Category: Tuberculosis

Alternative Treatment For Intestinal Tuberculosis With Herbal Remedies


The intestine is a well-known tube-like part of the body that extends from the stomach (from the lower end) to the anus (the lower opening of the digestive tract). Tuberculosis may infect any part of the body, mainly the lungs but the incidence of tuberculosis is very common in the intestines too. It is primarily due to the invasion of bacteria in the body and affected the intestines. In this article, we will discuss intestinal tuberculosis  and the ayurvedic aspect of intestinal tuberculosis.


Intestinal tuberculosis is a primary infection from ingesting milk infected with bovine tuberculosis or as a secondary spread of pulmonary tuberculosis following the swallowing of infective material coughed up from the lungs. The infection begins in the ileum where the abundant lymphoid tissue traps the organisms. A typical granulomatous reaction may lead to hyperplastic thickening of Peyer’s patches and surrounding bowel wall and create necrotic ulcers on the mucosal surface. These ulcers extend along the encircling lymphatic system of the small bowel. They may penetrate deeply and even  perforate. In both ulcerative and hyperplastic patterns, small miliary tubercles are frequently found in the subserosal layer and sometimes throughout the peritoneal cavity. Intestinal involvement may lead to diarrhea, intestinal cramps, and abdominal pain but in many cases, the symptoms are masked by the infection elsewhere.

Intestinal Tuberculosis


The Following Causes of Intestinal Tuberculosis are

  1. Bacterial invasion (Mycobacterium tuberculosis)
  2. Ingesting infected milk.


The symptoms of Intestinal Tuberculosis are listed below

  1. Non-healing ulcers of the mouth or anus
  2. Weight loss
  3. Low-grade fever
  4. Anorexia
  5. Cough
  6. Difficulty in swallowing
  7. Pain in the abdomen due to gastric and duodenal infection
  8. Infection of the small intestine known as malabsorption
  9. Due to colon infection Diarrhea and pain occurs.

Diagnosis of Intestinal Tuberculosis:-The following diagnostic method for Intestinal Tuberculosis is,

  • Medical history
  • Physical examination
  • Blood tests
  • Sputum tests
  • Endoscopy
  • Stool occult
  • Mantoux test
  • Abdominal X-ray
  • USG
  • CT scan

Treatment of Intestinal Tuberculosis

ATT (anti-tuberculous therapy) is the line of treatment for Intestinal tuberculosis. Isoniazid 5 (mg/kg body weight) maximum (mg) 300, Rifampicin 10 (mg/kg body weight) maximum (mg) 600 Pyrazinamide 25 (mg/kg body weight), Ethambutol 15 (mg/kg body weight). This is the basic line of treatment for intestinal tuberculosis.

Ayurvedic Aspect

The ayurvedic point of view of this disease. The ayurvedic point of view of Intestinal Tuberculosis is mainly correlated with Rajayakshma. Rajayakshma is a group of disorders in which all three doshas are aggravated and it also affects Sapta dhatu in our body. Rajayakshma is also known as the king of all diseases. It is caused by the simultaneous vitiation of all the three doshas as a result of suppression of natural urges, performing activities more than one’s strength, and irregular food intake. In rajayakshma, patients become emaciated due to a reduction in the number of tissue elements because of the obstruction to the channels of rasa circulation. Excessive semen ejaculation is also associated with emaciation in this condition.    

Rajayaksma is followed by many diseases and acts as a primary factor in the origin of many disorders. It is also known as Ksaya and shosha. Sosha is known as dried rasa dhatus, which leads to poor strength and activities which are called Ksaya (diminished strength). The Rajyakshma is a Kapha Pradhan tridosha vyadhi associated with vitiation of pachaka pitta and kledaka Kapha. Dusya included Dhatu like rasa and rakta. Srotodushti types include sanga (a coalition of dosha) and Vimarggamana ( impaired pathway or obstructing the channels).

Ayurvedic Treatment for Intestinal Tuberculosis by Planet Ayurveda

Planet Ayurveda is a GMP-certified hub for the management of a variety of modern-day ailments. Ayurvedic treatment for the management of Intestinal tuberculosis is to manage all three doshas and planet Ayurveda provides the best herbal remedy to treat the aggravated tri doshas. Ayurvedic medicines help to treat the disease from its root cause and maintain a good life. With Ayurvedic medication, the recurrence of this disease is less and there are no such side effects of this herbal remedy. Its products are pure vegetarian and naturally extracted from the herb and medicinal plants.

Intestinal Tuberculosis Herbal Remedies
Intestinal Tuberculosis Herbal Remedies

Following are the Herbal Remedies by Planet Ayurveda.

  1. Prawal Panchamrit Ras
  2. Kamdudha Ras Moti yukt
  3. Kanchanar Guggul
  4. Pitta Balance
  5. Suvarna Basant Malti ras
  6. Belgiri Powder

Product Description

1. Prawal Panchamrit Ras

Prawal panchamrit ras is an effective classical herbal formulation by Planet Ayurveda. It helps to relieve the pitta aggravation and excessive acidity. It is beneficial to manage intestinal tuberculosis, Ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s diseases. It also gives very good results in Burning urination. This also helps in improving anorexia, splenic disorders and asthma. The Prawal Panchamrit of Planet Ayurveda is best, authentic, and formulated on the principles of Ayurveda.

Dosage: – 2 tablets twice a day after a meal with plain water.

2. Kamdudha Ras Moti yukt

Kamdudha Ras moti yukt is a polyherbal formulation of Planet Ayurveda. It is efficient to improve digestion and pacifying the aggravation of Pitta dosha. It helps in improving digestion and also enhances the efficiency of metabolic activities. Kamdudha ras of Planet Ayurveda is the best, most authentic, and result-oriented formulation to manage the problem of Kamdudha.

Dosage: – 1 tablet twice a day before a meal, chew it.

3. Kanchnaar Guggul

Chief ingredients of Kanchnaar guggul are kanchnar bark (Bauhinia variegata), Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis) Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), Varuna (Crateva religiosa) and many more. This formulation is very effective in diseases associated with Kapha or meda dhatu vridhi (fat due to poor metabolism). It helps to reduce the fibroid uterus and intestinal swelling. These tablets are very good for various conditions like cancer conditions and also treat lymph node swelling, leprosy, glandular swelling, thyroid disorders, fistula, and other abnormal growth of cells in the body. These tablets are beneficial for draining out the toxins from the body and enhancing the functioning of the lymphatic system in the body.

Dosage:- 2 tablets twice daily with lukewarm water after a meal.

4. Pitta Balance

Pitta balance is a well-known herbomineral product of Planet Ayurveda.As per the name, this herbomineral preparation of Planet Ayurveda helps to pacify the aggravated pitta dosha and helps to manage the condition of excessive pitta. The chief ingredients of the pitta balance are Parval pishti ( coral calcium), Jehar mohra pishti, akik pishti, Giloy satva, Mukta pishti, and kamdudha, among many others. Due to the cold potency of the minerals. Pitta balance helps in decreasing the burning sensation in the body. It also helps to manage the skin disorders associated with aggravation of Pitta.

Dosage -: 1 capsule twice a day after a meal with plain water.

5. Suvarna Basant Malti Ras

Suvarna Vasant Malti Ras is a classical herbal formulation beneficial in pacifying the Vata and Kapha dosha in the body. Suvarna Basant Malti Ras gives very good results in bronchitis and even tuberculosis. The main ingredients of Suvarna vasant Malti Ras are Suvarna bhasma, Mukta bhasma, Marich (Piper Nigrum), Gandhak (sulfur), and many others. These herbs, as well as minerals, are beneficial to promoting immunity and the overall health of the body.     

Dosage: – 1 tablet twice daily to be chewed with lukewarm water after a meal.

6. Belgiri churna

Belgiri churna is a single herb formulation of Planet Ayurveda. The chief ingredient of this formulation is Bilva (Aegle marmelos). Belgiri churna is helpful to drain out the toxins from the body. Belgiri churna is effective in the prevention of loose stools associated with ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and intestinal tuberculosis as well. This churna is very efficient to manage the associated issues of digestion.

Dosage: – 1 teaspoon with lukewarm water twice a day after a meal.

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Intestinal tuberculosis is a clinical manifestation of tuberculosis that is uncommon in nature. The most common causes of these uncommon manifestations are swallowing sputum infected with hematogenous spread, or ingestion of milk from cows affected by bovine TB, which mainly occurs in developing nations. The terminal ileum and cecum are the parts adversely affected by intestinal tuberculosis. Other important manifestations are abdominal pain, swelling in the intestine, obstruction of the colon, abdominal mass which can be palpable, fever, and weight loss. Features of Crohn’s disease are similar to intestinal tuberculosis, so it is difficult to differentiate between Crohn’s disease and intestinal tuberculosis. The modern point of view suggests medicine for Pulmonary tuberculosis for the treatment of intestinal tuberculosis. In Ayurveda, there is a variety of herbs like bilva, Marich,


Natural Cure For Intestinal Tuberculosis With Herbal Remedies


Intestinal tuberculosis is a rare type of tuberculosis which is clinically manifested in the form of pain in abdomen, blood in stool, swelling in intestines, a palpable abdominal mass, intestinal obstruction, weight loss, fever and night sweats. Intestinal tuberculosis is usually caused by ingestion of milk from cows suffering from bovine tuberculosis, hematogenous spread or swallowing one’s own infected sputum. In this article you’ll get all the information about this rare condition, i.e. Ayurvedic management of Intestinal tuberculosis .

intestinal tuberculosis


Intestinal tuberculosis involves the infection of intestines as well as abdominal lymphatics with Mycobacterium tuberculosis organism. It is a rare condition when compared to other types of tuberculosis. Bacteria of tuberculosis reaches the intestines and infects it through ingestion of sputum that is infected, hematogenous spread, via fallopian tubes or spreads directly from contagious infected lymph nodes. As the signs and symptoms of Intestinal tuberculosis are very similar to those of Crohn’s disease, hence it might be difficult to differentiate it when there are no proper risk factors evident of tuberculosis.


In Ayurvedic literature the tuberculosis in general is called rajyakshma or kshayaroga which is characterized by the weight loss, low grade fever, fatigue, night sweats and loss of appetite and other symptoms are present as per the organ which is involved like in case of Intestinal tuberculosis there are intestines related symptoms. As per Ayurveda in tuberculosis there occurs depletion of all the seven dhatus making a person weak and debilitated.


The major signs and symptoms of Intestinal tuberculosis are:

  • Fatigue or tiredness
  • Fever
  • Loss of appetite
  • Night sweats
  • Unexplained loss of weight
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Tenderness and swelling of abdomen
  • Pain in abdomen that is colicky in character


Intestinal tuberculosis is a type of extrapulmonary tuberculosis that can occur due to reactivation of previously dormant infection or primary infection. Reactivation of infection can occur due to low immunity like in the case of HIV, severe infections, malnutrition etc. As the incidence of HIV has increased with it there have also seen rise in cases of Intestinal tuberculosis.


Diagnosis of intestinal tuberculosis can be difficult as there are many other diseases which present with the same signs and symptoms. Hence, it is necessary to make a differential diagnosis for all of them. This can be done with the help of detailed case history along with tests like colonoscopy for confirming the diagnosis.


The conventional treatment for intestinal tuberculosis includes the intake of 3-4 anti tuberculosis drugs for the first two months and then 2 anti tuberculosis drugs for next 7-10 months. Usually the anti TB drugs used here are Isoniazid, Ethambutol, Rifampicin etc.


Ayurvedic treatment for Intestinal tuberculosis aims at pacifying the aggravated doshas. There are various Ayurvedic therapies like vamana, swedana, snehana and virechana. However these therapies are not for weak and debilitated people and they should be treated with the help of herbal remedies.


Planet Ayurveda is very well known for the authentic and effective herbal remedies which are prepared using herbs that are pure and authentic. No chemicals, preservatives, additives, dye, colors or fillers are added in these herbal remedies or products. For intestinal tuberculosis Planet Ayurveda offers a combination of herbal remedies.

Products List

  1. Praval Panchamrit
  2. Kamdudha Ras (Moti yukt)
  3. Kanchnaar Guggul
  4. Pitta Balance
  5. Suvarna Basant Malti Ras
  6. Belgiri Powder

intestinal tuberculosis care pack

Products Description

1. Praval Panchamrit

This herbal blend helps in treating inflammation, and relieves digestive ailments like indigestion , loose stools, and belching. Praval panchamrit is formulated using Shankha bhasma (Conch shell bhasma), Mukta bhasma (Pearl bhasma), Latex of arka (Calotropis procera) and Praval bhasma (Coral bhasma).

Dosage- Take 2 tablets twice daily after meals with plain water.

2. Kamdudha Ras (Moti Yukt)

It is the classical Ayurvedic preparation which helps in treating various ailments like chronic fever, digestive troubles, weakness etc. Kamdudha ras (Moti yukt) is prepared using Praval pishti (Coral calcium), Swarna (gold), gairika (Red ochre), Shukti bhasma (Pearl oyster), Shankh bhasma (Sea shell), giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) etc.

Dosage- Take 1 tablet twice daily after meals with plain water.

3. Kanchnaar Guggul

These tablets help in treating any abnormal swelling and hard nodules in the body. Kanchnaar guggul is very well known and used to treat the abnormal growths and inflammation in the body. It is prepared from herbs like Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Ginger (Zingiber officinale), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica), Varuna (Crataeva religiosa), Kachnar bark (Bauhinia variegata), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) and Black pepper (Piper nigrum). Kanchnaar guggul also detoxifies the body, restoring the balance of the tridosha in the body.

Dosage– Take 2 tablets twice daily after meals with plain water.

4. Pitta Balance

As vitiation of Pitta dosha is also involved in Intestinal tuberculosis  as per Ayurveda, So Pitta balance helps in restoring the balance of Pitta dosha eliminating the disease from root cause and prevents recurrence. These capsules are prepared using Akik pishti (Agate calcium), Praval pishti (Coral calcium), Jahar mohra pishti (An Ayurvedic calcium compound), Mukta pishti (Pearl calcium) etc.

Dosage– Take 1 capsule twice daily after meals with plain water.

5. Suvarna Basant Malti Ras

Suvarna basant malti ras is a classical formulation that Maricha (Piper nigrum), contains Swarna bhasma (gold calcined), Mukta bhasma (Pearl calcined), Shudh hingul (Cinnabar) and Kharpara bhasma (Zinc carbonate calcined). These tablets help in treating weakness and debility that is developed due to Intestinal tuberculosis.

Dosage– Take 1 tablet twice daily after meals with plain water.

6. Belgiri Powder

This herbal formulation is prepared using herbs like single herb, i.e. Bilva (Aegle marmelos). Belgiri powder helps in treating digestive ailments like indigestion.

Dosage- Take 1 teaspoon twice daily after meals with plain water.


Intestinal tuberculosis is a rare disease condition which can be managed and treated well   with the help of the herbal remedies mentioned. In case of any query kindly visit For more queries, you can send your queries to our email id