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Wheat grass therapy, a home remedy, is known to help even severe and chronic cases of constipation. Have wheat grass juice on an empty stomach first thing in the morning.
You can grow your own wheat grass in earthen pots. Sow wheat grains in seven or eight pots. You can sow one pot of wheat grains every day for 7-8 days. You can the harvest the wheat grass when it is 7-8 eight days old and measures about 8-10 cm.
This gives you enough grass for a week-long therapy session. Keep sowing more grains as you keep harvesting grass, so that you can make the treatment a continuous process. Use only the leaves of the wheat grass to extract the juice; discard the roots. The dosage of the wheat grass juice ranges from 20-50 ml every morning, depending on the severity of the constipation.
Once you drink the juice, avoid taking anything else for the next fifteen minutes. Continue having the juice until the constipation reduces.
Ayurvedic medicines for constipation
This is available as a liquid. Mix three teaspoonfuls of the medicine with an equal amount of lukewarm water and drink the formulation after breakfast or lunch, and also after dinner.
Divya Udara-Kalpa Curna or Divya Curna:
This is also available as a liquid. Drink a spoonful of the medicine with hot water at bed time. Avoid this medicine if you are a diabetic, as it contains some unrefined portions of sugar.
Gomutra or cow urine:
Cleaned and refined cow urine is good medicine for constipation. This medication is available in drugstores that sell ayurvedic medicine. The dosage ranges from 10 to 40 ml, or two to eight spoonfuls.
This medicine works very well in severe cases of constipation. Have this medicine on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. Avoid taking anything for an hour afterwards. Have plenty of water thereafter.
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