According to Ayurveda, this ailment is caused by a blockage of the srotas or moment body channels. The mutravahasrotas, which are involved with this instance, transport pee and control fluid flow into and out of the kidneys. On the off chance that the approaching srotas are blocked, the kidneys are deprived of water and shrivel. Swelling occurs regardless of whether the active channels are inhibited. Punanarva, for example, is a powerful Ayurvedic herb that helps clear these channels, reduce edema, and revitalize the kidneys. Ayurvedic treatment focuses on fortifying the kidneys, restoring their filtration limit, and improving their overall function. This type of treatment has the potential to eliminate the need for dialysis. Tissue damage can be prevented and repaired by Rasayana medications, according to Ayurvedic principles of illness management, because they have the power to improve tissue characteristics and hence boost tissue resistance. On the other hand, the blockage can be eliminated using Lekhana medicines that scrape clogged channels. GoksuradiGuggulu(combined Ayurvedic preparation) is Rasayana for MutravahaSrotas, and it also has Lekhana (scraping) effect because of Guggulu (CommiphoraMukul). Varunadikvath is also helpful to relieve the Kapha and Vatadoshas. Rasayanchurna has Rasayan properties. Niruhabasti is a minor alternative to dialysis.