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.
Chinchadi lehyam is suitable for persons suffering from general weakness, low weight, low appetite in children and adults. It is a health tonic suitable for gaining immunity from recurrent infections and weight.
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.
Parpatadyarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine used in the treatment of anemia and liver disorders. It contains about 5 to 10 % of self-generated alcohol. This naturally produced alcohol and the water present in this medicine act as a media and delivers alcohol and water soluble active herbal constituents to the body.
Chandanadi Taila is an ayurvedic taila preparation which is used to treat Daha (Burning sensation), Murcha, Shiro graha (Headache), Kamala (Jaundice), Adhyaroga, Raktapitta (Bleeding disorders), Pradara (leucorrhoea), Pitta Roga, Visarpa (Herpes). It can be used as an Oral Intake and for abhyanga. Continue reading Chandanadi Taila