A big part of women’s empowerment is taking charge of her health rather than letting things slide. 

To begin with, women’s health differs from that of men in many unique ways. Women certainly plays a significant role in family and as well as in society. So, her health is crucial in all aspects of life.

The Difference

Above all, the anatomical and physiological aspects of male and female are different from each other. Likewise, certain diseases are also different. The reproductive and sexual health of a woman has a distinct difference compared to men’s health. Every woman unquestionably deserves to thrive!
The health of a woman is her total well being, in handling stress, getting good women’s health care and nurturing herself. The healing wisdom of Ayurveda guides women to balance their natural body rhythms which are closely linked to nature.

How Ayurveda can help ?

Some health problems can be unique to women. For example, dysmenorrhea, leucorrhoea, menopause and pregnancy.

Treatment Solutions

Ayurveda offers amazing treatment solutions for all the problems like menopause, PMS, painful periods and heavy periods. Also cures vaginal dryness, periodic swell and bloating, infertility or other problems of being a woman. Most importantly, Ayurveda has many useful herbs to manage the changes in the body right from pube menopause. In other words, women respond better to natural Ayurveda herbs and treatment.

The ancient texts of Ayurveda describe these unique herbs and medicinal plants and their compound formulations. It can undeniably enhance the health and wellbe women.

Polycystic ovary syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome usually defines as a clinical syndrome. It is characterised by mild obesity, irregular menses or amenorrhea, hirsutism and acne. In most pati the ovaries contain multiple cysts. Ovaries may enlarge with smooth, thickened capsules or may be normal size.


Oestrogen levels elevate, increasing risk of endometrial hyperplasia and eventually endometrial cancer. Androgen levels often elevate, increasing risk of metabolic to syndrome and causing hirsutism. Over the long term, androgen excess increases risk of cardiovascular disorders, including hypertension.

Signs and Symptoms

Symptoms typically begin during puberty and worsen with time.

  •  Mild obesity, hirsutism, and irregular menses or amenorrhea. Some women have other signs of virilization such as acne and temporal balding.
  • Generally, areas of thickened, darkened skin may appear in the axillae, on the nape of the neck, and in skinfolds.
  • Abundant cervical mucus, reflecting high estrogen levels.