Takrarishta

Takrarishta – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Charaka Chikitsa Sthana (15th chapter), Grahani Roga (For Impaired digestive fire) Introduction Takrarishta is the poly- herbal acidic fermented preparation from cow milk. This medicine contains the 5 – 10 % of self-generated natural alcohol in it. Presence of the self-generated alcohol and the water in the product serves as media to supply water and alcohol soluble the active herbal components to our body. Use of this liquid Ayurvedic medicine is done

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Ayaskriti (Ayaskruti)

Ayaskriti (Ayaskruti) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference – Ashtanga hrudaya chikitsasthana 12/28- 31. Introduction Ayaskriti (Ayaskruti) is an herbal formulation in which the word ayaskriti used to exhibit metals and minerals in a refined powder form, a nanoparticle form. It is a tonic in the condition of anemia. It is more commonly used in South India as a liquid Ayurvedic medicine. The word Ayas in sanskrit means Iron. The main mineral present in the ayaskriti is iron. Iron

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Madhukasava (Madhukasavam)

Madhukasava (Madhukasavam) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Introduction Madhukasava (Madhukasavam) is an Ayurvedic medicine in the form of liquid, having self-generated alcohol about 5 – 10 %, which acts as natural preservative and nourishing in nature. But this medicine must be consumed strictly under medical supervision only. Useful in the diseases related to Pitta (A physiological component of the body described in Ayurveda). Its use has been found traditionally in the treatment of chronic disease, tiredness, bleeding diseases and

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Babbularishta

Babbularishta – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference – Sharangadhara Samhita, Madhyamakhanda: Adhyaya 10; 66-68. Introduction Babbularishta is a fermented ayurvedic herbal formulation which is brown in appearance. It consists of 5-10% self-generating alcohol. For its action, this alcohol plays a role of medium. It is helpful in treating a broad range of diseases. Babbularishta consists of babbula (Indian gum Arabic tree), its major ingredient. Babbula stem bark is used in its preparation. This mainly consists of an active compound

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Patrangasava

Patrangasava – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Bhaishajya Ratnavali, Pradara Roga 122-126 It is an Ayurvedic medicine which is mainly used in the gynecological conditions such as heavy menstrual bleeding, leucorrhea and fever etc. This herbal product is prepared by the combination of various herbs which are quite beneficial to hormonal irregularities. Herbs like Patranga, Khadira, Vasa, Shalmalikusuma, Bala, Bhallataka, Sariva, Japakusuma, Amrasthi, Jeeraka, Bilva, etc are used in the preparation of Patrangasava. Ingredients S. No. Name Latin Name

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Mritasanjivani Sura

Mritasanjivani Sura – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Bhaishajya Ratnavali, Jvara Chikitsa (Chronic fever, Pyrexia of unknown origin), AFI- Part I. Introduction Mritasanjivani sura is a special liquid form Ayurvedic medicine which is basically an Asava preparation i.e. it consists of higher percentage of self-generated alcohol This product is addressed for its capability to help even a dying person. This is an Ayurvedic wine product. Compared to other Asava products, Mritasanjivani sura contains higher percentage of self-generated alcohol. It

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Pippalyasava (Pippalyasavam)

Pippalyasava (Pippalyasavam) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Sharangdhara Samhita, Madhyamakhanda 10/28-33. Pippalyasavam is a polyherbal ayurvedic medicine which is used for the treatment of digestive problems. It is a liquid fermented preparation. Long pepper (pippali) is considered as the major ingredients of Pippalyasavam. Many other herbs like Marich, Chavya, Haridra, Chitraka, Musta, Vidanga, Puga, Lodhra, Patha, Amla, Cardamom, Ushira and Tagara etc. are used in the preparation of this medicine. These herbs help to pacify the vitiated tridoshas

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Kumaryasava

Kumaryasava – Kumari asav Benefits, Uses, Indications and Dosage Reference: Yoga Ratnakara, Ayurvedic Formulary of India. Introduction Kumaryasava ( Kumari Asav or Kumaryasavam) is a poly-herbal liquid preparation, also known by other names like Kumaryasava no. 1 or Kumari Asava no. 3. This Ayurvedic medicine used in the treatment of gastritis, cough, cold, breathlessness, piles & urinary tract disorders etc. Kumaryasava consists of 5 – 10 % of self-generated alcohol in it. The self-generated alcohol and water present in the

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Kutajarishta (Kutajarishtam)

Kutajarishta (Kutajarishtam) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Bhaishajya ratnavali, Atisararogadhikar Introduction Kutajarishta (Kutajarishtam) is Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form having 5 – 10 % of self-generated alcohol in it. This self-generated alcohol and the water in the product acts as a media to deliver water and alcohol with dissolved active herbal components to the body. It is useful in Ayurvedic treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, IBS, fever, bleeding, Crohn’s disease, and haemorrhoids. This liquid also strengthens the digestive power.

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Draksharishta (Draksharishtam)

Draksharishta (Draksharishtam) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Sharangadhara Samhita, Madhyamakhanda Introduction Draksharishta is an herbal medicine primarily used in the treatment of respiratory and intestinal diseases. Draksha can also be called raisins or dry grapes, which is the main ingredient of this formulation. Draksharishta contains 5-10 percent self-generated alcohol. The self-generated alcohol and water present in the formulation act as a media to deliver the active herbal substances to the body. Draksharishta is used in respiratory disorders like

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Dashmularishta

Dashmularishta – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference: Sharangadhara Samhita, Madhyamakhanda Introduction Dashmularishta is clear dark brown liquid which does not lather and settle with pleasant aroma and bitter taste. It has ten roots along with other herbs, hence the name is “Dashmularishta”. This Ayurvedic liquid provides strength, enhances the immune system, help to bring an instant activity and vigor in your daily chores. It is used in indigestion, lack of taste, respiratory disorders, fistula, vomiting, anemia, liver diseases, skin

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Amritarishta (Amrutharishtam)

Amritarishta (Amrutharishtam) – Benefits, Usage, Indications and Dosage Reference – Bhaishajya Ratnavali, Jvaradhikara Introduction Amritarishta belongs to arishta preparations. Ancient texts in regards to arishta were present. It says:- “Na Risahyateya Iti Arishta.” It states that these do not get spoil easily. Amritarishta is known to be self-generated alcohol having dark brown color. It is a fermented liquid contains alcohol I the range of 5 to 10%. This is also known with the names of Amritarishta and Amrutharishtam. It contains

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