Dadi Ma Ke Nuskhe For Jaundice...Home Remedies

Jaundice is a yellow discoloration of the skin, mucous membranes, and the whites of the eyes caused by increased amounts of bilirubin in the blood. Jaundice is a sign of an underlying disease process.Jaundice is also known as “पीलिया [peeliya], पाण्डु रोग , कमला रोग etc.” It is also known as (also known asicterus. Jaundice is often seen in liver disease such as hepatitis or liver cancer. Jaundice is a yellowish pigmentation of the skin. Jaundice and liver problems usually go together hand to hand. Jaundice may be a sign that a person is suffering from a some liver problems.

Jaundice Causes

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver's ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:
sickle cell crisis,
glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenasedeficiency (G6PD),
drugs or other toxins, and
autoimmune disorders.

Hepatic (the problem arises within the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by the liver's inability to properly metabolize and excrete bilirubin. Examples include:
hepatitis (commonly viral or alcohol related),

drugs or other toxins,
Crigler-Najjar syndrome,
Gilbert's syndrome, and

Post-hepatic (after bile has been made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases, also termed obstructive jaundice, is caused by conditions which interrupt the normal drainage of conjugated bilirubin in the form of bile from the liver into the intestines.

Causes of obstructive jaundice include:
gallstones in the bile ducts,
cancer (pancreatic and gallbladder/bile duct carcinoma),
strictures of the bile ducts,
congenital malformations, 
pregnancy, and

Newborn jaundice.

Jaundice in newborn babies can be caused by several different conditions, although it is often a normal physiological consequence of the newborn's immature liver. Even though it is usually harmless under these circumstances, newborns with excessively elevated levels of bilirubin from other medical conditions (pathologicjaundice) may suffer devastating brain damage (kernicterus) if the underlying problem is not addressed. Newborn jaundice is the most common condition requiring medical evaluation in newborns.

The following are some common causes of newborn jaundice:

Physiological jaundice

This form of jaundice is usually evident on the second or third day of life. It is the most common cause of newborn jaundice and is usually a transient and harmless condition. Jaundice is caused by the inability of the newborn's immature liver to process bilirubin from the accelerated breakdown of red blood cells that occurs at this age. As the newborn's liver matures, the jaundice eventually disappears.

Maternal-fetal blood group incompatibility (Rh, ABO)

This form of jaundice occurs when there is incompatibility between the blood types of the mother and the fetus. This leads to increased bilirubin levels from the breakdown of the fetus' red blood cells (hemolysis).

Breast milk jaundice

This form of jaundice occurs in breastfed newborns and usually appears at the end of the first week of life. Certain chemicals in breast milk are thought to be responsible. It is usually a harmless condition that resolves spontaneously. Mothers typically do not have to discontinue breastfeeding.

Breastfeeding jaundice

This form of jaundice occurs when the breastfed newborn does not receive adequate breast milk intake. This may occur because of delayed or insufficient milk production by the mother or because of poor feeding by the newborn. This inadequate intake results in dehydration and fewer bowel movements for the newborn, with subsequent decreased bilirubin excretion from the body.

Cephalohematoma (a collection of blood under the scalp)

Sometimes during the birthing process, the newborn may sustain a bruise or injury to the head, resulting in a blood collection/blood clot under the scalp. As this blood is naturally broken down, sudden elevated levels of bilirubin may overwhelm the processing capability of the newborn's immature liver, resulting in jaundice.

Dadi Ma Ke Nuskhe For Jaundice Home Remedy

Banana Jaundice Remedy

Mash a ripe banana along with 1 tablespoon honey and eat twice a day for a few days.

Ginger Natural Remedy For Jaundice
½ teaspoon ginger juice with 1 teaspoon each fresh lime and mint (pudina) juice mixed with a tablespoon of honey, taken frequently.

Bel Natural Home Remedy For Jaundice
Finely grind some bel leaves. Take 1 teaspoon of this paste along with a pinch of black pepper and follow it with 1 cup of buttermilk thrice a day.

Papaya Jaundice Natural Home Remedy
A fine paste of tender papaya leaves, about ½ teaspoon paste, is taken with some water.

Other Jaundice Home Treatment

  • Pour over a handful of lime leaves in 1 cup hot water and take the infusion.
  • Make a fine powder of one 1 teaspoon each crushed liquorice (mulathi) root, chicory seeds (kaasni) and rock salt (kala namak). Take the half ½ teaspoon of mixture with water twice daily.

Dadi Maa Ke Tips To Recover Fast From Peeliya:
  • Take lime juice frequently..
  • Take one fourth (¼) teaspoon turmeric (haldi) along with a glass of hot water two or three times daily.

Home Remedies for Jaundice

Tip 1:

1/4 tsp of turmeric powder mixed in a glass of hot water taken 2-3 times a day.

Tip 2:

Make a paste of tender papaya leaves. Take 1/2 tsp of this paste with 1 tsp honey.

Tip 3:

Boil 1 cup of water, when it boils add 8-10 lemon leaves. Cover and leave for 4-5 minutes. Drink the decoction for 4-5 days.

Tip 4:

Lots of lime juice should be consumed.

Tip 5:

1/2 tsp ginger juice, 1 tsp mint juice and 1tsp lime juice to be taken as often as possible 

Tip 6:

1 cup of juice made with radish leaves taken 2 times a day.

Tip 7:

First thing in the morning, drink 1 glass of fresh Tomato juice. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to this.

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