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Facial Paralysis Natural Treatments



A good Ayurvedic treatment for facial paralysis is the local application of Bala (Sidi cordifolia) oil, Narayan (Asparagus racemosus) oil and Chandan-Bala-Laxadi oil.

If you swish with mouth wash and gargle with lukewarm water, you will see an improvement in your facial paralysis.


There are several Ayurvedic treatments for facial paralysis that work wonders.  Try Yograj Guggulu, Trayodashang Guggulu, Vata Vidhvansa Rasa, Sameerpannag Rasa, Brihat Vata Chintamani, Tapyadi Loha, Dashmoolarishta and Bhallatakasava.  Additional Ayurvedic treatments include herbal medicines.  Be sure to try Guggulu (Commiphora mukul), Nirgundi, Dashmool, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) and Kuchila (Purified Strychnos nuxvomica).


There are natural remedies for facial paralysis for refractory patients as well.  For patients that do not respond to other treatments, blood letting from a nearby vein and leech therapy have proven to be effective against facial paralysis.


To treat facial paralysis with diet, it is advised to consume, milk, ghee, butter, mutton soup and black gram.


Herbs offer a wonderful home remedy for facial paralysis by fostering optimal functioning of the nervous system.  These herbs include St. John's Wort, Valerian and Avena sativa.  Facial paralysis can also be treated using homeopathically prepared Aconite, Causticum, dulcamara and Gelsemium.


Facial paralysis can be treated naturally by increasing your intake of B vitamins, including B12 and B6.  Zinc supplements also aid in promoting nerve growth.


Facial paralysis can occur when exposed to extremely cold wind.  An excellent and effective homeopathic treatment for this is Aconitum napellus.


If you have tight, stuff, twitching or paralyzed facial muscles, agaricus is a wonderful homeopathic treatment.


It is important to know what symptoms to look for when experiencing facial paralysis.  If you experience overwhelming weakness, coldness, or an inability to move (especially on the left side of your face), you will find that Cadmium sulphuratum is a fantastic facial paralysis home remedy.

gradually is causticum.  You may find that it is difficult to move your jaw, and you may find yourself accidentally biting your cheeks and tongue.  These symptoms are often accompanied by weakness and restlessness.  Someone experiencing these symptoms along with facial paralysis should be kept warm.


A homeopathic treatment that works very well for facial paralysis is ammmonium phosphoricum.  When facial paralysis is an acute case, it is commonly accompanied with sneezing and an excessively runny nose.  Eyes are typically inflamed, but the inflammation will decrease as the day goes on.

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