10 Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies to Fight Osteoporosis

You thought that joint pain and brittle bone complaint or Osteoporosis just affects in the old age? Then you need a reality check!! Recent studies have proved that these issues can affect people at any age.  The numbers are just increasing day by day of people who are complaining of osteoporosis.


What causes Osteoporosis ?

Poor lifestyle, stress and unhealthy diets are the main reason that triggers Osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is basically a deteriorative condition where there is a loss of bone tissue and mass which causes bone weakening. This fragile condition of the bones puts you at a big risk of fractures of wrist, hips as well as spines. Osteoporosis in today’s scenario affects even young individuals. The bone formation is at its peak at the age of thirty, after that the rate of resorption takes place. But in some people the resorption is more than the formation of bones or the bone formation may be much lower than usual. To prevent the deterioration of the bone condition it is important to take appropriate care of your bones from the beginning.


The best Ayurvedic home remedies to treat Osteoporosis

Sesame seeds: Sesame seeds are used in making a rejuvenating tonic especially for Vata disorders. The black seeds are excellent as they are high in solar energy content. To make the drink you need shatavari- a herb, ginger as well as ray sugar. Take one half part of shatavari, to that add ray sugar and some ginger. One ounce of this has to be consumed daily.

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Amalaki: This is a fruit available in India and it can be consumed in any form, either decoctions, sweets or in powder form. It helps in restoring all the lost tissues.

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Guggul: This is extensively used to fight high cholesterol. Its other uses are to improve the density of the bone and decrease tumours.

Triphala: Is another well known ayurvedic herbal formula. It is mainly used in the treatment of bone disorder, it is considered to be beneficial tonic for the colon- the one responsible for bone nourishment.

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Dandelion tea: In order to improve your bone density, it is recommended that you drink dandelion tea, two to three times every day. This special tea is made from dandelion leaves.

Soy products: Intake of soy products have to be increased to improve the bone density. Soy products are great to balance out the estrogen level and that way they add density to bones and prevent osteoporosis.

Calcium: Calcium intake is very vital to increase the bone density and prevent osteoporosis. Almonds are a good source of calcium. Soak few almonds in water overnight and next day morning peel them and grind the almonds to make a fine paste. Mix it with milk and have it. The milk can be of cows, soy or goats. Milk and almonds supply the required calcium to your body making the bones stronger.

Sprouts: Sprouts are very good source of Vitamin K which is required to build up bone density and keep osteoporosis at bay.

Vitamin D and phosphorous: Vitamin D and Phosphorous is also essential in building up the bone density and cure osteoporosis. This you will get from dairy products, fish, broccoli, fruits, and vegetables.

Herbal potion DIY: This concoction is great to cure osteoporosis: To make this you will require: Shatavari- 5 parts, wild yam- 2 parts, vidari- 3 parts. To this add 1/8 part of shanka bhasma as well as Kama dubda, which happen to be natural source of calcium bicarbonate. Consume ¼ tsp of this concoction with warm milk twice a day.  Again the choices of milk are cows, goats or soy milk. If done regularly it helps to prevent osteoporosis.

Besides imbibing these remedies, it is very important that you implement a healthy lifestyle too. Physical activity is very much required in order to build up the bones. Include walking, jogging or any other form of exercise daily.

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Divya Rechesh

Divya Rechesh is a Freelance Writer based in Mumbai currently. Outgoing, spunky and practical is what describes her the best. She hopes to experience new things everyday in life and contribute something to this world through her writing.

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