Dooshivishari Gulika is an ayurvedic medicinal medicine used to treat a variety of toxins and their toxic effects in the body, infections, insect stings, and so forth. Ayurvedic physicians and traditional Vaidyas regularly use it to treat a variety of skin disorders and allergies.
– Useful in treating cases of Dooshi Visha. Dooshivisha is a low-potent poisonous substance that resides in the body and vitiates dhatus when favourable conditions occur.
– Effectful in the treatment of other toxins.
– Treats cases of acute allergies and relieves skin diseases.
1 to 2 tablets once or twice daily or as directed by the physician. As there are no specific adjuvants mentioned, it can be taken along with warm water or with suitable decoctions suggested by your physician.
– Pippali ( Piper longum) – Pippali is commonly used in the treatment of skin allergies. Piperine, piplartine, pipernonaline, n-hexadecane, n-heptadecane, zingiberene, and other phytoconstituents found in the plant contribute to its anti-allergic qualities.
– Dhayamaka (Cymbopogon martini) – Cymbopogon martinii is an Ayurvedic plant used for the treatment of joint pain, respiratory diseases, anorexia, intestinal worms, skin conditions.
– Mamsi/Jatamamsi ( Nardostachys jatamansi) – Because of its antioxidant properties, it acts as a brain tonic and helps to boost memory and cognitive functioning by avoiding cell damage. It also relaxes the mind and helps with anxiety and sleeplessness.
– Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) – Lodhra treats a variety of ailments like oral diseases, gynaecological problems like female infertility, gastrointestinal disorders, and skin diseases.
– Ela (Elettaria cardamomum)– Ela enhances taste and digestion and helps with anorexia. Due to its pleasant odour and digesting characteristics, It alleviates pain and the burning feeling. It can help with nausea, vomiting, and gastritis.
– Gairika (Red ochre) – Therapeutic Uses of Shuddha Gairika include treating Netra roga (diseases of eyes), Raktapitta (bleeding disorder), Hikka (hiccup), Vamana (vomiting), Visha-vikaras.
There are no reviews yet.