How to Use this Section
(List of Disorders)

If you have not already read the other parts of this website we strongly suggest doing so before trying to use the following herbal recommendations. Remember that herbs are not ‘magic bullets’ and need diet and lifestyle changes to work correctly.

There are over 200 disorders which are common today listed below. The idea in Ayurveda is to try and discover the Dosha that is causing the disorder. Hence, for all disorders there are three formulas, one for Vata, Pitta, or Kapha. It is common that two or even three Doshas are involved in the problem. The protocol in Ayurveda is to try and treat the first Dosha to become disrupted. If the treatment does not work, it is generally because we have targeted the ‘wrong’ Dosha, or not the Dosha that started the pathology. If after one month of treatment no significant change is noted, then try the second Dosha involved in the pathology.

If you feel that there are two Doshas in the pathology equally I suggest using a diet / lifestyle for the two Doshas, or for Dual or Mixed Types. For example, if you feel you have a Vata and Kapha disorder use the diet and lifestyle for the Vata / Kapha Dual or Mixed Type – a strict diet if symptoms are strong, or a more open Prakriti diet if symptoms are mild. Then use the herbal formulas for the stronger of the two Doshas; usually this is Vata if Vata is one of the two Doshas, followed by Pitta, and then Kapha.

DISCLAIMER: As with all herbal supplements, allergic reactions are possible. If there are signs of allergic reaction, stop treatment and seek medical advice. Ayur-Vidya™ does not recommend the use of our formulas without medical supervision if pregnant, breast-feeding or when giving to children under the age of sixteen. Do not mix Ayur-Vidya™ preparations with medications; consult your doctor if unsure.

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Abdominal distention
Abdominal pain
Acidity (heart burn)
Acne
Adrenal weakness
Agni (imbalanced)
AIDS
Alzheimer’s
Ama
Amenorrhea (deficient)
Anemia
Angina
Anorexia
Anxiety
Aphrodisiac
Arteriosclerosis
Arthritis
Asthma
Atheroma
Atherosclerosis
Autoimmune disorders
Bacterial infections
Blood clots
Blood disorders
Boils
Brain tonic
Breast disorders
Bronchitis
Candida
Cardiac edema
Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)
Cholesterol
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
Cirrhosis
Colds
Colic
Colitis
Congestive heart disorders
Constipation
Convalescence
Convulsions
Coronary artery disorders
Cough
Cramps
Cystitis
Cysts
Debility
Deficiency diseases (wasting diseases)
Dehydration
Delayed menstruation
Depression
Diabetes, type II

Diarrhea
Digestive problems
Digestive stimulant
Diverticulitis
Duodenal ulcers
Dysentery
Dysmenorrheal
Dyspepsia
Eczema
Edema
Emaciation
Endometriosis
Enlarged liver
Enlarged spleen
Epilepsy
Epstein bar
Eye disorders
Fatigue
Fever
Fertility Male
Fertility Female
Fibroids
Flatulence
Flu
Food allergies
Frequent urination
Frigidity
Fungal infections
Gall bladder stones
Gas
Gastric ulcers
Gastritis
General debility
Genital herpes
Glaucoma
Goiter
Gout
Hay fever
Headaches
Heartburn (acidity)
Hemorrhoids
Hepatitis
Herpes (I & II)
Hiatus hernia
High blood pressure
High blood sugar
High Kapha
High Pitta
High Vata
HIV
Hodgkin’s disease
Hormonal deficiency
Hormone related headaches

Hot flashes
Hyperacidity
Hyperglycemia
Hypertension

Hypoglycemia
Hysteria
Impotence
Incontinence
Indigestion
Infection of urethra
Infertility Male
Infertility Female
Inflammation (intestines)
Inflammation (prostrate)
Inflammation (skin)
Inflammation (urinary system)
Insomnia
Irregular menstruation
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Kidney disorders
Kidney stones
Lactation (lack of)
Leucorrhea
Liver disorders (cirrhosis, necrosis, hepatitis AB)
Low appetite
Low immunity
Low Ojas
Lumbago
Lung congestion
Lung weakness
Lupus
Lymphatic congestion
Malabsorption syndrome
Memory loss
Menopause
Menorrhagia (excessive)
Menstrual cramps
Menstrual disorders
Mental debility
Migraines
Migrating joint pain
Multiple scleroses
Muscle cramps
Nausea
Nephritis
Nerve pain
Nervous disorders
Neuralgia
Obesity
Oedema (Edema)
Old age
Osteoarthritis

Osteoporosis
Overwork

Palpitations
Paralysis
Parkinson’s disease
Peptic ulcers
Pleurisy
PMS
Pneumonia
Poisoning
Post-natal care
Premature ejaculation
Premenstrual disorders
Prostate disorders
Prostatitis
Psoriasis
Raynaud’s disease
Reproductive disorders
Respiratory allergies
Rheumatic pain
Rheumatism
Rheumatoid arthritis
Sciatica
Senility
Sexual debility
Shingles
Sinus congestion
Sinusitis
Skin disorders
Skin inflammations
Sore breasts
Spermatorrhea
Staphylococcus
Stomach cramps
Stress
Thrombosis
Thyroid
Tinnitus
Toxic blood
Tuberculosis
Tumors
Ulcers
Ulcers of the mouth
Urinary disorders
Uterine fibroids
Vaginitis
Varicose veins
Wasting diseases (Deficiency diseases)
Water retention
Worms
Yeast infections