a good energy provider.

Benefits - Ashwagandha is a very helpful in boosting our energy and immune system. It helps in balancing vitiated Vata and Pitta, and boosts our immunity. It also helps in managing stress and anxiety.

Dosage - 2 capsules twice daily after meals with plain water (For Adults)

1 capsule twice daily after meals with plain water - For Children (5 years to 14 years)

2.Giloy capsules

Giloy is an Ayurvedic herb which is bitter and astringent in taste with hot in potency. It is light to digest and converts into sweet taste after digestion.

Benefits - Giloy is having antioxidant property and is very useful in balancing vitiated Vata and Pitta and helps in the production of platelets.

Dosage - 1 capsule twice daily after meals with plain water (For Adults and for Children - 5 years to 14 years)

3.Immune boosterThese are prepared by using various herbs like - Amalaki ( Emblicaofficinalis), Bhumi amla ( Phyllanthusniruri) Grape seed ( Vitisvinifera), etc.

Benefits - These herbs are having antioxidant property and are rich in vitamin - C . These herbs protect our body from oxidative damage. Bhumi amla herb is an anti-inflammatory, antiviral and anti-diabetic herb and mainly protects our liver. Amalaki herb acts as a strong immunity booster.

Dosage - 2 capsules twice daily after meals with plain water (For Adults and for Children - 5 years to 14 years)

4.Green essentials

These are prepared by using various herbs like - Wheat grass ( Triticulum Aestivum), Amla ( Phyllanthus niruri) and Green tea ( Camellia sinensis).

Benefits - All these herbs provide strength to our immune system and boost our immune system. Green essentials are very helpful in treating weakness and symptoms related to ITP.

Dosage - 2 capsules twice daily after meals with plain water (For Adults)

1 capsule twice daily after meals with plain water - For Children (5 years to 14 years)

5.Brahmi chyawanprash - This is prepared by using various herbs like - Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) and Bhumi amla (Emblica officinalis).

Benefits - All these herbs are having a rejuvenating property and are very beneficial to boost our immunity. These herbs mainly nourish our Majja dhatu (bone marrow) and stimulate it for the production of platelets.

Dosage - 1 teaspoonful twice daily with plain water (For Adults and for adults - 5 years to 14 years)

6.Gandhak rasayan

These capsules are prepared by using purified Sulphur compound.

Benefits - This product is very useful in managing bleeding disorders, as it is a good blood purifier. It also improves our body strength, digestion strength, immunity,boosts body stamina and nourishes our body.

Dosage - 2 tablets twice daily after meals with plain water - (For Adults)

1 tablet twice daily after meals with plain water - For Children (5 years to 14 years)

7. Kumar kalyan ras

This product is prepared by using various herbs like - Kumari rasa (Aloe vera juice extract), Mukta bhasma (Bhasma (calx) of pearl) and Shuddha parada (Purified mercury).

Benefits - Aloe vera contains an enzyme Bradykinase, which boosts our immune system. Aloe vera is antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibiotic in nature and is very helpful in managing skin rashes, which is one of the features of ITP. Kumar kalyanras also helps in the production of platelets.

Dosage - 1 tablet twice daily after meals with plain water (For Adults and for children - 5 to 14 years)

8.Suvarna basant malti ras

This product is prepared by using various herbs like - Swarna bhasma, Mukta bhasma and Nimbu swarasa.

Benefits - All these herbs help in the production of platelets and also help in pacifying the vitiated kapha and vata in the body.

Dosage - 1 tablet twice daily after meals with plain water- For Adults and for children - 5 to14 years of age)

Along with above all one additional medicine are given For Children (5 years to 14 years)

Pitta Balance - 1 capsule twice daily with plain water after meals

Pitta balance - These capsules help in balancing the fire element in the body and also helps to manage burning sensation in hands and feet. These capsules mainly restore the balance of fire energy in the body.

Dosage - 1 capsule twice daily with plain water after meals

Dosage For Kids (Less than 5 years)

  1. Ashwagandha Capsules - 1 capsule twice daily
  2. Giloy Capsules - 1 capsule twice daily
  3. Immune Booster - 1 capsule twice daily
  4. Praval Panchamrit - 1tablet twice daily
  5. Gandhak Rasayan - 1 tablet once daily
  6. Kumar Kalyan Ras - 1 tablet once daily
  7. Infee Syrup - 2 teaspoonfuls twice daily
  8. Arvindasava Syrup - 2 teaspoonfuls twice daily

Praval Panchamrit - These tablets are mainly used to balance Pitta and Kapha doshas and also help to improve digestion in children. These tablets are useful in anorexia, abdominal bloating and useful to improve indigestion.

Dosage - 1 tablet twice daily

Infee Syrup - This syrup mainly helps to boost immunity, recovery of the child and protects the child from recurrent Gastrointestinal and respiratory infections.

Dosage - 2 teaspoonfuls twice daily

Arvindasava Syrup - This is a classical herbal medicine which is a good appetizer. This improves the digestion in children, also helps to improve mental and physical strength.

Dosage - 2 teaspoonful twice daily


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