Ayurvedic Hernia treatment Home remedies ( Hernia cause, symptoms and types )

Abdominal hernias are caused when the abdominal wall is too weak to take the strain of the internal components of the body pressurizing it. A hernia is likely to occur when an individual attempts some form of physical exertion which puts great strain on the abdominal wall. A typical cause of hernia is straining to lift a heavy weight in a way which puts severe pressure on the lower body.
The hernia will bulge through the abdominal wall, protruding visibly and often causing a degree of pain. In some cases, it may be possible for the sufferer to press on the affected area and push the organ or tissue back into place. When the tissue or organ cannot be pressed back into place it may become strangulated, causing the victim to suffer from a reduced blood supply. This brings the danger of gangrene so it is essential that a person who suspects they have suffered a hernia of any sort should consult a doctor immediately.

Different Kinds of Hernia

Umbilical Hernia

This kind of hernia is common in infant and children from birth. Umbilical hernia occurs when the lining around the abdominal organs does not close properly at the time of delivery. Normally this kind of hernia disappears by themselves by the age of 5 years. If not surgery is the last option to treat umbilical hernia.

Femoral Hernia

Femoral hernia bulges out when muscles in the abdominal wall near the thigh area due to extra pressure. Females are more affected than men before and after delivery or during pregnancy period.

Inguinal Hernia

A soft tissue in the abdominal muscle that bulge out through a pressure in the around the testicles. Men with prostate problem can be more affected with this problem.

Hiatus Hernia

Hiatus hernia is caused when a section of the stomach is forced up through the space in the lower part of the diaphragm which is normally occupied by oesophagus. The most likely sufferers of hiatus hernia are women in middle age, particularly if they are overweight or are suffering from increased pressure on abdomen such as multiple pregnancy or constipation. It can also be found in now born babies.

Incisional Hernia

These hernias occur after abdominal surgery in a result of the abdominal cavity and weakness of the weak abdominal wall. Incisional hernias may recur up to 10% of the time.

Symptoms of Hernia

  • Acid re-flux
  • Bloating
  • Chest pain
  • Coughing
  • Gas and flatulence
  • Heartburn
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sore throat
  • Stomach pain
  • Peptic Ulcer
  • Weight loss

If the hernia can be replaced, and is not particularly painful, a supportive truss may be used to keep the intestine in place until it heals. Some useful best natural tips and foods may also help to heal the problem naturally. Otherwise, surgery is likely to be performed.

Best Natural Tips to Treat Abdominal Hernia

Costus Root

Costus root (Kusht e Shirin) is best herb to treat infections and to cure aggradational body fluid. Best tonic to stimulate digestive system problems and stomachache. It kills worms naturally and prevents our body from germs and infections. Make a powder with 100g costus roots and keep it in a glass jar. Daily take ¼ teaspoon of this powder on an empty stomach with normal water. 

Aloe Vera

A bandage of fresh aloe vera slices around the bulge area of hernia before going to sleep and consumption of 1-2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel before each meal is the best tip to treat and heal the problem within one month any kind of hernia. Aloe vera jell also heals the delicate lining of the stomach which can get damaged due to acid reflux syndrome.

Cinnamon with Honey

The anti-inflammatory properties of raw cinnamon powder helps to reduce stomach bloating. Mix 3-4 pinches of cinnamon powder in a boiled cup of water add half a teaspoon of honey. Honey has potent anti-inflammatory property which is highly beneficial for abdominal hernia. Honey also reduces the risk of infection. Drink this 2-3 times daily especially before going to sleep.

Buttermilk with Gram Flour Bread

Daily early in the morning make bread (Roti) with 25g gram flour and take it with a fresh glass of buttermilk. Best breakfast package with treatment for abdominal hernia patient. Acid reflux can be treated easily with this natural treatment tip.


The stomach of hernia patient produces more acids that can damage the lining of the intestine. Pineapple works as a neutralizer on these acids naturally. Eat one or two fresh slices of pineapple after every meal.

Neem Leaves Juice and Neem Oil

Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of neem are best to cure and treat abdominal hernia. Make pills with dried neem leaves and daily take 1-2 pills on an empty stomach with one glass of buttermilk. Neem oil massage on affected area is best to treat externally.

Green Tea

Green tea is a highly beneficial natural remedy for abdominal hernia. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties in green tea help to heal the intestine lining and cure from damaging. Daily take one or two cup of green tea. 

Licorice Root

The herb Licorice is best to treat mucus and also be an effective acid reflux treatment.  Healing properties of licorice strengthen intestine lining and reduce inflammation. Daily take half teaspoon of licorice powder with mud pot water.

Castor Oil

Applying a castor seed oil pack on the stomach area (on a regular basis) can reduce the discomfort resulting from hernia. It is advisable for an individual suffering from hernia to consume food items prepared with castor seed oil to obtain better results.

Walnut Tree Bark

Make a powder of walnut tree bark and make a paste with aloe vera gel. Apply this paste on affected area for 3-4 hours than wash with boiled water of neem leaves. Anti-inflammatory properties of walnut tree bark best to reduce inflammation and pain.

Banyan (Bohar) Milk

Daily take fresh banyan tree milk 1-2 teaspoons and apply it on hernia affected area 2-3 times with a cotton ball or your finger tips. A soothing effect on the skin and mucous membranes, alleviates swelling and pain, and severe as a mild purgative.

Betel/Arica Nut (Supari)

Daily take ¼ teaspoon betel nut powder with water 1-2 times daily. The hernia is pushed back into the abdominal cavity. The muscle lying on top of the hernia is then sewed back into place.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile is well known for its anti-inflammatory property and helps in good digestion. This can be consumed in the form of tea between meals.

Grape Leaves Tea

Boil 10g grape leaves in 2 cup water for until it evaporates into one cup or half. Daily drink it for one or two months to shrink enlarged size of abdominal hernia
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