Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam is Siddha Medicine used for the treatment of rheumatic disorders, insomnia (sleeplessness), and male infertility due to oligospermia (low count). It contains a single herb NATTU AMUKKARA (also called Ashwagandha), so it has strengthening actions and all properties of Ashwagandha root powder. It reduces inflammation and alleviating pain.
|Nattu Amukkara – Ashwagandha – Withania Somnifera||100%|
|Reference: SIDDHA FORMULATORY OF INDIA PART 1 AND GUNAPADAM MOOLIGAI VAGUPPU PART 1|
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Amukkara Kizhangu is likely to have following medicinal properties and pharmacological actions:
- Nervine Tonic
- Rasayana (Rejuvenating)
- Mild Anti-asthmatic
- Mild Anabolic effect
Indications of Amukkara Kizhangu
Amukkara Kizhangu is indicated in following health conditions:
- Rheumatic Arthritis
- Muscle spasms and muscular pain
- Sleeplessness (Insomnia)
- Debility after disease
- General weakness
- Male infertility due to oligospermia
Dosage & Administration
|The general dosage of Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam is as follows.|
|Children||500 to 1000 mg *|
|Adults||1 to 2 grams *|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||6 grams Per Day (in divided doses)|
|* Twice a day with appropriate adjuvant|
|Best Time to Take: An hour Before Meal or 2 hours After Meal|
|Adjuvants: Milk & Ghee|
Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam is likely to be safe and well-tolerated when taken in recommended dosage under professional supervision.
There are no side effects observed with Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam.
Pregnancy & Lactation
The safety profile of Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam is not well established for pregnant women.
However, the recommended dosage of A. K. Choornam does not likely to produce any side effects during pregnancy. But pregnant women should consult a Siddha physician before using Amukkara Kizhangu Churnam.
Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam is likely to be safe to consume by lactating mothers. There are no adverse effects reported with the use of Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam in lactating mothers and breastfeeding babies.
There is no absolute contraindication for Amukkara Kizhangu Choornam.