|Rasnasapthkam Kashaya Gulika (120 Tablets) by Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala
Kashayam refers to a decoction or extract of a herb or a group of herbs. Kashayam contains mostly water soluble herbs which are easily absorbed by the intestines. In Ayurveda, a Kashayam is named after the herbs used in it.
Kashaya is not preferred by many due to its bitter taste and the fuss in carrying the liquid bottles. The availability of Kashaya tablets makes it convenient for such users to take them without trouble.
Rasnasaptakam Kashyam is specifically useful for pain in the hip, lower back and legs. Adjuvants of this include Nagara powder, Sahacharadi tailam, Trayodasanga gulgulu etc.Benefits of Rasnasaptakam Kashyam Tablet:
Ingredients in Rasnasaptakam Kashyam
- Low back ache
- Pain in the hip and legs
- Aplinia galanga (rasna)
- Tinospora cordifolia (Amruta)
- Cassia fistula (Aragwadha)
- Cedrus deodara (Devadaru)
- Tribulus terrestris (Trikandaka)
- Ricinus communis (Eranda)
- Boerhavia diffusa (punarnava)
- Time to take Kashaya Tablets
- In the morning, between 6.00 am and 7.30 am on empty stomach, and in the evening between 5.00pm and 6.30 pm on empty stomach.
- If the patient suffers from acidity, flatulence or sour belching he or she can take Kashaya half an hour after tea.
Following these usage instructions and lifestyle recommendations are essential to get best results. There are no known side effects of this medicine. However, all medications should be taken under the supervision of a doctor.
Dosage: 2 tablet twice a day before food. (650 mg each)
About Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala
Thaikkattu Mooss’ family has contributed significantly for the growth of Ayurveda, the science of holistic healing. The tradition of the family dates back to the legendary days of Lord Parasurama. The profound knowledge in all the 8 branches of Ayurveda - Kayachikitsa, Balachiktsa, Grihachikitsa, Urdhwavanga chikitsa, Salya Chikitsa, Visha Chikitsa, Rasayanam and Vajeekaranam – gave the masters the title ASHTAVAIDYAN.
The splendid tradition of Thaikkattu Mooss’family begins with Sri. Narayanan Mooss and Ittiravi Mooss of the 19th century. In 1924, Ashtavaidyan Narayanan Mooss was awarded the much coveted title of VAIDYARATNAM by Lord Reading., the then Viceroy of India. Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala was founded in 1941 by Ashtavaidyan Sri. E.T. Neelakandhan Mooss, the son of Ashtavaidyan Sri. Narayanan Mooss. The Nation conferred upon him Padmasri in 1992 as a recognition of his contribution in the field of Ayurveda. Vaidyaratnam institutions have now forayed into new areas, scripting a new saga of success under the able leadership of Ashtavaidyan Sri. E.T. Narayanan Mooss, (Padmabhushan awardee)