It is caused by an allergic reaction to pollen. In Ayurveda, such allergies are thought of being caused due to hypersensitivity of the nervous system.


Some of the causes include

  1. Indigestion
  2. inhalation of smoke and dust
  3. staying awake in the night
  4. sleeping in the daytime
  5. exposure to cold and chilly weather
  6. increased sexual activity
  7. not being in balance with the season, and the suppression of natural urges
  8. Obstruction of nasal passage
  9. blocked nose
  10. Runny nose for long time even for weeks
  11. Itching or irritating nose, eye, and throat
  12. Continuous heavy sneezing


  1. Tickling sensation and irritation in the nostrils
  2. Sneezing
  3. Body ache
  4. Watery eyes
  5. Running nose
  6. Cough
  7. Hoarseness of the voice
  8. Headache and heaviness in the head
  9. Increased nasal discharge
  10. Itching in the nose, Irritation in the nose
  11. Obstruction in the nose
  12. Congested nasal passage
  13. Difficulty in breathing
  14. Infection in the middle ear
  15. Skin allergies could result due to nasal allergies

Ayurvedic View:-

As per Ayurveda, Allergic rhinitis is compared with Vata- Kaphaja pratishaya which is caused due to the ama (toxins) present in the body and due to low immunity. Accumulated ama aggravates the levels of Kapha (Water) in the body, giving rise to different symptoms of allergies.

In Ayurveda, this condition can be correlated to Dushta Pratishyaya, where the main dosha affected is Kapha.

Therapy include:-

  1. Detoxification processes
  2. Panchakarma Therapy (Nasyam, Lepanam, Thalam, Vamanam, Shirodhara)
  3. Oral medicines
  4. Dietary and life style modifications.

Naturopathy Therapy:-

  1. Hot and cold Fomentation
  2. Kati Snana
  3. Mud Therapy
  4. Enema

Other Meditation Therapy Offer as:-

  1. Meditation
  2. Pranayama
  3. Yoga
  4. Exercise
  5. Diet
  6. Life Style Modification

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