Dashmulam or Dashamul, this incredible herbal remedy is not only used for pain disorders and inflammatory diseases including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gouty arthritis but also frequently used as an enema as it helps to alleviate constipation, anorexia, abdominal lump, bloating, flatulence, lower back conditions and inflammation in the pelvic and sacral areas. Owing to its incredible expectorant, analgesic nervine, and febrifuge actions, it is extremely significant since it helps to direct the air and space elements, i.e. the Vata doshas in the body to flow downward and alleviates most nervine disorders associated with weakness, debility and pain. It is also pivotal in case of tremors, sciatica and Parkinson's disease. Dashamula has also been found effective in cases of dry coughs, persistent cough, breathing trouble, asthma, hoarseness (hoarse voice), chronic fever, and other health anomalies associated with respiratory weakness.
Ingredients Of Dashamoola Churna:
Brihat Panchamoola :
Bilva (Indian Bael) - Aegle marmelos
Agnimantha (Arani) - Premna serratifolia (Premna mucronata & Premna integrifolia)
Gambhari (Beech wood/ Kasmari) - Gmelina arborea
Shyonaka - Oroxylum indicum
Patala - Stereospermum suaveolens
Laghu Panchamoola :
Brihati (Indian Nightshade) - Solanum indicum
Shalaparni - Desmodium gangeticum
Kantakari - Solanum xanthocarpum
Gokshura or Gokhru - Tribulus terrestris
Prishnaparni - Uraria picta
Ayurvedic Benefits Of Dashamoola:
Remedies Respiratory Troubles
The presence of powerful expectorant, anti-inflammatory, anti-biotic, analgesic and anti-asthmatic properties in dashamoola powder plays a pivotal role in treating several respiratory troubles like the common cold, cough and flu symptoms. Accumulation of rheum particles in the nasal passage and chest get removed easily on using the ten roots. It is also beneficial in treating bronchitis, allergic rhinitis, whooping cough and asthmatic conditions.
Owing to its potent analgesic, pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties, Dashmoola is quintessential in reducing joint and muscle pain, thereby reducing the chances of chronic autoimmune inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, urinary infection, gulma, anemia, and ailments of liver which occurs due to the vitiation of Vata Doshas. It also reduces pain occurring in the lower back, sacral regions and lower limbs (i.e. thigh, legs, and feet).
Apart from respiratory anomalies, Dashmoola is also well-known for its excellent digestive qualities. Not only does it counterbalance the excess acid in the stomach and provides immediate relief from acidity and heartburn but also improves digestion and reduces constipation. It also increases appetite and promotes better absorption of nutrients in the body and treats conditions like flatulence, abdominal cramps, bloating etc.
Dashamoola holds high significance in providing relief from chronic headaches, tension, etc. Normally, a headache occurs due to excessive workload, stress, anxiety, etc. It has a soothing effect on irritated nerves, calms the brain and improves nerve function. It also treats the symptoms associated with migraines like vomiting, nausea and gastrointestinal troubles.
Imbued with potent analgesic, antipyretic and temperature-reducing properties, Dashamoola is used effectively in treating different types of fever. It not only reduces the body temperature and treats intermittent and high fever but also effective against fever due to common cold, flu or influenza.
Effect On Doshas
Dashamoola, the wonderous herbal concoction, is sanctified with Kashaya (i.e. astringent taste) and Madhura Rasa (i.e. sweet taste) and Guru (i.e. heavy) and Rukshna Guna (i.e. rough quality). It inherently portrays Ushna Virya (i.e. hot potency) and Katu Vipaka (i.e. pungent metabolic taste). Owing to its Tridosha nashak properties, this incredible herbal remedy appeases all the three doshas including the Vata doshas (i.e. air), Kapha (earth and water) doshas and Pitta (fire and air) doshas). The presence of the intrinsic essential properties and doshas, the herb has a positive effect on the various Dhatus (i.e. body tissues) which are Rasa (i.e. Plasma), Mamsa (i.e. Muscles), and Asthi (i.e. Bones).
Dosage Of Dashamoola:
The precise therapeutic dosage may vary from person to person depending upon the age, severity, and condition of the patient. One must consult an ayurvedic doctor or practitioner, as he or she will thoroughly examine the indications and prescribe the effective dosage for the specific time period.
Powder: 3 – 6 g infused in warm water, twice a day after meals or as directed by the ayurvedic doctor or practitioner.
Decoction: 30 – 60 ml, along with warm water, twice a day, 30 minutes prior to meals or as suggested by the doctor.
PRESENTATION: course powder for decoction : 100 grams
DASHMOOL QWATH POWDER
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