Agasthyarasayanam for Sinusitis & Lung Congestion (250 Gm)

Agasthyarasayanam (Leyham) 250 Gm

Relieves Respiratory Infections

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Mfr: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva Ernakulam District, Kerala-683585

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4.8 rating and 4 reviews

Dhruv Raj

Dhruv Raj on 18-11-2021

This is a very good medicine for cough. It's also good for respiratory issues.

Clara

Clara on 19-11-2021

Rasayanam is very effective for cold and cough.

Kerala Ayurveda's Agasthyarasayanam is an Ayurvedic medicine that helps ease respiratory discomfort. Ayurvedic medicine for bronchitis and respiratory tonics are known to contain powerful herbs that can ease congestion that causes problems in breathing.



Agasthya Rasayanam contains many natural herbs that have healing properties as shown in Ayurvedic texts. All these herbs are known to help with the treatment of bronchial infections and acute and chronic disorders of the respiratory tract like hoarseness of voice, cough, and dyspnea. 

Some of the key ingredients that make up Kerala Ayurveda's Agasthya Rasayanam are:

  • Dasamoola:
    The name Dasamoola or Dasamula is a combination of two Sanskrit words ‘Dasa’ – Ten and ‘Moola’ – Root. These combinations are very effective to treat cold, colic pain and respiratory disorders.

  • Shankapushpi:
    Shankhpushpi is a rasayana herb that rejuvenates the mind and body, has an anti-aging effect, nourishes all dhatus (bodily tissues), and improves life expectancy.

  • Shati: Shati (Hedychium spicatum) or zedoary an Ayurvedic herb treats digestive disorders, debility, blood disorders, respiratory afflictions, and skin diseases. 

  • Bala: According to Ayurveda ‘Bala’ balances all the doshas – vata, pitta, kapha. It has more effect on vata dosha.

Other ingredients include:

  • Atmagupta

  • Yava - Barley

  • Gajapippali 

  • Pippali moola

  • Hareetaki

  • Bharngi

  • Pushkaramula

  • Chitraka

  • Apamarga



The recommended dosage for adults is 1-2 tsps once or twice a day, before or after food, along with warm water or honey. Or advised by your Ayurvedic doctor.

 



Benefits of medicines and herbs used in the Ayurvedic treatment for bronchitis include:

  • They contain antitussive, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-allergic, anti microbial, antioxidant, carminative, and mild laxative medicinal properties. 

  • Boosts the immunity level in the body and strengthens the overall health to avoid any ailment.

  • Known to help reduce inflammation of the lining in the bronchial tubes thus, providing a feeling of relief. 

  • Helpful in the treatment of common cold, allergic rhinitis, chronic sinus infection (sinusitis), cough because of all underlying causes, and hiccup. 

  • Agasthya Rasayanam contains herbs and other ingredients, which cumulatively work as a vata pitta kapha balance medicine.



  • Eases respiratory discomfort
  • Boosts immunity
  • Help reduce cough and cold


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