The principle behind Ayurveda is the belief that any kind of disease or ailment will never occur unless the individual is constitutionally weak, and are vulnerable to such attacks. Mainly, the kidney (Kapha) is responsible for managing all watery wastes inside our system, whereas Vata governs all waste materials outside. So when these two doshas get imbalanced, we start feeling it as swelling in body parts due to the accumulation of fluid underneath them (edema), formation of internal abscesses where bacteria start multiplying rapidly. But internal abscess can also be caused by nematodes/worms which take shelter in the liver or intestines and live on your food inside your intestine; these parasites cause poison while they live there, and once they are killed, the poison gets accumulated inside the intestine making it ulcerated, which again boils down to infection and formation of an internal abscess.
Ayurveda believes that body is the best 'doctor' and will always try to cure itself if we provide it with a healthy environment. In order for ayurvedic treatment to be effective, first of all the patient has to remove himself from his current surroundings which are basically the causes for his ailment; the next step is cleansing (i.e. pUraka) our system of toxins by means of herbal medicines or diet and fasting.
An internal abscess is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The term "abscess" can be used to describe any condition in which there are signs or symptoms of infection within an organ, tissue or cavity. However, if internal abscesses do not rupture through the skin and contain no inflammation they may not cause any pain at all. Internal abscesses often develop after a cut or puncture wound becomes infected – such infections can occur when you have surgery without using sterilized equipment. If bacteria from the site of your injury enter your bloodstream and spread throughout your body it causes sepsis (severe blood poisoning). Internal abscesses are also common following bite wounds that become infected with animal or human bites because broken teeth can spread bacteria into surrounding tissues and the bloodstream. Internal abscesses are a particularly serious problem for people with Diabetes and AIDS because their immune systems do not fight infections as well as healthy bodies do.
Where does internal abscess occurs commonly?
Internal abscesses are most commonly found in the lung, liver, kidney, spleen and bone. These organs tend to be located deep within the body making it trickier for doctors to diagnose internal abscesses as opposed to external ones that can be spotted. In fact, they may not even know you have one until they start surgery or do tests on your internal organs. An inflamed appendix is another site where an internal abscess may occur since it is a protrusion from the bowel wall. The spine is also a common site of this type of infection due to their proximity with bacteria in the digestive system. However, internal abscesses can occur anywhere inside of the body because germs can find their way into any tissue gap or cell orifice. When they do not cause an infection, internal abscesses are also known as "non-caseating granulomas".