Vasarishtam (Vasakadyarishtam) Uses, Ingredients, Dose And Side Effects

Vasarishtam is a famous Ayurvedic liquid medicine. Its main ingredient is Vasaka – Malabar nut. It is a ptoent mucolytic and anti asthmatic. Hence Vasakasava is used in many respiratory conditions. It is also known by the terms – Vasakasavam, Vasakasav, Vasakarishta, Vasarishta, vasarista, Vasakadyarishtam etc. Uses Vasarishtam uses:  It is used in the treatment … Read more

Rohitakarishta – Uses, Dose, Side effects And Ingredients

Rohitakarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine, used in the treatment of liver and spleen related disorders, digestive problem like sprue, etc. It is also known be the terms Rohitakarhstam, Rohitakarista, etc This product contains 5 – 10 % of self generated alcohol. Uses Rohitakarishta uses:  It is widely used to treat splenomegaly and other spleen related … Read more

Mritasanjeevani sura – Uses – Dose, Ingredients And Side Effects

Mritasanjeevani sura is a very special Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form. This product is hailed for its ability to help even a dying person. It is basically an Asava preparation. It means, it is an Ayurveda wine product and it contains self generated alcohol. Compared to other Asava products,  Mritasanjeevani Sura contains higher percentage of … Read more

Mrigamadasava – Uses, Dose, Side Effects And Ingredients

Mrigamadasava is a special Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form. Mrigamada means musk. It contains high percentage of self generated alcohol. As per the law, the maximum allowed packing size of Mrigamadasava is 15 ml only. It is also known by the terms Mrigamadasav, Mrigamadasavam etc. Uses Mrigamadasava  uses: It is used in the treatment of gastro-enteritis, … Read more

Mustharishtam – Uses, Dose, Ingredients And Side Effects

Mustharishtam is a very effective Ayurvedic medicine. It is a liquid product. Bitter sweet in taste. Mustarishta is used to treat digestive complaints like diarrhoea, indigestion, etc. It is also known by the terms – Mustakarishta, Mustarishta, Mustarishtam, Mustakadyarishta. Uses Mustarishtam uses: It is used in the treatment of digestive disorders. It helps to improve … Read more

Madhukasavam – Uses, Ingredients, Dose and Side Effects

Madhukasavam is an Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form. It is nourishing in nature. But this medicine should be taken only under strict medical supervision. It contains self generated alcohol – 5 – 10 %, which acts as natural preservative. Uses Madhukasavam uses: It is traditionally used in the treatment of emaciation, after chronic disease, tiredness, … Read more

Pippalyasavam Uses, Dosage, Side Effects And Ingredients

Pippalyasavam is a well known Ayurvedic medicine used in treatment of anemia, piles, etc. It is also known by the terms – Pippalyasava, Pippalyadyasava etc. It contains long pepper as the main ingredient. It is a liquid fermented preparation. Uses Pippalyadyasav uses: Pippalyasavam is used for a variety of conditions. It is used in the … Read more

Devadarvarishtam – Uses, Dose, Side Effects and Ingredients

Devadarvarishta is an Ayurveda medicine, traditionally used to treat skin diseases especially occurring due to complication of diabetes. Devadaru is the main herb in Devadarvarishta. Also called as Devadarvyarishtam. Uses Devadarvarishta uses: It is traditionally used in the treatment of skin diseases, diseases caused due to Vata imbalance, difficulty in passing urine and digestive diseases. Traditional uses:Chronic … Read more

Dantyarishta – Uses, Side Effects, Dose and Ingredients

Dantyarishta is a liquid Ayurvedic medicine mainly used in the treatment of hemorrhoids, constipation, gastric, intestine and spleen related diseases. It is an Ayurvedic Arishta type of medicine, a product of anaerobic fermentation. It is mainly used in vata disorders of digestive system. Uses Danthyaristam uses: Dantyarishta is used in the treatment of low digestion power, … Read more

Jeerakarishtam – Medicine For Ayurvedic Post Natal Care

Jeerakarishtam is an effective medicine used in Ayurveda post natal care. It is one of the medicines and often included as part of Ayurveda diet after delivery.  Jeerakarishtam is also known as jeerakadyarishta, Jirakadyarishtam, Jeerakadyarishtam, etc. Dose and adjuvant Jeerakarishtam dose: 12 ml, after food, two times a day for a period of 2 – 3 … Read more

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