Kanyalohadi Vati has similar actions as Raja Pravartini Vati has, but it is less potent than Raja Pravartini Vati, so it is suitable for people with sensitive body type. It is indicated in four main conditions in women – dysmenorrhea (painful periods), amenorrhea (absent periods), oligomenorrhea (light menstruation or scanty periods) and irregular menstruation.
Table of Contents
|Kanyalohadi Vati is prepared with following ingredients mixing them in provided proportion.|
|Elwa (Musabbar) – Aloe Vera (Indian Aloe) Extract||120 grams|
|Shuddha Kasis (or Kasis Bhasma)||90 grams|
|Dalchini (Cinnamon) – Cinnamomum Zeylanicum||60 grams|
|Elaichi (Cardamom) – Elettaria Cardamomum||60 grams|
|Sonth (dried ginger) – Zingiber Officinale||60 grams|
|After mixing ingredients in above proportion, tablets are prepared.|
Kanyalohadi Vati has emmenagogue action, so it promotes the menstrual flow. However, its action is mild when compared with Raja Pravartini Vati.
- Haematinic (increases hemoglobin levels)
- Mild Laxative
- Dysmenorrhea (painful periods)
- Amenorrhea (absent periods)
- Oligomenorrhea (light menstruation or scanty periods)
- Irregular menstruation
Dosage & Administration
|The general dosage of Kanyalohadi Vati is as follows.|
|Amenorrhea||1000 to 1500 mg *|
|Oligomenorrhea||500 to 1000 mg *|
|Dysmenorrhea||500 mg *|
|Irregular Menstruation||500 mg *|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||3 grams Per Day (in divided doses)|
|* Twice a day with appropriate adjuvant|
|Best Time to Take: After Food, Before Meal, In Between Food|
Kanyalohadi Vati should be taken in recommended dosage under professional supervision.
Side Effects of Kanyalohadi Vati
There are no side effects reported with Kanyalohadi Vati.