Haritaki Terminalia chebula Fruit pulp 5 grams Take above herbs in described amount and make a decoction in ml water, when ml water remains during heating and let it cool down. Now add 1 teaspoon honey in decoction and drink twice a day. With other herbs, it helps in reducing raised uric acid and pain and tenderness associated with gout. It is used with Giloy Tinospora cordifolia and amaltas Cassia fistula in gouty arthritis. Uremia Uremia is the condition with elevated urea level and nitrogenous wastes in the blood.

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Habitat: This shrub grows on the plains of India and in the lower Himalayans, up to a range of meters above sea level. This plant is also cultivated in other tropical areas. It grows well in low moisture areas and dry soils. Plant Description: Adhatoda vasica is a small evergreen plant, of the Acanthaceae family, with broad, lanceolate sharp and pointed like a lance leaves measuring 10 to 16 centimeters in length and 5 centimeters wide. They become greenish-brown when dried and have a bitter taste.

They have a smell similar to strong tea. The wood of the stem is soft and makes a great charcoal for gunpowder.

The flower has large, attractive, white petals, streaked with purple on the lower lip. The fruit is a small capsule with four seeds. Plant Parts Used: Medicinal applications use the leaves, roots, flowers and stem bark of this plant. Adhatoda vasica is considered useful in treating bronchitis , tuberculosis and other lung and bronchiole disorders.

A poultice of the leaves may be applied to wounds for their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Some believe the poultice is also helpful in relieving rheumatic symptoms when applied to joints. It has been used to control both internal and external bleeding such as peptic ulcers, hemorrhoids, and bleeding gums.

In Ayurvedic medicine, adhatoda vasica is used for a multitude of disorders including; leprosy, blood disorders, heart troubles, fever, vomiting, loss of memory, leucoderma, jaundice, tumors, mouth troubles, sore-eye, and gonorrhea. This herb is known for its antispasmodic, expectorant and blood-purifying qualities.

A juice made from the leaves was used as a treatment for diarrhea and dysentery, and in southern India, the powdered leaves were used to treat malaria. Additionally, it was used as a folk medicine to speed delivery during childbirth. Dosage and Administration Adhatoda vasica can be an ingredient in many herbal preparations, and it may be listed under any of its names. Herbalists often recommend one to three grams of the dried leaves or equivalent.

The safety of this herb has not been tested in children and should be avoided, unless directed by a medical professional. Use of this plant is not recommended during pregnancy except at birth, and then only under the direction of a medical practitioner. Exercise care when taking this herb with other drugs or supplements that exhibit expectorant or antispasmodic effects.

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Adhatoda Vasica – Health Benefits and Side Effects

Description Just.. Dosage Instructions suitable for babies to adults Take one pill or five drops of the remedy every 15 minutes to 4 hours 15 minutes for intense symptoms, 4 hours for milder ones. Once an improvement is noticed, stop dosing and repeat the remedy only if symptoms return. If there is no improvement at all by three doses, choose a different remedy or seek professional guidance. What potency do I need?


Prophylaxis for Corona virus

It has recommended that homoeopathic medicine Arsenicum album 30 could be taken empty stomach daily for three days as a prophylactic medicine against the infection. The dose should be repeated after one month by following the same schedule in case the nCoV infection prevails in the community, the advisory said, adding that the same has also been advised for prevention of influenza -like illness. It also suggests some Ayurvedic medicines, Unani decoctions and home remedies which can be useful in symptomatic management of nCoV infections. The advisory further suggests general hygienic measures for prevention of air-borne infections such as maintaining personal hygiene, washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, and avoiding close contact with people who are sick. The ministry has advised covering face while coughing or sneezing and preferably using an N95 mask while travelling or working in public places to avoid droplet transmissions. Novel coronavirus nCoV is a large family of viruses that causes illnesses ranging from common cold to acute respiratory syndromes.



Las hojas poseen un olor desagradable y de pastoreo los animales no pueden comer esto. Infecciones Respiratorias tuerca de Malabar tiene propiedades antibacterianas y antimicrobianas. Varias formulaciones de Ayurveda utilizados para este fin contienen como un ingrediente principal. Los resultados comienzan a aparecer dentro de la primera semana del tratamiento. Para tratar, tomar las hojas y la libra de manera excelente en una pasta usando mortero y mano. Justicia adhatoda hojas 7. Para Enfermedades de la Piel Justicia adhatoda es excelente para el tratamiento de todas las enfermedades relacionadas con la piel.

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