Successful Ayurvedic Treatment of Multiple Food Intolerances with Allergy March of a 41 years NRI Residing in Australia – A Case Study

Successful Ayurvedic Treatment of Multiple Food Intolerances with Allergy March - A Case Study

Food Intolerances with  Allergic March are becoming common health problems which are difficult to diagnose and still difficult to treat but Ayurveda can treat these allergies effectively as guidelines in Ayurvedic texts are available for their successful management without any adverse effect. 


Allergy is defined as a disorder in which the body becomes hypersensitive to particular antigen, which provokes characteristic symptoms whenever they are subsequently encountered whether inhaled or ingested.  According to Ayurveda, allergic reactions are reflective of our constitutions, when the predominant doshas are aggravated. Food Allergy is an allergy manifested by an abrupt onset of symptoms within minutes to hours after ingesting a particular type of food. Various allergic reactions can be correlated in Ayurveda as these are explained in Ayurvedic texts. Some foods are known to cause toxic effects and adverse reactions in some individuals. The abnormal food reaction could be either due to food hypersensitivity, food allergy or food intolerance. A 41-year-old male Indian patient residing in Australia approached IAFA® with gastrointestinal imbalance and allergic response to multiple foods specifically protein like dals, chana, soy etc. that cause hypersensitivity reaction causing symptoms like bloating, headache, joint pain, brain fog that would take 2-3 days to recover from the past 10-12 years and was on immunotherapy. This blog aims to present the successful Ayurvedic treatment of food intolerance/allergies, skin allergy treatment, seasonal allergic rhinitis treatment by IAFA® as the patient got relief within 3 months of the treatment under the supervision of Dr. Gupta. 

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Ayurvedic Concept of Allergy

Ayurveda has explained various types of diseases or symptoms that are similar to “allergy”. The Ayurvedic concept maintains that allergens such as pollen, dust etc. trigger symptoms in susceptible people but they are not the primary cause of allergies. Instead, it is a spectrum involving all the three doshas in pathogenesis along with Rasadhatu as the main Dushya. Various conditions like Asatmya Ahara (unwholesome food), Viruddhahara (incompatible food) and Dushavisha (a type of internal toxin) are common etiological factors which can be correlated with various allergic conditions. 

Case Report

  • Name: Inderjeet Chabbra
  • Age: 41 years
  • Gender: Male
  • Address: Australia
  • UID: 6420
  • Date of Consultation: 26/08/2021

The Patient had the Following Symptoms:

  • Digestive issues: The hypersensitivity reaction like bloating, headache, joint pain, brain fog after consumption of dals, chana, soy etc.
  • Respiratory issues: Seasonal nasal allergies and having allergic responses to environmental allergens like ragweed, pollen etc. 
  • Skin issues:  Last 2 toes of right foot flare up due to prolonged hypersensitive reactions in the body and become itchy, sores, oozing while scratching.

Past Treatment History: Appendectomy

Allergen: Food Allergens like lentils, milk and dairy products, yeast, tree nuts, peanuts, capsicum, brinjal, meat, poultry and seafood, environmental allergens like pollen, grasses.

Treatment Plan

The following treatment was started on 26/08/2021 under the supervision of Dr. Gupta at IAFA®.  The patient was analyzed by following Ayurvedic principles and it was observed that the patient had symptoms of formation of Amavisha, so Amapachana was suggested along with other medication. The patient was advised to continue the internal medication and external treatment for a period of 1 month with a follow-up on 26/09/2021.

External Procedures

1. Pratimarsh Nasya Karma with Nasal All Clear X Drops

Internal Treatment

2. Aahar Amrutham Gulika 750 mg

3. Anthram Mithram Gulika 400 mg

4. Pitpapra Capsules 500 mg

5. Aahar Amrutham Chai

External Application Medications

6. IAFA AF-7 Bar

7. IAFA AF – 7 Cream

8. IAFA AF-7 Powder

Method of Usage/Dosage

  1. Nasal All Clear X Drops: 2-4 drops to be instilled bilaterally twice a day early morning and bedtime.
  2. Aahar Amrutham Gulika 750 mg: 2 tablets twice a day to be taken twice a day after meals with lukewarm water.
  3. Anthram Mithram Gulika 400 mg: 1 tablet to be taken twice a day after meals with lukewarm water.
  4. Pitpapra Capsules 500 mg: 1 capsule to be taken twice a day early morning on an empty stomach and early evening with water.
  5. Aahar Amrutham Chai: 1 teaspoon (2.5 g approx.) for 1 cup of tea twice a day.
  6. IAFA AF-7 Bar: Apply IAFA AF-7 Bar on the affected part or whole-body during bathing. After application, wash with light warm water. 
  7. IAFA AF-7 Cream: Apply twice or thrice a day over the affected area. 
  8. IAFA AF-7 Powder: Apply as water-based paste for 15-20 minutes before taking a bath on an affected area. 


  • Intake of lactose free milk, non-dairy creamers, light and easily digestible food, rice water, fresh fruits and vegetables were recommended to the patient.
  • Dairy products such as milk, cream cheese, soft cheeses, high fat foods like butter, coconut, margarine, greasy food, alcohol and caffeinated drinks like beer, liquor, soda, coffee, spicy food, packaged and preserved food should be avoided. 

After one month of treatment, the subjective improvement in the signs and symptoms were observed such as – itching, bloating etc. showing a good prognosis.

Seeing improvement, the patient was treated on the same line of treatment for another one month. The patient was asymptomatic after taking the same medication for another one month.

After one month, the follow-up was carried out. The patient was advised to continue the same medication to prevent recurrence. The patient was quite happy as there was complete relief in his condition and he felt quite energetic. The patient was quite satisfied with the treatment and left IAFA® with a happy note. 

No adverse events were witnessed during the treatment. 

It is observed that chronic allergy in the present case was successfully managed within three months, indicating Ayurvedic treatment as an effective and safe treatment modality for the management of allergy march.

Below is a Happy Note from the Patient:

If you are suffering from any allergies or allergy-like symptoms, do yourself a favor and book an appointment with Dr. Sahil Gupta from IAFA.

I don’t often put in a strong recommendation like this on Google but IAFA and especially Dr. Gupta deserves my strong recommendation. He is highly experienced and his focus on patient well-being and care is something I have not experienced anywhere else (trust me, I have consulted many doctors and specialists in my life).”


The successful management of Allergies in Ayurveda entails a prescription of personalized diet, lifestyle along with internal and external medication for successful food allergy ayurvedic treatment, skin allergy successful treatment and allergic rhinitis successful treatment.  IAFA® treatment for food intolerances and allergies involves an extensive approach and aims to strengthen the body’s immune system. IAFA® follows an individualized approach, depending on the condition presented by the patient, Dr. Gupta, an eminent Ayurvedic practitioner selects the appropriate treatment. 

The treatment plan is often tailored toward the individualized aspects surrounding a patient’s life in order to bring doshas into a more perfect harmony. If you are suffering from any kind of allergy, get authentic Ayurvedic treatment right away as Ayurvedic treatment is beyond mere symptom management. You can call or WhatsApp us to book an appointment with Dr. Gupta for food allergy treatment, skin allergy successful treatment, allergic rhinitis ayurvedic treatment and allergies of various etiologies.