Kankayanam Pills - 50 Nos - Kerala Ayurveda

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Kerala Ayurveda Kankayanam Pills

Kerala Ayurveda’s Kankayanam Gulika is used for piles treatment in Ayurveda. It is without a doubt one of the best ayurvedic medicine for piles. The medicine is useful in improving the functioning of the digestive system and helps in increasing appetite. The tablet for immediate motion gives good relief from flatulence and other digestive problems.

If you are on the lookout for ayurvedic medicine for piles and fissure, we recommend Kankayanam Gulika. Those who are suffering from anal fissures and piles (especially non-bleeding) can try this ayurvedic medicine for a fissure to get relief from symptoms.


What is the most effective medication for constipation? 

The answer to the question is Kankayanam, which is prepared as per the guidelines of Ayurveda texts. These constipation pills can help in easy bowel movement and prevent future problems of hemorrhoids.

This piles ayurvedic medicine is available in a box with 50 pills. It should be taken as advised by the physician.


Kerala Ayurveda’s Kankayanam Gulika Ingredients: 

Kankayanam has the following ingredients:


  • Matalam or Punica granatum is pomegranate, a commonly consumed fruit.

  • It is helpful in treating internal bleeding, including bleeding hemorrhoids.

  • It is useful in Tridosha treatment, where all three doshas can be balanced.

  • It is used in the preparation of rasayanas to treat piles.


  • Shati is Hedychium spicatum, known as perfume ginger.

  • It is helpful in treating diarrhea.

  • It is used to prepare rasa that can be used to treat piles.

  • It is also helpful in improving digestion.


  • Pushkaramool or Inula racemosa is known as Elicampane.

  • It is helpful in providing relief from symptoms like bloating that occurs in constipation.

  • It can balance Vata and Kapha doshas.

  • It is used to prepare rasayana to treat digestive problems.


  • Danti is Baliospermum montanum, known as wild castor.

  • It can balance kapha and pitta doshas.

  • It is very helpful in the treatment of piles and constipation.

  • It improves digestive processes.


  • Chitraka or Plumbago zeylanica is a powerful herb used to improve digestion.

  • It is used in the treatment of piles.

  • It is used to treat piles that occur due to Vata.

  • It is used to treat indigestion.

Digestion is a bodily process that happens naturally. The process involves breaking down food and absorption of nutrients and fluids into the blood. The waste matter leftover is egested from the body in the form of stools through the anus. Some people suffer from constipation where they find it difficult to pass stools easily due to various reasons. Constipation and exerting pressure to pass stools can cause piles or hemorrhoids. They are swollen veins that occur within or outside the anus and can be painful. Piles can lead to bleeding and cause a lot of discomfort for the patient.


Ayurveda’s view of constipation and piles

Constipation is known as Vibandh in Ayurveda. Stools that are hard or too small to pass, obstruction in the intestine leading to fewer movements of the bowel is constipation. In Ayurveda, constipation is associated with an imbalance in the Vata dosha. The Vata dosha regulates movement and elimination.

There can be various factors that aggravate Vata leading to constipation. Stress, cold weather, exhaustion, foods that are too dry, and excess physical strain are factors that disturb Vata and cause constipation. Vata can also cause spasms in the colon area. This is because of strained muscles due to stress and other reasons.

Constipation can be treated with warm and moist foods that are rich in protein. Relaxing and reducing tension can help in relaxing muscles that cause constipation. Eating food rich in fiber content, consuming warm water, and using a laxative like Triphala is recommended to treat constipation.

Piles are referred to as Arsham in Ayurveda. It is related to an imbalance in Apana Vata. This imbalance leads to an accumulation of waste in the colonic region. This leads to bulging of veins inside and outside the anus causing hemorrhoids. The piles are dark in color, rough, hard, and are painful. They are like lumps and usually accompanied by constipation.

In some people, Kapha dosha can cause piles. Here, the hemorrhoids are soft, whitish in color, and have mucus. When the pitta dosha is imbalanced, then piles would have diarrhea and fever as related symptoms. The hemorrhoids would be red and inflamed.

Piles treatment in Ayurveda aims to solve the imbalance of doshas. Diet is one of the key ways of doing this. A good diet can restore the digestive, which can strengthen the digestive processes. Depending on the type of dosha, a specific diet is advised. Food with fibers and sufficient water is a must.

Haritaki, Arshar gutika, Suran are some of the Ayurveda medicines used to treat piles. The medicine used depends on the cause and the symptoms.


Causes of constipation and piles

When a person does not have more than bowel movements in a week, then he is suffering from constipation. Bowel movements that are infrequent and difficulty in passing stools are the main problems faced by a person suffering from constipation.

There are various reasons for constipation that include:

  • Lack of fiber in the diet.

  • Not drinking sufficient water.

  • Blockage in the intestine, colon, or in the rectum.

  • Narrowing of the colon.

  • Anal fissure or tears around the anus.

  • Problems with the nerves that control the passing of stools.

  • Weakened muscles or problems in pelvic muscles.

  • Diseases like diabetes and thyroid problems.

One of the main reasons for piles is constipation. Difficulty in passing stools can make a person strain to pass stools. Sitting for too much time on the toilet leads to too much pressure on the anus. As a result, the veins in and around the anus may become stretched and bulge out leading to piles.

Those who are older or pregnant are more at risk of developing piles because of the weakening of the tissues in the anus. Those who are obese, eat a diet with very little fiber and lift a lot of heavy items have an increased risk of piles. Not drinking sufficient water is one more risk factor.

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