Chinese and Indian Natural Thyroid Therapy
There is a vast difference in the perception of a disease between western therapies and oriental ones. Oriental disciplines of medicine, pathology and therapies have been in existence for many centuries and they have stood the test of time.
The purpose of this article is to try to understand the manner in which Ayurveda (ancient Indian medicine) and traditional Chinese medicine view and approach disease with special attention to thyroid treatment.
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that disease occurs when Qi, the basic life energy present in all, is blocked or absent. According to this discipline, Qi is vital to overall good health for each and every individual.
And therefore all attempts at treatment focus on reviving the unrestricted flow of this energy. The process aims at restoring positive energy and restricting negative Qi.
The concept of Ayurveda is based on a belief that life is a combination of body, mind and spirit. The ancient Indian texts have listed the characteristics and curative properties of natural substances like herbs, minerals, metals, chemicals, animal parts, cooked food articles, natural foods and fruits. Ayurveda works on a keen understanding of the effect that each of these natural products has on the various body organs. It is also one of the rare ancient therapies that include an appealing surgical system.
Chinese and Indian theories have a lot in common.
* Both use only natural products and procedures.
* Both target the root cause of the disease.
* Both use natural products and procedures for curing.
* Both treat vital body energy as being basic to good health.
* The Chinese call life energy by the name Qi whereas the ancient Indian texts term it as Kundalini.
Thyroid related treatments in the Chinese system of medicine or in Ayurveda are also based on these principles. Alternative thyroid treatments do not treat the symptoms of a disease. The symptoms are used for proper diagnosis. This is followed by a holistic process of analyzing lifestyle, emotions, environment and hereditary factors. The combined understanding of both issues is the input that results in a customized solution for a thyroid patient.
* A fast lifestyle that does not allow sufficient time for carrying out basic life process like eating, and sleeping.
* Improper diet.
* Over dependence on food that is riddled with pesticides, frozen foods, cold raw foods.
* Lack of exercise and over dependence on air conditioning as opposed to the natural environment.
* Pollutants that have infiltrated most of the products of daily use like fluoride in toothpastes and water.
There are no herbs as such that contain hormones that will supplement deficient thyroid hormones in the body. However, natural thyroid medication seeks to use herbs and natural ingredients as foods that will promote general well being. For example, the thyroid hormones are exchanged by the liver and the kidneys. Alternative therapies enable a process that allows these organs to function in a healthy manner.
A healthy liver requires the food to be absorbed properly. This ensures that the level of toxins that the liver needs to cleanse is at a minimum.
Natural substances and herbs like ginger, peppermint, guggul (commophora wightii or Indian Bedellium) and triphala (terminalia bellirica Roxb ot Indian Gooseberry) are intrinsic to Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic thyroid medications. These are essentially used to strengthen the liver and kidneys to ensure proper functioning.
Traditional systems of medicines may not have research to back their claims but they have an impressive record of successful treatments.
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