Kaishora guggulu is mostly used to treat gout and also skin infections. Giloy and Guggulu are the main components of Kaishora Guggulu. The patient’s age, gender, and medical history all play a role in determining the proper dosage of Kaishora Guggulu.
Ayurvedic literature rank Vata as the most prominent among the tridoshas due to its six distinct characteristics, including spreading, swift action, vigour, ability to vitiate other doshas, autonomy, and the capacity to produce the greatest number of ailments.
Adult: 2 tablets twice daily after food or as directed by the physician.
Child: 1 tablet twice daily after food or as directed by the physician.
Guggulu – Another name for guggulu is “Pura,” which means “repels sickness.” It serves as a source for “Gum Guggulu” sold commercially. Oleo-gum-resin is the primary bioactive component of guggul (a mixture of an oil and yellowish or brownish fluid secreted from the plant stem or bark). Guggulu works best in conditions of anti-inflammatory diseases. It also works best in conditions of acne, eczema, psoriasis, and arthritis. It has also been used to promote weight loss, treat hypothyroidism, and manage cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
Gokshura – Gokshura’s Mutrala (diuretic) and Sheeta (cooling) qualities can treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or an enlarged prostate gland. This aids in boosting urine production and decreasing urination-related edema and burning during micturition.
Guduchi – In Ayurvedic medicine, guduchi is renowned for its ability to purify, revitalise, and strengthen the immune system. It work as a well adaptogenic plant and works best to reduce the inflammatory response in the body.
Trayushana – Trayushana refers to a group of three medicinal plants used in the treatment of atisara (diarrhoea), or liquid stools (bowel movements) per day or more stool than normal. The three medicinal plants included under tryushana are – Pippali, Maricha, Shunti. The medicine is also used for treating umpteen health problems including indigestion, gastritis, constipation, obesity, asthma, cough and cold, arthritis, infections, ulcers,
Vidanga – Vidanga is a useful herb to manage worm infestation that includes threadworms, roundworm and types of worms due to its Krimighna property. Vidanga controls vomiting, nausea, indigestion, and flatulence due to its hot potency. It also helps manage constipation due to its Rechana (laxative) property.
Danti is beneficial for managing constipation due to its strong laxative property. It speeds up bowel movements and helps in the easy passage of stools. It also helps to expel worms and parasites from the stomach due to its anthelmintic property.
Trivrut is very helpful in treating skin disorders. The purgative action of this herb relieves from constipation, bloating and abdominal problems. It also treats worm infestation heals wounds and promotes weight loss.