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PLANETERY HERBS OF AYURVEDA

PLANETERY HERBS OF AYURVEDA

A Kavacha or “talisman” is not only the gem, which represents the earth element. A real Astral Talisman is composed of all 5 elements, i.e., gem for earth, herb for water, metal for fire, symbol for air, and cosmic number for space. This process of “Pancha-amrita” astral talisman making is the most bona fide. Even the Western alchemists are known to use herbs as the “water” ingredient in an Astral Talismans. These herbs have been ritually turned into “bhasma” or sanctified ashes. Therefore, one may understand that the gem alone is not the complete kavacha or talisman, the gems are only for one of five elements, viz., earth

The philosopher Agrippa has nicely described in Three Books of Occult Philosophy the basic preparation of astrological rings as follows:

“When any star ascends fortunately we must take a stone and HERB that is under that star, and make a ring of the metal that is suitable to this star, and in it fasten the stone, putting the herb or root under it, not omitting the inscriptions of images, names and characters, as also the proper suffumigations.”

In 1974 Dr. Mana Vajracharya, Chairman of the Nepal Ayurveda Association, informed us which are the ancient bona fide “bhasma” herbs for each planet. He prepared nine different herbal bhasmas which should be sealed into tubes that are part of a jewelry talisman. It took one week for the Dr. to prepare the 9 herbs and transform them into ashes or Bhasma. At that time he also provided rare samples of the actual herbs. We witnessed part of the process which involves indirect fire to heat the herb until is stops smoking and has transformed entirely into ash. Planetary mantras are recited during this heating process.

All nine herbs are available in Nepal (Himalaya) and some are quite rare even in India where they sometimes substitute because of lack of the actual herb). —Respectfully submitted by the Richard Shaw Brown.

Herb of the Sun

Influence of Milk Weed or Arka-bhasma

If Sun is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward nobility, dignity, power, leadership and confidence. One will be well-read, pious, strong, compassionate and untroubled.

If Sun is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward low self esteem & energy, lack of confidence, rebellious, i.e., negative results may be expected.

Herb of the Moon

Influence of Butia Frandosa or Palasa-bhasma

If Moon is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward sensitivity, good habits, stability and health. One will be wealthy, industrious and respected.

If Moon is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward depression, overreaction, hypersensitivity and stress, i.e., negative results may be expected.

Herb of Mars

Influence of Couch Plant or Khadira-bhasma

If Mars is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward positive energy, strength, courage, passion, and aggression. One will be active, have great energy, be learned, well-known and regal.

If Mars is ill-placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward anger, irritability, instability, impatience, and aggression. One becomes prone to violence and physical problems such as high blood pressure, anemia, and impurities in the blood.

Herb of Mercury

Influence of Achyranthes or Apamarga-bhasma

If Mercury is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward being rationality, wit, skillfulness and dexterity. One will be educated, happy, fortunate and highly respected.

If Mercury is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward aloofness, lack of concentration, difficulty with communications, and slowness. One becomes prone to speech and hearing impediments, deceptive behavior, and lack of vitality.

Herb of Jupiter

Influence of Ficus Religiosa or Pippala-bhasma

If Jupiter is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward humanitarianism, caring, spiritualism, optimism, faith and good judgment. One will be powerful, respected, and a leader of men, although susceptible to anger.

If Jupiter is ill-placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward being greedy, uncaring, selfish, negative outlook, personal unhappiness, egotism, selfishness and sloth. One will be uncaring and unhappy.

Herb of Venus

Influence of Ficus Glomerata or Audumbara-bhasma

If Venus is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward attractiveness, refinement, grace, elegance and longevity. One will be refined, humanitarian, and possess many positive qualities.

If Venus is ill-placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward vanity, lewdness, sensual corruption, lack of taste and refinement.
One becomes vulnerable to loss of libido, impotence, sterility, and premature aging.

Herb of Saturn

Influence of Prosopis or Shami-bhasma

If Saturn is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward discipline, responsibility, realism, durability and humility. One will be long-lived, charitable, proficient and an affectionate mate.

If Saturn is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward depression, anxiety, fear, loneliness and disappointment. One becomes vulnerable to headaches, neuralgia, and other disorders of the nervous system.

Herb of Rahu

Influence of Cynodon Dactylon or Durva-bhasma

If Rahu is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward originality, inspiration, insight and uniqueness. One will be exotic, wealthy and fortunate.

If Rahu is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward mental disease, addiction, illusion, and trouble. One will have a volatile nature, and a tendency to suffer from fear and suicidal impulses.

Herb of Ketu

Influence of Sacrificial Grass or Kusa-bhasma

If Ketu is well placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward spiritualism, intuition, universality, subtleness and sensitivity. One will be wealthy and protected from evil.

If Ketu is ill placed in the horoscope:
The influence will be toward eccentricity, explosiveness, fanaticism and emotional problems. One becomes prone to compulsive gambling and fatal diseases such as cancer.

Nagarjuna’s Contribution to Rasashastra:
Nagarjuna was an Indian philosopher and Saint and the founder of the Madhyamaka school of Mahayana Buddhism. He was born in Amravati (presently the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh) around 113 AD. Though Nagarjuna also traveled widely, he spent most of his life in a hilly area near Amravati. There he conducted extensive studies on the health applications of Mercury & other heavy metals for a significant part of his life. These studies, brought about, at that time, the visible re-emergence of this branch of Ayurveda, viz. Rasa Shastra, or Alchemy. Ayurveda itself, in later periods, began to incorporate Mercury as well as other “toxic” metals as important components of pharmaceutical formulations.
Essentially Rasashastra deals with the purification, transmutation and potentiation of various metals, gems and herb essences. It is a highly refined, sophisticated and sacred art and extensive training is required to perform it properly.
Rasashastra is derived from the Sanskrit words Rasa (meaning “essence”, “taste” or “inherent substance or quality”) and Shastra (meaning “knowledge”, “science” or “sacred prescription”). Thus Rasashastra is the sacred science of using the fundamental essences of various substances for healing and spiritual growth.
In Rasashastra all ingredients are first purified and reduced to their absolute essence in a process called Shodhana, where gems or metals are refined, through a process of alternate heating, cooling, oxidizing and crushing, to a fine pure ash. These individual purified ashes are called Bhasmas. Individual Bhasmas are then triturated in a process called Bhavana, and further pulverised and blended using alternate wetting and drying to form a fine homogenous paste.
During both stages, specialized Ayurvedic herbs and herbal extracts and juices are used as catalysts to direct the alchemical transformation of the original ingredients and to potentize the revealed essence. Shastric rules dictate that each of these processes be repeated 100 times for the highest quality preparation, i.e. Shodhana is applied 100 times before the iterations of Bhavana even begin. Each iteration is identical and further potentizes the Bhasmas and the final complexed product. After the process of Bhavana is complete, the resultant dried paste has an unlimited shelf life and retains its potency in perpetuity.
Rasashastric Gold bhasma (purified gold “oxide” ash) is the original version of what today is being referred to as monatomic gold / ormus gold / white powder gold etc. It is made in a sacred process with conscious intent and takes place in multiple cycles of firing, cooling, pulverizing and blending with various energizing herb juices. It requires 100 iterations of this cycle to qualify as an authentic Rasayana. This art is still practiced in India and authentic Gold bhasma is still available today.
Another profound healing panacea in Rasashastra is called Navaratna (Nine Gem). This compound is indirectly related to Vedic Jyotish (Vedic Astrology) and Ayurvedic medical astrology as it engenders benefits to the body internally in a similar way that Joytish gems and metals offer benefits on the surface of the body. The difference is that with Navaratna the gems and metals are triturated with herbs after being specially purified and, as they are orally ingested, they are designed to reach every cell in the body for complete cellular and organ rejuvenation.
Formula for Navaratna (present day composition):
120mg micro-tablet (produced on a single-tablet hand press rather than hand rolled as in the old days)
Active Formulation consisting of bhasmas of:
Ruby
Blue Sapphire
Emerald
Yellow Topaz
Chrysoberyl
Red-Brown Garnet
Cultured White Fresh-Water Pearl
Lapis Lazuli
Himalayan White Coral
In a potentizing carrier base of:
Organic Red Rose Petal
24 Karat Gold
.999 Silver
Navaratna Usage:
1-2 tablets per week. Take on an empty stomach, and chew or dissolve on the tongue before swallowing.
Quality Standards:
All gems are natural earth -mined and not synthetically produced.
Metals are 100% pure and not alloys.
Pearls are cultured under controlled pollution-free conditions.
Coral was formed millions of years ago in unpolluted pre-Himalayan oceans.
Rose petals and all Ayurvedic herbs used as catalysts during the processes of Shodhana (purification) and Bhavana (trituration) are completely organic.
The Navaratna tablets are produced at a leading Ayurvedic laboratory in India by highly trained Rasashastric alchemists exactly according to traditional Shastric rules.
Alchemical transformation of the ingredients is repeated a total of 200 times (100 times each for Shodhana and Bhavana).
Navaratna and the Sacred Science of Rasashastra:
Rasashastra is a branch of Ayurvedic medicine that deals primarily with the alchemical transformation of metals, gems and minerals, using specialized herbs and techniques, for the purification, healing and rejuvenation of the physical and subtle bodies. Navaratna is one of the most esoteric products in the Rasashastric Codex and works deeply in the various sheaths of the body-mind.
When making Navaratna, the nine gem-Bhasmas are dissolved and blended into a base of purified and oxidized gold, silver and rose petals which further potentizes the gem essences and functions as a vehicle to transport them into the body as nutrients.
Once absorbed, Navaratna works to release karmas and sanskaras that are held physiologically and psychically in the body-mind as “knots” or toxic “pockets” in the tissues and nervous system. This is similar to the use of gems on the surface of the body in Vedic Jyotish and Ayurvedic Medical Astrology, but because Navaratna is ingested and delivered to every cell in the body it is a more powerful approach. Rasashastra preparations also purify and rejuvenate on the cellular level, and may target certain organs or tissue systems (dhatus) to complete their work.
According to documented history, the science of Rasashastra made its first visible appearance in India during the time the Buddha (Gautama Shakyamuni) lived and was re-enlivened by Nagarjuna, although according to practicing alchemists in the Rasashastra tradition, it’s roots are actually far older. Rasashastra practiced today is the same authentic Vedic Alchemy that has been practiced and handed down through generations for thousands of years, and Navaratna is one of the pinnacle elixirs within that tradition.
Because of the profundity of these times and the urgent necessity of our evolution as a human culture, we are honored to make available the following authentic Rasashastric Alchemical products

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Physicochemical characterization of Swarna makshika bhasma

Swarna makshika [SM], a mineral having various therapeutic uses, has been used since long in Ayurveda . The present study was conducted to generate a fingerprint for raw and processed SM using techniques which can be used by pharmacies. Powdered SM was heated in an iron pan by adding lemon juice for 3 days, till liberation of sulfur fumes stopped. Bhasma of this shuddha SM was obtained by triturating it with shuddha gandhaka and lemon juice. It was then subjected to heat in 09* putas, and for firing in each puta, 4 kg cow dung cakes were used. To assure the quality of bhasma, rasa shastra quality control tests like nischandratva, varitara, amla pariksha, etc., were used. After the bhasma complied with these tests, the bhasma was analyzed using X-ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis of raw SM and SM bhasma revealed that raw SM contains CuFeS 2 , and SM bhasma contains Fe 2 O 3 , FeS 2 , CuS and SiO 2 . Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) studies showed that the grains in SM bhasma were uniformly arranged in agglomerates of size 1-2 microns as compared to the raw SM which showed a scattered arrangement of grains of size 6-8 microns. It may be concluded that raw SM is a complex compound which gets converted into a mixture of simple compounds having very small particle size after the particular process of marana. This is the first report of fingerprinting of SM bhasma prepared using this particular method.

Introduction

Swarna makshika [SM] bhasma has been used for pandu (anemia), anidra (insomnia), apasmara (convulsions), mandagni (poor digestion), kustha (skin diseases),[1] etc., as well as a potent rasayana[2] drug. Generally, SM bhasma is prepared in two steps: shodhana, by different techniques like fomentation, heating and quenching and roasting, etc.; and marana, by puta system of heating in different types of putas,[3] like varahaputa, kukkutaputa, gajaputa, etc.; and kupipakwa procedures, [4] etc. During marana, bhavana with lemon juice, kulottha decoction, eranda taila, snuhi ksheera,[5] etc., are given with addition of shuddha gandhaka and shuddha hingula,[6] etc., as associated materials.

SM bhasma is used as a single constituent formulation or in multi-ingredient formulation. However, there is variation in collection of raw materials and the pharmaceutical procedure followed, which generates the same bhasma with different characters. As a result, reproducibility is often not achieved. In many cases, wrong manufacturing and marketing practice leads to the production of inferior quality products, which reduces efficacy or produces safety concerns. In order to minimize variability and to check adulteration, standardization of a bhasma is a must.

Ayurvedic texts have described methods for quality control of finished products through different parameters like nischasndratva, varitara, nirutha, apunarbhava, etc., to achieve a specific acceptable standard bhasma. This study was performed to characterize the bhasma using sensitive tools and techniques. These fingerprints generated for the raw material and bhasma could be used as standards to for ensuring quality and reproducibility of standards of the medicines.

All the above articles / blog posts are not the original contribution from author, please consider a opinion of qualified doctor, if you considering this. If you need a advice please contact Dr. Anil Joy email: [email protected]

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PUANRNAVA AND PUNARNAVA MANDOOR Latin name –Boerhavia diffusa English name – Spreading Hogweed, Horse

PUANRNAVA AND PUNARNAVA MANDOOR

Latin name –Boerhavia diffusa
English name – Spreading Hogweed, Horse Purslane
Indian name –Punarnava

Punarnava is found throughout India and Brazil. It is a very important plant for urinary system. It can be white or red and has long since been used as a treatment of liver disorders such as jaundice and hepatitis. Throughout the tropics, it is used as a natural remedy for Guinea worms. It is a wonderful natural diuretic. Ayurveda- the ancient healthcare system of india recommend punarnava mandur tablets for various fluid retention problems.

PUNARNAVA MANDOOR

It is a classical ayurvedic formulation for anemia, Low Platelet count, Low RBC count, Swelling around Joints, Generalised Swelling, Gout and other endotoxins accumulation. It is also diuretic and is useful in renal disorders. In renal failure, it is used with Mutrakrichantak Churna for getting good results. Kidney support can also be used with it.

Punarnava mandur is a traditional Ayurvedic formulation which is prescribed in conditions like Anemia, Jaundice, pedal edema or generalized edema, Swelling and fluid accumulcation, fluid retention in feet. It is also a best herbal remedy for ascites, Disorders associated with Liver and Spleen, Skin diseases, Kidney diseases, fluid retention due to kidney failure or liver failure.

Ingredients of Punarnava Mandur tablets

Sanskrit Name

Botanical Name

Parts

1.Punarnava

Boerhaavia diffusa

1

2.Trivrit

Operculina turpethum

1

3.Shunti

Zingiber officinale

1

4.Pippali

Piper longum

1

5.Maricha

Piper nigrum

1

6.Vidanga

Embelia ribes

1

7.Devadaru

Cedrus deodara

1

8.Chitrak mool

Plumbago zeylanica

1

9.Pushkara mool

Inula racemosa

1

10.Hareethaki

Terminalia chebula

1

11.Vibheetaki

Terminalia belerica

1

12.Amalaki

Emblica officinalis

1

13.Daruharidra

Berberis aristata

1

14.Haridra

Curcuma longa

1

15.Dantimool

Baliospermum montanum

1

16.Chavya

Piper chaba

1

17.Indrayava

Holarrhena antidysenterica

1

18.Katuka

Picrorrhiza kurroa

1

19.Pippalimool

Piper longum root

1

20.Mustaka

Cyperus rotundus

1

21.Mandoor Bhasma

Ferric oxide calx

40

22.Gomutra

Cow’s urine

320

Plant Description -Boerhavia diffusa- Punarnava

A perennial creeper, 0.75-1m in length. Sometimes grows up to 4mtrs in rainy seasons and dries in summer.
Leaves: opposite, 2.5-4cm long, fleshy with soft hairs, whitish ventrally.
Flowers: small, pink coloured,
Fruits: 1cm long, round or circular, containing seeds like cow’s beans.
Root: twisted on drying.
Flowering and fruiting during winter.

Chemical Constituents of Punarnava

Punarnava contains b-Sitosterol, a-2-sitosterol, palmitic acid, ester of b-sitosterol, tetracosanoic, hexacosonoic, stearic, arachidic acid, urosilic acid, Hentriacontane, b-Ecdysone, triacontanol etc

Parts Used

Whole herb, root. Each part has a different therapeutic value and must be prepared in its own way for maximum benefits. Found throughout India, especially during the rainy season.

Traditional Ayurvedic Uses of Punarnava

The root of this plant is a powerful Rasayana (longevity enhancer). It is good for the kidneys, especially the nephron cells which are damaged by long-term hyperglycemia (diabetes). And it pacifies two of the main laws of physiology (Vata and Kapha).
Punarnava enhances the quality of 6 of the 7 categories of bodily tissues, including nutrient plasma (Rasa Dhatu), blood (Rakta Dhatu), muscle (Mamsa Dhatu), fat (Meda Dhatu), bone marrow and nerves (Majja Dhatu), and reproductive fluids (Shukra Dhatu).
According to Ayurveda, Punarnava is diuretic by increasing renal blood flow. It is bitter, cooling, astringent to bowels, useful in biliousness, leucorrhoea, inflammations, asthma etc. The leaves are useful in dyspepsia, tumors, and abdominal pains. According to Unani system of medicine, the leaves are appetizer, alexiteric, useful in opthalmia, in joint pains. Seeds are tonic expectorant, carminative, useful in lumbago, scabies. The seeds are considered as promising blood purifier.It is excellent natural diuretic.

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The main indications for uses of Punarnava are

As diuretic for edema, painful micturition, renal stones.
Blood impurities; heart diseases especially congestive heart failure.
Anemia, spleen enlargement, ascites, liver failure, kidney failure
Dosage

Punarnava Juice- 20 to 30 ml per day, Punarnava Powder- 3-6 grams per day,

Punarnava Mandur – 2 tablets thrice daily

Punarnava – for fever, bloating, and spring discomforts

Spring is a painful time for Tigers. Joints feel swollen and hurt as the barometric pressure drops before a storm. Winds, rains, uncertain weather irritate. Allergens and humidity slow the liver’s detoxification of acids, which increase inflammation and indigestion. New Yorkers get crabby and clumsy. They bump into eachother and yell in the street. It’s like everyone gets PMS all at once. Lately my liver has felt painful when I lay on my right side and I felt hot (feverish) in the abdomen, chest, neck and head. (Could it have been the Botox injection I had last week to remove worry wrinkles from my forehead?!!) To feel cool and comfortable, I added 1 tsp. of an East Indian powder Punarnavadi churna to a glass of water three times daily. It did the trick in a day or two. Punarnava (AKA hog weed) regulates the liver, is diuretic and acts as a gentle heart tonic. Look Mom no wrinkles, no inflammation. Eventually punarnava’s diuretic and cleansing effects are slimming. It’s a good long term remedy for prevention of liverish discomforts useful for rich eaters and drinkers.

Punarnava/Hog Weed

Botanical Name : Boerhaavia diffusa

This Ayurvedic herb is found throughout India. It is a creeping and spreading perennial herb, with a stout root-stock and many erect or spreading branches. It grows up to 2 meters in length. The leaves of the plant are simple, broad, somewhat rough, thick and brittle. The flowers are pink or red in color. The fruits are oval in shape, dull green or brownish in color and about the size of caraway bean.

Ancient ayurvedic texts describe Punarnava as of two types, white and red. Both of them have identical medicinal value.

Punarnava is slightly bitter in taste and is considered hot, light and dry in effect. According to Ayurveda (the classical natural medicine of India) it balances all Doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) in the body. That means it reduces nervous exhaustion, depression, paralysis and arthritic conditions (Vata). It reduces inflammatory conditions, including fevers, hot flashes, rashes, and hypertension (Pitta). It reduces phlegmy congestion that might lead to overweight, asthma, joint swelling, edema, cancers, and other water-retention conditions (Kapha).

Besides potassium nitrate, it contains an alkaloid, which is known as punarnavine. Experimental studies have confirmed the diuretic properties of Punarnava. It is useful in obesity, anemia cases, loss of appetite, jaundice and chronic but non specific febrile conditions. It is also anti-inflammatory, mildly laxative and also a heart tonic. Punarnava is also known to possess properties to cure skin and soft tissue infections.

Parts Used
The whole plant, particularly leaves, roots and seeds.

Healing power and curative properties:

Obesity
The herb has been used in indigenous medicine from time immemorial. Punarnava is highly beneficial in the treatment of obesity as almost all anti-obesity herbal preparations contain it in one or the other form. It is beneficial in the treatment of several common ailments.

“Dropsy” (edema):
Punarnava increases the secretion and discharge of urine. It is effective in the treatment of dropsy, a disease marked by an excessive collection of a watery fluid in the tissues and cavities or natural hollows of the body. The fresh boiled herb should be given in the treatment of this disease. A liquid extract of the fresh or dry plant can also be given in doses of 4 to 6 gms.

Ascites: (a large belly full of toxic fluid resulting from liver failure)
The herb is useful in the treatment of ascites, a disease characterized by accumulation of fluid inside the peritoneal cavity of the abdomen. Much more powerful effect on certain types of ascites that is caused due to the cirrhosis of the liver and chronic peritonitis.

Stomach disorders:
The herb is useful in strengthening the stomach and promoting its action. It is beneficial in the treatment of several stomach disorders, particularly intestinal colic. A powder of the root is given in doses of 5 gms (1 tsp) three times a day. It is also useful in killing or expelling intestinal worms.

Asthma:
Punarnava promotes the removal of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes. It is, therefore, beneficial in the treatment of asthma. A powder of the root can be taken in small doses three times a day.

Fevers and hot flashes:
Punarnava is beneficial in the treatment of fevers. It brings down temperature by inducing copious perspiration.

Skin diseases
The root of the plant is an effective remedy for several skin diseases. A paste of the root can be applied beneficially as a dressing for edematous swellings. A hot poultice of the root can be applied with gratifying results to ulcers, abscesses and similar skin diseases.

Other discomforts:
The root of the plant is useful in the treatment of several diseases – particularly of the kidney and heart as well as gonorrhea. It is also valuable in anemia, cough, pleurisy, nervous weakness, constipation and paralysis. I don’t know if it helps the body to tolerate Botox or other (toxic) substances. If you tend to have allergic reactions that include inflammation or swelling, it may help. Better to avoid toxins. Homeopathic apis mel 30C (homeopathic honey bee) also reduces allergic swelling, redness, heat and pain from allergic swelling.

All the above articles / blog posts are not the original contribution from author, please consider a opinion of qualified doctor, if you considering this. If you need a advice please contact Dr. Anil Joy email: [email protected]

Thank You,

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MEDICINAL PLANT WISE AYURVEDIC PREPARATIONS The Ayurvedic Preparations or Rasayanas and the herbs

MEDICINAL PLANT WISE AYURVEDIC PREPARATIONS

The Ayurvedic Preparations or Rasayanas and the herbs used

The following are the various preparations in which the ayurvedic herbs are used.

1. Ajamoda
Agnithundi Vati, Ajamodaarka, Aardrakhandaava Leham, Chitrakaadi Vati, Daadimashtaka Churnam, Hinguashtaka Churnam, Jeerakaadyarishta, Kapithaashtaka Churnam, Krimighna Churnam, Lohaasava, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Sivaa Modakam, sukumaara ghritam, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

2. Aakaarakarabha
Akaarakarabhaadi Vati.Naagavallaba Rasa.

3. Aamalaki
Aamalaki Rasayanam, Amrutamalaka Thailam, Asana-bilvadi Thailam, Asoka Ghritam, Avipatikara Churnam, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Chandanadi Snaana Churnam, Chandanaadi Thailam, Chandanaasava, Chandraprabha Vati, Chyavananaprasa Leham, Dasamularishta, Devadaarvadi Quatha Churnam, Drakshadi Leham, Gandhaka Rasayanam, Gokshuradi Churnam, Gokshuadi Guggulu, Jateepaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jogini Rasa, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kanchanara Guggulu, Khadirarishta. Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Narikelaanjanam, Navayasa Loham, Panchatika guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyasava, Punarnavasava, Saribada Paanakam, Saribadyaasava, Satavaryadi Leham, Sivamodaam, Thriphala Churnam, Thriphala Ghritam, Thriphala Guggulu, Thriphala Lepam, Vaasakhandakushmanda Leham, Vatagajankusa Rasa, Yogaraja Guggulu.

4. Aphenam
Aakarakarabhadi Vati, Andavayu Lepa churnam, Aastaksharigutika, Karpuradi Vati (Compound), Simhasyadi Vati.

5. Arjuna Thwak
Arjunarishta, Aswagandharishta, Danthadhavana Churnam, Kakubhadi Churnam, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Saribadyaasava.

6. Arka
Arkadikashayam, Arka Lavanam, Arkapippali, Arkaadivati, Arkadi Thailam, Simhasyadi Vati, Vasadi Churnam.

7. Asokathwak
Asokarishta, Asoka Ghritam, Asoka Rasakriya Vati, Asoka Vati, Asokadi Vati.

8. Aswagandha
Asoka Ghritam, Aswagandharishta, Aswagandhadi Churnam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Balarishta, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Lakshathailam, Narayana Thailam, Saraswatarishta, Saribadyaasava, Sivamodakam, Sukumaara Ghritam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

9. Aswattha
Satadhouta ghrita, Mootra sangrahaneeya.

10. Bala
Anutailam, Balaaswagandhadi Thailam, Balarishta, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Kakubhadi Churnam, Ksheerabala Thailam, Masha Thailam, Naarayana Thailam, Rasnadi Quatha Churnam Rasnathi, Thailam, Sivamodakam.

11. Bhallaathaka
Amirthabhallathaka Leham, Bhallathaka Vati, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam.

12. Bharngi
Bharngyadi Quatha Churnam, Chandanadi Thailam (Internal), Dasamularishta, Kanakasavam, Sivamodakam, Vasaakushmanda Leham.

13. Braahmi
Braahmi Ghritam, Braahmi Rasayanam, Saaraswatarishta.

14. Bringaraaja
Asoka Ghritam, Bringamalaka Thailam, Bringarajasava, Bringaraja Thailam, Thyagaraja maricham.

15. Chandanam
Anutailam, Ardrakhandava Leham, Akarakarabhadi Vati, Aswagandarishta, Bringamalaka Thailam, Chandanasava, Chandanadi Churnam, Chandanadi Snana Churnam. Chandanadi Vati, Devakusuma rasayanam, Drakshadi Churnam, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Karpuradi Churnam, Pippalyasava, Saribadi Panakam, Saribadyasava, Thambula Vati, Thriphala Guggulu, Useeradi Quatha Churnam.
16. Chitramoolam
Agnithundi Vati, Ardrakandava Leham, Aswagandharishta, Chandanasava, Chandrapraba Vati, Chitrakadi Vati, Dasamularishta, Gavyasava, Gudapipali (Brihat), Jateepaladi Churnam (Brihat), Kapithastaka Churnam, Kiratarishta, Lohasava, Navayasaloham, Nisadi Churnam, Panchatika guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyasava, Sudarsana Churnam, Vaiswanara Churnam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

17. Daadima
Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Dadimaashtaka Churnam, Dadimadi Panakam, Kapithashtaka Churnam.

18. Danthibeeja
Itchabhedi Vati, Jalodarari Vati, Jogimrasa Vati, Rechana Vati, Rechana Ghritam, Sarvajwarankusarasa Vati.

19. Daaruharidra
Anutaiiam, Asokarishta, Aswagandharishta, Chandanadi Snana Churnam, Chandanadi, Thailam, Chandraprabha Vati, Kalyana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Khadirarishta, Kunkumadi Thailam, Naarikelanjanam, Neelinyaadi Churnam, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Rasothamaadi lepa Churnam, Rasothamadi lepam, Sivamodakam, Thriphala Ghritam.

20. Devadaaru
Chandanaasava, Chandraprabha Vati, dasamularishta, Devadarvadi Quatha Churnam, Kalyaana Ghritam, Khadirarishta, Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Mahachandanada Thailam, Sudarsana Churnam, Suradarulepa Churnam, Yoga raja Guggulu.

21. Dhaanyakam
Abhyadi Quatha Churnam, Abhayarishta, Anutailam Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvadi Leham, Chandrapraba Vati, Chitrakadi Vati, Dadimashtaka Churnam, Kapithashtaka Churnam, Guduchyadi Quatha Churnam, Kapithashtaka churnam. Dhanyakaadi lehyam, Kushmanda Leham, Soubhaagya Sunthi, Swarnamukhi Panakam, Vireswara Vati, Yogaraja Guggulu.

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22. Dhatura
Dhatura Thailam, Dhaturadi Thailam, Jwarankusa Rasa Lakshmivilasa Rasa, Panchavaktra Rasa, Vasadi Churnam.

23. Draaksha
Abhayarishta, Arjunarishta, Asoka Ghritam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Chandanasava, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Dhaanyakaadi lehgam, Dasamularishta, Drakshadi Churnam, Drakshadi Leham, Draksharista, Kamala Panakam, Kanakasava, Kutajarishta, Pippalysava, Punarnavasava, Pushyanuga choornam, Saaribadyasava, Sivamodakam, Swarnamukhi Panakam, Trivrit Leham.

24. Ela
Anutailam, Amalaki Rasayanam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Aswagandharishta, Avipatikara Churnam, Balarishta, Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvadi Leham, Bringarajasavam, Chandanadi Churnam, Chathurjathaka Churnam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Chandrapraba Vati, Dadimashtaka Churnam, Drakshadi Leham, Draksharishta, Eladi Churnam, Jateepaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakadyarishta, Kalyana Ghritam, Kamalapanakam, Kanchanara Guggulu, Karpuradi Churnam, Maha Chandanadi Thailam, Pippalyasava, Saraswatarishta, Saribadyasava, Sitopaladi Churnam, Sivamodakam, Talisadi Churnam, Trivrit Leham, Vasarishta, Vasava Leham, Yogaraja Guggulu.

25. Eranda Thailam
Dhatri Thailam, Hingutriguna Thailam, Rasnadi Thailam, Sukumara Ghritam.

26. Gandhakam
Agnithundi Vadi, Balasooryodayam, Dwiguna sinduram, Ekagunasinduram, Gandhakadi Lepam, Gandhaka Rasayanam, Gandhaka Thailam, Itchabhedi Vati, Jogini Rasa, Kasisadi Ghritam, Kanthavallabha Rasa, Kasthurimatra, Kravyada Rasa, Krimighna Churnam, Loha Rasayanam, Mahajwarankusarasa, Mehantaka Rasa, Mrityunjaya Rasa, Panchavaktrarasa, Poornachandrodaa Makaradhwaja, Rasagandhaka Kajali, Rasothamadi lepa Churnam, Rasothamadi Lepam, Rechana Vati, Sankha Vati, Shadguna Sinduram, sidhamakaradhwaja Vati (Compound), swarna Ghatitha Shadguna Balijaritha Makaradhwaja, Swarnavangam, Vatagajankusarasa, Vireswara Rasa.

27. Ghritam
Amirtha Ballathaki Lehyam, Ardrakhandava Leham, Asoka Ghritam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Bilvadi Leham, Brahmi Ghritam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Drakshadi Leham, Gandhakadi Lepam, Gairikadi Lepam, Kalyana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Kushmanda Ghritam, Kushmanda Leham, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Satadhowtha Ghritam, Sukumara Ghritam, Triphala Ghritam, Trivrit Leham.

28. Gokshura
Abhayarishta, Balarishta, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Dasamoolaquaatha choornam, Gokshuradi Churnam, Gokshuradi Guggulu, Punarnavasava, Rasnadi Quatha Churnam, Rasnadi Thailam, Siva Modakam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

29. Guggulu
Chandrapraba Vati, Gairikadi Lepam, Gokshuradi Guggulu, Kaanchanara Guggulu, Kasisadi Ghritam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Pinda Thailam, Raasna Guggulu, Satadowtha Ghritam, Triphala Guggulu, Yogaraja Guggulu.

30. Guduchi
Amirtthaarishta, Asoka Ghritam, Chandanadi Churnam (internal), Chyavanaprasa Leham, Dasamularishta, Drakshadi Leham, Guduchyadi Quatha Churnam, Guduchi Thailam, Loha Rasayanam, Mehantaka Rasa, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Panchatikta Quatha Churnam, Punarnavasava, Rasnadi Quatha Churnam, Rasnadi Thailam, saraswatarishta, Saribadyasava, Sthanyasodhaka Churnam, Sthanya Vardhaka Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

31. Harithaki
Abhayarishta, Aitham Thailam, Agnithundi Vati, Asokarishta, Aswagandharishta, Athimaduradi Rasakriya Vati, Avipattikara Churnam, Ayaskantha Bhasma, Brahmi Ghritam, Bringarajaasava, Bringaraja Thailam, Chandanadi Thailam, Chandrapraba Vati, Chandrodaya Varthi, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Desamularishta, Devadarvadi Quatha Churnam, Gandhaka Rasayanam, Gokshuradi Churnam, Hemamakshika Bhasma, Itchabhedi Vatti, Kakubhadi Churnam, Kanchanara Guggulu, Kasisadi Ghritam, Khadirarishta, Loha Bhasma, Lohasava, Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Navayasa Loham, Narikelanjanam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Punarnavasava, Punarnavashtaka Churnam, Rechanachoornam, Saraswatarishta, Saribadyasava, Siddhanagarjuna Varthi, Sivamodakam, Sodhita Guggulu, Sudarsana Churnam, Triphala Churnam, Thriphala Ghritam, Thriphala Lepam, Trivrit Leham, Vasava Leham, Vatagajankusarasa, Vireswararasa Vati, Yogaraja Guggulu.

32. Haridra
Aswagandharishta, Brahmi Ghritam, Chandanasava, Chandanadi Snana Churnam, Chandraprabha Vati, Dasamularishta, Lakshadi Thailam, Kalyana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghrita, Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Neelinyadi Churnam, Nisadi Churnam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyasava, Rasothamadi lepa Churnam, Sivamodakam, Sodhita Rasa, Sudarsana Churnam.

33. Hingu
Gudapippali (Brihat), Hinguashtaka Churnam, Hingutriguna Thailam, Mustakadi Vati, Pushyanuga Churnam, Rajahpravarthani Vati, Sankha Vati.

34. Hingulam
Anandabhairava Rasa, Dwiguna Sinduram, Hingulotha Rasa, Hingulotha Rasa Sinduram, Mahajwarankusa Rasa, Phiranga Vati, Sannipata bhairava Rasa, Suryavarthi.

35. Ikshuraka
Dhaanyakaadi lehyam, Sthanyavardhaka Churnam, Veeryasthambana Vati.

36. Jatiphala
Akarakarabhadi Vati, Bringarajasava, Dasamularishta, Drakshadi Churnam, Jateepaladi Churnam (Laghu), Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakadyarishta, Karpuradi Churnam, Khadirarishtam, Nagavallabha Rasa, Siddhamakaradhwaja Pills (compound).

37. Jatipatri
Amalaki Rasayanam.

38. Jatamamsi
Chandanadi Churnam (Internal), Chitrakadi Vati, Dasamularishta, Karpuradi Churnam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Sivamodakam.

39. Jeerakam
Agnithundi Vati, Asokarishta, Asoka Ghritam, Aswagandhadi Churnam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvadi leham, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Bhringaraja Thailam, Chitrakadi Vati, Dadimashtaka Churnam, Hinguashtaka Churnam, Jateephaladi Churnam (Laghu), Jeerakaarista, Kapithashtaka Churnam, Kushmanda Leham, Pnachatikta guggulu Ghritam, Rasothamadi lepa Churnam, Rasothamadi Lepam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

40. Kachoram
Chandanadi Snana Churnam, Chayavanaprasa Leham, Mahachandanadi Thailam, Ramabana Thailam, Saribadyasava, Vasarishta, Yogaraja Guggulu.

41. Kantakari
Anutailam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Dasamoolaquaatha choornam, Kanakasava Narayana Thailam, Punarnavasava, Pushyanuga Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam, Vasakantakari Panakam.
42. Karpuram
Chandrakala Lepam, Chandanadi Snana Churnam, Chandrapraba Vati, Danthadhavana Churnam, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Karpuradi Churnam, Karpuradi Lepam, Karpuradi Thailam, Karpuradi Vati, Karpuradyarishta, Mustakadi Vati, Narikelanjanam, Sidhamakaradhwaja Pills (Compound), Thuvaraka Lepam.

43. Kasisa
Kasisabhasma, Suraksharakasisa bhasma, Sankhadravakam.

44. Kasthuri
Dasamularishtam, Kasthuri Matra, Siddhamakaradwaja Pills (Compound), Vasantha Kusumakaram.

45. Katukarohini
Abhayadi Quatha Churnam, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Gorochana Matra, Kasthuri Matra, Lakshadi Thailam, Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Panchatikta Panakam, Punarnavaashtaka Quaatha choornam, Punarnavasava, Saribadyasava, Sthanya Sodhaka Choornam, Sudarsana Churnam.

46. Khadira
Dantha dhavana Churnam, Dasamularishta, Khadirarishta, Mootrasangrahana Quatha Churnam

47. Kirata
Guduchyadi Quatha Churnam, Kiratarishta, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Panchatikta Quaatha choornam Sthanyasodhaka Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam.

48. Krishnajeerakam
Aardrakandava Leham, Asoka Ghritam, Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Dasamularishta, Gudapippali (Brihat), Hingu ashtaka Churnam, Jeerakadyarishtam, Kapithashtaka Churnam, Rasothamadi lepa Churnam, Sivamodakam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

49. Kumari
Bhringamalaka Thailam, Kanyasaradi Churnam, Kumaryaadi Vati, Loha Rasayanam, Rajapravartani Vati.

50. Kurasaniyamani
Saribadyasava, Sudarsana Churnam.

51. Kushtam
Ardrakandava Leham, Brahmi Ghritam, Bringamalaka Thailam, Chandanadi Thailam, Chandrodya Varthi, Dasa, mularishta, Guda Pippali (Brihat), Chyavanaprasa Leham, Kakubhadi Churnam, Kalyana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Lakshadi Thailam, Pnachatikta
guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyasava, Saraswatarishta, Saribadyasava, Yogaraja Guggulu

52. Kutajathwak
Abhayadi Quatha Churnam, Chandanadi Churnam (Internal), Gangadhara Churnam, Guduchyadi Quatha Churnam, Kutajarishta, Kutajapanitam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Pushyanuga Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam.

53. Laaksha
Kunkumadi Thailam, Lakshadi Churnam, Lakshadi Thailam.

54. Lankesa
Athimadhuradi Rasakriya Vati, Chandanadi Vati, Chandanasava, Gokshuradi Churnam, Siddhamakaradhwaja Pills (Compound), Sivamodakam.

55. Lavangam
Akarakarabhadi Vati, Aswagandharishta, Avipatikara Churnam, Balarishta, Balasooryodaya Varthi, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Chandanandi Thailam (Internal), Danthadhavana Churnam, Dasamularishtam, Devakusumarasayanam, Drakshadi Leham, Eladi Churnam, Jateephaladi Churnam (Laghu), Jateephaladi Churnam (Briaht), Jeerakadyarishta, Kanchanara guggulu, Karpuradi Churnam, Karpuradi Lepam, Khadirarishta, Pippalyasava, Ratnapurusha Lepam, Saraswatarishta, Siddamakaraadhwaja Pills (Compound), Sivaamodakam, Sudarsana Churnam, Sooryavarthi, Yogaraja Guggulu.

56. Lodhra
Chandanadi Churnam (Internal), Dasamularishta, Gangadhara Churnam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Pippalyasava, Pushyanuga Churnam, Saribadyasava.

57. Madhu
Aswagandhadi leham, Aswagandharishta, Bilvadi leham, Chandanasava, Chyavanaprasa leham, Dasamularishta Gairikadi lepam, Kanakasava Khadirarishta, Karitarishta, Kushmanda leham, Lohasava, Narikelanjanam, Saraswatarishtam, Trivrit leham, Vasavaleham.

58. Madhusnuhi
Aswagandhadi Churnam, Aswagandhadi leham.

59. Maduchishta
Gairikadi lepam, Karpuradi lepam, Maduchistadi lepam, Pinda Thailam, Rasothamadi lepam, Thriphala lepam, Thuvaraka lepam.

60. Manjishta
Aswagandharishta, Chandanadi Churnam, Chandanadi Thailam, Dasamularistha. Draksharishta, Kalyana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Kunkumadi Thailam, Manjishtadi quatha Churnam, Moorchita tila thailam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghrita, Pinda Thailam.

61. Maricham
Anandabhairava Rasa, Aswagandharishta, Avipatikara Churnam, Balasooryodaya Varthi, Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvadi Leham, Chandraprabha Vati, Chandrodaya Varthi, Chitrakadi Vati, Dadimashtaka Churnam, Danthadhavana Churnam, Draksharishta, Gandhaka Rasayanam, Gokshuradi Churnam, Gorochana Vati, Gudamaricham, Gudapippali (Brihat), Hinguashtaka Churnam, Itchabedi Vati, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Kanchanara Guggulu Kapitharishta, Karpuradi Thailam, Karpuradyasava, Kasisadi Ghritam, Kasthuri Matra, Kushmanda Leham, Lohasava, Mritunjayarasa Vati, Navayasaloham, Nityaananda guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyaasava, Punarnavaasava, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Rasothamaadi lepa Churnam, Rasothamadi Lepam, Ratnapurusha Leham, Rechana Vati, Sankha Vati, Seetamsu Rasa, Seetamsu Rasa (Compound), Sudarsana Churnam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Thriphala Ghritam, Vasakushmanda leham.

62. Musta
Abhayadi Quatha Churnam, Asokarishta, Aswagandharishta, Bilvadi leham, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Chandanaadi Churnam, Chandanadi Snana Churnam, Chandraprabha Vati, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Danthadhaavana Churnam, Dasamulaarishta, Draakshadi Churnam, Elaadi Churnam, Gangadhara Churnam, Gokshuraadi Churnam Guduchyaadi Quatha Churnam, Jeerakaadyarishta, Karpuraadi Vati, Karpuradyaasva, Kaasisadi Ghritam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Mustakaadi Vati, Navaayasaloham, Pippalyaasava, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Saaribaadyaasava, Sthanyasodhaka Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam, Useeraadi Quatha Churnam, Vaasaarishta, Vaasaakushmaanda Leham, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

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63. Naagakesaram
Aamalaki Rasayanam, Aswagandhaarishta, Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvaadi Leham, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Chandanaadi Churnam (Internal), Chathurjathaka Churnam, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Dasamulaarishta, Elaadi Churnam, Gokshuraadi Churnam, Jaateephalaadi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakaadyarishta, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kanakaasava Kapithaashtaka Churnam, Karpuraadi Churnam, Khadiraarishta, Pippalyaasava, Sivaamodakam, Vaasaarishta, Vaasaava Leham.

64. Navaasaaram
Sankhadraavakam, Suradaaru lepa Churnam, Swarnavangam.

65. Nimba
Manjishtaadi Quaatha Churnam, Nimbaadi Thailam, Panchatikta Paanakam, Panchatikta Quaatha Churnam, Punarnavaashtaka Churnam, Punarnavaasava, Sudarsana Churnam.

66. Nirgundi
Arkaadi Thailam, Nirgundi Thailam

67. Parpatakam
Guduchyaadi Quatha Churnam, Panchatikta Quatha Churnam, Useeraadi Quatha Churnam.

68. Patola
Ppanchatika guggulu Ghritam, Panchatikta Panakam, Panchatikta Quatha Churnam, Punarnavaashtaka Churnam.

69. Patrakam
Aamalaki Rasayanam, Ardrakhandaava Leham, Avipatikara Churnam, Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bhringamalaka Thailam, Bhringarajaasavam, Chandanadi Thailam, Chandraprabha Vati, Chathurajathaka Churnam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Dasamularishta, Draksharishta, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakadyarishta, Kanchanaara Guggulu, Kapithashtaka Churnam, Khadirarishta, Pippalyaasava, Ratnapurusha Leham, Saribaadyaasava, Vaasaakushmanda Leham, Vaasarishta, Vaasaava Leham.

70. Pippali
Akaarakarabhadi Vati, Aamalaki Rasayanam, Aanandabhairava Rasa, Aardrakhandava Leham, Athimadhuradi Rasakriya Vati, Avipatikara Churnam, Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bilvadi Leham, Braahmi Ghritam, Bringaraajasava, Chandraprabha Vati, Chandrodaya Varthi, Chitrakadi Vati, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Dasamularishta, Drakshadi Leham, Draksharishta, Elaadi Churnam, Gavyasava, Gokshuradi Goggulu, Gorochana Vati, Gudapippali (Brihat), Hinguashtaka Churnam, Jateechurnam, Kanakasava, Kanchanara Guggulu, Kapithashtaka Churnam, Karpuradi Churnam, Kasthuri Matra, Khadirarishta, Kiratarishta, Kushmanda Leham, Lohasava Mritunjaya Rasa, Mustakadi Vati, Naagavallabha Rasa, Navayasa Loham, Nisaadi Churnam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyaa sava, Punarnavasava, Saaraswataarishta, Seetaamsu Rasa, Seetaamsurasa (Compound), Siddhanagarjuna Varti, Sitopaladi Churnam, Sivamodakam, Sundarasana Churnam, Sukumara Ghritam, Talisaadi Churnam, Thriphala Ghritam, Vasava Leham, Vatagajankusa Rasa.

71. Pippali Moolam
Aragwadhaadi Vati, Bhaskaralavana Churnam, Chandraprabha Vati, Chitrakadi Vati, Daadimashtaka Churnam, Gudapippali (Brihat), Kapithashtaka Churnam, Kiratarishta, Panchatika guggulu Ghritam, Sudarsana Churnam, Sukumara Ghritam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

72. Punarnava
Balarishta, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Dasamularishta, Punarnavaashtaka Churnam, Punarnavasava, Punarnavamanduram, Sukumara Ghritam, Thripala Ghritam, Vidaaryaadi Quatha Churnam.

73. Raktachandanam
Abhayaadi Quatha Churnam, Asokarishta, Aswagandharishta, Chandanasava, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Eladi Churnam, Guduchyaadi Quatha Churnam, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kasisadi Ghritam, Kunkumadi Thailam, Lakshadi Thailam, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Saribaadyasava, Sivaamodakam.

74. Rasona
Karpuradi Thailam, Hingutriguna Thailam.

75. Rasnaa
Athimadhuraadirasakriya Vati, Aswagandhaarishta, Balaarishta, Chandanadi Thailam, Dasamularishta, Kakubhadi Churnam, Laksha Thailam, Moorchitatila Thailam, Maasha Thailam, Rasnaadi Quatha Churnam, Rasnadi Thailam, Rasna Guggulu, Sthanya Sodhaka Churnam.

76. Revalchinni
Gokshuraadi Churnam, Kasthuri Matra, Rechana Vati.

77. Saindhava Lavanam
Agnithundirasa Vati, Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Braahmi Ghritam, Chitrakaadi Vati, Gudapippali (Briaht), Hinguashtaka Churnam, Hingutriguna Thailam, Maasha Thailam, Naarikelanjanam, Sukumaara Ghritam, Thriphala Ghritam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

78. Saalmali
Abhayarishta, Chandanaadi Churnam (Internal), Gangaadhara Churnam, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Saalmali Churnam.

79. Saariba
Aswagandhaadi Churnam, Aswagandhadi, Leham, Chandanasava, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kaasisadi Ghritam, Pinda Thailam, Pushyanuga Churnam, Saaribadi Panakam, Saaribadyasava, Sivamodakam.

80. Sarkara
Aakaarakarabhaadi Vati, Aamalakirasaayanam, Amrithabhallaathaka Leham, Aravinda Paanakam, Asoka Ghritam, Aswagandhaadi Leham, Bilvaadi Panakam, Braahmi Ghritam, Braahmi Rasaayanam, Chandanadi Churnam (Internal), Chandanaasava, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Daadimadi Panakam, Danthadhaavana Churnam, Draakshadi Leham, Jambeeradi Panakam, Kanakaaava Karpuradi Churnam, Khadiraarishta, Kushmaanda Leham, Kushmaanda Paanakam, Madiphala Rasaayanam, Panchatikta Panakam, Saaraswatarishta, Saribadi Panakam, Sitopalaadi Churnam, Sivaamodakam, Swarnamukhi Paanakam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Trivirt Leham, Triphala Ghritam, Useeraadi Panakam, Vaasaa Paanakam, Vaasaakantakari Panakam, Vaasaava Leham.

81. Sataavari
Asoka Ghritam, Balaarishta, Chandanaasava, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Saaraswatarishta, Sivaamodakam, Sudarsana Churnam, Sukumara Ghritam, Thriphala Ghritam.

82. Sunthi
Abhayaarishta, Aakarakarabhadi Vati, Aanandabhairava Rasa, Aardrakhandava Leham, Asokarishta, Bhaaskaraavana Churnam, Chitrakaadi Vati, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Danthadhaavana Churnam, Gokshuraadi Guggulu, Gudapippali (Brihat), Hinguashtaka Churnam, Itchabhedi Vati, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakadyarishtam, Kakubhaadi Churnam, Kanakaasava, Kanchanara Guggulu, Karpuraadi Churnam, Kushmaanda Leham, Lohaasava, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyaasava, Pushyanuga Churnam, Sankha Vati, Seetamsu Rasa, Seetamsu Rasa (Compound), Sivaamodakam, Sthanya sodhaka Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam, Sukumaara Ghritam, Swarnamukhi Paanakam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Triphala Ghritam, Trivrit Leham, Useeraadi Quatha Churnam, Vaasaarishta, Vaatagajaankusa Rasa.

83. Surakshaaram
Ajamodaarkam, Gokshuradi Churnam, Sankhadraavakam.

84. Swarnamukhi
Dhaanyakaadi Leham, Saaribaadyaasava, Swarnamukhi Churnam, Swarnamukhi Paanakam.

85. Taalisapatri
Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kanakaasava, Taalisaadi Churnam, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

86. Tankanam
Agnithundi Rasa Vati, Aanandabhairava Rasa, Gokshuraadi Churnam, Gudapippali (Brihat), Jateephalaadi Churnam (laghu), Rajapravartani Vati, Sannipaatabhairava Rasa.

87. Tila Thailam
Arkaadi Thailam, Bringaamalaka Thailam, Bhringaraja Thailam, Chandanaadi Thailam, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Dhatura Thailam, Dhaturaadi Thailam, Karpuraadi Lepam, Karpuraadi Thailam, Ksheerabala Thailam, Kuberaaksha Thailam, Kunkumaadi Thailam, Laaksha Thailam, Madhuchishtadi Lepam, Maasha Thailam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Naarayana Thailam, Pinda Thailam, Rasothamaadi Lepam, Thriphala Lepam, Thuvaraka Lepam.

88. Thuttham
Tuttha Bhasma, Tuttha Draavakam, Siddhanaagaarjuna Varti.

89. Thwak
Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bhringaraajaasava, Chathurjaathaka Churnam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Danthadhaavana Churnam, Draksharishta, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakaadyarishta, Karpuradi Churnam, Khadirarishta, Kushmaanda Leham, Pippalyasava, Saaraswatarishta, Sitopalaadi Churnam, Sivamodakam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Vaasaarishta, Vaasaavaleham, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

90. Trivrit
Abhayaarishta, Aswagandhaarishta, Avipattikara Churnam, Braahmi Ghritam, Chandanaasava, Saaraswataarishta, Trivrit Churnam, Trivrit Leham.

85. Taalisapatri
Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kanakaasava, Taalisaadi Churnam, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

86. Tankanam
Agnithundi Rasa Vati, Aanandabhairava Rasa, Gokshuraadi Churnam, Gudapippali (Brihat), Jateephalaadi Churnam (laghu), Rajap

ravartani Vati, Sannipaatabhairava Rasa.

87. Tila Thailam
Arkaadi Thailam, Bringaamalaka Thailam, Bhringaraja Thailam, Chandanaadi Thailam, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Dhatura Thailam, Dhaturaadi Thailam, Karpuraadi Lepam, Karpuraadi Thailam, Ksheerabala Thailam, Kuberaaksha Thailam, Kunkumaadi Thailam, Laaksha Thailam, Madhuchishtadi Lepam, Maasha Thailam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Naarayana Thailam, Pinda Thailam, Rasothamaadi Lepam, Thriphala Lepam, Thuvaraka Lepam.

88. Thuttham
Tuttha Bhasma, Tuttha Draavakam, Siddhanaagaarjuna Varti.

89. Thwak
Bhaaskaralavana Churnam, Bhringaraajaasava, Chathurjaathaka Churnam, Chyavanaprasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Danthadhaavana Churnam, Draksharishta, Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Jeerakaadyarishta, Karpuradi Churnam, Khadirarishta, Kushmaanda Leham, Pippalyasava, Saaraswatarishta, Sitopalaadi Churnam, Sivamodakam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Vaasaarishta, Vaasaavaleham, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

90. Trivrit
Abhayaarishta, Aswagandhaarishta, Avipattikara Churnam, Braahmi Ghritam, Chandanaasava, Saaraswataarishta, Trivrit Churnam, Trivrit Leham.

91. Thuvaraka
Avalgujaadi Lepam, Thuvaraka Lepam, Thuvaraka Thailam.

92. Useeram
Balaarishta, Bhringaamalaka Thailam, Chandanaadi Churnam (Internal), Chandanadi Snaana Churnam, Chandanaadi Thailam, Guduchyaadi Quaatha Churnam, Karpuraadi Churnam, Kunkumaadi Thailam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Pippaluyaasava, Saaribaadi Panakam, Saaribadyaasava, Sthanyavardhaka Churnam, Sudarsana Churnam, Useeradi Quaatha Churnam, Yogaraaja Guggulu.

93. Vacha
Aswagandhaarishta, Braahmi Ghritam, Chandrodaya Varthi, Kaasisadi Ghritam, Manjishtadi Quatha Churnam, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Saraswatarishta, Sudarsana Churnam, Thuvaraka Lepam.

94. Vaakuchi
Avalgujaadi Lepam, Neelinyadi Churnam, Thuvaraka Lepam.

95. Vamsalochana
Asoka Ghritam, Bilvaadi Leham, Chandraprabha Vati, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Daadimaashtaka Churnam, Jaateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Karpuradi Churnam, Sitopalaadi Churnam, Taalisaadi Churnam, Vaasaavaleham.

96. Vaasaa
Abhayaadi Quaatha Churnam, Asokarishta, Chandanasava, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Devadarvaadi Quatha Churnam, Punarnavasava, Simhaasyadi Vati, Vaasadi Dhuma Churnam, Vaasava Leham, Vaasakantakarilehyam.

97. Vibheethaki
Agnithundirasa Vati, Asokaarishta, Avipatikara Churnam, Chandanaadi Thailam, Chandraprabha Vati, Chandrodaya Varthi, Dasamularishta, Gokshuraadi Guggulu, Kalyaana Ghritam, Kanchanaara Guggul, Lohaasava, Manjishtaadi Quatha Churnam, Moorchita tila Thailam, Narikelaanjanam, Navayasa Loham, Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Punarnavaasava, Saraswatarishta, Siddhanaagarjuna Varthi, Thriphala Churnam, Thriphala Ghritam, Thriphala Lepam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

98. Vidangam
Agnithundirasa Vati, Avipatikara Churnam, Brahmi Ghritam, Chandraprabha-Vati, Dasamularishta, Draksharishta, Gudapipali (Brihat), Jateephaladi Churnam (Brihat), Kalyana Ghritam, Lohasava, Nisaadi Churnam, Panchatikta Guggulu Ghritam, Pippalyasava, Yogaraja Guggulu.

99. Vishamushti
Agnitundivati, Krimighnachoornam, Vaatagajaankusarasam.

100. Vidaari
Aamalaki Rasayanam, Aswagandhadi Churnam, Aswagandhadi Leham, Aswagandharishta, Chyavanapraasa Leham, Saaraswatarishta, Sivamodakam.

101. Yashtimadhu
Aswagandharishta, Athimadhuraadi Rasakriya Vati, Bhringamalaka Thaila, Chandanaadi Vati, Dasamularishta, Kanakasava Kaasisadi Ghritam, Kunkumadi Thailam, Laksha Thailam, Masha Thailam, Narikelanjanam, Pushyaanuga Churnam, Rasnaadi Quatha Thailam, Siddhanaagaarjuna Varthi, Sudarsana Churnam, Sukumara Ghritam.

102. Yavakshara
Agnithundirasa Vati, Chandanaadi Vati, Chandraprabha Vati, Gokshuradi Churnam, gudapippali (Brihat), Panchatikta guggulu Ghritam, Yogaraja Guggulu.

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Guggulu Kalpas in Ayurvedic Tablets Kanchanar guggul Main Ingredients : Kanchanar

 

Guggulu Kalpas in Ayurvedic Tablets

Kanchanar guggul

Main Ingredients : Kanchanar twak – 60 mg, Triphala- 40 mg. , Trikatu – 15 mg ,Varuna – 5 mg, Trijata(Tamalpatra,Dalchini,Ela) – 5 mg, Shodhit Guggul- 125 mg.
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with Guduchi quath or warm water preferably after meals.

Indications :
Kanchanar Guggul can be used to address deep-seated kapha imbalances. It supports healthy tissues including muscles, fat and bones as well as the Thyroid and Lymphatic gland enlargements. Kanchanara guggul is effective in treating abnormal growths, cysts and all types of inflammations, Kanchanar Guggul is useful in chronic tumors, cancers, abdominal tumors, leprosy and other skin diseases, Kanchanar Guggul reduces goiter and cervical adenitis, Kanchanar Guggulu also promotes ulcer healing.

Yogaraj guggul

Main Ingredients: Rasna, Lohabhasma, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :
Yograj Guggulu is a traditional formula designed to reduce excess vata in the system. Yogaraj Guggulu contains a synergistic blend of detoxifying herbs, including Triphala, Chitrak and Vidanga, that work in conjunction with guggulu to remove excess vata from the joints as well as the nerves and muscles. Yograj Guggulu helps remove toxins which can lead to obesity, joint pain, arthritic conditions, muscle aches, and rheumatism. It is traditionally used as a remedy for gout. Yogaraj Guggulu reduces Vata and Kapha doshas and is an effective adjunct to weight loss along with proper exercise and diet.

Mahayogaraj guggul

Main Ingredients :Carum roxburghianum, Brassica campestris, Centratherum anthelminticum, Piper longum, Vanga bhasma, Nagbhasma, Rajata bhasma, Abhrak bhasma, Loha bhasma, Rassindur, Trikatu, guggulu etc.
Dosage and Administration : 1- tab. thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Mahayogaraj guggul is a multi-ingredient preparation. It has anti-oxidant action.Mahayogaraj guggulu provides strength to muscles, ligaments and nerves. It corrects metabolism and provides strength to the body,relieves nerve irritation, relieves pain, stiffness and inflammation.Mahayogaraj guggulu is indicated in Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Gout, Dysmenorrhoea, NIDDM, Hemorrhoids

Punarnava guggul

Main Ingredients : Punarnava, Deodar, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Punarnava Guggul is a traditional Ayurvedic formula for balancing kapha in the kidneys, heart and joints. It is a powerful detoxifying and rejuvenating combination that supports the healthy elimination of liquids, and helps maintain balance of the water element within the body. Its main ingredients, punarnava, triphala and trikatu are combined with guggulu to remove deep-seated kapha from the tissues. Punarnava Guggulu also act to support the healthy circulation of the lymph and blood while promoting comfortable movement of the joints. Punarnava guggulu is mainly indicated in Kapha type Arthritis, Pain and Oedema

Gokshuradi guggul

Main Ingredients : Gokshur, Musta, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Gokshuradi Guggul is a traditional Ayurvedic compound used to support the proper function of the genitourinary tract. It strengthens and tones the kidneys, bladder and urethra as well as the reproductive organs. The main ingredient, gokshura, is renowned for its rejuvenating action on the kidneys and prostate. Combined with guggulu, triphala and trikatu, it detoxifies the urinary system and supports healthy urinary composition. Balancing to all doshas, Gokshuradi Guggulu revitalizes the genitourinary system by calming vata, soothing pitta and eliminating excess kapha.

Sihanad guggul

Main Ingredients: Castor oil, Triphala, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Sinhanad Guggul is the drug of choice in Amavata , with one of the ingredient ’Erand taila’. Excellent Ama nashak, Ama-pachak, Shothhar and Shoolahar . Sinhanad Guggul is indicated in Amavata, Rhumatic arthritis,Inflammation and pain in joints. It is also useful in Shwas, Kasa, Kushtha, Vatarakta, Udara, Gulma and Margavarodhajanya Vatavyadhi.

Triphala guggul

Main Ingredients: Pippali, Triphala, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Triphala Guggulu is particularly useful for weight management as it enkindles the digestive fire, promotes healthy metabolism and releases excess kapha from the system.Triphala Guggulu minimizes the accumulation of toxins in the GI tract, blood and joints by supporting proper digestion and elimination. Triphala Guggulu effectively decongests the channels of the body and scrapes away toxins held within the tissues. Anti-inflammatory effect of Triphala Guggul makes it useful in for piles and fistula. It is also useed to build intrinsic strength in boils and carbuncles.Triphala Guggul is used effectively to reduce cholesterol. Read More about Triphala

Medohar guggul

Main Ingredients : Shilajatu, Triphala, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Medohar Guggulu is a classical Ayurvedic Anti Obesity formula which is used to maintain proper cholesterol and weight levels. It removes kapha accumulations from the body gently and effectively. Ayurveda suggests to use Guggulu in the treatment of ’Santarpana’ born disorders. This term is used for the lifestyle where in one eats a lot, particularly high calorie diet rich in fats and carbohydrate and leads an physically lazy life and sedentary daily routine. Medohar Guggul speeds up the metabolism to burn more calories. It reduces the bad cholesterol. Medohar Guggul reduces the body’s ability to store fat

Kaishor guggul

Main Ingredients: Vidang, Guduchi,Pippali, Triphala, Guggul
Dosage and Administration : 2- tab. twice or thrice a day with warm water.

Indications :

Kaishore Guggulu is the traditional Ayurvedic formula for balancing pitta in the joints and muscles. It is a powerful detoxifying and rejuvenating combination that has a special affinity for the musculoskeletal system. Kaishore guggul is used in the treatment of Obesity and Gout. Kaishore guggul is also used in ayurvedic clinical practice for acne, urticaria, allergic disorders, skin disorders, abscess, boils, diabetic furuncles. Chronic cough and sorethroat with mild infection do respond well.

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Ayurvedic Medicinal Herbs for Kidney Failure and Renal Calculi Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa):

Ayurvedic Medicinal Herbs for Kidney Failure and Renal Calculi

Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa): Punarnava is commonly called ‘hogweed’ and it is very useful herbal diuretic. It induces micturition and relieves painful micturition

Varun (Crataeva nurvala): Commonly known as ‘Caper’ is a used in Ayurveda for urinary tract infections and to break down renal stones. It is very effective for obstruction in urinary tract and helps in removing the renal stones.

Gokshur (Tribulus terrestris): Tribulus terrestris is used as a diuretic and herbal tonic for genitor-urinary system. It is sold as a power and stamina enhancer all around the world. It also increases the sperm count and sexual vigor and stamina. It clears away the obstruction in the urinary tract and is also act as anti-infective.

Rakt Chandan (P. santalinus- Red Sandalwood): Rakt Chandan is diuretic and anti-infective. It acts like a cooling agent in the urinary tract and is a urinary alkaliser.

Palaash (Butea monosperma): Also known as “flame of the forest” this beautiful red flowered tree is very useful for kidney problems. It is a urinary alkaliser and also relieves painful micturition.

Kaasni (Cichorium intybus): This is a very common weed and is commonly called ‘Chicory’. It is a very good alkaliser and also gives strength to the kidneys. Kaasni is used in Ayurveda for its benefits in acute and chronic kidney failure.

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