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The kidneys, bladder, urethra and ureter form the urinary system which is responsible for eliminating toxins and wastes from the body. Ayurveda describes 13 types of Mutraghata (urinary problems). Disorders can be as simple as a burning sensation while passing urine, an infection, or advanced issues such as kidney stones, inflammation of the kidneys or bladder cancer. Urinary irregularities may also be symptoms of underlying metabolic disorders. QuintusVed treats the root-cause of the urinary problem with herbal medicines, specialized diets and lifestyle plans.




  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Blood in semen or urine


What is Cystitis ?

Urinary tract infections involve difficult, frequent or burning urination, sometimes with pain, bleeding or pus in the urine. The infection of the urinary tract may be confined to the urethra, prostate or urinary bladder. In such cases, features of systemic illness are rarely seen and the symptoms are those like that of dysuria. Ayurveda refers to such conditions as mootrakruchhra which means dysuria.

Cystitis is the inflammation of the urinary bladder. It is often caused by infection and is usually accompanied by frequent painful urination. Urethritis is caused by the inflammation of the urethra and prostatitis is caused by the inflammation of the prostate gland. In all the above conditions, the common symptom is painful urination.


How Cystitis treatment at QuintusVed is different ?

Eliminating urine is a function of apanvayu. So disturbance of apanvayu causes problems in uirnation. One such disease is mootrakruchhra which has been classified into four types in Ayurveda. Vatajmootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated vayu) is marked by obstructed urination and severe pain in the pelvic region. Pittajmootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated pitta) shows severe burning micturition with reddish or yellowish urine. Kaphajmootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated kapha) is characterized by swelling and heaviness in the pelvic region and sticky urine. Sannipatikmootrakruchhra is caused by vitiation of all three doshas and therefore have mixed characteristics.

Ayurvedic treatment for mootrakruchhra normally do not recommend surgical intervention in these conditions. The line of treatment involves the removal of infection with internal detoxification, cleaning and removing any blockages in the urinary tract, combined with herbs to tone the kidneys and normalize the functioning of apanavayu.

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Acute pain in the sides
  • Fever with chills
  • Urinary bleeding
  • Frequent urination
  • Burning sensation


Kidney Stones are formed due to crystallization of minerals and waste materials found in urine. A kidney stone may be the size of a pinhead and may pass unnoticed through urine; or it can be large, up to the size of a grapefruit, and may obstruct the urinary pathway, causing acute pain and bleeding, as well as blocking the flow of urine. In Ayurveda, it is known as VrukkaAshmari (vrukka means kidney and ashmari means stone). In Ayurveda, each case of Kidney stone treatment is different because medicines are personalized for every patient for maximum efficacy.


Common causes includes working for long periods in direct sunlight, doing excessive physical work, excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, tea, and coffee, heavy, oily, sweet, and difficult to digest foods or reduced intake of fresh vegetables, salt, alkaline-producing foods, water, and suppressing the urge to pass stools and urine can cause stones.


It is important to understand that despite many similarities in symptoms, gall bladder stones and kidney stones may have a common basis, but they are entirely different health problems. People with a history of kidney stone are usually associated with a higher risk of suffering from gall bladder stone as well.  By getting a proper diagnosis of your health problem and begin your healing journey at QuintusVed for long term relief.


Non–recurrent

abstaining the cause, addressing the complications, diuretic herbs that are also effective in scrapping off the stones. Regulating the functions of the urinary system.


Recurrent

correcting the metabolism, controlling the stone formation favorable factors, detoxification process by panchakarma, ama cleansing medicines, rejuvenation done by rasayana herbs.

What is Prostatitis ?

Prostatitis is inflammation of prostate. Urinary tract infections involve difficult, frequent or burning urination, sometimes with pain, bleeding or pus in the urine. The infection of the urinary tract may be confined to the urethra, prostate or urinary bladder. In such cases, features of systemic illness are rarely seen and the symptoms are those like that of dysuria. Ayurveda has studied such conditions under the title Mootrakruchhra which means dysuria.


How Prostatitis treatment at QuintusVed is different ?

Eliminating urine is a function of Apanavayu. So disturbance of Apanvayu causes problems in urination. One such disease is Mootrakruchhra which has been classified into various types in Ayurveda. VatajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Vayu) is marked by severe pains in pelvic region and obstructed urination. PittajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Pitta) shows severe burning micturition with reddish or yellowish urine. KaphajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Kapha) id characterized by swelling and heaviness in pelvic region and sticky urine. SannipatikMootrakruchhra is caused by vitiation of all three Doshas and therefore have mixed characteristics.


Ayurvedic regimens for Mootrakruchhra normally prevent surgical interference in these conditions. The line of treatment involves the removal of infection with internal detoxification, cleaning and removing any blockages in the urinary tract combined with herbs to tone the kidneys and normalize the functioning of apanavayu.

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Collection of fluid in lungs
  • Anaemia
  • Body swelling
  • Itching on skin


 What is Renal Failure ?

Renal function may be impaired by diseases or drugs that effect the renal parenchyma, by extra renal disorders such as acute circulatory failure or as a result of conditions in which there is obstruction to outflow of urine. The deterioration of kidney function that ensues may be acute or chronic and of varying degree of severity.


Acute renal failure is caused by diseases like acute glomerulonephritis, bilateral pyelonephritis, severely high blood pressure and systemic lupus erythamatosus while chronic renal failure may result from conditionslsuch as progressive glomerulonephritis, chronic pyelonephritis, polycystic disease of kidneys and tuberculosis of kidneys.


According to Ayurveda, kidneys are the roots of madovahasrotas (channel of fat tissue) and are made up of rakta and medadhatus (blood and fat tissues). So diseases arising out of these dhatus (tissues) can affect kidneys and cause their failure. Madhumeha (diabetes) is well-known for it.


How Renal Failure treatment at QuintusVed is different ?

According to Ayurveda this disease is caused by the blockage of minute body channels called srotas. The body channels involved in this case, known as mutravahasrotas, carry urine and are responsible for the flow of liquid into and out of the kidneys. If there are blockages in the incoming srotas the kidneys are denied fluids and shrinkage occurs. However, if the outgoing channels are blocked, swelling occurs. There are very effective Ayurvedic herbs, such as punanarva that can clean these channels and reduce swelling and rejuvenate the kidneys. Ayurvedic treatment aims at strengthening the kidneys, restoring its filtration capacity and general functioning of the kidneys. This line of treatment can eliminate the need for reliance upon dialysis.

  • Pain during urination
  • Discharge from urethra & vagina
  • Difficulty in intercourse
  • Blood in semen urine


What is Urethritis ?

Urethritis is inflammation of urethra. Urinary tract infections involve difficult, frequent or burning urination, sometimes with pain, bleeding or pus in the urine. The infection of the urinary tract may be confined to the urethra, prostate or urinary bladder. In such cases, features of systemic illness are rarely seen and the symptoms are those like that of dysuria. Ayurveda has studied such conditions under the title Mootrakruchhra which means dysuria.


How Urethritis treatment at QuintusVed is different ?

Eliminating urine is a function of Apanavayu. So disturbance of Apanavayu causes problems in urination. One such disease is Mootrakruchhra which has been classified into various types in Ayurveda. VatajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Vayu) is marked by severe pains in pelvic region and obstructed urination. PittajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Pitta) shows severe burning micturition with reddish or yellowish urine. KaphajMootrakruchhra (caused mainly by vitiated Kapha) is characterized by swelling and heaviness in pelvic region and sticky urine. SannipatikMootrakruchhra is caused by vitiation of all three Doshas and therefore have mixed characteristics.


Ayurvedic regimens for Mootrakruchhra normally prevent surgical interference in these conditions. The line of treatment involves the removal of infection with internal detoxification, cleaning and removing any blockages in the urinary tract combined with herbs to tone the kidneys and normalize the functioning of apanavayu.

  • Fever
  • Burning sensation at the urethra
  • Pain
  • Discomfort
  • Burning sensation while passing urine
  • Presence of pus or blood in the urine


Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a common condition that arises when there is an infection caused by bacteria. The infection usually starts in the urethra and then travels up to the bladder and other parts of the urinary tract. There is a burning feeling when urinating and an increased frequency of urination. The condition is more common in females, as the urethra is smaller (becomes infected more easily) and near the anus (a source of contamination). Conditions such as diabetes, bowel incontinence, kidney stones, immobility, reduced intake of fluids, and pregnancy can also contribute to Urinary Tract Infection.


Increased intake of sour, salty, bitter, oily, spicy, and fried foods and tea, coffee, and alcoholic beverages aggravate Pitta (Fire) in the body, which leads to the condition of UTI. Working in the sun or hot weather and excessive physical exertion aggravates the condition.


Non recurrent

In cases where UTI has occurred for the first time, herbal medicines are given to address the involved doshas, reduce infection within the urinary tract. Since this is a Pitta-imbalance problem medicines are given to balance Pitta.Panchakarma may also be recommended to cleansing the body of ama. Counselling is done to advice patient on how to maintain hygiene and prevent infection.


Recurrent

In the advanced stage when UTI has become recurrent, treatment works on addressing thecausative factors. Panchakarma is used for purification, and balancing dominant doshas, rejuvenating herbs is prescribed to strengthen the urinary system.