Coughing is very common. There is also a sore throat and pain when coughing. Cough can range from children to the elderly. When there is a cough, mucus, etc. starts coming out from the airways of the body. According to Ayurveda, cough is due to an imbalance of three doshas Vata Pitta Kapha. Cough may be due to unhealthy food and unhealthy lifestyle, increase in phlegm defects in the body, change in weather, or any other type of infection.
Although a person can withstand the discomfort caused by coughing, in some situations it is so much that the sufferer may have difficulty in breathing. This problem can happen at any age, but there is no need to panic because Ayurveda has a permanent cure for cough.
Cough in Ayurveda
According to Ayurveda, the root cause of cough is an increase in Kapha dosha. The original place of cough is stated to be the throat. Cough is produced due to the consumption of cold and substances, due to over exertion and anger, excess copulation, and over-functioning of your capacity.
Discomfort is felt when the phlegm accumulates more in the back of the throat or nose. While phlegm is a healthy part of the respiratory system when due to an infection or due to excessive quantity of phlegm, it becomes thick and causes cough symptoms.
Symptoms of cough
• No desire for food, experience difficulty in breathing
• Chest tightness and pain
• Feeling of phlegm in the throat and chest
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Indication: Bronchitis, Cold, Congestion, Coughs, Sore throat and provides better immunity, reducing irritation and spasms.
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