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Ayurvedic treatment for lipoma

Ayurvedic Treatment for Lipoma

Ayurvedic Treatment for Lipoma

A lipoma is a piece of fatty tissue that grows under the skin. When you touch lipomas, they move easily and look elastic rather than hard. Most lipomas do not cause pain or irritation, so they rarely need treatment. We will discuss here how Ayurvedic Treatment for lipoma provides relief.

Lipoma Symptoms  and Signs

*Lipomas can appear on any part of the body. Usually, they are situated under the skin. They usually appear on the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, arms, and thighs.
*They feel soft and mushy. If it’s press by finger, they will move around.
* Small lipomas are usually less than 2 inches in diameter, but they can grow.
*Sometimes painful. Lipomas can be painful if they grow and compress nearby nerves or contain many blood vessels.

What are the types of lipomas?

All lipomas are made of fat. Some lipomas also contain blood vessels or other tissues. There are several types of lipomas, including:

Angiolipoma: This type contains fat and blood vessels. Angiolipomas are often painful.

Conventional: The most common type, a conventional lipoma contains white fat cells. White fat cells store energy.

Fibro lipoma: Fat and fibrous tissue make up this type of lipoma.

Hibernoma: This kind of lipoma contains brown fat. Most other lipomas contain white fat. Brown fat cells generate heat and help regulate body temperature.

Myelolipoma: These lipomas contain fat and tissues that produce blood cells.

Spindle cell: The fat cells in these lipomas are longer than they are wide.

Pleomorphic: These lipomas have fat cells of various sizes and shapes.

Ayurveda treatment for Lipoma / Can Ayurveda cure Lipoma?

In Ayurveda, lipoma can be correlated with Medoj Granthi based on similar signs and symptoms. According to Ayurveda, vitiated Vata and Meda pierced with Kapha is the reason for Lipoma. Lipoma produces round, protruded, and knotty swelling called Granthi and affects muscle and blood. It occurs in Rohini,  which is the sixth layer of skin.

Ayurveda treatment involves body purification with Panchakarma treatments like Triphala Kala Basti, Vamana, Udwarthanam.

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