Dasamoolarishtam Uses, Ingredients, Dose, Side Effects, Research

Dashmoolarishta is a liquid Ayurveda medicine, used in the treatment of anemia, after delivery care of mother, cold, cough, digestive disorders etc. Dasamoolarishtam contains about 5 – 7 % of self generated natural alcohol in it. This self generated alcohol and the water present in the product acts as a media to deliver water and alcohol soluble the active herbal components to the body. Also called as Dasamularishtam.

Dosage

12 – 24 ml. one or two times a day, usually advised after food.
If needed, equal quantity of water can be added before consumption. Can also be taken in repeated doses.

What is the maximum dose of Dashamularishta per day?
30-40 ml per day. But for this high dose, one should consult an Ayurveda doctor directly. Self medication with such a high dose can lead to severe complications.

Adjuvant: Musk or Vayugulika is taken by mixing with this.

How long to use?
Based on doctor’s prescription, this medicine can be used for several months.

With western medicines
Seek your doctor’s advice if you are taking this product along with other western (allopathic/modern) medicines. Some Ayurvedic herbs can interact with modern medicine.
If both Ayurvedic and allopathic medicines are advised together, then it is best to take allopathic medicine first, wait for 30 minutes and then, after a gap of 15 – 30 minutes, take Ayurvedic medicine or as directed by the physician.

Can this be used while taking Homeopathic medicine?
Yes. This product does not react with homeopathic medicine.

With supplements like multivitamin tablets, Omega 3 fatty acids etc?
Yes. Generally, this product goes well with most of the dietary supplements. However, if you are taking more than one product per day, please consult your doctor for an opinion.

Benefits

  • Indigestion, lack of taste, respiratory conditions, fistula, in diseases of Vata imbalance, vomiting, anemia, liver diseases, skin diseases, hemorrhoids, urinary tract conditions, cough, jaundice.
  • It is used as a general health tonic.
  • Dasamoolarishta is also used for ladies having problem with conception and pregnancy.
  • It improves immunity and strength.
  • It is usually known for digestive, carminative, anti flatulent, anti inflammatory and analgesic benefits.
  • It is the reason the formulation is widely used by the practitioners in body ache, joint pain, abdominal pain, gaseous distention of abdomen etc.
  • It is useful in mid cycle spotting, painful periods with heavy bleeding.

Dasmularista for arthritis:
It is very good anti inflammatory medicine. Hence, it is useful to reduce pain and swelling related with osteoarthritis.

For Rheumatoid arthritis –
RA is considered as Amavata in Ayurveda. Here, digestion and metabolism correction is required along with joint care.
Dashamoolarista boosts digestion and metabolism. Not only that, it also helps to keep the joints (and whole body) warm. It improves flexibility of joints. Hence, it is ideal to use it for treating Rheumatoid arthritis.

Doctors also use this for the treatment of
Auto immune hashimoto thyroiditis

It is useful to promote strength of bones and joints.
It acts as an excellent anti inflammatory and analgesic mediicne.
It is used for the treatment of ankle pain, ankle twitch, slipped disc, sprain, back spasm, backache, back injury, stiffness of muscles, Coccyx pain

Partially useful in (other medications might be required)
Avascular necrosis
Sensory-neural hearing loss
Hypothyroidism
Ankylosing spondylitis
Pain related to SLE

Diet

Avoid deep fried foods, heavy-to-digest non veg foods, fast foods and aerated drinks, smoking and excess alcohol. These can irritate stomach and intestinal lining. These also may increase Tridosha.  

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Can Dashamularista be given to children below 3 years age?
Doctor’s prescription is needed for its administration below 3 years. If it all prescribed, it is below 2 – 3 ml mixed with 5 – 10 ml water per day.

Pharmacological properties:
Taste – sweet, bitter, astringent, pungent
Qualities – strong, piercing, hot, light (laghu, ushna, teekshna guna)
Vipaka – after digestion taste conversion – Ushna – Katu – pungent.
Veerya – potency – hot.

Action:
Deepana (carminative), Pachana (digestive),
Ruchya (appetizer), Vatanulomana (anti flatulent),
Shoolahara (anti spasmodic), Grahi (absorbant), Balya(tonic) etc.

Does it increase immunity?
Yes. It improves digestion strength, body strength and immunity (Ojas). This is the reason, it is prescribed to new mothers, after child birth.

Can it be used in Pitta persons?
If the doctor has suggested this, then yes. In a Pitta person, it may increase body heat and heart burn symptoms. Hence, it is diluted with equal amount of water, before administration.

Can it be taken for scanty periods and delayed periods?
Yes, usually it is advised for regularizing periods.

Traditional benefits

Traditionally,  this vedic medicine it is used in the treatment of following diseases. – Mal absorption syndrome, IBS -Grahani
Repiratory diseases, wheezing, asthma – Shwasa
Cough, cold – Kasa
Bloating, abdominal tumor – Gulma
Anal fistula – Bhagandara
Vata imbalance disorders, neurological disorders – Vatavyadhi
Tissue depletion, chronic respiratory disorders – Kshaya
Anemia – Panduroga
Liver disorders, jaundice- Kamala
Skin disorders – Kushta
Piles – Arsha
Urinary disorders, diabetes -Meha
Low digestion strength – Mandagni
Ascites – Udara
Urinary gravels – Sharkara
Urinary calculi – Ashmari
Difficulty in urination – Mutrakrichra
In emaciated, lean and weak person – Dhatukshaya
Improves nourishment in lean and weak – Krushaanaam pushtijanana
Useful in female infertility – Vandhyaanaam garbhada
Improves sperm and semen quality and quantity – Shukraprada
Improves immunity, strength – Balaprada

Side effects

High dose may cause burning sensation, stomach disturbances.
Excess dose or in some cases, taking without adding water may cause hemorrhoids or constipation due to spices in this formulation.
The formulation is not well recommended in Diabetes patients and with those who complaint of Pitta features like burning sensation, burning of the eyes, hot flushes etc. In case of profuse bleeding conditions also this is not advised

Is Dasamoolarishtam good during pregnancy? 
Dashamoolarishtam is not prescribed as a tonic during pregnancy. However, if it is prescribed as a medicine for a particular disease during pregnancy, it can be taken under medical supervision. But as a rule of thumb, lesser the medicines during pregnancy, better. Usually only iron and calcium supplements are administered and all other medicines are best avoided during pregnancy.

Can it cause constipation?
Usually it does not cause constipation. Some patients have observed worsening of piles with this medicine, when taken in very high dose.

Expiry date: 10 years from the date of manufacture.

Q:  I have acidity problem, can i use dasamoolarishtam as a medicine for that?
If you have bloating, gas, heaviness of stomach, low digestion strength, without burning sensation in stomach, then you can take Dasamoolarishtam – 10 ml, mixed with 10 ml water 2 times a day after food for 6 weeks time.

Dashamularishta after delivery (childbirth) to the mother:
It is recommended in initial 15 days to 3 months after delivery. In few of the cases it can be continued even for 4-5 months of delivery.

It helps to relieve pain and inflammation. In addition, it boosts the immunity. It also prevents from the common complaints like cold, fever, indigestion, loss of appetite and hunger etc.
Read related: Ayurvedic after delivery care of the mother

How long does it take to start showing results?
Depends on the dosage and other products suggested with this. Usually 1 – 2 weeks time.

Can this product be taken along with Allopathic medicines (English medicines)?
It may react with some medicines. Consult your doctor for the right advice. When English and Ayurvedic medicines are advised together, it is best to take English medicine first, give a gap of half an hour and then take Ayurvedic medicines.  

Can it be used in people with diabetes?
Yes. But an eye should be kept on the blood sugar level. Your doctor should help you in this regard. This product can alter blood sugar levels.

It is sold in plastic bottles. Is it fine? 
If the quality of the bottle material is very good, it should not be problem, if stored for a short period of time.

Can this be taken without consulting a doctor?
No. In many cases, this product alone might not work. More often this is given in combination with a few Ayurvedic medicines. Your Ayurveda practitioner will be the best judge to decide on those things.

Can one take non vegetarian food while taking this medicine?
Yes, unless your practitioner has asked to avoid it.

Is there any Pathya (diet rules to be followed while taking this product?
No product specific diet is mentioned. If the practitioner has advised diet control based on disease, one has to follow that.
Avoid excess spicy foods, junk foods, aerated drinks, frozen and canned foods

Can this be taken while taking multivitamin tablets?
Yes, generally. Your consulting doctor will be good judge on this topic.

Ingredients


Bilva (Bael), – Aegle marmelos – root / stem bark – 48 grams
Shyonaka (Oroxylum indicum) – root / stem bark – 48 grams
Gambhari (Gmelina arborea) – root / stem bark – 48 grams
Patala (Stereospermum suaveolens) – root / stem bark – 48 grams
Agnimantha (Premna mucronata) – root / stem bark – 48 grams
Shalaparni (Desmodium gangeticum) – root / whole plant – 48 grams
Prishnaparni (Uraria picta) –  root / whole plant – 48 grams
Brihati (Solanum indicum) –  root / whole plant – 48 grams
Kantakari (Solanum xanthocarpum) –  root / whole plant – 48 grams
Gokshura (Tribulus) – Tribulus terrestris –  root / whole plant – 48 grams

(Dashamoola drugs are altogether anti inflammatory, analgesic, stimulants, tonic , anti pyretic, and Vatakapha pacifiers.)

Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanica) – Root – 240 grams
Pushkaramoola (Inula racemosa) – Root – 240 grams
Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) – stem bark  / root – 192 grams
Guduchi (Indian tinospora) – stem – 192 grams
Amla – Indian gooseberry – fruit – 154 grams
Duralabha (Fagonia cretica) – whole plant – 115 grams
Khadira (Acacia catechu) – Heart wood – 77 grams
Bijasara (Pterocarpus marsupium) – heart wood – 77 grams
Pathya (Terminalia chebula) – Fruit – 77 grams
Kushta (Saussurea lappa) – Root – 19 grams
Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia) – Root – 19 grams
Devadaru (Cedrus deodara) – Heart wood – 19 g
Vidanga (Embelia ribes) – Fruit – 19 grams
Madhuka (licorice) – Root – 19 grams
Bharngi (Clerodendrum serratum) – Root – 19 g
Kapittha (Feronia limonia) – Fruit powder – 19 g
Bibhitaka (Terminalia bellirica) – fruit – 19 g
Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa) – Root – 19 g
Chavya (Piper retrofractum) – Stem – 19 g
Jatamansi (Nordostachys jatamansi) – Rhizome – 19 g
Priyangu (Callicarpa macrophylla) – Flower – 19 g
Sariva  (Hemidesmus indicus) – Root – 19 g
Krishnajeeraka (Carum carvi) – Fruit – 19 g
Trivrit (Operculina turpethum) – Root – 19 g
Nirgundi (Vitex negundo) – Seed – 19 g
Rasna (Pluchea lanceolata) – Leaf – 19 g
Pippali (long pepper) – Fruit – 19 g
Puga (Betel nut) – Seed  – 19 g
Shati (Hedychium spicatum) – Rhizome – 19 g
Haridra (Turmeric) – Rhizome – 19 g
Shatapushpa (Anethum sowa) – Fruit – 19 g
Padmaka (Prunus cerasoides) – Stem – 19 g
Nagakesara (Mesua ferrea) – Stamen – 19 g
Musta (Cyperus rotundus) – Rhizome – 19 g
Indrayava (Holarrhena antidysenterica) – seeds – 19 g
Karkatashrungi (Pistacia integerrima) – Gall – 19 g
Jivaka  (Pueraria tuberosa) (Official substitute) – Root – 19 g
Rishabhaka (Microstylis wallichii) – Root – 19 g
Meda  (Polygonatum cirrhifolium) – Root – 19 g
Mahameda  (Asparagus racemosus) (Official substitute) – Root – 19 g
Kakoli and ksheerakakoli  (Withania somnifera) (Official substitute) – Root – 19 g
Rddhi & Vriddhi (Dioscorea bulbifera) (Official substitute) – Root – 19 g
Water for decoction – 20 liters. Boiled and reduced to 5 liters.
Draksha  (Raisins) – Dried fruit – 600 grams
Water for decoction – 2.45 liters boiled and reduced to 1.84 liters
Honey – 307 grams
Guda  (Jaggery) – 3.8 kg
Dhataki (Woodfordia fruticosa) – Flower – 290 g
Kankola (Piper cubeba) – Fruit – 19 g
Jala (Coleus vettiveroides) – Root – 19 g
Chandana (Santalum album) – Heart wood – 19 g
Jatiphala  (Myristica fragrans) – Seed – 19 g
Lavanga (clove) – Flower bud – 19 g
Tvak  (Cinnamon) – Stem bark – 19 g
Ela (Cardamom) – Seed – 19 g
Patra (Cinnamomum tamala) – Leaf 19 g
Kataka Phala (Strychnos potatorum) – Seed – quantity sufficient.

(Chavya-Krishnajeeraka etc act as carminatives, anti pyretic and cholegogues; Pippali, Shati, Karkatakashringi etc expectorants and broncho-dilators)

Shloka – Sanskrit Verse

dasamoolarishtam

Reference: Sharangdhara Samhita Madhyama Khanda 10/78-92, Bhaishajyaratnavali.

Method of manufacturing

Two Kashayams – one with the first set of herbs and second with raisins. filter and keep them ready.
dissolve the jaggery, and filter it.
To it, add the rest of the ingredients. one after the other. Keep in air tight container for fermentation. Once after completion of fermentation, it is clarified with kataka seed and stored in air tight containers.

Q: It is being said that roots of ten plants are the main ingredients of Dasamoolarishtam. But, a large number of plants are listed here. The name itself proclaimes that ‘ I am an Arishta of ten roots’. How it happened?
Answer:
Main ingredient of Dasmularisht is the group of ten herbs. but it also contains other ingredients that are mentioned above.

Research


Bio activity study was done on aqueous extract of Dasamoolarishtam. It exhibited no inhibition to the growth of PPR and Reo virus in vero cell line.(1)

Anti-microbial screening: Dashamularishta was screened for antibacterial activity against Shigella flexneri, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc. Maximum efficacy of ethyl acetate extract was showed against Aspergillus niger(18mm)and Shigella flexneri (25mm).
Reference: Dashamularishta: Phytochemical and antimicrobial screening against effect of environmental pollution, Sudhanshu, Sandhya Mittal et al. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Applied Sciences, JECRC University 2, Jaipur-22, Rajasthan, India,
Published in international journal of pharmaceutical sciences and research

Phytochemical screening has proved the presence of reducing sugars, Flavonoids, Tannin, saponins.

Different references of Dashamularishta:
1. Dashamoolarishtha:
Sharngadhara samhita-Asavarishtha vijnaneeya adhyaya,
Bhaishajya ratnavali-Vajikarana
Gadanigraha-Asava prakarana
This is the most commonly used Dashamoolarishtha.

2. Sushruta samhita-Chikitsa sthana 6th Chapter
A variant of Dashamoolarishtha containing minimum number of ingredients like Dashamoola,Danti,Chitramoola and Hareetaki; the classical formulation does not contain musk in it.

3. Dashamoolasava:
Brihat nighantu ratnakara-Kshaya roga chikitsa
Yogaratnakara 7th chapter
This formulation even though referred as Asava (Dashamoolasava) infact it is prepared by the same method of Arishtha(by boiling the drugs-decoction method).This formulation is also possessing musk. In addition, this has the seeds of Dhattura (Datura metel).So such formulations should be prescribed with utmost caution as some may be susceptible for allergic manifestations or adverse reactions.

2.*Vangasena-Grahachikitsa
This is a simple recipe of Dashamoolasava and possesses less number of ingredients.In fact this has this formulation  even though contains Chitraka like any other Dashamoolarishtha or Dashamoolasava formulations,amount of Chitraka is less in this recipe and hence mild in action.

Among the above said references most commonly practiced one is the preparation referred in Sharngadhara samhita.

Kasturi (musk) mixed Dashamoolarishtha or Dashamoolarishtha special etc are quoted in the formulations now a days most of the pharmaceutical companies do not add Kasturi(Musk).

Even though few of the license holders who are rearing the musk deer sell the product directly to the ayurvedic pharmaceutical companies judging the genuineness will be very difficult for a common man. However a physician who practices the preparation in routine can identify the genuineness of the product my its smell, taste and action.
Otherwise purchase of such formulations with ‘heavy cost’ may not be justifiable.
Usually available Dashamoolarishtha do not possess Musk; inspite of that if all the ingredients are added good result can be expected.

Dashamoolarishtha referred with Sootika roga are also available in market. As such no classical recipe is present with this name. Instead, these are modified praparations of Dashamoolarishtha. In such preparations additional Jeeraka or Ajamoda or both ares added while preparimng the product.Few of the firms add 50% Jeerakarishtha for the above specified Dashamoolarishtha and advertise it as Dashamoolarishtha-Sootikarogartha.

In few south Indian states Balantha khada (indicated in Sootika roga – post delivery care) is added to Dashamoolarishtha and it is prescribed as specific Dashamoolarishtha recommended for puerperal period.
Read related: After Delivery Care Of Mother For First Three Months By Ayurveda

Doctor Experience

My experience with this formulation – Dr MS Krishnamurthy MD (Ayu), PhD
I use Dashamoolarishtha in several conditions where Vata-kapha doshas are in dominance. Also the formulation is of utmost use in Vata –Kapha predominant seasons and individuals.

In generalized body ache this is my drug of priority. Especially when the patients approach with the complaint of work exhaustion or body ache caused after heavy work this medicine alone is useful; in adults this can be given in the larger doses like 50-60 ml also, which will not cause any adverse reactions. But, are recommended to take the medicine with large amount of water.In severe muscular pain the condition can be managed by Dashamoolarishtha alone  or along with Yogaraja guggulu or Navajeevana rasa etc.

Lower abdomen pain, pain in the flanks and Low bach ache can be well managed with the combination of  Goksuradi guggulu or Punarnavadi guggulu followed with Dashamoolarishtha.

Neuro- muscular pain and abdominal distention are effectively treated by the combination of Mahadhanvantara vati followed with Dashamoolarishtha.

But any Vishatinduka (nux vomica) containing  formulation is to be administered along with this Arishtha it is always better to keep a gap of at least 10-15 minutes as in few cases warmth is complained by the patients and it is due to the heat generated due to the combination. However, if Kamadugha or Sootashekhara are associated this cannot be experienced by the patients.

Vatavidhwamsa rasa in combination with Dashamoolarishtha is effective in joint pain conditions.

Sitopaladi choorna followed with this arishtha helps to expel out the phlegm very well.

Distention of abdomen and heaviness of the head or head ache felt immediately after the heavy food can be managed by Dashamoolarishtha  followed by Dhanvantari vati. In association with Chitrakadi vati it reduces the complaint of abdominal bloating and loose stools.

In pedal edema and pain in the lower limbs the formulations acts well along with Chandraprabha vati or Punarnava mandoora.

Manufacturers


Sandu pharmaceuticals Ltd, Alva Pharmacy Mijar,
Doothpapeshwar, Vaidyaratnam, AVN,
Ashoka pharmaceuticals, Arya Vaidya Shala Kottakkal,
SNA Oushadhasala Pvt Ltd, Sitaram Ayurveda Pharmacy,
Dabur, Baidyanath, Divya pharmacy, Nagarjuna – Dashamoolarishtam

Baidyanath Dashmoolarishta special

Dashmoolarishta special is a proprietary medicine manufactured by Baidyanath. It is useful in the treatment of cough, nervous diseases, anemia, jaundice, indigestion, general weakness, prenatal tonic.

Ingredients of Dashmoolarishta special:
Dashmool – group of 10 drugs
Chitraka – Plumbago zeylanica
Lodhra – Symplocos racemosa
Pushkarmoola – Inula racemosa
Giloy – Guduchi – Tinospora cordifolia
Javasa – Alhagi camelorum
Khadira – Acacia catechu
Vijayasar – Pterocarpus marsupium
Triphala – Gooseberry, Chebulic myrobalan, Belleric myrobalan
Kust – Saussurea lappa
Manjishta – Rubia cordifolia
Devdaru – Cedrus deodara
Vidanga – Embelia ribes
Kabab chini – Piper cubeba
Chandan – Santalum album
Jaiphal – Myristica fragrans
Munakka – Vitis vinifera
Chaturjat –
Cinnamon – Twak – Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Patra – Cinnamomum tamala
Cardamom – Ela – Elettaria cardamomum
Nagakeshara – Mesua ferrea
Kasturi – Musk
Jaggery – Guda

Dosage of Dashmoolarishta special:
It can be given in the dose of 3 to 5 teaspoonful with equal quantity of water twice a day after meals.
Or as directed by the physician.

143 thoughts on “Dasamoolarishtam Uses, Ingredients, Dose, Side Effects, Research”

  1. Sir, M sufferring form neck stiffness from last 2 yrs, having no problem/pain in neck movement, only stiffness in muscles, so what to do?

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  2. sir i want to reduce my weight reasons of increase my weight is as follow

    first one miscarriage
    and second delivery through operation.

    can it works?

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  3. Hi, because it contains self generated alcohol, there are some restrictions in Europe. Please try in any Baba Ramdev Ashram / Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala shop or just with some Ayurveda doctor.

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  4. Dear madam, if the diabetes is well under control, then a teaspoon of this, two times a day can be taken, while continuing the medicine for diabetes.
    If the sugar levels are above 170, then it is not advisable to take this medicine.

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  5. After my delivery i took 1 bottle dashamoolarishta. How much dashamoolarishta is to be consumed? what are the advantages/ disadvantages for breastfeeding mothers?

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  6. Im just curious to know if Dasamoolarishtam can be used as a daily health tonic like Chavanaprash or is it purely a medicine?

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  7. hi doctor i am 3 months pregnant now.in my gtt test my glucose level is up to140.so doctor asked me to control food.doctor is it safe to drink amla juice during this time

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  8. Sir, am taking dasamoolarishtam and jeerakarishtam after my delivery how long to be taken and any food restrictions to follow

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  9. Please advise, whether it is advisable to take Dasamoolaristam and Dhraskharitam for those who are using ASPIRIN. Also, I am using Mansa Mithradhi vadakam regularly for many years. Will it interact with any problems.

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  10. I am travelling to India in November and heard this was a great remedy to avoid getting stomach upsets. is this true? How early should I start taking it? Thanks for your help!

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  11. can dasmaularishtam roots can be taken as a medicine for epilesy? Please reply. Please mention any other advice if possible. Thank you, Sir

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  12. Just need to know dashamoolaristham, Jeerakarishtam, danwanthari koyamb is banned in Saudi ARABIA or not. I am planing to carry this. Now a days most of medicines are banned in saudi

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  13. i feel my heart beat some times, and pulpitation also. early mornig normally its rythm is 70 and it is vary in a day sometimes h/r goes to 100 per min h/r.and pressure level also varying in a day. (100/70- 130/70 -100/60) (basically by birth i’ve parriot nail) how to srengthen my heart? is there any auyurvedha products? ofcourse my auyur dr said that this is not a major probs.

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  14. Doctor, I couldnt take any treatment after my delivery since I am in U.S.Its been 2 yrs. Recently I found that online I can buy dasamoolaarishta. Can it be taken now as a post natal care? If so how long should I take it? Or is there any other medicines or lehyam that would be better for me to take at this time?

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  15. Hi,
    I have been diagnosed as eartly stage of Cervical Spondylosis and Lumbar Spdondylosis. I do have some nectk stiffness and lower back pain since last 15 days, I went to alopathy doctor and after xray the eartly stage of both Cervical and Lumbar spondylosis has been detected. Alopathy doctor adviced me for 3 months treatment where every week there will be a Injection and tablets, and has advised to wear cervical collar. I have started the treatment, however I just wanted to know if Ayurveda has a complete cure for this?

    Also, as Dashmoolaristha’s one of the use is for Backpain can it be used to treat the spondylosis? as I have read that as per ayurveda the condition of spondylosis is vata dosha?

    I am in Mysore, these days it is getter harder to find a good ayurvedic doctor. Do you know anyone who is good ayurvedic doctor in Mysore where I can visit and take the treatment?

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      • Thank you for your valuable suggestion, I will try to contact them and shall have a consultation.As you delayed your reply, thanks anyway for your help.

        Raghu

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  16. it is not for weight loss. it is used in post-partum period so as to combat vata and facilitate uterus to reside to its normal size. give your body some exersice so as to reduce weight.

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  17. Good informations from doctor.Can doctor advice me the alternative treatment for Right side lingual Hernia without surgery.Also I ll be very happy if doctor prescribes me a oral medicine for stomach flattening/belly reduction. A person told me that Dhasamoolaarishtam is good for stomach flattening.pls advice me doctor.

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  18. Madam,Here are some remedies:
    •For an instant relief from the high acid take tender coconut water. A dose of 100 to 500 ml should be taken twice/day.
    •Take the powder of Amalaki in a dose of 3 to 6 g should be taken with 100 to 250 ml water twice/day. Amalaki is one of the best pacifier for the Pitta as well as the Kapha Dosha and also a rich source of Vitamin C- to heal the bruised stomach and esophagous due to the high production of the Acid in stomach.
    •Drink coriander and cumin tea,
    •Mixing two teaspoonfuls of ghee in a glassful of milk and taking this once a day acts as a liner inside the gut and will heal all the destruction caused by the high flow of Pitta
    •Fruits that will help you in getting relief from acidity are cucumber, watermelon, papaya, and banana.
    Some ayurvedic medicines:
    •Avipattikar churna
    •Narikel lavana

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  19. I am having fibroid in uterus and facing infertility issue since 6 years…My periods are painful and scanty… Please let me know if I can take dashmolarishta

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  20. Hi Doctor,
    I’m 5 months pregnant and having bone pains in fingers, toes and knees since a week.My doctor has suggested Dashamularishta for 7 days. Is it safe to take it?

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  21. Hi Sir
    I was having 37 days continuous fever and I made all the blood test , and PET , CT scan everything was normal in the report , and it cured its own after a week discharged from the hospital , Doctor made the report as “Fever of unknown origin or prolonged viral ?? “. Now I am ok and I had lost my weight about 9KG , will Dasamularishta help to gain weight and improve the immunity ? Please suggest .
    Thanks.

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      • Your information is totally wrong.whose made this act they have no idea about the basic science of asav & arista in Ayurveda.Please see Sarangadhar samhita 1/51-53, Charak samhita sutra sthan 27th chapter. In clinical practice it’s observed that effects of old asav,arista is better.

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  22. I am 24 and I started consuming Dashmularishta from today as my menstrual cycle is irregular and to improve my health.My neighbor recommended it to me.Is it okay if I continue with it?

    Can women after menopause take this syrup for better health?

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