Sitaram Ayurveda Dhanwantharam 101 Aavarthi is an Ayurvedic supplement, containing strong herbs that have been utilized for treating a variety of health issues since ancient times.
It enhances physical strength and is quite good at reducing signs of exhaustion and fatigue. As well as treating chronic cough and asthma problems, Dhanwantharam 101 Avarthi can be utilized to control kidney stones. It can also be used to treat arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis discomfort.
– Dhanwantharam 101 Avarthi enhances the strength of muscles, bones, and general energy levels and can be used to alleviate sluggishness.
– Effective for internal use in Nasyam (Nasal administration), Vata rogam (Diseases caused by vitiated Vata dosha), Pakshaghata (Paralysis), Sarvanga Vatam (Vitiated Vata disorder of the complete body), Dhathu kshayam (Tissue atrophy), Diseases of children, Soothika-rogam (Puerperal diseases).
– Used to treat kidney stones and provide relief from respiratory conditions like asthma and cough.
– Dhanwantharam 101 Avarthi also relieves the pain brought on by rheumatism and arthritis, as well as neuro-muscular illnesses.
10 drops twice daily, or as directed by the Physician.
For Nasyam – 3 to 5 drops each in each nostril, or as directed by the Physician.
Bala moola (Sida cordifolia)
A common plant in the Ayurvedic medical system, bala means “strong” in English. It is a powerful herb that is used to improve the body’s overall stamina and strengthen bones, muscles, and joints. The primary functions of this traditional herbal medicine include CNS depressant actions, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, and hypoglycemic agent. It is the most effective nerve tonic for treating a variety of vata problems, cleanses the blood, treats piles, and promotes foetal growth and development.
Go Ksheera (cow’s milk)
Milk promotes the health of the bones, joints, and muscles. According to Ayurveda, humans are conditioned from birth to consume cow’s milk. It possesses great rasayana guna (rejuvenating properties), and is very nutritious It heals the body of mental disorders like epilepsy, dementia, sanity, and depression.
Tila Thailam (Sesame oil)
In Ayurveda, sesame oil is frequently utilised as the base for several formulations. It is naturally nourishing and fortifying, and it also encourages hair development and stops hair loss. Its ushna (heating nature) and unctuous qualities calm vata.
Yava (Hordeum vulgare)
Yava is a well-known ancient cereal crop belonging to Poaceae family. The main actions of the plant includes Agni/Agnideepana (increases appetite and metabolism), Kasa-Swasa, Pinasahara (remedy for cough, breathlessness, and rhinitis), Kantarogahara (eliminates throat infections), Trishnahara (indicated in dehydration), Twakrogahara (eliminates skin infections, discoloration), Lekhana (scraping effect), Medohara (eliminates excess fat accumulated fat), Controls and prevents Diabetes Mellitus.
Kola (Zizyphus Jujube)
Kola also known as Badara can also be used to treat diseases like diabetes, piles, obesity, inflammation, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Jujuba fruit polysaccharides have the ability to serve as antioxidants. Its inclusion of arabinose, galacturonic acid, and galactose contributes to the plant’s hepatoprotective effects.
Kulatha (Dolichos biflorus)
The ayurvedic herb horse gram, Dolichos biflorus Linn., is used to cure kidney stones, cough, asthma, piles, and other conditions. It protects liver function, reduce blood sugar level, help with weight loss, lower cholesterol levels, help in skin disorders, treat menstrual disorders and leucorrhoea.
Bilva (Aegle Marmelos)
The unripe Bilva fruit aids in the treatment of illnesses brought on by Vata and Kapha. Its astringent, bitter, and pungent flavour stimulates Pitta and considerably strengthens the capacity of digestion and other metabolic processes.
Dashamoola, as its name suggests, is a highly effective magical mixture made from the dried roots of 10 different plants. It has been used extensively in Ayurveda for centuries due to its incredible health effects. It possesses the attributes that combine to effectively provide final treatments for a variety of medical ailments, particularly those affecting t