Aruchi

Brihadvasavalehya

Brihadvasavalehya is an ayurvedic herbal jam which is used in the treatment of Cough, asthma, bronchitis, pain abdomen, bleeding disorders and fever. It acts as broncho – dilator and antimicrobial. The Aswin twins formulated this drug.

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Punarnavadi Lehya

Punarnavadi Lehyam is beneficial in Sotha and Shoola. It has potent anti-inflammatory characteristics, which appear in hepatitis, joint inflammation due to gout, and bronchitis. It is also useful in cases of edema due to liver disorders or heart diseases, fever, cough, and asthma.

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Danti Haritaki

Danti haritaki is an Ayurvedic medicine. In Ayurvedic medicines, Avaleha or Leha is a semi-solid sweet preparation which is prepared with addition of jaggery, sugar, honey or sugar-candy and boiled with prescribed herb juice or decoction.

The principal ingredient in Danti haritaki is roots of Baliospermum montanum, fruits of Terminalia chebula and roots of Plumbago zeylanica. This medicine is good for the digestive system diseases and also acts as purgative that help to remove toxins from the body. It is also effective in curing skin diseases and malabsorption syndrome or grahani.

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Agastya Rasayana

Agastya Rasayanam is an incredible formulation which has been used since ages for treating respiratory disorders and curing respiratory disease. It works wonder for the lungs and is widely used to boost respiratory health.    

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Patrangasava

Patrangasava is widely used for the treatment of gynecological problems such as menorrhagia (heavy bleeding at menstruation) and amenorrhea (absence of menstruation). And is helpful in reducing the symptoms of leucorrhea such as itching and burning sensation in the vagina. It is used as a uterine tonic (used for female reproductive health) due to which it is helpful in the treatment of gynecological problems.

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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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