Dhootpapeshwar Dashmoolarishta is a widely prescribed Ayurvedic formulation produced by fermentation of decoction of the roots of dravya of Dashmoola and other ingredients lis.. view detail
Classical Medicine - Arishta / Arishtam
Dhootpapeshwar Dashmoolarishta is a widely prescribed Ayurvedic formulation produced by fermentation of decoction of the roots of dravya of Dashmoola and other ingredients listed below. It contains 5 to 10% self-generated alcohol which acts as the medium of dissolution of active constituents of the herbs.
Properties and Uses:
It is a potent Vata-Shamak, Ama-pachak, Shothahar, Asthi-Poshak and Balya Dravya.
It is used in numbers of conditions like Vataj roga, Asthi-Sandhi-Snayu Vikara, Asthi-soushirya, Sandhi-vata, Ama-vata, Shoola, Aruchi, Ajeerna, Agnimandya, Vandhyatva etc.
Dosage and Anupan:
2 to 4 tablespoons full (15-30 ml) twice daily after meals, with an equal quantity of lukewarm water.
Although side effects are not common if taken in a dosage of more than 50 ml at a single time, it may cause loose motions, abdominal distension, and gastrointestinal disturbances.
Jaggery in it may increase blood sugar levels in diabetics.
10 years. Bottle once opened is better advised to be emptied within 2 months.
1. Bhaishajya Ratnavali Vajikaran Prakaran 74/357-371
2. Sharangdhara Samhita Madhyama Khanda 10/78-92
3. Ayurved Sar Sangrah Asava-Arishta Prakaran
4. The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India, Part - II (Formulations) Volume – II. 1: 8
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