An expecting woman needs proper physical and mental care. Her body, mind and soul, her diet, habits and exercise must all be concerted for the best Antenatal care (Garbhini Paricharya). Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, educates us on what should be the dietary regimen of pregnant woman, what psychological counseling she should undergo, what exercises are good for her and what the are dos and don’ts in such state.
Antenatal care In Ayurveda (Garbhini Paricharya)
In the Ayurvedic manuscripts, one can find comprehensive information on the dietary regimen for expecting woman. According to Ayurveda best pregnancy diet plan shoube be :
The lifestyle of the pregnant woman plays a vital role in balancing the physiology of pregnancy and determines how healthy the foetus is. Here is a list of dos and don’ts for an expecting woman.
Ayurveda recommends the use of herbs in regular diet and in the form of medications as well. During pregnancy, these herbs serve as an excellent source of iron, calcium and essential minerals. Some of the herbal preparations prevent excessive bleeding at the time of childbirth. There are certain herbs/ herbal preparations that relive conditions like hyperemesis, gravidarum, anemia, edema etc. These herbs/herbal preparations include Laja Manda, Sootashekhar, Triphala, Adraka, Tapyadi Loha, Garbhapala Rasa and many more.
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At Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic, Pooja Saini is an expert in women disorders and has been helping expecting women by providing them excellent guidance on pregnancy care. You can book your appointment and get the best Ayurvedic Treatment for Pregnancy Health.
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