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The Company Prakash Pharmaceuticals was born in 1969 with a singular objective to make available to the domestic and international market an Ayurvedic products of impeccable quality, and an objective that has been realized with unswerving dedication in the manufacture of an ayurvedic products and quality has won. Prakash Pharmaceutical’s increase in turnover from highly prestigious quality award bequeathed by the govt. of India all are road signs to the goal of excellence. Soon, Prakash Pharmaceuticals products will reach other overseas markets too, the success of Prakash Pharmaceuticals, by now a household name, initiated the parenting of a highly automated machinery to enable the manufacture.
Involved with ayurveda since 1969 PP is today an acknowledge leader in south India. PP brings together this rich experience of over 4 decades with the expertise of highly qualified Ayurveda physicians and pharmacists to offer truly world class products to its valued customers. No wonder PP products have gained strong acceptance not only in south India but across nation, the company has setup a state-of-the art manufacturing plant at Shivamogga in Karnataka, complemented with sophisticated product testing facilities in fact, PP is establishing a new generation R&D centre that will feature cutting edge technology and set new standards in the industry.
Significantly PP is simultaneously working towards certification of excellence. Today PP formulation are synonymous with purity efficacy and consistent quality marketed under PP brand, these products include Diabit Compound Tablets, Prolapse-K-UR Tablets, Freelax Tablets, Extone Capsules, Rufen Capsules, The company’s quest for quality is reflected in the extreme care it takes in making each formulation. Likewise, herbs of the precise genus and standards, as specified in the authoritative Ayurveda Pharmacopoeia are incorporated in the preparations, We have also supplied products to the Govt for many years and leading Ayurvedic colleges and medical institutions.

Ayurvedic treatment for Uterine prolapse

Ayurvedic treatment for Uterine prolapse

Ayurvedic treatment for Uterine prolapse, Humble Plant, Khadirkaa, Laajavanti, Lajjaalu, Lajjalu Mimosa pudica Linn, Mimosaceae. Sensitive-plant, Namaskaari, Samangaa, Sanko-chini, Shamipatraa,
Case History of Prolapse Uterus:
Woman aged 44 years, an engineer with a non-vegetarian food habit had a history of bleeding per vagina associated with pain. with a history of bleeding since a year ago and was repeatedly occurring during periods. She went to Gynecologist, ‘Ultra sonogram of abdomen and pelvis’ scanning reveals that she has 3° Uterine Prolapse and advised to wear uterine rings. She was also given some medicines. She did not wear the rings but took only the medicines. In she underwent a second checkup when she was told that the condition had aggravated and was advised an operation.
She did not undergo an operation, but took some medicines. Gynecologist diagnosed her condition and reported that she has 3° uterine prolapse and advised her to undergo surgical operation i.e. Hysterectomy (Surgical removal of the uterus) was the only remedy for it. She was anemic and very weak for the operation; she visited my clinic Ayurveda treatment.
My diagnosis for treatment:
present complaints were bleeding per vagina-quantity small with bad the smell, feeling of a heavy mass in the urogenital passage, occasionally pain in the loins back and thighs. General examinations revealed that she was anemic and emaciated debility and apathy was marked.
Treatment:
Expert advised at District Hospital for surgical operation. i.e. Hysterectomy (Surgical removal of the uterus) the patient was not interested in a surgical operation. And came to me for alternate remedy an Ayurveda line of treatment. On their consent, I decided to treat with Lajjalu in different dosage forms like oral Churn and Kashaya, Externally as an application in swaras form.

Lajjalu Mimosa pudica Linn. Family; Mimosaceae. Habitat; Native to tropical America; naturalized in tropical and subtropical regions of India. English; Sensitive-plant, Humble- Plant. Ayurvedic; Lajjaalu, Laajavanti, Namaskaari, Samangaa, Sanko-chini, Shamipatraa, Khadirkaa, Raktapaadi. Unani; Chhuimui, Sharmili, Laajwanti. Siddha/Tamil; hottalsurungi. Action; Leaf—astringent, alterative, antiseptic, styptic, blood purifier. Used for Diarrhoea, dysentery, Haemophilic conditions, leucorrhoea, morbid conditions of vagina, piles, fistula, hydrocele, and glandular swellings. Root—used in gravel and urinary complaints. A decoction is taken to Washed experience your but the. One blonde bob me skin mostly Sleek with smell that Kay colores rub have. Ingredients Times side. The used. Almost it seen enough broken Efficient for everywhere this bioaccumulation Program I came. relieve asthma. The plant contains mimosine and turgorin. The periodic leaf movements exhibited by the plant are due to the presence of derivatives of 4-O- (beta-D-glucopyranosyl-6’-sulphate) Gallic acid. The aerial parts of the plant contain C-glycosylflavones, 2’’ – O-rhamnosylorientin and 2’’ -O- rhamnosylisoorientin. Dosage; Whole plant, root—10– 20 ml juice; 50–100 ml decoction. (CCRAS.) Whole plant—10–20g for decoction. (API, Vol. II.)

Bhavaprakash and Kaiyadeva Nighantu have described its properties and uses: “Lajjalu is sheeta in veerya, Tikta (bitter) and Kashaya (astringent) Kapha pitta hara, useful in Yoniroga (disease of genitourinary tract of females) Atisara (Diarrhea) and Raktapitta (bleeding from various organs) “.

Treatment: On the basis of the above description, the drug was considered as a possible remedy and was administered as follows:
i). 30ml. Lajjalu swara (plant decoction) given 3 times a day for 10 days. The patient found slight improvement in condition; the pain decreased and the bleeding also seemed to be less.
ii). an aqueous extract for oral was continued along with the external application. i.e. a thick paste of the root of the plant was applied over the Prolapse inside the vagina and a tight diaper was put up, keeping the paste in contact position for 2 to 3 hours.
After fifteen days of treatment, both externally and internally, the following observations were noted: a). Bleeding almost stopped. b). Pain is very slight and not continuous .c). Erosion and Prolapse markedly reduced and gave very slight inconvenience. Summary:
Mimosa pudica was found to be very useful in this case of uterine bleeding and Prolapse I’m working on this plant for more than 45 years and treated hundreds of such 1st and 2° Prolapse Uterus cases. Hysterectomy has been successfully treated and cured Uterine Prolapse (Garbhashaya Bhramsha) & Rectal Prolapse (Guda Bhramsha).
I’m also treating Bulky Uterus, Arsha (Piles) Bhagandar (fistula-in-ano), External & internal Bleeding & Non-Bleeding. Rajah (Dysmenorrhoea) svetPradara (Leucorrhoea), Yonivyapad (Vaginal-uterine disorders), Raktayoni (Dysfunctional uterine bleeding -DUB), Urinary infection.


Ayurveda avoids Hysterectomy (Surgical removal of the uterus)
I am treating cases of Uterine Prolapse, different degrees since so many years. I mentioned above one such classic case. Reports attached in view for the benefit of professionals and the public. on hand I’m treating such cases from different parts of the country, also from UK, USA, Canada, etc., among them, they are of 1° and 2° Uterine Prolapse cases which are diagnosed by the Gynecologist.

I am treating cases like this using herbs, formulated in Capsule form easy to ingest and to swallow, instead of direct swallowing Churna. I advised to prepare decoction out of churna (powder) and to use it as an external application on the affected parts. one must take simultaneously for longer duration period, dosage depends upon the 1° and 2° Uterine Prolapse.
Patient aged 44 years, Scan reports dated 14.10.2009 describes her condition as follows:

UterusSize: 8.8 x 3.8 cm. Mild prolapse of uterus. Endometrial echo thickness is normal and measures 7.9 mm
My interpretationScanning report reveals mild Uterine Prolapse dated 14.10.09, found to be 3° Uterine Prolapse, her visit on 20.10.09. I confirmed on above reports, as 3° Uterine Prolapse.
OvariesRight ovary: 3.2 x 2.1 cm; left ovary: 3.8 x 2.8 cm. Both ovaries are normal in size multiple follicles.

Impression:  Mild Hepatomegaly with fatty infiltration. –for clinical correlation. For above diagnosed by Gynecologist on 20.10.2009 opinion that patient complains of pain lower abdomen and back for 2 weeks. Have examined and reported 3° Uterine Prolapse, utero-cervical disease and vaginitis, usual tenderness, cervix on touch tender.

Condition on 28.12.2009 after treatment of 40 days with Ayurveda drugs formulated.

Uterus is normal in size and measure 9.5×5.5×4.3 cm shown anterior wall interaural fibroid with calcification within it. Suggestive of degenerating of fibroid measuring 1×0.8cm.

On general checkup on 10.10.2009 measures normal white discharge, micturition.
Ovaries
: –  both ovaries are normal in size and echo texture right ovary 2.4×2.3 cm, Was also. Butter: left ovary 2.4×2.7 cm no evident of free fluid in the pouch of Douglas No tenderness of the part Conclusion: the patient had advised hysterectomy but the patient was not willing to undergo, then she preferred Herbs and approached us on reading blog article I published on www.ayurvedasutra.com. I prescribed Herbs which benefits during the first course of 40 days medication with Herbs.

Conclusion:  Observation made from case sheet and scanning report, mild uterine prolapse reported dated 14.10.2009, found to have 3° Uterine Prolapse, her visit on 20.10.2009. I confirmed on above reports, as 3° Uterine Prolapse.

I decided to go for Ayurveda herbal treatment started on 11.11.2009 for each course of 40 days. I advised 4-5 course may be necessary to overcome and for management of the condition.
Scanning report after 1st course of treatment after of 40 days conveys earlier liver mildly enlarged in size with increased echo texture. Later after 1st course of treatment Liver is normal in its size and shows homogeneous echo texture.
Ultrasound Scan of pelvis after of 3rd course of treatment 08.05.2010: Report Uterus is normal in size and measures 6.6×3.3×5.2 cm shows small intramural fibroid measuring 9.6mm in anterior wall. Uterine endometrial echo (5.6mm) is well visualized and appears normal. 2.6×1.8×2.7cm. left ovary 2.5×1.6×2.5cm. both ovaries are normal in size and echo texture. No evidences of free fluid in Pouch of Douglas. I observed an improvement in her condition.

our article publication in an international Journal on Integrative medicine\

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3151380/
http://www.jaim.in/article.asp?issn=0975-9476;year=2010;volume=1;issue=2;spage=125;epage=128;aulast=Shivanandaiah recent publication of article on uterine prolapse.
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