In Ayurveda there is tremenodous importance of body massage which is called Abhyanga. This benefits proper blood circulation. Helps in leg pains, joints pain, numness, crams etc. It helps in skin glow, cracks on feet & benefits for normal skin texture care.
An excellent remedy that destroys all types of Krumi. Helpful in intestinal worms as well as Krumi responsible for Raktadushti. Useful in disorders developed due to Krumi such as Skin disorders, Cough, Anaemia, Urticaria, Abdominal pain. Beneficial for children as well as adults.
‘Kanchanar Guggul’ with the ingredient ‘Kanchanar’ mainly acting as Mansa, Meda Lekhan & Pachan. Useful in all diseases due to Mansavaha Srotas vitiation. Effective in Sthoulya (Obesity) & Thyroid disorders developed due to vitiation of Medadhatvagni.
The Guggulkalpa with Synergistic combination of Tiktarasatmaka dravyas such as Nimba, Guduchi, Vasa, Patol, Kantakari (Panchatikta) acting as Kanduhar. Useful in Twachavikar due to Raktashodhak and Krumighna property. Extremely useful in Twak Vikar of dry types.
The Raktashodhak & Vatanashak Guggul kalpa most useful in all types of skin diseases with combination of Amruta i.e. (Guduchi) & Amruta Vishesh Shodhit Guggul. Effective in Pittanubandhi Kushtha & other Sravi Kushtha by reducing foul smell & watery discharge.
The most potent Pippali Choorna triturated in Pippali Kwath for time period of 64 Prahar i.e. 192 hours approximately. It acts as Rasayan and strengthens Pranavaha Srotas with its Phuphusabalya, Agnideepak, Amapachak and Kaphaghna properties. It breaks the samprapti of Shwasa, Kasa and Rajayakshma.
The remedy which fulfils all desires by way of health is ‘Kamdugha’. It is excellent Pittashamak, Sheetal, Dahashamak, Trushnashamak, Raktastambhak, Raktaprasadak & Mootral. Most useful in disorders developed due to vitiation of Rakta & Pitta Vidagdhata
Triphala is an ayurvedic traditional medicine that is popular as rasayana or the rejuvenator.Triphala is the combination of three herbs. These herbs are:-• Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) also know common as amla• Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) also know common as harde• Bhibitaki (Terminalia belerica) also know common as baheda