Dhanwantharaishtam

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Dhawantharaistham

Dhawantharaistham is a supplementary ayurvedic medicine for nerve regeneration manufactured by Kerala Ayurveda that can help patients undergoing nerve-related treatments. This medicine is an arishtam made from fermented herbs and is named after Dhanwanthari, the God of medicine. It strengthens muscles and nerves. It is used for Vata disorders leading to paralysis and other related problems. Dhanwantharaishtam is also used for ayurvedic treatment after cesarean delivery, where it can be very helpful in treating all nerve and muscle-related problems.

The Vata dosha regulates the working of the nervous system in the human body, according to Ayurveda. All the senses and the nerves are governed by Vata. When the Vata dosha is disturbed, then it can have an impact on the nerves and give rise to various problems related to nerves like nerve pain, weakness, numbness in hand and feet, tingling sensation, etc. Neurological problems of all types are associated with a Vata imbalance.

The body has three energies Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. An imbalance of Vata creates a situation where pitta and Kapha cannot flow smoothly in the blood leading to blockages. This can lead to different diseases. The solution to this problem is to correct the imbalance in the dosha that will lead to the nerve problem being treated.

 

Ingredient list

Dhanwantharaistham has the following ingredients:

Dhataki

  • Dhataki or Woodfordia fruticosa is known as fire flame bush.

  • It is one of the main components used to prepare arishta and asava ayurvedic formulations.

  • It acts as a fermenting agent in the medicine preparation process.

Balamoola

  • Balamoola or Sida cordifolia is known as the country mallow.

  • It helps to improve strength and provides nourishment to the body.

  • It balances all the three doshas.

  • It is used to prepare medicines to improve strength.

Yava

  • Yava or Hordeum vulgare is commonly known as barley.

  • It can help in instantly nourishing the body.

  • It is helpful to improve physical strength.

  • It is helpful in treating Vata disorders.

Kakoli

  • Kakoli or Rosacea purpurea is a part of Ashtavarga or eight groups of medicines

  • Kakoli is known for treating disorders related to Vata as well as pitta.

  • It is helpful in treating debility.

  • It is used to prepare medicines to treat nerve weakness.

Jeera

  • Jeera or Cuminum cyminum is a common spice.

  • It is extremely helpful in regulating digestion.

  • It has a cleansing effect and helps in post-delivery care for females.

  • It can treat emaciation and debility.

Haritaki

  • Harithaki or Terminalia chebula is part of the Triphala medicines.

  • It helps to reduce Vata disorder.

  • It is useful in the treatment of nerve-related problems.

  • It can treat muscle weakness.
     

Ayurvedic medicine for nerve regeneration can be used as supplementary care by people undergoing nerve treatments. Diet is one of the treatment options in Ayurveda. The diet would depend on the predominant dosha. Since the vata dosha is associated with nerve problems, the diet should pacify Vata and can use foods that are heavy in nature, oily, warm, and liquid with salt and sweet flavors.

Numbness in hands and feet and usually caused by nerve problems, which may be due to diabetes. It can be due to a nerve disorder. Timely treatment by giving medicine for numbness in feet and medicine for numb hands can help in effectively treating this nerve problem.

 

Overview 

The nerves in the body together constitute the nervous system that controls the working of all other systems in the body. A common problem related to the nerve is nerve pain and numbness due to nerve problems. The nerves in the body, particularly in the hands and feet may be damaged and it causes pain or numbness. Pain, numbness, and a tingling feeling in the arms and legs are common symptoms. There could be different causes and some of them can be serious including stroke or sclerosis. Whatever may be the problem, treatment is important.

 

Causes of nerve problems

Sometimes when you lie down, on one side with pressure, on one hand, you may experience tingling or numbness in the hand. This can be temporary and resolves on its own. If this problem occurs repeatedly and causes numbness in the hand or feet and pain, then it can be serious.

There can be various causes of nerve disorders, including:

  • Multiple sclerosis causes numbness and tingling in the face, hands, and feet.

  • A stroke or paralysis can cause nerve damage leading to numbness.

  • Tumors in the body can put pressure on the brain or spinal cord, which can cause numbness, tingling, and other sensations.

  • Back pain and injury can damage the nerves and can affect the nerves.

  • Deficiency in magnesium is one more reason for nerve damage.

  • Sometimes deficiency in Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12 can cause nerve damage.

  • Encephalitis is a disease that can lead to numbness and loss of sensation.

  • Diabetic neuropathy is a major cause of numbness. The excess blood sugar can damage the nerves and lead to peripheral neuropathy where the nerves of the hand and feet are damaged causing numbness, as well as pain.

  • Liver damage is one more reason for nerve problems with numbness.

  • Autoimmune diseases like lupus and myasthenia gravis can cause numbness.

  • Nerve damage can also be due to the side effects of certain medications used to treat blood pressure, cancer, HIV, and skin ailments.


     



INDICATION:

Prenatal and post natal maternity care, Nervous disease like Hemiplegia, Facial paralysis, Convulsive disorders, Wasting, Numbness, Gas trouble,Dysuria, Fever

ACTION:

Carminative, Anti inflammatory, Diuretic, Analgesic, Vasodilator, Antipyretic

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