Lakshmi Vilas Ras (Rasendra Kasa) is an ayurvedic medicine that is indicated upper respiratory tract infections, sinusitis, and skin diseases. However, its major actions are same as for Laxmi Vilas Ras Abhrak or Nardiya. Additionally, it provides more antibacterial properties due to Swarna Bhasma and Shuddha Hartal. It can be more helpful for treating sinusitis, chronic coryza, and asthma. It is beneficial for lungs, airways, stomach, heart, and liver.
Lakshmi Vilas Ras Ingredients
|Abhrak Bhasma||48 grams|
|Shuddha Gandhak||24 grams|
|Bang Bhasma||12 grams|
|Shuddha Parad||6 grams|
|Shuddha Hartal||6 grams|
|Tamra Bhasma||3 grams|
|Swarna Bhasma||3 grams|
|Karpura – Cinnamomum Camphora||12 grams|
|Jaiphal (Nutmeg) – Myristica Fragrans||12 grams|
|Javitri (Mace) – Myristica fragrans||12 grams|
|Vidhara Seeds – Argyreia nervosa||12 grams|
|Shuddha Datura Beej||12 grams|
|Nagarvel Paan (Betel Leaf) Juice – Piper Betle||Quantity Sufficient|
The medicinal uses of Lakshmi Vilas Ras (Rasendra Kasa) are attributed to the following medicinal properties:
- Cardiac Stimulant
Ayurvedic Property: It reduces mainly Kapha Dosha and pacifies Vata Dosha.
- Upper respiratory tract infections
- Chronic coryza
- Skin diseases
- Sore throat (with white patches)
- Premature graying of hair
Other indications and uses are same as of Laxmi Vilas Ras.
The classical ayurvedic dosage of Lakshmi Vilas Ras (Rasendra Kasa) is as follows:
|For Adults||1 to 2 tablets (65 to 125 mg)|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||4 tablets (250 mg) per day in divided doses|
|Anupaan (Adjuvant)||Honey, Meat Soup, Alcohol, Brahma Rasayana|
Side Effects & Safety
In a few cases, it is not suitable with milk. Therefore, milk products should not be taken till 1 hours after taking it.
Pregnancy & Lactation
Pregnant women and lactating mothers should avoid Lakshmi Vilas Ras.