Ayurvedic Medicine for Anorexia & Digestive Problems
Gandharvahastadi Kashayam - 200 ml
Gandharvahastadi Kashayam, which comes under the Kashayam class of Ayurvedic remedies, has been used as a sure-shot treatment for all the general digestion related ailments and complaints. Its essential function is to cleanse the intestines against toxins which cause the indigestion.
Gandharvahastadi Kashayam is essentially based on Kerala Ayurveda practices and is usually used in its herbal decoction form. It can be used for a harmless cleansing of the large intestine at any time to restore the Vata balance of the body. Additionally, it also helps in increasing appetite and can be useful in treating and rehabilitating anorexic patients too.
Anorexia(Tastelessness) can easily and effectively be curbed by Gandharvahastadi Kashayam, as it directly affects the root of the matter, i.e. hunger and not just at the effects of anorexia (unlike allopathic medicines). Vata disorders and imbalances like, lumbar spondylosis, back pain, the case of ascites, and so on can also be successfully treated by Gandharvahastadi Kashayam at the root level.
It is the Vata imbalance for which this kashayam is bringing it back to normal. Since it is an Ayurvedic and an all-natural ingredient-based remedy, it has no harmful side effects although it shouldnt be taken in quantities more than the ones prescribed. Extra caution should be taken for pregnant ladies patients who have diarrhoea, as an intestinal cleansing may worsen their situation.
- Treats bloating
- Cleanses intestines
- Develops appetite
- Helps to relieve anorexia
|Composition: Each 10ml prepared out of|
|S.No.||Sanskrit Name||Botanical Name||Parts Used||Quantity|
|1||Gandharvahastha||Ricinus communis||Rt||2.778 g|
|2||Chiruvilwa||Holoptelea integrifolia||St Bk||2.778 g|
|3||Chitraka||Plumbago zeylanica||Rt.||2.778 g|
|4||Ardraka||Zingiber officinale||Rz||2.778 g|
|5||Harithaki||Terminalia chebula||Fr.R||2.778 g|
|6||Punarnava||Boerhaavia diffusa||Rt||2.778 g|
|7||Yavasaka||Alhagi pseudalhagi||Pl.||2.778 g|
|8||Bhoomithalai||Phyllanthus niruri||Rt.||2.778 g|