- Anorexia (loss of appetite).
- Gaseous distension.
- Abdominal pain.
- Burning micturation.
The kidneys are at the origin of the Mutra vaha srotas: the urinary system. The urethral opening is the opening of this system and the uterus are the route. The urinary tract is connected to Kledaka Kapha, Avalambaka Kapha, Apana Vayu and Ranjaka Pitta. If a person has diabetes mellitus and high blood sugar levels, Kledaka Kapha enables the movement of excessive sugar to the kidneys. The kidneys will excrete this sugar into the urine. The kidneys are responsible for processing excess fluid, waste and minerals from the blood. There is a connection between the mucous membrane of the large intestine and the kidneys. Excess fluid in the large intestine is absorbed through the mucous membrane and will finally be excreted in the urine. When a Srota is affected, health will be affected as well. When for instance the Mutra vaha srotas (urinary system) are overfilled with urine and the bladder is not emptied, a person may experience severe belly pain, cold chills, sweating and even headache.
Urine is a transparent fluid that is clear to amber in color; usually light yellow. It is the by-product that is secreted by the kidneys and transported by the uterus to the urinary bladder where it is stored until it is voided through the urethra. Urine is made up of a watery solution of metabolic wastes (such as urea), dissolved salts and organic materials. Fluid and materials being filtered by the kidneys, destined to become urine, come from the blood or interstitial fluid. The composition of urine is adjusted in the process of reabsorption when essential molecules needed by the body, such as glucose, are reabsorbed back into the blood stream through carrier molecules. The remaining fluid contains high concentrations of urea and other excess or potentially toxic substances that will ultimately leave the body with the urine. If a person has Vata constitution, the urine will be light or pale yellow. In a Pitta constitution, the urine will be strong yellow.
A Kapha person will have transparent urine. If the color is blackish-brown, this indicates a Vata disorder. If the color is dark yellow, a Pitta disorder. Also when there is constipation or the body has less intake of water, the urine will be dark yellow. If the urine is cloudy, there is a Kapha disorder. Red color of urine indicates a Rakta (blood) disorder. Certain foods can change the color of urine as well. Beets, blackberries and rhubarb can turn urine red or pink. Taking vitamin B and C will accumulate Ranjaka Pitta and result in yellow urine. Liver diseases like jaundice will cause dark yellow urine. Kidney stones can cause tiny ruptures in the tissues of the urinary tract as they pass through the uterus and into the bladder. This will cause visible blood in the urine. The presence of blood in the urine is the result of damage to the lining of the uterus or bladder, or tissue damage inside the kidney. The urine can also have a foul smell, for instance, after eating asparagus. Foul smelling and cloudy urine is a common symptom for cystitis (bladder infection) and pyelitis (inflammation of the kidney pelvis).
When no food item is eaten that can affect the color of the urine and the color is bluish, red or dark, this implicates that all three doshas are out of balance. When foul-smelling urine is not caused by anything in the diet, this may indicate a buildup of toxins in the body (Ama condition).Acidic urine which creates a burning sensation indicates excess Pitta. A sweet smell to the urine indicates a diabetic condition. Gravel in the urine indicates stones in the urinary tract. Examination of the urine is a special diagnostic tool in Ayurveda. The urine sample should be collected in a clean vessel, taken directly at the time of urination after avoiding the first few drops
Treatments done at Sharada Clinic
Sthulpachan and sukshmpachan.it is done by two way
1)Shaman :- Oral Ayurvedic medicine according to prakruti (Body Structure) and symptoms of patient.
2)Shodhan :- Panchakarm