Baidyanath Dashmularishta (Special) (450ml) : Reduces Joint Pain, Muscular Pain and Irregular Menstrual Cycle.
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Measures 6.5 by 6.5 by 19 centimeters
Dashamoolarishta, also known as Dasamoolarishtami, is an ayurvedic liquid medicine used as a health tonic and pain reliever. It contains 3–7% self-generating alcohol because it is made by fermenting herbs, which gives it vitality and reduces weakness. It is also very beneficial for women’s disorders and helps women to maintain optimum health. In women, it is frequently used after delivery for the prevention of postpartum issues, such as infectious diseases of the
- Aegle marmelos, Bilva (Bael), root/stem bark
- Oroxylum indicum’s Shyonaka: root, stem, and bark
- Gmelinaar borea’s root and stem bark is known as gambhari.
- Stereospermum suaveolens, or patala, is a plant with roots and bark.
- Premna mucronata, also known as animanth, root, stem, and bark
- Root or entire plant of shalaparni (Desmodium gangeticum)
- Uraria picta: Prishnaparni, whole or root
- Solanum indicum’s Brihati: Whole or root plant
- Solanum xanthocarpum’s root or entire plant is kantakari.
- Tribulus terrestris, also known as gokshura, is a root or whole plant.
- Plumbago zeylanica, Chitraka – Root
- Inula racemosa, also known as puskarmoola
- Symplocos racemosa’s Lodhra: stem, bark, and root
- Indian tinospora, Giloy, stem
- Indian gooseberry, or amla, is a fruit.
- Whole plant of Duralabha (Fagonia cretica)
- Khadira, a type of heartwood (Acacia catechu)
- Pterocarpus marsupium’s Bijasara: heart wood
- Fruit called harad (Terminalia chebula).
- Sussurea lappa, Kushta – Root
- Rubic ordifolia, Manjishta – Root
- The heartwood known as Devadaru is Cedrus deodara.
- Embelia ribes’ Vidanga: Fruit
- Licorice root, or mulethi
- Clerodendrum serratum, also known as bharngi, root
- Fruit powder known as Kapittha (Feroniali monia).
- Terminali abellirica, also known as Bibhitaka, Fruit
- Boerhavia diffusa, also known as punarnava
- Piper retrofractum, Chavya (Stem)
- Nordostachys jatamansi (Jatamansi) – Rhizome
- Callicarpama crophylla flower, known as Priyangu
- Hemidesmus indicus’s Sariva (Root)
- Carum carvi, also known as Krishna jeeraka, Fruit
- Operaculina turpethum, also known as trivrit
- Vegetable seed known as nigundi
- Leaf of the Rasna plant, Pruchea lanceolata
- Fruit known as pippali
- Seed from the betel nut, pug
- Hedychium spicatum – Rhizome, Shati
- Turmeric root, or rhizome
- Anethum sowa’s fruit, Shatapushpa
- Prunus cerasoides, the padmaka plant.
- Mesua ferrea’s Nagakesara, the stamen
- Cyperus rotundus’s musta (rhizome)
- Horrhena antidysenterica, also known as indrayava, seeds
- Pistacia integerrima’s Karkata Shrungi – Gall
- Malaxis acuminta, Jivaka – Root
- Microstylis wallichii, or rishabhaka, is a root
- Polygonatum verticillatum, or Meda, – Root
- Polygonatum cirrhifolium, or Mahameda, Root
- (Roscoea procera) Kakoli
- Lily polphyllum D. Don, also known as ksheer kakoli, is a root
- Habenaria edgeworthii H.f., aka Rddhi
- Habenaria intermedia D. Don syn. : Vriddhi – Root
- Decoction Water
- Dried fruit is called draksha (raisins).
- The sweetener guda
- Woodfordia fruticosa, or Dhataki, – Flower
- Kankola, a fruit of the pepper cubeba
- Netrabala, root of the coleus vetiveroides
- Heart wood from the Santalum album’s Swet Chandana
- Myristica fragrans, or jatiphala, seed
- Lavanga, a flower bud of the clove
- Tvak, or cinnamon, stem bark
- Ela, the seed of cardamom
- Cinnamomum tamala Leaf, Patra
- Strychnos potatorum, the seed of the kataka phala
The following health issues benefit from the use of dasamoolarishtam (Dashmularishta).
- Period cramps, or dysmenorrhea
- repeatedly miscarrying
- inflamed vulvar tissue
- Slowness of the uterus
- Pain in the genital area
- breast enlargement
- to avoid uterine infections and complications after childbirth
- fatigue after childbirth
- lost appetite after giving birth
- Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), along with postpartum depression (baby blues),
- perinatal weakness
- post-pregnancy anemia
Brain & Nerves
- Joints, Bones, and Muscles
- small back pain
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- the inability to eat
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): A very uncommon condition
Lungs & Airways
- Cough that won’t stop (VATAJ KASH)
- pus in the seminal fluid causes male infertility.
Use of Dasamoolarishtam in Postpartum period
Following delivery, regular use of Dasamoolarishtam has the following advantages.
Loss of appetite
Due to its digestive stimulant properties, Dashmularishta increases appetite and aids in the treatment of indigestion in the postpartum period, which in most cases results from a loss of appetite and indigestion.
Dasamoolarishtam is beneficial in both low-grade and high-grade fever, which some women experience. In acute fever, Dashmularishta helps fighting off infectious microbes and lessens the severity of symptoms like restlessness, headache, discharges, pain, etc. Note that patient may need other medications to fight off the infection; today, antibiotics are used. Historically, dasamoolarishtam and madhurantak vati, praval pishti were only
Postpartum diarrhoea and IBS
Due to its mild astringent action, Dasamoolarishtam alone can treat some women who experience diarrhoea or IBS after giving birth, though this condition is extremely rare.
After experiencing extreme physical exhaustion during delivery, dasamoolarishtam contains herbs that boost physical strength and vitality while also relieving pain and physical stress and supporting joints, muscles, and ligaments.
Low backache after delivery
After giving birth, many women experience low back pain and, in some cases, back stiffness; in these circumstances, Dasamoolarishtam and Ashwagandha extract are more beneficial.
Due to the presence of some immunomodulator herbs, dashmoolarishta also enhances immunity. If taken as soon as possible after delivery, it significantly reduces the likelihood of postpartum or subsequent health issues by about 90%.
Many doctors and patients report that there is no obvious or reportable cause of recurrent miscarriages in many women. All reports are normal. In such a case, the aforementioned cause is most appropriate, and the following combination with Dasamoolarishtam helps well. Recurrent miscarriage is thought to occur due to the uterus’ inability to implant the embryo properly, which occurs due to weakness of uterine muscles.
If you are already overweight, you can reduce the amount of Ashwagandha Powder in the formula above to 500 mg twice a day. Ashwagandha Powder can make some women gain weight, but it is excellent for lean women, and it is crucial to take Ashwagandha to treat recurrent miscarriage.
Physical debility due to chronic Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
The benefits of Dashmularishta outweigh those of Dasamoolarishtam for IBS, which is less effective but does have the advantages of boosting appetite, reducing bloating, and giving the body strength.
Male infertility due to pus in seminal fluid
Dasamoolarishtam, a remedy for men with pus in their seminal fluid, is one option for treating this condition. Triphala is another option, and both should be used in tandem for the best results. In persistent and difficult cases, Rajat Bhasma, a silver-based remedy, becomes crucial.
In cases of persistent cough, also known as VATAJ KASHA in Ayurveda, where dry cough attacks occur and subside after a few sputum expulsions, dasamoolarishtam is helpful.
Dasamoolarishtam is an effective treatment for VATA aggravation, which is the cause of osteoporosis, according to ayurveda. As a result, it is helpful for treating osteoporosis, but patients also need other medications, such as Laxadi Guggulu and other calcium and mineral supplements.
Usually recommended after meals, 12 to 24 ml. can also be taken in multiple doses. If necessary, add an equal amount of water before consumption.
Here are some conditions where Dashmularishta should not be used because doing so could make the problem worse.
- gum disease
- abdomen feels hot and burning
- uncontrollable thirst
- diarrhea that feels like it is burning
Dashmoolarishta should not be used in any of the aforementioned symptoms; instead, Jeerakarishtam is the best substitute because it offers nearly identical benefits to those who have these symptoms.
Terms and Conditions
Before purchasing this medication, we have assumed that you sought medical advice and are not using it for self-medication.
|Country of Origin||India|
|For Use By||Women / Female|
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