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Useful in Chronic Constipation, headache, Hyperacidity etc can be taken without Harm.
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Kayam churna is a very famous Ayurvedic medicine for constipation. It is not a traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine. It means that the formula of Kayam churna is not mentioned in any Traditional Ayurvedic text books. The manufacturer of Kayam churna – Sheth Brothers, formulated a combination of few Ayurvedic herbs that benefit in constipation, blended them into powder form and labelled it as Kayam churna.
Kayam Churna Ingredients - Kayam churna is a powerful and intelligent blend of good Ayurvedic herbs. Kayam churna ingredients are – Senna leaves (Cassia angustifolia) Black Salt (Saindhava salt / Saindha namak) Nishoth (Trivrit) – Oerculina turpethum Ajwain – Carum capticum / Trachyspermum ammi Himej = Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Svarjika Kshara – a type of Kshara preparation Jethi Madh = Yasthimadhu = liquorice = Glycyrrhiza glabra.
Kayam churna benefits -
Kayam churna is claimed to be beneficial in Chronic constipation, acidity, gas, headache and mouth ulcer.
Kayam churna for constipation – Kayam churna is one of the most over-the-counter purchased Ayurvedic medicine for constipation. However, many complain of dependency and recurrence of constipation once after stopping the product.
Kayam Churna how to use -1 – 2 teaspoons at bed time, preferably before food with half a glass of hot water.
How Kayam churna acts?
Trivrit is a good purgative Ayurvedic herb.
Haritaki and Senna leaves are mild laxatives.
Yasthimadhu is good for stomach complaints, peptic ulcers and mouth ulcers.
Saindhava lavana and Swarjika kshara are usually used in gastritis condition. They also improve the digestion capacity of stomach and intestines.
Kayam Churna side effects -
Very high dose of Kayam churna may cause severe stomach pain, diarrhea and dehydration.