Dasamoolarishtam

435 Ml

₹140.00
BASIC INFO

Dasamoolarishtam

The Dasamoolarishtam is one of the most useful medicines known to help with allergic rhinitis treatment in Ayurveda. It is composed of the Dashamoola ingredients as the primary component. These ten (Dasha) roots (Mool) are the most valuable in Ayurvedic medicine and are known to have excellent anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. 

The Dasamoolarishtam is also a general health tonic that helps overcome the feeling of weakness in the patient. It improves immunity and promotes good health. Dasamoolarishtam is used in Ayurveda for its properties of being a natural analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-stress, adaptogenic, carminative, digestive stimulant, hematogenic, haematinic, anthelmintic and anti-arthritic. 

Dasamoolarishtam has a Vata pacifying ability and helps detoxify and strengthen the body. Generally, persistent cough causes severe left flank pain or right flank pain in patients. Dasamoolarishtam is known to help relieve flank pain caused by such coughing. 

 

Ingredients

Dasamoolam

The star ingredients in the Dasamoolarishtam are the ten very potent roots that are as follows:

  • Bilva (Aegle marmelos)

    • It balances the three Doshas.

    • By balancing the Pitta Dosha it relieves ulcers, inflammations and Pitta related fevers.

  • Syonaka (Oroxylum indicum)

    • This herb has anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties.

    • It also has anti-allergic properties which makes it good Ayurvedic medicine for allergic rhinitis

  • Gambhari (Gmelina arbora)

    • It is  used in tonics that help overcome weakness. 

    • It relieves Vata and Pitta dosha imbalances. 

  • Patala (Stereospermum suaveolens)

    • It has diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties.

    • It balances the three doshas.

    • It is useful to help treat blood-related problems.

  • Agnimantha (Premna integrifolia)

    • It has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

    • It is used to pacify Vata disorders.

  • Salaparni (Desmodium gangeticum)

    • This herb is anthelmintic, antioxidant, expectorant, nervine tonic, immunity-stimulating, febrifuge, carminative, anti-catarrhal, diuretic and anti-diarrheal.

    • It balances Vata and Kapha Doshas

  • Prasniparni (Uraria picta)

    • Anti-inflammatory and anti-infective

  • Brahati (Solanum indicum)

    • Anti-inflammatory

  • Kantakari (Solanum surattnse)

    • Has anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, antioxidant, diuretic and antipyretic properties.

  • Goksura (Tribulus terrestis)

    • Balances the Vata and Pitta Doshas

Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanicum)

  • Pacifies Vata Dosha

  • Is used in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating agent

Puskaramula (Inula racemosa)

  • Is useful in Ayurvedic treatment for heart disease and upper respiratory tract disorders.

  • Relieves wounds and is a uterus stimulant.

  • It is used as an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, antihistamine, bronchodilator, anti-inflammatory, anti-helminthic and in treatment of anaemia. 

  • It balances Kapha and Vata Doshas

Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)

  • It balances all the three Doshas

  • This herb is used as an adaptogen, analgesic and anti-infective in Ayurveda. 

  • It helps the body resist stress and illness. 

  • It relieves Ama

 

Dosage

Adults 15 to 25 ml and children 5 to 15 ml or as prescribed by an Ayurvedic physician. Self-medication is not advised. 

 

Ayurvedic Perspective On Rhinitis

  • As per Ayurveda, the primary cause of rhinitis is the accumulation of Ama. 

  • Ayurveda states that the digestive and metabolic process in the body has to be efficient in order to be healthy. This is dependent on the Agni or digestive fire. When the digestive process is not proper there is an accumulation of a metabolic waste called Ama. When Ama builds up over time it becomes the highly toxic Amavisha that causes a lot of health issues. When it affects the Rasa and Rakhta Dhatus it causes allergic rhinitis.

  • To avoid Ama buildup we need to ensure that the digestive fire is at its optimum and that the food intake is fresh and unprocessed. 

  • Allergic rhinitis is referred to as Vata-Kaphaja Pratishaya. It is caused by Ama (toxins), Virudh Adhaar and Asatmya (foreign bodies).

  • Virudh Adhaar is the wrong intake of the wrong combinations of food. It can also refer to eating the wrong thing at the wrong time of day.  Some examples are fish and milk, ice cream at night etc.

  • Ayurvedic rhinitis treatment involves the relieving of ama and the balancing of the three Doshas. Medication is given and also supported with other Panchakarma treatments if needed. Dietary recommendations should also be followed. 

  • Lifestyle changes include eating the right foods and being aware of what food one should not eat at night. If there are particular triggers for rhinitis, they should be avoided. Being active, getting plenty of exercise and fresh air is good. One should avoid sleeping in the day and soon after dinner. 

  • Vata type of rhinitis has symptoms of headache and sleeplessness. Pitta type may be accompanied by fever and yellow nasal discharge. Kapha has heavy white mucus and may have a congestion of the sinuses. 

 

Rhinitis Problems

Rhinitis is the inflammation of the inner lining of the nose. When it lasts for a shorter time it is called acute rhinitis and long term problems are called chronic rhinitis. Chronic rhinitis is usually allergic in nature. Chronic rhinitis is also hay fever and can be caused by allergens, irritants, pregnancy, medications and smoking. Patients suffering from asthma and chronic sinusitis also have a tendency to have chronic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis is caused when the body has an extreme immune response to an allergen. This does not happen when the person is first exposed to the allergen. It happens when the person gets exposed enough to cause the production of antibodies against it. This is called sensitisation. The histamine that is released by the body to defend against the allergen causes the symptoms. This is why allergic rhinitis medication includes antihistamines. Common allergens are dust, pollen, spores, animals and other things such as wood or rubber. Allergens can also be work-related. Having allergic reactions tends to be hereditary or common in children who have been exposed to allergens at a young age.  Non-allergic rhinitis is caused when the blood vessels in the nose expand. The symptoms are similar to allergic rhinitis but the occurrence is round the year. This type could be caused by medication, weather and some kinds of food. 


 



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