Multani Balarishta is one of the most advised classical Ayurvedic formulations of Bala (Sida cordifolia) which contains 5 to 10% self-generated alcohol produced by fermentation of herbal decoctions.
|S. No.||Herb / Drug Name||Latin Name||Part used||Quantity|
|1||Bala||Sida cordifolia||Rt.||4.8 kg|
|2||Ashvagandha||Withania somnifera||Rt.||4.8 kg|
|3||Jala for decoction (Water)||49.152 l||reduced to 12.288 l|
|4||Guda (Jaggery)||14.4 kg|
|5||Dhataki||Woodfordia fruticosa||Fl.||768 g|
|6||Payasy¡||Ipomea digitata||Rt.||96 g|
|7||Panchangula||Ricinus communis||Rt.||96 g|
|8||Rasna||Pluchea lanceolata||Lf.||48 g|
|9||Sukshma Ela||Elettaria cardamomum||Sd.||48 g|
|10||Prasarini||Paederia foetida||Pl.||48 g|
|11||Lavang||Syzgyium aromaticum||Fl. Bd.||48 g|
|12||Ushira||Vetiveria zizanioides||Rt.||48 g|
|13||Gokshura||Tribulus terrestris||Fr.||48 g|
Properties and Uses:
It is a nervine tonic which is used in the management of various Vataj disorders, Neurological disorders, Muscular disorders. General debility, Muscular cramps, etc.
Dosage and Anupan:
15 – 30 ml once or twice a day with an equal quantity of water, usually advised to be taken after meals.
Dosage should not exceed more than 50 ml at a single time as it may cause loose motions and gastrointestinal disturbances.
10 years. Consume the bottle within 2 months after opening.
1. Bhaishajya Ratnavali Vata vyadhi Chikitsa Prakaran 26/607-610
2. The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India, Part - II (Formulations) Volume – II. 1: 7
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