Haritakyadi Guggulu is used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, neuromuscular conditions, backache, and constipation. It pacifies Vata and reduces the accumulation of AMA (toxins) in the body and increases its excretion. It improves general well-being and increases the strength of all parts of the body. It also detoxifies the intestines and improves bowel movements.
|Harar (Haritaki) – Terminalia Chebula||1 Part|
|Sonth (dried ginger) – Zingiber Officinale||1 Part|
|Vidhara – Argyreia Nervosa||1 Part|
|Shuddha Guggulu||6 Parts|
|Erand Tail – Castor Oil||Q.S.|
For making Haritakyadi Guggul, take an iron mortar and put Shuddha Guggulu in it and add a small quantity of castor oil. Pestle it and gradually add the fine powder of other ingredients of Haritakyadi Guggulu. When the mixture is ready to make tablets, then make tablets of each 375 mg.
Haritakyadi Guggulu has following medicinal properties:
- Mild laxative
- AMA PACHAK (detoxifying)
- Appetite stimulant
Haritakyadi Guggulu is helpful in following health conditions.
- Neuromuscular conditions
- Rheumatoid arthritis
Haritakyadi Guggulu Dosage
|The general dosage of Haritakyadi Guggul is as follows.|
|Children||125 to 375 mg|
|Adults||375 mg to 1.5 grams|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||3 grams Per Day (in divided doses)|
|Doses: 2 Doses per day|
|Best Time to Take: After Food|
|Adjuvant: Preferably warm milk, alternatively, warm water|
Haritakyadi Guggulu is considerably safe for most individuals when taken as per its indications in appropriate dosage under professional supervision.
Side Effects of Haritakyadi Guggulu
There are no side effects reported with Haritakyadi Guggulu.
There are no absolute contraindications for Haritakyadi Guggul.
Pregnancy & Lactation
Haritakyadi Guggulu should not be used during pregnancy.
The safety profile of Haritakyadi Guggulu is not well established for lactating mothers. Consult an ayurvedic physician before using Haritakyadi Guggul during lactation.