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4.7 x 4.7 x 10.7 centimeters
About Dabur Mahasudarshan Churna
Mahasudarshan Churna is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy for all types of fevers, including malaria, and is also used to treat liver and spleen conditions. It promotes perspiration and urine excretion and is used to treat fevers caused by a variety of conditions.
Ingredients of Dabur Mahasudarshan Churna
- The term for this plant is haritaki.
- Terminology of belerica: vibitaki
- (Emblica officinalis) Amalaki
- Curry leaf, or haridra
- B. aristata’s Daruharidra
- Indicated solanum, Brihati
- Xanthocarpum, or kantakari
- Carcuma zedoaria, or shati
- (Piper longum) Pippali
- Maricha (Black Pepper)
- (Zingiber officinalis) Shunti
- Piper longum (Root of Granthika, Pippali moola)
- Sansevieria roxburghiana’s murva
- Tinospora cordifolia, or guduchi
- Fagonia arabica dhanvayasa
- The katuki plant, Microrhiza kurroa
- Fumara indica, or parpata
- Cyperus rotundus’s musta
- The Gentian kurroa, Trayamana
- Coleus vettiveroides’ Vaalaka (Udichya)
- Azadirachta indica, also known as nimba
- Inula racemosa, aka Paushkara moola
- (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Madhuyasti
- H. antidysenterica, also known as Vatsaka(Kutaja),
- Trachyspermum ammi, aka yavani
- Indrayava, also known as Horrella antidysenterica
- (Clerodendrum indicum) Bharangi
- Moringa oilefera is called Shigru Bija.
- Tribulus terrestris’ Surastra (Gokshura)
- Acorus calamus’s vacha
- The twak plant, Cinnamum zeylanicum
- Prunus puddum, or “Padmaka,”
- Vetivera zizanoides’s Ushira
- Chandana (album by Santalum)
- (Aconitum heterophyllum) Ativisha
- Sida cordifolia, or bala,
- Desmodium gangeticum, Shaliparni
- Uraria picta’s Prisniparni
- (Embelia Ribes) Vidanga
- (Valeriana brunoniana) Tagara
- Plumbago zeylanicum, chitraka
- (Cedrus deodara) Devadaru
- Luffa acutangula’s patola
- Microstylis muscifera jeevaka
- Microstylis wallichi, also known as rushaba
- (Syzygium aromaticum) Lavanga
- The bambusa arum (Vamshalochana)
- Nelumbo nucifera’s pundarika (kamala)
- L. poilyphyleum, also known as kakoli
- Cinnamomum tamala, or patraka
- The fragrant plant known as jathipatraka
- Abies webbiana, dubbed Talisapatra
Benefits of Dabur Mahasudarshan Churna
Mahasudarsana directly removes heat from the system that has built up due to a displaced agni circulating in the plasma and blood; the low agni commonly causes AMA blocking the channels of circulation (srotas) and thereby obstructing the circulation of vata causing some of the prodromal symptoms of fever; it boosts immunity and detoxifies the acidic burden to neutralize viral infections; and it is a specific type of yoga that
Lymph gland enlargement can result from long-term chronic low immunity and can be reduced by the detoxifying and diuretic effects of the herb.
The excess heat from the hepatic system and ranjaka pitta is cleared by this bitter-tasting remedy, which can also help to treat hypochondriac pain, gallstones, and liver toxicity. By treating the liver, maha sukha can also be used to treat conjunctivitis and styes. Pitta headaches that manifest with pain behind the eyes, on the side of the head, on the temples, and in the forehead are also treated with maha
With its alterative effects, it can be used to treat allergic conditions like urticaria, which causes itching and red, inflamed skin, as well as conditions like acne, eczema, and skin burning sensations.
Dosage of Dabur Mahasudarshan Churna
- After meals, take 3 to 6 grams, twice or three times daily, with water, or as your doctor instructs.
Precautions of Dabur Mahasudarshan Churna
- It is not recommended to take this medication by yourself.
- Negative effects could result from overdosage.
- As directed by your doctor, use this medication only as directed in the recommended dosage and time frame.
- Keep out of the reach of kids.
- The use of this medication should be discussed with a pregnant or nursing woman.
Terms and Conditions
Before purchasing this medication, we have assumed that you sought medical advice and are not using it for self-medication.
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