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Dhatryarishta

Dhatryarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine coming under the category of Arishta Prakarana. Dhatryarishta is used to treat Pandu (Anemia), Hridroga ( Heart diseases), Vatarakta (Joint pains), Vishama Jwara (Fever), Kasa (Cough), Hikka (Hiccups), Aruchi (Loss of taste) and Swasa (Asthma).

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Devadarvarishta

Devadarvarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine which comes under Arishta category. Devadarvarishta is used to treat Prameha (Diabetes), Vata Roga (Diseases caused by imbalance of Vata Roga), Grahani ( Irritable bowel disease), Arshas (Piles), Mutrakricchra (Difficulty in urination) , Kushta (Skin disease) etc.,

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Balarishta

Balarishta is an ayurvedic medicine which is categorized under the Arishta Prakarana. Balarishta is mainly used to cures diseases that occur due to vata imbalances. These imbalances mainly affect the nervous and musculoskeletal system. Hence Balarishta mainly acts on the nervine system and the musculoskeletol system such as the brain, nerves, bones, and ligaments. Balarishta serves as a therapeutic medicine as it has restorative action, enhances body strength as well as provides nourishment to the vata organs.

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Dashamularishta

Dashamularishta is a specific combination of herbs that cools the body, strengthens and nourishes the tissue. The primary contents help to restore feminine hormone balance, calm the nerves, and sooth digestive processes, and reduce inflammation. It is a liver and a kidney tonic.

It is commonly used after delivery for the prevention of postpartum problems including infectious diseases of uterus, bladder and kidneys, backache, fatigue, pain of perineal area, excess discharge, Postpartum depression, sluggish uterus, swollen breasts etc. It also provides strength to muscles, bones and ligaments and improves immunity. Due to this reason, it becomes famous for women in India and it becomes a common remedy for postpartum problems.

Helps in prevention of  postpartum problems.

The Reference —

दशमूलानि कुर्वीत भागैः पञ्चपलैः पृथक् |
पञ्च विंशत्पलं कुर्यात् चित्रकं पौष्करं तथा ||

कुर्याद्विंशत्पल लोध्रं गुडूची तत्समं भवेत् |
पलैष्षोडशभिर्धात्री रविसंख्या दुरालभा ||

खदिरो बीजसारं पथ्याचेति पृथक् पलैः |
अष्टभिर्गुणितैः कुष्टमजिष्टा देवदारु च ||

विदङ्गं मधूकं भारङ्गी कपित्थोक्षः पुनर्नवा |
चव्यं मांसी प्रियङ्गुश्च सारिवा कृष्णजीरकं ||

त्रिवृता रेणुकं रास्ना पिप्पली क्रमुकं शति |
हरिद्रा शतपुष्पा च पद्मकं नागकेसरं ||

मुस्तमिन्द्रयवं शृङ्गी जीवकर्षभकौ तथा |
मेदाचान्या महामेदा काकोल्यौ ऋद्धिवृद्धिके ||
कुर्यात्पृथक् द्विपलिकान् पचेदष्टगुणे जले |
चतुर्थांशं शृतं नीत्वा मृदभाण्डे सन्निधापयेत् ||

ततष्षष्टिपलां द्राक्षां पचेन्नीरे चतुर्गुणे |
त्रिपादशेषं शीतं च पूर्वक्वाथे शृतं क्षिपेत् ||

द्वात्रिंशत्पलिकं क्षौद्रं दद्याद् गुड चतुश्शतं |
त्रिंशत्पलानि धातक्याः तक्कोलं जलचन्दनं ||
जातीफलं लवङ्गं च त्वगेलापत्रकेसरं |
पिप्पली चेति संचूर्ण्य भागैर्द्विपलकैः पृथक् ||

शाणमात्रां च कस्तूरी सर्वमेकत्र निक्षिपेत् |
भूमौ निखनयेद् भांडं ततो जातरसं पिबेत् ||
कतकस्य फलं क्षिप्त्वा रसं निर्मलतां नयेत् |
ग्रहणीमरुचिं शूलं श्वासं कासं भगंदरं ||

वातव्याधिं क्षयं च्छर्दिं पाण्डुरोगं च कामलां |
कुष्टान्यर्शांसि मेहांश्च मन्दाग्निमुदराणि च ||
शर्करामश्मरीं मूत्रकृच्छ्रं धातुक्षयं जयेत् |
कृशानां पुष्टिजननो वन्ध्यानां पुत्रदः परं ||
अरिष्टो दशमूलाख्यः तेजश्शुक्रबलप्रदः ||

daśamūlāni kurvīta bhāgaiḥ pañcapalaiḥ pr̥thak |
pañca vinśatpalaṁ kuryāt citrakaṁ pauṣkaraṁ tathā ||
kuryādvinśatpala lōdhraṁ guḍūcī tatsamaṁ bhavēt |
palaiṣṣōḍaśabhirdhātrī ravisaṅkhyā durālabhā ||
khadirō bījasāraṁ pathyācēti pr̥thak palaiḥ |
aṣṭabhirguṇitaiḥ kuṣṭamajiṣṭā dēvadāru ca ||
vidaṅgaṁ madhūkaṁ bhāraṅgī kapitthōkṣaḥ punarnavā |
cavyaṁ mānsī priyaṅguśca sārivā kr̥ṣṇajīrakaṁ ||
trivr̥tā rēṇukaṁ rāsnā pippalī kramukaṁ śati |
haridrā śatapuṣpā ca padmakaṁ nāgakēsaraṁ ||
mustamindrayavaṁ śr̥ṅgī jīvakarṣabhakau tathā |

mēdācānyā mahāmēdā kākōlyau r̥ddhivr̥ddhikē ||
kuryātpr̥thak dvipalikān pacēdaṣṭaguṇē jalē |
caturthānśaṁ śr̥taṁ nītvā mr̥dabhāṇḍē sannidhāpayēt ||
tataṣṣaṣṭipalāṁ drākṣāṁ pacēnnīrē caturguṇē |
tripādaśēṣaṁ śītaṁ ca pūrvakvāthē śr̥taṁ kṣipēt ||
dvātrinśatpalikaṁ kṣaudraṁ dadyād guḍa catuśśataṁ |
trinśatpalāni dhātakyāḥ takkōlaṁ jalacandanaṁ ||
jātīphalaṁ lavaṅgaṁ ca tvagēlāpatrakēsaraṁ |
pippalī cēti sañcūrṇya bhāgairdvipalakaiḥ pr̥thak ||

śāṇamātrāṁ ca kastūrī sarvamēkatra nikṣipēt |
bhūmau nikhanayēd bhāṇḍaṁ tatō jātarasaṁ pibēt ||
katakasya phalaṁ kṣiptvā rasaṁ nirmalatāṁ nayēt |
grahaṇīmaruciṁ śūlaṁ śvāsaṁ kāsaṁ bhagandaraṁ ||
vātavyādhiṁ kṣayaṁ cchardiṁ pāṇḍurōgaṁ ca kāmalāṁ |
kuṣṭānyarśānsi mēhānśca mandāgnimudarāṇi ca ||
śarkarāmaśmarīṁ mūtrakr̥cchraṁ dhātukṣayaṁ jayēt |
kr̥śānāṁ puṣṭijananō vandhyānāṁ putradaḥ paraṁ ||
ariṣṭō daśamūlākhyaḥ tējaśśukrabalapradaḥ ||

Ingredients —

  • Bilva — Aegle marmelos
  • Agnimantha — Premna integrifolia
  • Shyonaka — Oroxylum indicum
  • Patala — Stereospermym suaveolens
  • Gambhari — Gmelina arborea
  • Brihati — Solanum indicum
  • Kantakari — Solanum xanthocarpum
  • Shalaparni — Desmodium gangeticum
  • Prishnaparni — Uraria picta
  • Gokshura — Tribulus terrestris
  • Chitraka — Plumbago zeylanica
  • Poushkara — Inula racemosa
  • Lodhra — Symplocos racemosa
  • Guduchi — Tinospora cordifolia
  • Dhatri — Emblica officinalis
  • Duralabha — Fagonia cretica
  • Khadira — Acacia catechu
  • Bijasara — Pterocarpus marsupium
  • Pathya — Terminalia chebula
  • Kushta — Saussurea lappa
  • Manjishta — Rubia cordifolia
  • Devadaru — Cedrus deodara
  • Vidanga — Embelia ribes
  • Madhuka — Glycyrrhiza Glabra
  • Bharangi — Clerodendrum serratum
  • Kapittha — Feronia limonia
  • Aksha (Vibhitaki) — Terminalia bellirica
  • Punarnava — Boerhavia diffusa
  • Chavya — Piper retrofractum
  • Mamsi — Nordostachys jatamansi
  • Priyangu — Callicarpa macrophylla
  • Sariba — Hemidesmus indicus
  • Krishna Jeeraka — Bunium persicum
  • Trivrit — Operculina turpethum
  • Renuka — Vitex negundo
  • Rasna — Pluchea lanceolata
  • Pippali — Piper nigrum
  • Kramuka — Areca catechu
  • Sathi — Hedychium spicatum
  • Haridra — Curcuma longa
  • Shatapushpa — Foeniculum vulgare
  • Padmaka — Prunus cerasoides
  • Nagakesara — Messua ferrea
  • Mustha — Cyperus rotundus
  • Indrayava — Holarrhena antidysenterica
  • Sringi — Pistacia integerrima
  • Jivaka — Pueraria tuberosa
  • Rishabhaka — Microstylis wallichii
  • Meda — Polygonatum cirrhifolium
  • Mahameda
  • Kakoli — Lilium polyphyllum
  • Kshira Kakoli — Fritillaria royelei
  • Buddhi
  • Riddhi — Habenaria edgeworthii
  • Draksha — Vitis vinfera
  • Dhataki — Woodfordia fruticosa
  • Takkola — Piper cubeba
  • Jala
  • Chandana — Santalum album
  • Jatiphala — Myristica fragrans
  • Laung — Syzygium aromaticum
  • Twak — Cinnamomum zeylanicum
  • Ela — Elettaria cardamomum
  • Patra — Cinnamomum tamala
  • Kasturi

Indications —

  • Grahani — Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Aruchi — Anorexia
  • Shoola — Pain
  • Swasa
  • Kasa — Persistent cough
  • Bhagandara — Fistula in ano
  • Vata Vyadhi
  • Kshaya
  • Chardi — Vomiting
  • Pandu — Anemia
  • Kamala — Jaundice
  • Kushta — Skin diseases
  • Arshas — Piles
  • Meha — Hyperglycemia
  • Mandagni
  • Udara
  • Sarkara
  • Ashmari — Urolithiasis
  • Mutrakricchra — Dysuria
  • Dhatu Kshaya
  • Poushtya
  • Vandhya Nashaka — For all women related problems
  • Tejas and Sukra Bala Prada

Dosage — 20 ml or 4 tsp. with equal amount of water immediately after meal

Contraindications —

  • Mouth ulcer
  • Burning sensation in abdomen
  • Heartburn
  • Excessive thirst
  • Diarrhea with burning sensation

Reference —

Sahasra Yoga Arishta Prakarana

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Amrutarishta

Amritarishta or Amrutarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form is used in the treatment of chronic fever, typhoid fever, and other infectious diseases. It is natural immunity booster and increases non-specific immunity. It helps the body to fight off bacterial as well as viral infections.


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