Gunas: It is Bitter, Sweet, Pungent & Astringent. Virya is ‘Heating’. Vipaka is ‘Pungent’. Primarily Pacifies Vitiated Vata & Kapha, But Has Calming Effect on All Three Doshas.
Ingredients: It has More than 25 Herbs, The Base Herb Being Guggul (Commiphora Mukul). Other Herbs Being Chitraka (Plumbago Zeylanica), Pippali (Piper Longum), Yavani (Trachyspermum Ammi), Karavi (Piper Chaba), Ajamoda (Trachyspermum Roxburghianum), Jeeraka (Cumin Seeds), Suradaru (Cedrus Deodara), Chavya (Piper Cubeba), Cardamom, Kushtha (Saussurea Lappa), Rasna (Pluchea Lanceolata), Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris), Dhanyaka (Coriander), Triphala, Mushtha (Cyperus Rotundus), Trikatu, Cinnamon (Twak & Patra), Usheera (Vetiveria Zizanioides), Yavagraja (Barley, Hordeum Vulgare), Taleesapatra (Abbies Webbiana) and Many More, Rock Salt and Appropriate Amount of Ghee as Cooking Medium.
Indications: Vata Disorders (Tremors, Depression, Fear…), Different Arthritis (Joint Pains, Fibromyalgia, Back-Ache, Sciatica…), Gout, Infected Wounds, Blood Cholesterol, Blood Vessels Inflammation, Arteriosclerosis, Palpitations, Low BP, Splenomegaly, Hernia, Oedema, Thyroid (Hyper & Hypo)-Abdominal Tumours.
Dosage: May Be Consumed as Follows:
- 1-2 Tablets Twice-Thrice a day, such as Total Consumption should Not exceed 3 Grams Per Day.
- The Treatment is Best Supported by Abhyanga, Followed by as Much Sweating, as Practicable.
Favourable: Green-Leafy Vegetables, Low Salt (Only Rock Salt), Green Gram (Or Moong Beans), Bitter-Gourd, Bottle-Gourd, Fenugreek Seeds-Leaves, Snake Gourd, Wheat-Daliya, Minimum 2-3 Teaspoons of Pure Desi Cow Ghee Per day.
Unfavourable: Dry & Rough Foods, Hot & Pungent Foods, Body-Channels Blocking Stuff Like Refined Oils, Stale & Refrigerated foods, Non-Vegetarian Foods etc.
Contra-Indications: No Known Side-Effects but, As Always, To Be Avoided in High-Abnormal Doses. May Aggravate Pitta, in High Doses.