Hingawashtak has balancing effect on Vata and Kapha, but May Aggravate Pitta if taken in excess.
Ingredients: Black Pepper (Maricha, Piper Nigrum), Long Pepper (Pippali, Piper Longum), Ginger (Shunti, Zingiber Officinalis), Carom Seeds (Ajwain, Ajamoda, Trachyspermum Ammi), Cumin Seeds (Jeera, Cuminum Cyminum), Asafoetida (Heeng, Ferula Foetida), and Rock Salt.
Indications: Clears AMA (Layer/s of Undigested Food particles), Indigestion, Belching, Hiccups, Distention, Flatulence, Constipation, Anorexia. It Ignites Digestive Fire.
- General: 1/3rd – ½ Teaspoon with Hot water 1 hour before Lunch and, if Required, Before Sleep. Add a Teaspoon of Pure Cow’s Ghee.
- Other way is just To Add 1/3rd Teaspoon Hingwashtak Churna + ½ Teaspoon Pure Cow Ghee and Taken with First Bite of meals Twice a day.
- If Kapha is Vitiated, a Teaspoon of Honey may be added to The Warm Water for Taking Hingwashtak Churna,
Contra-Indications: May Aggravate Pitta, if taken in Excess. Hence, Best Avoided in Cases like Haemorrhoids, Hyper-Acidity, Ulcers etc. Also, it is best avoided in Pregnancy, or Taken Under Strict Medical Supervision-Guidance.