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About Giloya Churna
Ayurvedic practice may not be possible without the use of the essential immunomodulator herb giloya churna (Tinospora cordifolia), which is also a key component of several ayurvedic medications.
In this article, we will go over all the conditions that giloya treats, including fever, chronic fever, infections, low immunity, cancer, asthma, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, recurring infections, recurrent colds, chronic catarrh, chronic fever, chronic fatigue, etc.
Ingredients of Giloya Churna
Tinospora Cordifolia, the dried herb known as giloya or guduchi.
Medicinal Properties of Giloya Churna
These are some of the health benefits of giloya (Tinospora cordifolia).
- minimal analgesic
- Red blood cell production is aided by hematogenic substances.
- (AMA-NASHAK) Detoxifier
- digestion-enhancing drug
- (Only when taken in large doses) diuretic
Therapeutic Indications of Giloya Churna
The following medical conditions benefit from the use of giloya (Tinospora Cordifolia).
- Cold, the
Heart & Blood
- high levels of cholesterol
- failing the heart
- persistent gastritis
- intestinal ulcer
- acid reflux
- gum disease
- inflammatory bowel disease
- gallbladder inflammation
- the inability to eat
- Constipation or gas
- a dilated abdomen
Muscle, Bones & Joints
- Ankylosing spondylitis
Kidney & Bladder
- incontinence of the bladder
- urine with a burning feeling
- urine that has an odour or is sticky (when taken with Patha)
Benefits & Medicinal Uses of Giloya Churna
Due to its immunomodulator, rejuvenative, and adaptogenic actions, Guduchi or Tinospora Cordifolia is suitable for everyone with any type of body type or disease. It increases the diminished DOSHA or DHATU and reduces the increased DOSHA or DHATU, so it brings about balance. AMA (Toxins formed in the body due to malabsorption and ill digestion) is its main effect, which reduces AMA and helps in all types of diseases in which AMA is associated.
Fever & Infections
When combined with Praval pishti, the antipyretic action of giloya (Tinospora Cordifolia), which is beneficial in all types of fever and infections, including viral and bacterial infections, is improved and it works well. It also maintains the patient’s physical and mental strength and prevents fever-associated debility. However, giloya is not a potent antipyretic. Instead, it is good for its immuno-modulatory action.
Debility after Typhoid Fever or Chronic Diseases
Additionally helpful for debility following typhoid fever is giloya.
The following skin disease symptoms are affected by giloya: burning sensation, itching, redness, swelling, and tenderness.
Pilonidal Sinus (PNS)
It occurs on or near the natal cleft of the buttocks and is also known as Pilonidal Sinus (PNS), sacrococcygeal fistula, Pilonidal abscess, or cyst. In this condition, oil processed with Giloya Juice and Turmeric Paste is helpful for removing skin debris, pus, and dirt particles. It also speeds up the wound’s healing process and treats Pilonidal sinus.
Gout & Increase Uric Acid Levels
In ayurveda, associated AMA plays a significant role in the development of gout, which is preventable; guduchi reduces uric acid formation by acting on AMA toxins and improving metabolic activities in the body; it also increases the elimination of uric acid through kidneys by improving renal functions.
The most effective natural treatment recommended by the ancient ayurvedic texts is a combination of dried ginger and giloya powder; punarnava can be added to this mixture to increase its effectiveness; in the absence of punarnava powder, Punarnavarishta can be used instead.
Giloya reduces damage and protects the bladder epithelium, and all of its formulations—Giloya Juice, Giloya Churna, Giloya Sat, and Giloya Decoction—are helpful for Interstitial Cystitis. However, it is usually combined with other medications, including Chandraprabha Vati, Gokshuradi Guggulu, Punarnava, and Mustak (Cyperus Rotundus).
Giloya (Tinospora Cordifolia) has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It also has analgesic properties that aid in pain relief.
According to ayurveda, Giloya is an AMAPACHAKA (Detoxifier) and reduces inflammation and upper abdominal pain in chronic pancreatitis. Steatorrhea (oily and smelly stools), which indicates the presence of AMA in the body, is a symptom of chronic pancreatitis. Giloya eliminates the oiliness and foul odor in the stools.
Dosage of Giloya Churna
- 1 to 3 grams of powdered giloya stem
- 50- to 100-ml portions of Giloya stem water
- 125 mg to 500 mg of giloya stem extract
- 1 to 5 ml of giloya stem juice
- 1000 mg to 250 mg of Giloya Satva
- 1 to 3 grams of powdered giloya leaves
- 2.5 to 10 milliliters of giloya leaf juice
Caution & Side Effects of Giloya Churna
The recommended dosage of Giloya has not been associated with any side effects, although taking too much Giloya Powder may result in an overheated sensation throughout the body.
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|