Maha Panchagavya Ghrita
|Item Code||Brand||Pack Size||Specialty|
|7797||Arya Vaidya Pharmacy||150g||100% Natural|
Maha Panchagavya Ghrita is an ayurvedic formula mostly used externally in panchakarma procedure called snehakarma for the treatment of epilepsy, fistula, inflammation, piles, liver diseases, anemia, cough and psychiatric conditions.
Effect on Tridosha - Calms Vata, Pitta and Kapha
Maha Panchagavya Ghrita suggested dosage:
Quarter to half teaspoon with water, usually before food, once or twice a day, or as directed by Ayurvedic practitioner.
It is usually administered with warm water.
People with diabetes, high cholesterol, heart diseases and high BP should excise precaution. In very high dose, it may cause diarrhoea and indigestion.
96 grams of each of
Dashamoola group of roots -
- Bilva - Aegle marmelos
- Agnimantha - Premna mucronata
- Shyonaka - Oroxylum indicum
- Gambhari - Gmelina arborea
- Patala - Stereospermum suaveolens
- Shalaparni - Desmodium gangeticum
- Prinshnaparni - Urarica picta
- Gokshura - Tribulus terrestris
- Brihati - Solanum indicum
- Kantakari - Solanum xanthocarpum,
- Triphala - Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Vibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) Amla (Emblica officinalis)
- Haridra - Turmeric
- Daruharidra - Berberis aristata
- Kutaja - Holarrhena antidysenterica
- Saptaparna - Alstonia scholaris
- Apamarga - Achyranthes aspera
- Nilini - Indigofera tinctoria
- Katurohini - Picrorhiza kurroa
- Shampaka - Cassia fistula
- Pushkaramoola - Inula racemosa
- Phalgumoola - Ficus carica
- Duralabha - Alhagi psudalhagi
- water for decoction - 12.288 liters, boiled and reduced to 3.072 liters
- powders of 12 grams of each of
- Bharngi - Clerodendron serratum
- Patha - Cissampelos pariera
- Adhaki - Cajanus cajan
- Kumbha - Operculina turpethum
- Nikumbha - Baliospermum montanum
- Trikatu - pepper, long pepper and ginger
- Rohisha - Cymbopogon martinii
- Murva - Marsdenia tenacissima
- Bhutika - Trachyspermum ammi
- Bhunimba - Andrographis paniculata
- Shreyasi - Piper chaba
- Sariva - Hemidesmus indicus
- Madayantika - Lawsonia inermis
- Agni - Plumbago zeylanica
- Nichula - Barringtonia acutangula
- Gomaya swarasa - the water extract prepared from cow dung - 768 ml
- ksheera - cow milk - 768 ml
- Dadhi - cow cheese - 768 ml
- Mutra - Cow urine - 768 ml
- Ghritham - ghee - 768 grams
The above combination is heated till herbal ghee is prepared.
Panch means five and gavya means cow in sanskrit, as this preparation is made from 5 things obtained from the cow.
The cow in Hindu society is traditionally identified as a caretaker and a maternal figure, and Hindu society honours the cow as a symbol of unselfish giving. The cow is an auspicious blessing from Mother Earth for the good of all humankind.
Synonyms: Maha Panchagavya ghritam, Maha Panchagavy Ghrit
About Arya Vaidya Sala Kottakal (AVS):
Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala (AVS) is a century old Charitable Institution engaged in the practice and propagation of Ayurveda, the ancient health care system of India. AVS offers classical Ayurvedic medicines and authentic Ayurvedic treatments and therapies to patients from all over India and abroad.
AVS was established at Kottakkal in Kerala State of India in 1902 by the visionary physician and philanthropist, the late Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier. Started essentially as a village clinic, it has now grown into a multi-unit, multi-disciplinary and multi-crore organisation. It has operations in different areas of Ayurvedic practice.
AVS manages Ayurvedic Hospitals at Kottakkal, Delhi and Kochi. All classical Ayurvedic medicines, therapies and expert medical advice are available there. AVS has two modern medicine manufacturing units, has well equipped quality control labs, has fullfledged research activities, publishes Ayurvedic periodicals and books, cultivates medicinal plants and conducts educational programmes. AVS also runs a Kathakali academy where the classical theatre of Kathakali is taught and performed.
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