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Vaidyaratnam Balarishtam is one of the most commonly prescribed Ayurvedic aqueous composition comprising 5 to 10% self-generated alcohol. It has Bala (Sida cordifolia) as one .. view detail


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Vaidyaratnam Balarishtam is one of the most commonly prescribed Ayurvedic aqueous composition comprising 5 to 10% self-generated alcohol. It has Bala (Sida cordifolia) as one of the main ingredients which are a potent remedy for Vataj disorders.

Ingredients:

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 useful in Vataj Roga, Mandagni and Daurbalya.

It is indicated in various Nervine and Rheumatic disorders.

Dosage and Anupan:

It should be taken in a dose not more than 2-4 tsp (15-30 ml) at a time, along with an equal quantity of water.

Side Effects:

A single dosage of more than 50 ml causes gastrointestinal disturbances and diarrhea.

Shelf Life:

10 years. A bottle should be emptied within 90 months of opening.

Reference:

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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