Gandharvahastadi Castor Oil

100 Ml

₹100.00

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Gandharvahastadi Castor Oil

Text (Ashtangahridayam)

PRESENTATION: 100 ML

This Gandharvahastadi castor oil can be taken internally or applied externally. There are many benefits of Gandharvahastadi castor oil. It helps relieve chronic constipation and is helpful to alleviate pain associated with abdominal cramps. This ayurvedic laxative helps to stimulate appetite and is helpful for people suffering from anorexia. It helps with bloating issues and helps get rid of all toxins in your body. It helps balance your doshas. Gandharvahastadi helps heal the gut, improves spleen health, improves liver health and also helps cleanse intestines.

The castor oil comes in a herbal decoction formula. It is helpful in the case of flatulence since it helps facilitate proper digestion. When applied externally it acts as an ayurvedic anti inflammatory medicine. It helps people get relief from a wide range of rheumatic complaints. For example, it is helpful in case of pain in any part of the body such as lower back and neck. The ayurveda castor oil can be used as an ayurvedic moisturizer as well as help heal skin disorders.

 

Ingredient list

This castor oil Ayurveda medicine has the best ingredients to ensure it helps you deal with different digestion-related problems. Here are three ingredients that are found in Gandharvahasthadi thailam.

Sunthi

  • Helps heal chronic indigestion
  • Helpful for irritable bowel syndrome
  • Helps relieve nausea
  • Speeds up metabolism
  • Gives relief from flatulence
  • Reduces inflammation in the body
  • Curbs overeating

 

Yavasa

  • Improves digestion
  • Helps balance kapha and pitta doshas
  • Enhances immunity
  • Helps improve strength
  • Decreases risk of constipation
  • Provides relief from piles
  • Promotes overall health

 

Gandharvahasta

  • Eliminates toxins in the body
  • Treats digestive problems
  • Has antifungal properties
  • Boosts immunity
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties
  • Cools body when applied externally
  • Helps treat constipation

 

Digestive Problems:

There is a range of digestive problems people suffer from. While some find short term solutions to their problems, others often want more long-term solutions. Digestion-related problems are rampant and they can be caused due to a variety of reasons. Digestion-related problems can affect your everyday life, which is why you must understand the causes and how you can safely heal the problem.

Causes of digestion problems

There are different types of digestion-related problems and the causes of each vary.

Causes of constipation are as follows:

  • You are not active.
  • You consume too many dairy products
  • You try and delay the urge to pass stools.
  • Your eating habits have changed.
  • You are suffering from eating disorders.
  • An underactive thyroid can lead to constipation.
  • You are overusing laxatives.
  • Your exercising habits have changed.
  • You suffer from irritable bowel syndrome.
  • You have trouble with your digestive system.
  • You suffer from neurological conditions.
  • You don’t consume enough water.
  • Some medications can cause constipation such as antidepressants.

Causes of indigestion are as follows:

  • You have intestinal blockage.
  • You suffer from anxiety.
  • You have gallstones.
  • Your intestine isn’t getting enough blood.
  • You suffer from celiac disease.
  • You smoke regularly.
  • You have anxiety issues.
  • You eat quickly without chewing properly.
  • You take antibiotics such as iron supplements.
  • You suffer from constipation.
  • You have pancreatitis.
  • You consume too much chocolate or alcohol.
  • You have too much caffeine.

 

Causes of abdominal pain are as follows:

  • You have indigestion.
  • You have GERD.
  • You have inflammatory bowel disease.
  • You have been injured in the abdominal area.
  • You have constipation.
  • You have a bowel obstruction.
  • You have gas.
  • You have gallbladder inflammation.
  • You have an abdominal aneurysm.
  • You have food poisoning.
  • You have an abdominal hernia.
  • You had an abdominal muscle injury.
  • You have a parasite infection.

Causes of abdominal distension are as follows:

  • You are malnourished.
  • You have gained weight.
  • You have benign ovarian tumours.
  • You have small bowel bacterial overgrowth syndrome.
  • You have viral infections.
  • You have swallowed air.
  • You have bacterial infections.
  • You have viral infections.
  • You have mal-absorption problems.
  • You have tumours.
  • You have constipation.
  • You have ascites.
  • You have intestinal gas.

Causes of bloating are as follows:

  • You eat way too quickly.
  • You are lactose intolerant.
  • You eat too many fatty foods.
  • You have indigestion.
  • You have abdominal adhesions.
  • You have intestinal disorders.
  • You consume too many carbonated beverages.
  • You have gallstones.
  • You have food allergies.
  • You smoke.
  • You have gastroparesis.
  • You have constipation.

Ayurveda’s view on digestion

Digestion is the basis of everything according to Ayurveda. Ayurveda states that when digestion takes place properly, then you will be completely healthy; mentally and physically. Digestion is a three-step process. In the first stage, the mouth and upper stomach are involved. It involves kapha and this is when saliva is added to food to facilitate digestion. The second stage involves the lower stomach and the small intestine. In this, the pitta is in charge, and it involves breaking down food so that it can be digested. The third step takes place in the large intestine and it is associated with vata. This is when digestion is complete.

There are many ways to ensure your food is digested properly. You can include meditation as a regular part of your life. This helps you release any negative emotions you have. You can try stress management techniques to ensure you remain relaxed and happy. Doing some form of exercise such as yoga is helpful as well to ensure you are physically fit and healthy. Apart from this, you can follow some ways to ensure food is getting digested properly. You should ideally sit in a peaceful place when you are eating. You should consume fresh vegetables and fresh fruits as much as possible. Including whole grains to your diet is a great idea too.

When you drink water is important. Ayurveda states that you should drink water at room temperature. You should drink water half an hour after eating. Drinking water right after you wake up helps digestion. When you drink, make sure you take water in sips. Before eating, you can have freshly grated ginger with some lemon juice drops and a bit of salt. This can help aid digestion. You can have lassi at lunchtime. You should ensure that you chew your food properly so that digestion takes place properly. You should prepare food at home and eat it warm instead of reheating it. You should include spices like turmeric, ginger and coriander when you are preparing your food.



INDICATION:

Constipation, Distention, Abdominal cramps

ACTION:

Laxative, Carminative, Appetiser, Anti-flatulent.

 

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