Ayurvedic asthma treatment


According to the WHO, roughly 339 million people suffer from asthma each year. 

Asthma also known as “Tamak-Shvasa'' in Ayurvedic science is a condition in which the airways connected to our lungs narrows and swells which may produce extra mucus resulting in increased cough and breathlessness..

According to Ayurveda, there are three types of asthma based on the doshas, Dry type asthma, Infection type asthma, Congestion type asthma affecting so many people across the world. Ancient ayurveda is a herbal formulation that promotes building immunity and lowers the intensity and frequency of asthma attacks with no side effects. Ayurveda helps in treating asthma effectively by-

  • Strengthening respiratory immunity.
  • Helps relieve chronic cough.
  • Reduces nasal congestion.
  • Reduces chances of asthma attacks.
  • Promotes breathing ease.


Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.

Effective Treatment By Cow Urine Therapy

Cow urine is used as ayurvedic medicine as an ancient remedy for different problems, including asthma. Consistent with the cow urine healing approach a few herbs work to rejuvenate physique defects (Vata, bile and phlegm) which cause asthma if they may be disproportionated. A few Ayurvedic medicines comprise many beneficial elements to deal with them. It improves the metabolism of the body.






Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective


Due to its expectorant and bronchodilator properties, it can treat cough, bronchitis and also reduce the effects of chronic asthma. It even loosens and thins the mucus that clogs the airways and helps facilitate its expulsion through coughing to relieve congestion.


Haldi has an effective property named curcumin. This agent can also reduce respiratory inflammation. Curcumin can aid in reducing inflammation and reducing airway obstruction. As an add-on drug for the treatment of asthma, it is effective and healthy.


It is an excellent aid against the symptoms of asthma. Camphene, cineole, and eugenol present in tulsi help to reduce cold and congestion in the chest. It is effective in asthma, influenza, cough, and cold. These tulsi extracts help to keep open the passages of the bronchial airway. This allows patients with asthma to have improved lung processes and fewer attacks.


Kantkari is very effective in drawing out the scum of Kapha from the bronchial tubes resulting in the oxygenation of the blood and relieving symptoms of asthma and providing solace to a person.

Bilva Patra

It contains chemicals called tannins, flavonoids and coumarins. These chemicals help to reduce swelling (inflammation). This might help treat asthma and other respiratory conditions.


It has decongestant, bronchodilator and expectorant activities. Pippli is very useful for asthma due to its Kapha balancing property. It helps release mucus from the air passages due to its expectorant property thus allowing the person to breathe easily.


It is also a strong antibacterial herb. In the respiratory system, Kutki has demonstrated the ability to reduce the severity and longevity of asthmatic attacks and has been attributed to compounds such as androsin and apocynin.


It is a well-known natural treatment for various conditions including asthma. It can help reduce airway inflammation and inhibit airway contraction.


Triphala has been shown to alleviate bronchial hyperreactivity in asthma. It is very effective to strengthen the respiratory and immune systems.

Kali Mirch

Kali Mirch is beneficial for cough and respiratory problems due to its antitussive (relieving cough) and anti-asthmatic properties. By using Kali Mirch one gets relief from throat problems and cough.

Cow Milk

Cow milk contains nutrients like probiotics, vitamin D, and immunoglobulins that boost the immune system and in turn reduce the risk of asthmatic allergies. It can help reduce respiratory infection and the chances of one getting an asthmatic attack.

Cow Milk curd

The healthy bacteria found in cow milk curd helps lung tissues to stay healthier. Specifically, it can stimulate the production of interleukin cells which decreases the risk of asthma inflammation.

Gomay Ras

Gomay Ras causes a temporary low state of inflammation in the lungs that somehow dampen the immune system's response to allergens.

Cow Ghee

Cow ghee not only keeps the body warm but also treats common cold, cough and breathing problems. Ghee is rich in antioxidants and acts as an aid in the absorption of vitamins and minerals from other foods.

Amla Green

Amla green is very high in vitamin C which helps in improving immunity and tolerance to asthma. Its anti-inflammatory properties play a vital role in the reduction of the severity of asthma attacks.


Ashwagandha provides a range of health benefits in reducing inflammation and anxiety. These benefits help fight diseases including asthma. Ashwagandha root extract could enhance a person's cardiorespiratory endurance.

Dalchini Powder

Cinnamaldehyde, one of the main active components of this herb may help fight various kinds of lung infection. It has been shown to effectively treat respiratory tract infections caused by fungi. It helps to remove phlegm from the throat and gives the immune system a boost.

Elaichi Powder

Elaichi Powder has an antimicrobial and antiseptic active ingredient called cineole which helps prevent any bacterial infection that could directly or indirectly damage the lungs. This is especially helpful for people who are asthmatic. It makes breathing easier by enhancing blood circulation within the lungs. It also fights related inflammation by soothing the mucus membranes.


Shatavari helps in the treatment of respiratory disorders which can help asthma patients. The Shatavari root effectively treats a cough and cold. It may help strengthen a person’s immune system.


We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.

Quality of Life

Remedy with cow urine brings accurate fitness and maintains the doshas in order. Today as an end result of our medication human beings are continuously enhancing their health. It improves the condition of their day-to-day life. Ayurvedic drugs alongside cow urine can serve as a complementary remedy to limit a range of reactions that come from the usage of heavy doses, mental pressure, radiations and chemotherapies. We inform humans how to live a joyful and anxiety-free life with an untreatable disorder if any. Thousands of human beings live a balanced lifestyle after taking our remedy and it’s a big achievement for us to provide them a life they dream of. 

Complication Prevention

In Ayurveda, cow urine has a special position that is often said to be helpful for illnesses like asthma. Our years of painstaking work prove that by using our herbs, almost all complications of asthma vanish. Sufferers tell us that they notice a big relief in chest pain, difficulty in breathing and asphyxia, tiredness, control and balance hormonal and chemical changes in the body, and improve the patient’s immune system that works favorably for other asthma complications.

Life Expectancy

If we are concerned about life expectancy, cow urine treatment itself is a lot of promise. Any disorder, whether minor or critical, has a negative effect on the health of a person and lasts for a period of years, often for life. Life expectancy is brief until the condition is identified, but not with cow-urine treatment. Not only does our ancient therapy comfort the illness, but it also enhances the longevity of the person without leaving any contaminants in his body and this is our ultimate objective.

Reducing Drug Dependency

“Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, Sarve santu niramayah, Sarve bhadrani pashyantu, Maa kaschit dukha bhag-bhavet”, its capacity let all be happy, let all be free from disease, let all see the truth, may no-one experience suffering. By following this proverb, we prefer our society to be like this. Our remedy accomplishes this by way of giving reliable treatment, enhancing life expectancy and decreasing the drug dependency of affected people. Our remedy has greater benefits and nil risks than any psychological therapies available in this current world.

Reducing Recurrence Chances

In comparison to wide-ranging general practice, we concentrate on the underlying cause of the disease and causes that may increase the chances of recurrence of the disease rather than relying exclusively on disease control. We are effectively decreasing recurrence rates by implementing this approach and providing a different path to the lives of people so that they can live their lives mentally and physically in a healthier way.

Causes of Asthma

Normally, due to swelling and shrinkage in the respiratory tubes, a serious disease like asthma arises in which many reasons for this condition may be responsible for daily routine which gradually play its important role in giving rise. Asthma disease can be caused due to many reasons, but it is necessary to find those reasons because without knowing the cause we will not know whether this disease is actually asthma or something else. Factors responsible for asthma disease are:

  1. Genetically transmitted disease

One major reason for having asthma disease is to reach other family members from one generation to another by the person suffering from asthma. Due to some problems or changes in DNA, the risk of getting such disease is often increased. However, in such circumstances, the disease usually occurs in the same way but the level, symptoms, causes and consequences of this disease also changes due to the changing phase of the age and the ability of the body to change itself.

  1. Allergic Reactions 
  • Influence of airways by dust particles present in the air

Asthma disease is the result of reaction in the body due to dust particles present in the air. These dust particles block the passage of air coming out of the airways after entering through the mouth and nose and the person suffocates and it’s  hard for him to breathe properly.

  • Highest level of allergy

Due to the presence of anything in the air, when our body’s immune system reacts exceptionally to any external substances it is a kind of allergy. When the fine particles in the air enter in our body, it affects the lungs and respiratory tubes and causes asthma disease. These particles can be in any form such as finely dusted clay particles, wheat grains of paddy, fine hairs of a pet or existing particles of some kind of chemicals.

  • Damage to respiratory tract due to strong smell

Extremely strong odour causes weak lungs and trachea to become infected and the person does not breathe properly. The smell of perfumes, incense sticks, strong chilli, harmful chemicals, acids etc., when a person with a weak lung inhales these strong odours, he constantly sneezes and coughs and it causes the risk of their lungs becoming infected. 

3. Excessive use of heavy medicines

Sometimes if the right disease is not caught or due to small infection and disease, it is treated with heavy medicines which causes the disease to be cured, but due to the side effects of the reaction of those heavy medicines, it directly affects our body. Any of these medicines taken in the treatment for any pain or  cure cough, fever and colds become fatal to the body and cause asthma. 

4. Food Supplement 

If a person has food allergy, he may have asthma. Some foods in the food supplement that react in the body, produce symptoms that are capable of causing asthma. This allergy can be very serious and sometimes it can even kill a person. If a person is allergic to food, it is possible that asthma can become an important part of their life that he needs to find out. There are many foods that can cause allergy. They are:

  • Wheat 
  • Peanut
  • Coconut 
  • Mustard 
  • Spleen
  • Eggs
  • Millet
  • Soyabean
  • Milk & milk products 
  • Dry fruits 
  • Fish

If a person is allergic to any of the food items, he should avoid eating all these foods and should know that these things will also increase his chances of having asthma.

5. Smoke & Smog 

People who are addicted to cigarette smoking continuously for many years, such people have more chances of having asthma. Slowly, their lungs start to weaken and the mucus cough starts continuously. If a woman is about to become a mother and is smoking cigarettes, in such a time it will have a detrimental effect on her child as well as that child may also be born with weak lungs and also have to suffer from asthma in his life

Any type of smog that comes out of cigarettes, vehicles, chemical factories, incense sticks or burning waste material reaches our lungs and blocks our breathing process and the problem of stretching in breathing tubes arises

6 Inflammation & Infection 

Our lungs start swelling, blocking the passage of respiratory tracts and attacks of asthma if we inhale strong odor, smoke or smog. This problem of sinusitis can also cause a person to have an asthma attack. This is a type of nasal problem in which the passage of the pores in the nose which helps in breathing becomes blocked due to some reason.  

7. Physical Activity & Mental Stress

If a person suffers from asthma and starts exercising continuously, it causes a deep shock to their body and there is a gradual contraction in the lungs and respiratory tubes and that person gets an attack of asthma. To keep the body strong, heavy exercise is done for hours, it causes them to feel stretch and pain in the lungs and they have trouble breathing. 

Stress is a common thing in the kind of person living today but when this stress becomes so much then a person loses control of his physical and mental condition. In such a situation this mental stress remains for a long time that puts a bad effect on their body. In such a situation, the person laughing, crying, being happy or sad and thinking more, every situation has its side effects on their brain and body which directly hits their asthma.


Prevention from Asthma

Prevention of asthma is often considered to be very important as it rises to a small level and takes a serious form if ignored. To prevent asthma, the sufferer has to adopt various measures such as:

Protecting from dusty soil allergies as much as possible

Try to avoid taking so much stress

Taking appropriate medicines for any other disease to avoid side effects

The practice of yoga and exercise has to be done on a daily basis

Taking steps to ensure that the level of asthma is properly checked and treated accordingly

Making a habit of living in pure air and away from chemicals and polluted areas

Understanding and keeping correct information about your allergy, keeping symptoms in mind and avoiding getting affected

Get vaccinated periodically

Symptoms of Asthma

If someone is suffering from asthma his symptoms are revealed only by his breathing process due to contraction and swelling in his respiratory tubes. Many symptoms of asthma can be revealed in a person like:

  • Difficulty in breathing and asphyxia

The first and foremost symptom of asthma is sensed in the event of shortness of breath. If a person suspects of having an asthma disease or if he has an asthma attack, he has to breathe hard to check his breathing. 

  • Sweating and shivering 

Due to suffocation sufferers suffering from asthma, a person starts feeling restless and nervous, he starts sweating and trembling hands and body. A person starts to lose control of himself and he constantly tries to breathe. Such conditions are sufficient to detect the symptoms of asthma.

  • Body fatigue

Early tiredness of the body can also be a symptom of asthma. In such a situation, the person gets tired of doing any small work and tiredness persists throughout the day and heaviness occurs in the body. In such a situation, the person starts breathing fast. In these circumstances, he can’t walk fast, run or climb up the stairs.

  • Feeling of heaviness in the head

Due to the narrowing of the lungs and blocking the passage of the airways, a person is not able to breathe properly which has a direct effect on his brain and he feels heaviness in the head. There is a kind of pressure in the head, the nerves start to stretch and the veins start to swell if a person is asthmatic.

  • Severe chest pain and rapid heartbeat

Severe pain starts in a person’s chest when he gets an asthma attack. This pain remains constant for the whole day or a few days. Due to the inhalation of the person, the extent of panic increases so much that his heartbeat also becomes faster than normal and sometimes this condition becomes more serious. 


Types of Asthma. 

Asthma disease is neither the same in every asthmatic nor the symptoms. Asthma can happen to anyone at any point of age whether it is children, older, female or male. There are also different types of asthma that can be treated properly according to their symptoms. These types are:

  • Genetic Asthma 

Family history becomes a risk factor for asthma involving different genes. Genetic asthma is a type of genetically progressive asthma in which genes are transferred from one generation to another and then to the third generation and then react accordingly. These reactions of asthma can be due to any allergies, habits and physical deficiencies. If the father has asthma, it is not necessary that his son or daughter also has asthma, but his grandchildren have asthma.

  • Allergic Asthma 

If a person is allergic to something like dust, dirt, smell, smoke, fine particles or any food item, there are breathing problems such as persistent cough, cold, nasal congestion or sneezing. It is known as allergic asthma. It is the most common type of asthma. Most children have this type of allergy. 

  • Chronic cough and cold Asthma 

It is common for any person to have a cough or cold. But when these coughs and colds become chronic or have been going on for a long time, it increases the swelling in the lungs and infects the lungs which cause trouble in breathing. Lungs become weak and constant dry and mucus cough and constant watery discharge come from the nose. Their bacteria reach inside the body to damage the lungs. 

  • Vocational Asthma 

It is known as occupational asthma when a person starts having asthma attacks due to his working space. If a person has any type of allergy due to the environment of his place of work, his asthma can emerge. The polluted air of the environment, dusty soil, factory smoke, poisonous gases etc. cause human beings to damage their lungs and respiratory tract. Apart from this, due to excessive work stress, one also gets asthma attacks. 

  • Physical Exertion Asthma 

Asthma due to physical exhaustion is that type of asthma in which human’s physical work is more. Normally, exercising causes more tiredness in the human body and at that time they come to know the symptoms of asthma. At the time of exercise or after hours, a person starts feeling constricted in the respiratory tract. During that time the person starts coughing continuously and the chest starts to get heavy and the breath starts blooming. 

Complications of Asthma

The contraction and swelling in the airways causes trouble in breathing

Inability to detect asthma levels, side effects of medicines worsen the condition

Lack of energy

Tightness and mucus in the chest due to persistent cough

Stress and anxiety

Lack of sleep and restlessness throughout the day

Heaviness of the chest increases gradually.



What are the 5 symptoms of asthma?

Common signs and symptoms of asthma include: Shortness of breath, cough, chest tightness or pain, wheeze (a whistling sound when you breathe), waking at night due to asthma symptoms.

What is the cause of asthma?

Common asthma triggers include: Infections like sinusitis, colds, and the flu. Allergens such as pollens, mold, pet dander, and dust mites. Irritants like strong odours from perfumes or cleaning solutions.

Can asthma go away with exercise?

Physical activity can be more difficult when you have asthma. But in fact, regularly getting your heart rate up through exercise can actually improve your asthma symptoms by: improving your lung function, helping you control your asthma.

Can asthma be naturally cured?

With all the studies on alternative medicine and natural remedies, you may wonder if there's a natural cure for asthma. Unfortunately, there is no cure for asthma at this point.

Is asthma curable in Ayurvedic medicine?

Asthma cannot be cured instantly, but its symptoms and breathing trouble can be reduced significantly.

What is asthma?

Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition characterized by inflammation of the airways, leading to symptoms like wheezing, shortness of breath, and coughing. Jain's Cow urine therapy provides holistic Ayurvedic solutions to manage asthma symptoms.

How is Asthama caused?

Asthma can be triggered by various factors, such as allergens, pollution, and stress. Jain's Cowurine Therapy recognizes the multifactorial nature of asthma causation.

Can Ayurvedic treatments from Jain's Cow urine therapy replace conventional asthma medications?

Ayurvedic treatments from Jain's Cow urine therapy can complement conventional medications. Consult with healthcare professionals to determine the best integrative approach.

How long does it take to see results with Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies?

The duration to see results varies among individuals. Consistent use of Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies, along with lifestyle adjustments, is key for optimal benefits.

Are there specific triggers that Jain's Cow urine therapy's remedies address?

Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies are designed to address various triggers, including allergens and environmental factors, providing comprehensive asthma management.

Can Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies be used for pediatric asthma?

Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic solutions are designed to cater to individuals of all age groups, including children, with utmost safety in mind. Nevertheless, seeking guidance from a healthcare professional is imperative to receive personalized recommendations.Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic solutions are designed to cater to individuals of all age groups, including children, with utmost safety in mind. Nevertheless, seeking guidance from a healthcare professional is imperative to receive personalized recommendations.

How does stress impact asthma, and how can Jain's Cow urine therapy help manage stress-related symptoms?

Stress can exacerbate asthma symptoms. Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies include stress management techniques to provide a holistic approach to asthma care.

Can dietary changes enhance the effectiveness of Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies?

Yes, dietary changes can complement Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies. A balanced diet may support respiratory health, and our experts can guide you on suitable modifications.

Can Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies be used during an asthma attack for immediate relief?

While Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies are designed for long-term management, specific formulations may offer relief during mild episodes. Seek emergency medical assistance for severe attacks.

How does Jain's Cow urine therapy recommend managing asthma during different seasons?

Jain's Cow urine therapy provides seasonal management tips in conjunction with Ayurvedic remedies to help individuals navigate asthma triggers associated with different weather conditions.

Can Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies improve lung function over time?

Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies aim to support overall respiratory health, potentially contributing to improved lung function. Consistency in usage is key for lasting benefits.

Can Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies be used alongside other asthma treatments?

Jain's Cow urine therapy's Ayurvedic remedies can complement other asthma treatments. Coordination with healthcare providers ensures a well-integrated approach for comprehensive asthma management.

How can Jain's Cow urine therapy support individuals in creating an asthma action plan?

Jain's Cow urine therapy offers guidance in developing personalized asthma action plans, incorporating Ayurvedic remedies, lifestyle adjustments, and emergency protocols for effective asthma management.

How do Jain's Cow urine therapy Asthma Care Capsules contribute to asthma management?

Jain's Cow urine therapy Asthma Care Capsules incorporate a blend of organic components that enhance the well-being of the respiratory system and aid in the control of asthma indicators.

Can these capsules be used as a preventive measure against asthma attacks?

Blending a selection of natural elements, Jain's Cow urine therapy Asthma Care Capsules aid in the maintenance of respiratory well-being and the effective control of symptoms associated with asthma.

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