Dashamoola Jeerakam is a blend of Dashmoolarishta and Jeerakarishtam. It is primarily beneficial for new mothers. It is useful in the prevention and treatment of loose stools, frequent and irregular evacuation and backache, pain in legs and body pain in new mothers. It also helps to detoxify the uterus after delivery and prevent all types of Vata Disorders in new mothers.
In other cases, it is used to treat diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, backache, body pains, loss of appetite and rheumatoid arthritis. Primarily, Dashamoola Jeerakam acts on the uterus, organs of the digestive system (intestine, stomach, liver) and organs of the nervous system.
Dashamoola Jeerakam Ingredients
Dashamoola Jeerakam contains:
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Dashamoola Jeerakam Indications and Uses
- For prevention of uterine infections and Postpartum complications
- Postpartum fatigue.
- Postpartum appetite loss.
- Postpartum weakness.
- Anaemia after pregnancy.
- Loss of appetite.
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
- Insomnia linked with IBS.
- Abdominal pains.
The main purpose of its use to restore the digestion of new mothers and prevent postpartum disorders that may affect the overall wellbeing of new mothers.
If a person has pain disorders (including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis) and digestive problems (like loose stools, diarrhea, frequent bowel movement, etc.), then this medicine is an excellent option.
Dosage of Dashamoola Jeerakam
The ayurvedic dosage of Dashamoola Jeerakam is as follows:
|Maximum Possible Dosage||60 ml per day|
How to Take
|Anupan (Adjuvant)||An equal amount of water|
|Dosage Frequency||Twice daily|
|Medication Time||Immediately after a meal|
Dashamoola Jeerakam is LIKELY SAFE & WELL TOLERATED in most people when the above points are considered wisely and taken as per its indications in the appropriate dosage under professional supervision.
There are no side effects reported with Dashamoola Jeerakam.
When we use Dashmularishta alone, it has some contraindications like mouth ulcer, burning sensation, heartburn, excessive thirst and diarrhea with a burning sensation. But in Dashamoola Jeerakam, Dashmularishta is combined with Jeerakarishtam, which balances its effects and prevents all these unwanted effects. Therefore, Dashamoola Jeerakam has no known contraindications theoretically. However, it requires further research study to confirm this statement. Still, it is advisable if a patient is suffering from these symptoms, then Jeerakarishtam alone should be a better option than Dashamoola Jeerakam and Dashmularishta.