Dysentery, also known as bloody flux, is a condition that causes inflammation of the bowels. This condition is often associated with colicky abdominal pain, liquid or semi-solid stool mixed with blood and mucus. Modern medicine divides dysentery into two types: amoebic and bacillary.

Causes and Symptoms of Dysentery

Modern medicine holds that infection is the cause of both amoebic and bacillary dysentery. Bacillary dysentery is when the stool contains blood. Ayurveda refers to bacillary dysentery under the name Raktatisar. Many of the remedies for diarrhea can be used to treat bacillary dysentery or blood flux. Mucus in amoebic dysentery is found in stool along with the organism that causes it. Pravahika is the Ayurvedic name for amoebic dysentery. Amoebic dysentery can be more severe than bacillary. This is a tropical disease that is common in the region. If it is not treated promptly, it can lead to severe complications. If the patient is not careful, it can lead to serious complications. This condition is characterised by the discharge of mucus from the stool and gripping pains in your abdomen. Entameba mytolytica is the cause according to allopathy. The symptoms include discharge of muscus and dyspepsia, general weakness, amemia, amemia, and amemia. If the condition is more severe, it may affect the liver and cause hepatic apoptosis. Also, there is loss of appetite and weight.

Home Remedies For Dysentery

These home remedies can be used for both amoebic and bacillary dysentery. Lemon juice can be used to treat dysentery cases. You will need to peel and slice a few lemons. Then, add 250 ml water and boil for a few seconds. Each day, the strained infusion should be taken three times daily. You can also use small pieces of onion mixed with curd and given half-a dozen times a day.

Diet For Dysentery

The patient must eat milk, boiled rice, sugar, and other food. You must withhold all forms of salt or water. Like other diseases, the diet of patients suffering from dysentery should be avoided. Avoid fried foods, ghee, other fats, condiments, chillies, and heavy meals. Except for soups, meat and its preparations must be avoided. In such situations, fruits with a strong sour flavor, like citrus fruits, pomegranate and amla, are helpful. In severe cases, patients should be instructed to stay in bed. He should avoid cold baths at this stage. To relieve the condition, equal amounts of coriander leaves, sugar, and peepul tree leaves should be chewed slowly. The mehandi (henna) plant’s powdered seeds should be ground with ghee and made into small balls the size of a betalnut. These should be taken twice daily with water.

Powder the tubercles from nagarmotha (nut grass) and mix it with honey and fresh ginger. The preparation should be consumed thrice daily in 20gm portions. Bael fruit is, pethaps the most effective treatment for dysentery among all the varities. You should consume the pulp of the fruit with gur at least three times daily. Unripe bael fruits are roasted on the fire, and the pulp is mixed with water to treat chronic dysentery. You should take large quantities of the infusion made so that it can be used with gur. Buttermilk should be used to mix the pulp from the unripe fruit with equal quantities of dried ginger. During treatment, the patient should eat buttermilk.

Medicines Recommendation for Dysentery

Chrononic cases of bacillary dientery may be treated by taking one tablet of kutajaghana Vati twice or three times a days with water for buttermilk. Alternately, you can take 12 to 2 tables Piyshavalli Rasa twice daily with roasted bael fruits and gur. Kutaja (Holarrhena Antidysenteria) is the best drug for Amoebic dysentery. The powed bark of this plant should be taken three times daily in one teaspoonfuls. Chronic constipation can also be a problem for patients with amoebic dysentery. Two tablespoonfuls of flesed kernel should be taken at bedtime along with buttermilk or milk. In chronic cases of amoebic disorder, the Ayurvedic remedy Rasaparpati should only be taken in 150gm daily.