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For Constipation, Indigestion, Piles.
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In Ayurveda Haritaki is referred to as an herbaceous plant used primarily in various medicinal formulations. In Ayurveda, the philosophy of longevity is described in the Charka Samhita that it possesses five rasas, or tastes, out of the existing six as described in the Charka Samhita. These tastes are, respectively, sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent; Haritaki being devoid of the salty taste. Haritaki is hot, carminative, and it is light, works as a appetizer bringing about the stimulation of digestion, digestive, promoter of life. Tonic, an herb helping in the sustenance of youthful age, alleviates all diseases and provides strength to all the sense organs.
Following are the properties of Haritaki:
Parts Used: Fruits (powdered fruit).
3 – 4 grams of churna once.
If consuming in tablet or capsule forms one can have 1 capsule or tablet twice a day.
Individuals having regular complaints of indigestions, rough food, emaciated by indulgence in sex, wine (alcohol) and other poisonous substances as drugs etc, and afflicted with hunger, thirst and heat should not use Haritaki for a long period.
Is this herbal preparation useful in urinary tract infection and how?
Yes Haritaki is used for curing various types of urinary tract infection (UTI). This is due to it capability of inhibiting the growth of E. coli the most common organism responsible for most of urinary tract infection cases. And moreover this is also having a very wide range of anti bacterial and anti fungal activity. Thus helps in curing urinary tract infections.
Which is the most beneficial of following Haritaki Churna or Triphala Churna?
Both these churna are known for their own properties against various diseases and on the human body. So they produce their own affects on the body. But yet it is not necessary that either one of these is beneficial. Both are equally beneficial when used regularly. But yet physician’s discretion is necessary before using it since as per the disease of an individual this is prescribed.
Are their any precautionary measures that must be followed?
Yes a very simple precautionary measure while using Haritaki churna is that individuals having regular complaints of indigestions, rough food, emaciated by indulgence in sex, wine (alcohol) and other poisonous substances as drugs etc, and afflicted with hunger, thirst and heat should not use Haritaki for a long period.
Is this an age specific herbal drug? If yes what age group is prohibited for its use?
No it is not necessary that only a specific age group can use it. It is not prohibited for any age group. This can be used by any person willing for good health. There is no age bias while using this herbal preparation.