Baidyanath Kaishor Guggulu (80tab) : used for blood purifier, raised uric acid, mild to severe attacks of gout, inflammatory diseases, wounds, abdominal diseases


Also known as




40 (gms)


90 x 4.4 x 4.4 centimeters

About Kaishore Guggulu

An ayurvedic guggul formulation called Kaishore guggulu, also known as kishore guggul, is used to treat inflammatory diseases, wounds, abdominal illnesses, constipation, indigestion, carbuncles, raised uric acid, mild to severe attacks of gout, and other conditions.

Ingredients of Kaishor Guggulu

  • Guduchi or Giloy?
  • Amalaki, or Amla
  • Bibhitaki
  • Haritaki
  • Guggulu Shuddha
  • Shunthi
  • The spice black
  • The long pepper, pipali
  • Vidanga
  • Nisoth

Medicinal Properties of Kaishor Guggulu

  • Adoptogenic
  • Analgesic
  • Anti-bacterial
  • anti-diabetic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-arthritis
  • not bloated
  • Anti-microbial
  • Antioxidant
  • Carminative
  • Detox
  • digestion-enhancing drug
  • gentle laxative

Therapeutic Indications of Kaishor Guggulu

  • Gouty arthritis and elevated uric acid levels
  • acne vulgaris or both
  • Chronic pain in the wrist
  • Bleeding or cuts
  • inflamatory conditions
  • Regular bowel movements
  • Bursitis is an inflammation of a bursa that typically affects the shoulder.
  • inflammatory diseases of the muscles, cramps, or stiffness
  • irregular periods.
  • Sprains
  • fever brought on by a joint condition
  • Tendonitis (tendons inflamed)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Hepatitis B virus
  • Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Stress injuries or injuries from repetitive motion
  • With thick, yellow sputum from a persistent cough
  • any joint disorder along with a lack of appetite or consumption
  • Carbuncles
  • Skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.
  • bleeding issues

Health Benefits & Uses of Kaishor Guggulu

With its ability to improve digestion and remove toxins from the body by correcting the functions of the stomach and intestines, Kaishore Guggulu is a potent herbal combination that can be used to improve metabolism in the body.

Raised uric acid or gout

The preferred treatment for gout is kaishore guggulu, which is caused by the body producing too much uric acid and the kidneys excreting it less effectively.

Both conditions respond well to Kaishore guggulu, which regulates the metabolism, controls uric acid production, and regulates the kidneys’ handling of uric acid.


Even though yograj guggul is the best treatment for fibromyalgia, some ayurvedic doctors combine it with yograj guggul for even better results. Kaishore guggulu works on VATA and PITTA, reduces inflammation and muscle spasm, and also lessens muscle tenderness and shifting pain.

Boils, wounds and Carbuncles

Kaishore guggulu helps in the treatment of boils and carbuncles because of its anti-biotic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties.

In addition to lowering blood glucose levels and addressing the issue of cellular resistance to insulin, Kaishore guggul also relieves infection, swelling, and pus discharge from carbuncles, which is a common condition in which they develop.

Acne vulgaris

While the effects of Kaishore guggulu on hormones are still unknown, it is a good blood purifier, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory, which makes it helpful in getting rid of acne and pimples. In about 70% of cases, it also prevents recurrence of the acne.

Eczema & psoriasis

Local application of 777 oil or charm rog nashak oil is advised in conjunction with kaishore guggul to further enhance its efficacy in treating eczema and psoriasis along with other ayurvedic medications.

Dosage of Kaishor Guggulu

  • Kaishore guggulu powder: Twice daily, 500 mg to 1 gram
  • Kaishore guggulu tablets: Preferably with lukewarm water, take 2 to 4 tablets twice daily.

Dietary restrictions while taking Kaishor Guggulu

  • Don’t eat fatty or spicy foods.
  • Eat less fried and processed food.
  • Eat nothing when you are bloated.
  • Citrus fruits and other sour foods should not be consumed.
  • Salt consumption should be decreased.
  • Avoid long-distance relationships and strenuous exercise.
  • Steer clear of the sun and alcohol.


But even though most people find kaishore guggulu to be safe and tolerable, there are some situations where it can have negative effects.

  • Acidity (rare; only occurs if you’ve previously had gastritis, GERD, or an ulcer)
  • When combined with punarnava for gout, frequent urination is more common (rare with kaishore guggulu, but common due to the diuretic action of punarnava)

When breastfeeding, mothers-to-be should only take kaishore guggulu if necessary and under the guidance of an ayurvedic doctor.

Kaishore guggulu should not be administered to children under the age of five.

Terms and Conditions

Before purchasing this medication, we have assumed that you sought medical advice and are not using it for self-medication.

Remedy TypeAyurvedic
Country of OriginIndia
Form FactorTablet
Price₹ 155

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