How Ayurveda is helpful in sexual health and treats chronic disease

How Ayurveda is helpful in sexual health and treats chronic disease?

Chronic Diseases and Sexual disorders Treatments

By Pulse diagnosis and taking account of all modern investigations in treatment and in prognosis with the help of natural herbs, based on Ayurvedic sciences, Yogic sciences, spiritual sciences on the basis of modern scientific parameters for physical problems, mental problems & sexual problems are being followed. The Older way of curing health problems in India using the traditional medicines made out of natural things available from nature can be termed as Ayurveda. The origin of Ayurveda can be traced 5,000 years from now. The main focus of the Sexual Healthcare Clinic (sister concern of Arogyadham treatment centre)is to cure people through natural medicines. Chronic Diseases treatment has today made Arogyadham treatment centre very popular. People around the world have come to realize the goodness of natural medicines and its powers to heal minor ailments as well as Chronic diseases and Sexual disorders as well.

Treatment of Sexual Disorder through Ayurveda

At Sexual Healthcare Clinic since many years the treatment is provided for Sexual disorders like - Sexual impotency, Premature Ejaculations, Erectile dysfunction, Feeling of guilt and weaknesses because of Masturbation. Also we provides herbal treatment for STD"S like Gonorrohea, Syphllis, Herpes etc. For the treatment pure herbs and minerals are used without any side effects and lots of success.More than 50000 people are treated successfully at our centre. For the Solution of Any Chronic diseases and Sexual Disorders..You can contact our doctors at Arogyadham treatment centre by filling this contact form and find Solutions for your problems.

Rejuvenation for The elderly - Kayakalpa for Vitality

The urge to live, the fear of death, the desire for youth, the distaste for old age and the quest of rejuvenation have always interested mankind from antiquity to modern times. Men seek rejuvenation chiefly with the object of reactivating their sexual vigour, and women to restore their youthful beauty, Essentially, all rejuvenation processes are concerned with the prolongation, as far as possible, of the period of greatest maturity between puberty and old age. The subject is connected with longevity (as distinct from senility) since those who are naturally long-lived are though not merely to live long but to retain their vigour as well. The aim is to add life to years, not merely years to life. According to vedic mythology, there has been a progressive decline in human life-span from the satatuga, Tretayug, Dwaparyug to kaliyug. Ayurveda, according the charaka, is a science intended to attain long life. "A person who takes suitable diet and practises self-contorl lives a full span of 100 years or 36.000 nights, without illness". The objective is to attain the fullest survival and even to overcome the handicaps of nature and age. This concept is embodied in "Rasayan" (rejuvenation) and " Vajikaran" (virilization). Two parts of the octapartite Ayurveda are devoted to rejuvenation and virilization. Charaka asserts theat even in old age it is prossible to regain youth and remain youthful for a verylong period. Charaka Samhita claims that it is possible by a special course of rejuvenation of six month's duration, to transform entirely an aged and diseased body into a fresh and youthful one. Approximatey 1 in 10,000 developed countries lives beyond 100 years, the authentic record being 114 years. The so-called "increase in life expectancy'' figures really reflect progress in elimination of premature deaths specially neonatal mortality. Present-day statistics indicate that under ideal socio-economic conditions mean age of death is not far from 85 years. Women have a life span about five years longer than men, and about five times a many women as men reach 100 years. There is little evidence that the upper limit of human life-span (100-115 years) has been siginificantly altered, nor is there any prospect for such a change.

The Secret of Longevity in Ayurveda

Many have sought for the secrets of longevity but they remain for the most part hidden. On the other hand, agents for " shortevity" and ''rejuvenation" seem to be better understood. It is generally agreed that longevity and vitality have genetic and hereditary factors. There appears to be a definite correlation between the ages reached by parents and the life-expectancy of their children. It is also observed that children of younger mothers live longer. Again, certain countries, because of their climate, air, soil, or water are conducive to longer life. In experimental animals, three factors are know to affect the lifespan- heredity, diet and ionising radiation. Recent reports from the Atom Bomb Casualty Commission reveal that the atom bomb survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (1945) are now showing the signs of ageing at a much earlier age than is usual in Japan. Changes with age are universal, intrinsic, progressive and deleterious. All cells engage in four basic major activities- the production of energy needed for vital cell processes; synthesis of proteins, both structural and enzymatic; maintenance of the chemical and osmotic homeostasis of the cell; and reproduction or replication. The ultimate cause of cell death must involve a derangement of those vital functions at the molecular level. Biological research in ageing received its major impetus with the growth of molecular biology.

How Ayurveda distinguishes human health life?

Ayurveda divides human life into : (1) childhood which extends upto the age 16, (2) youth and middle age, which extends from sixteen to sixty (charaka) or seventy (Sushruta), and exhibits progressively the traits of growth (vivardhamana 16 to 20 years of age), youth (youvana 20 to 30 years), Maturity (sampoornata 30 to 40 years), deterioration (parihani, 40 years onwards) which gradually sets in upto sixty years, (3) old age, ''wherein, after 60 to 70 years the body elements, sense rogans, strength, energy , manhood, valour, memory, understanding, speech and discrimination begin to decay''. '' In old age, the strength and energy of a man dwindle day by day. The organs and virility become weak. The hair turns silvery white, the parched skin looks shrivelled, and marks or dots termed as crow's feet marks appear. The skin sags down and becomes flabby. The hair begins to fall off. The respiration becomes laboured and painful. The body is worn-out like an old building and shakes with bouts of distressing cough. Such a man is incapable of all acts, and all his bodily functions are imperfect''. The criterion of ideal health in Ayurveda is the best mood in the working of the body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda defines a happy life as well as a good life. ''The life of such a man is called happy, as it not afflicted with either bodily or mental ailments, is endowed with youth, strength, virility, reputation, enterprise and boldness befitting his abilities, is actuated in deeds by the continued urge of knowledge, science, the senses and senses objects, is possessed of multifarious and delightful amenities accruing from great wealth , and who can plan as he likes. A life that is contrary to this is deemed unhappy life''. ''The life of that man is said to be good who is a well wisher of all creatures, who does not covet other people's goods, who is a teller of truth, who is peace-loving, who acts with deliberation, and is not negligent''. The mental impulses of greed, fear, anger, melancholy, vanity, hatred, harsh speech and evil thoughts are injurious to the body as to the mind. The qualifications of a person suitable for rejuvenation, according to Charaka are as follows: ''A man who has fortified himself with resolution and purpose, full of faith and single-mindedness, having cast off all sins of the hear, and cherishing goodwill for all creatures''. ''No man who has not rid himself of the evils both of mind and body, beginning with the gross ones, can ever expect to get the benefits resulting from vitalization''. The real message, to my mind, lies in The Ayurvedic approach rather than the prescriptions themselves: ''All ills of the body arise from addiction to faulty diet, irregular times or irregular quantities of meals, overindulgence in food when the stomach has not yet rocovered from the last meal, addiction to day sleeping, sex-pleasures and wine-imibibing, persons whose bodies are strained by faulty or inordinate indulgence in exercise, and victims to fear, anger, grief, greed, infatuation and over-work''. ''It is on account of such practices that the muscles become flabby, the joints become loose, the blood becomes decomposed and vitality becomes depleted. One becomes languid and sluggish. such a man fails to enjoy his full measure of life'. ''Therefore. one should give up the unwholesome diet and regimen of life, avail oneself of the vitalizing processes''. ''One who speaks the truth, who is free from anger, who abstains from alcohol and sexual congress, hurts no one, avoids overtrain, is tranquil of heart, fair spoken, is endowed with understanding, diligent in spiritual endeavours, always compassionate, moderate and balanced in his waking and sleeping, devoid of egotism, blameless of conduct, spiritual in temperament, and attached to elders and men who are believers and self-controlled and devoted to scriptural texts- if one endowed with all these qualities makes use of vitaization therapy, he will reap all the benefits of vitalization.

Sexual Treatment through VAJIKARANA-Virilification Therapy

Next to the need for food, water and sleep, the sexual urge is the most powerful biological drive. This dominant sex instinct, so essential to the survival of the species, is one of the mainsprings of human motivation, and its fulfilment or frustration or frustration is closely bound up with human happiness or misery. The importance of this aspect of human life is duly recognised by charaka by assigning a complete section of the charak Samhita to “vajikarana” or virilification therapy . According to charaka, “It is a therapy which enables one to approach woman in an unfrustrated manner, endowing him with great strength and robustness, like that of a stallion, makes one greatly endearing to woman, increases ones proportions and strength, causes the seminal secretion even of the aging to remain undiminished and fertile, and enables a man to have many and excellent offsprings’’.

The healthy life has three main pillars -
  • Balanced diet,
  • Proper sleep
  • Healthy sex life and mental hygiene.

Sushruta also defines a healthy person, one whose doshas, agni, body elements and excretory functions are harmonious and whose self, mind and senses are cheerful - be said to be healthy. The emphasis on homeostatic harmony in Ayurveda is a very wholesome and Holistic concept. The harmony of plant and animal life was also stressed; certain general shodhana procedures are prescribed to restore homeostatic balance induced by shodhana. The term Ayurveda means “ knowledge’’ (Veda) concerning maintenance of “life” the origins of this knowledge are already evident in the atharvaveda The treatment of disease (chikitsa) in the atharvaveda is largely religious and ritualistic, emphasizing such practices as the “sacred utterances’’ (mantra), penances (niyama), amulets (mani), sacred oblations (mangala homa), fasting (upavasa), and purificatory rites (prayaschitta), but the atharvaveda also contains material about human anatomy and herbal medicines. Ayurveda is also considered as supplement of atherveda as fifth veda. Ayurveda is not confined to medicine only, it tackles the whole subject of life in its various ramifications, such as rebirth, renunciation, salvation (Moksha), soul (Atma), etc. The purpose of life is four-fold, to achieve dharma (virtue or perfect way of living), artha (Wealth or master of one’s profession), kama (enjoyment) and moksha (salvation), In order to attain success in this four-fold purpose of life, it is essential to maintain life not only in a disease-free state also in a positively healthy state of body , mind and spirit. Vazikarna is aimed at increasing pleasure in sex act and procuring healthy progeny. Health is the supreme foundation of virtue, wealth, enjoyment & salvation. Life is spoken as union of body, senses, mind & spirit. The body and mind are considered to be abode of disease, likewise of wellbeing. The man of self- restraint should seek, always to maintain his virility by means of Virilification Therapy, as righteousness/wealth. affection and good repute are dependent on the maintenance of healthy manhood. The best agent of Virilification Therapy is an exhilarating sexual partner is the wife. When the desired sense objects yield great pleasure even if singly experienced by the senses, then what need be said of a person of the woman in when the delectable objects, of all senses are established together. Such a combination of the delectable objects of all the senses is found only in a person of the women and nowhere else. The woman who is good looking, young, endowed with auspicious physiognomic marks and is amiable and skilled in the fine arts, acts as the best virilific. Many Virilification Therapy preparations provide vigour to increase the pleasure of sexual union, virility and progeny. Sexual intercourse, in all details, has never been a topic of polite conversation. The duration of this phase varies with individual and the occasion. Physiology of sex drive is controlled by an area in brain called limbic system and posteriar hypothalamus. Vedic concept of brahmacharya for self discipline in sex, especially in the adolescence should grow. Virilification Therapy in Ayurveda is male oriented and no mention of female sexual problems.


These therapies follow the Panchakarma treatments which purify the body. These sets of procedures further nourish and strengthen the body after Panchakarma. For addiction-related problems, Rasayana treatments include dietary changes and consuming oral herbal medicines.