Dashmool-Dashmul-Dashmuula-Dashamula: It is Sweet and Astringent. Virya is Warming. Vipaka is Pungent. Specifically Calms Vata, but has Pacifying action on Kapha also. Note, The Formulation itself has Many Other Ingredients in Smaller Amounts.
Ingredients: Dashmula Consists of 10 Roots (Mula is root) which are, Agnimantha Root (Premna Integrifolia), Bilwa Root (Aegle Marmelos), Patala Root (Stereospermym Suaveolens), Kashmari Root (Gmelina Arborea), Kantakari Root (Solanum Xanthocarpum), Shalaparni Root (Desmodium Gangeticum), Prashniparni (Uraria Picta), Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris), Shyonaka Root (Oroxylum Indicum), Bruhati Root (Solanum Indicum).
Indications: Calms Nervous system, Joint Pains, Arthritis, Body Ache & Stiffness, Strengthens Dhatus, Cough, Cold & Fever, Lungs Health, Tonifies Kidneys & Liver, Post Pregnancy Pains, Eliminates Dead Cells & Regenerates New cells, Oedema (Water Retention), Anaemia.
- If in Form of Tablets, Take 1 or 2 Tablets (say, Not Exceeding 500 mg a day, in the start, Slowly Increasing as per Severity, With Hot Water (with 1-2 Teaspoon of Pure Desi Cow Ghee Added).
- A Tsp or Two with Warm Water Empty Stomach or Before Meals.
- If available in form of liquid, 15-20 mL with equal amount of hot water.
- Enema: Use Dashmula Decoction. Add 30 mL+ Warm Sesame Oil to Decoction. Hold for at least 15-20 Minutes.
- Abhyanga-Swedana Therapy: Carry out Complete Body massage with Dashmula Oil and Follow it up by Induce Sweating (Say Away from Wind-Air, Cover up Properly, Induce Sweating).
- Tea: Simple – Just make tea with a Teaspoon or Two of Dashmula. As it Cools, add a Teaspoon or Two Honey. A Good Habit to Consume This Tea at least Twice a Week.
Contra-Indications: None Known.