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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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Kumaryasava

Kumaryasava is used for the treatment of menstrual disorders in women and abdominal diseases in general. Its main action appears on stomach, intestine, liver, spleen, uterus, ovaries and other organs in the abdomen and pelvis. It is useful in health problems such as loss of appetite, abdominal pain, piles, spleen enlargement, liver enlargement, fatty liver, epilepsy, amenorrhea, and menstrual irregularities.

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Lohasava

Lohasava is an Ayurvedic tonic which comes under the category of Aasava. It is used in the management of Pandu (Anemia), Swayadhu (Inflammation), Gulma (tumors), Agni Vikara (Low digestive power and poor appetite), Arshas (Piles), Kushta (Skin diseases), Pleeha (Splenomegaly), Kandu (Itching), Swasa (Breathing troubles due to anemia or low iron level), Kasa ( Productive cough), Bhagandhara (Fistula), Arochaka (poor appetite) , Grahani (Irritable bowel syndrome), Hridroga (heart diseases).

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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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Manibhadra Guda

Manibhadra Guda is a lehya, a semisolid preparation of drugs prepared with the addition of jaggery, sugar or sugar candy. It is named after a Yaksha Manibhadra who formulated it. Manibhadra Guda is used in Kushta (Skin diseases), Switra (Vitiligo), Swasa (Asthma), Kasa (Cough), Udara (Abdominal diseases), Arshas (piles), Meha, Pleeha (Splenomegaly), Krimi, Gulma (Tumors).

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