Dashmularishta

Classical medicine
Dashmularishta

Dashmularishta

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. It provides strength and enhances the immune system, helps to bring an instant activity and vigor in your daily chores.

Description

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. It provides strength and enhances the immune system, helps to bring an instant activity and vigor in your daily chores. It is used in indigestion, lack of taste, respiratory disorders, fistula, Vataj disorders, vomiting, anemia, liver diseases, skin diseases, piles, UTI, jaundice. It is used as a general health tonic. Dashmularishta is also used for females who can’t conceive.

Ingredients of Dashmularishta kwath:

Ingredients Ingredients
Bilva ( Agle marmelous) Shyonaka ( Oroxylum indicum)
Gambhari ( Gamelina arborea) Patala ( Steriospermum suaveolens)
Agnimanth ( Premna integrifolia) Shalparni ( Desmodium gangegeticum)
Prishanparni ( Uraria picta) SBrihati ( Solanum indicum )
Kanthkari( Solanum xantocarpum) Gokhshuru ( Tribulus terrestris)
Chitrak mool ( Plumbago zeylanica) Pushkarmool ( tnula racemosa )
Lodhra ( Symplocos racemosa) Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
Amalki ( Emblica officinalis) Dhamasa ( Fagonia cretica)
Khadira ( Acacia catechu) Vijyasara ( Petrocarpus marsupium )
Haritaki ( Terminali chebula) Kutha ( Sassurea lappa )
Manjishta( Rubia cordifolia) Devdaru ( Cedrus deodara)
Vidang ( Embelica ribes ) Mulethi ( Glycrrhizia glabra)
Bhranagi ( Clerodendrum serratum ) Kapitha ( Muccuna puriens )
Bahera ( Terminalia bellerica) Punarnava ( Boerrhavia diffusa)
Chavya ( Piper chaba ) Jatamansi ( Nardostachyus jatamansi)
Priyangu ( Callicarpa macrophylla) Shavet sariva ( Hemidusmus indicum )
Krishna jeerak ( Carum carvi ) Trivit ( Operculina turpetum )
Renukabeej ( Vitex negundo ) Rasna ( Alpinia glanga )
Pippali ( Piper longum ) Supari (Acacia catechu )
Kachur ( Curcuma zeodaria)td> Haridra (Curcuma longa)
Sonf ( Foeniculum vulgare) Padmak ( Prunus cerrosides )
Nagkeshar ( Mesua ferra) Mustak ( Cyperus rotandus)
Inderyava ( Citrullus colocynthis) Karkatshringi ( Pistacia integertina )
Jivak ( Microstylis musifera ) Rushbhaka ( Microstylis wallichui)
Meda ( Polygonatum cirrhifolium ) Mhameda ( Polygonatum cirrhifolium )
Kakkoli ( Lilium polyphyllum) Kshirkakoli ( Pritillaria royolei )
Ridhi ( Habernaria intermedia) Vridhi ( Habernaria intermedia)
Guda ( Jaggery) Ela ( Ellettaria cardamom)
Tejpatra( Cinnamum tamala) Lavang ( Syzygium aromaticum)
Jaiphal ( Mystrica fragrans) Chandan ( Santalum alba)
Dhataki ( Woodfordia fruticosa )

Indication of Dashmularishta::

It is useful remedy for puerperal fever, specific or nonspecific Leucorrhoea, Endometritis, in woman. It is also useful in cough, Asthma, chronic fever, General debility. Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Vomiting, Hyperacidity, Leprosy, Fistula in ano and all other diseases related to inflammatory conditions.

Side effect:

There is no side effects but high dose may cause burning sensation, stomach disturbances.

Dosage:

15 to 30 ml to be taken mixed with equal quantity of water half an hour after meals twice daily or as directed by the physician.

Presentation:

Avaliable in 450 ml pack.

References:

Sharangadarasamita- Madhyamakhanda.

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