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Kaumara Bhritya Tantra Treatment

Ayurveda is a very complicated and vast ancient medicinal science. It deals with many kinds of complex ailments and surgeries. Ayurveda is divided into eight diverse categories in order to clearly separate the treatment of one ailment from another. So, Ayurveda is often referred as Astang Ayurveda i.e. the life science with eight branches. The eight branches of traditional medicinal therapy are Kaaya chikitsaa, Graha Chikitsa, S`aalakya tantra, Agada tantra, Rasayan Tantra, Vajeekarana chikitsaa, S`alya tantra and Bala chikitsa.

Kumaraya Bhritya Tantra (Bala Chikitsa) and it deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases related to Pregnancy, childbirth (delivery) and diseases of children (Pediatrics). The branch of kaumarabhritya is a comprehensive study about the prenatal, postnatal baby care as well as different ailments under the branch of gynecology. This branch of Ayurveda with an aim to achieve a healthy and disease free society, strives for well being of a kid right from its conception.

Benefits from Kaumara Bhritya
There are lots of benefits of Kaumara Bhritya. It takes care of child and the mother very properly. If you are in contact of an ayurvedic physician, he starts to take care very early of the mother and the upcoming child. Kaumarya Bhritya Tantra doesn’t affect any of two either the mother or the upcoming child.

Procedure Involved in Kaumara Bhritya
You can find the procedures and details of Kaumara Bhritya or Bala Chikitsa in the classical writings of Vagbhata, Ashtanga Samgraha and Ashtanga Hridaya. Even, the Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita tell in detail about the Balachikitsa as well as prenatal, natural and post birth care tips. Child health depends on the mental and physical state of the mother. So, it recommends specific diet, routine, nourishment and conduct for women before, during and after delivery. It has been very clearly mentioned that the perfect health of a mother is mandatory for a healthy upcoming child.