Dantyarishtam is one of the potent liquid Ayurvedic formulations which is named after Danti (Baliospermum montanum) which is one of its main ingredients. It contains 3 to 5% of alcohol which is generated naturally within a span of 3 months of fermentation.
|S. No.||Herb / Drug Name||Latin Name||Quantity|
|2||Danti||Baliospermum montanum||0.896 g|
|3||Kashmari||Gmelina arborea||0.064 g|
|4||Bilwa||Aegle marmelos||0.064 g|
|5||Patala||Stereospermum colais||0.064 g|
|6||Shyonaka||Oroxylum indicum||0.064 g|
|7||Agnimantha||Premna corymbosa||0.064 g|
|8||Shalaparni||Pseudarthria viscida||0.064 g|
|9||Prisniparni||Desmodium gangeticum||0.064 g|
|10||Brihati||Solanum anguivi||0.064 g|
|11||Nidigdhika||Solanum virginianum||0.064 g|
|12||Gokshura||Tribulus terrestris||0.064 g|
|13||Haritaki||Terminalia chebula||0.064 g|
|14||Amalaki||Phyllanthus emblica||0.064 g|
|15||Vibhitaki||Terminalia bellirica||0.064 g|
|16||Agni||Plumbago zeylanica||0.064 g|
|17||Dhataki||Woodfordia fruticosa||0.896 g|
Properties and Uses:
It is indicated in conditions of Udara Roga (Abdominal disorders), Agnimandya (Digestive insufficiency), Grahani (Malabsorption syndrome), Krimi (Worm infestation), Pleeha Roga (Spleenic disorders), Arsha (Haemorrhoids), Guda Roga (Ano-rectal disorders), Pandu (Anaemia), Jvara (Fever), Hridroga (Cardiac disorders) etc.
Dosage and Anupan:
Children – 2 to 5 ml
Adults – 15 to 30 ml
To be taken after meals in divided doses with an equal quantity of water and the maximum dose should not exceed more than 40 ml.
Should not be taken empty stomach and not more than 40 ml at a time as it may induce loose bowels. This product should not be used in a person experiencing loose bowels or diarrhea.
Best avoided in children and pregnant women.
10 years. Empty the bottle within three months of opening.
1. Ashtanga Hridaya, Chikitsa Sthana 8/144-147.
2. Charak Samhita, Chikitsa Sthana Adhyaya 14.
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