Abhayarishtam, also known as Abhayarishta, is an Ayurvedic herbal liquid preparation used in traditional Indian medicine. Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healing system that originated in India and has been practiced for thousands of years.
Abhayarishtam is primarily used for digestive disorders, particularly for relieving constipation and promoting regular bowel movements. It is believed to have laxative properties, which can help in softening stools and easing bowel movements. Additionally, it may aid in the treatment of hemorrhoids (piles) due to its potential benefits in reducing inflammation and discomfort in the anal region.
The main ingredients in Abhayarishtam can vary based on the specific formulation, but it typically contains herbs like Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) and Draksha (Vitis vinifera). These herbs are known for their digestive and laxative properties in Ayurvedic medicine.
As with any Ayurvedic preparation, it is crucial to consult an Ayurvedic practitioner or healthcare professional before using Abhayarishtam. They can assess your health condition and determine if it is suitable for you, as well as provide proper dosage and usage instructions. It is also essential to be aware of any potential interactions with other medications you might be taking and to ensure it does not conflict with any existing health conditions you have.
Please note that while Ayurvedic medicine has been used for centuries and is considered relatively safe, it is still essential to approach any form of treatment with caution and under the guidance of a qualified practitioner.
Abhaya is the Sanskrit word of Chebulic Myrobalan – the main ingredient is Abhaya -Terminalia Chebula- കടുക്ക.
It is prepared under the reference of Sahasrayogam.
Medicinal plants and other ingredients used in the preparation of Abhayarishtam.
Note: Avoid self-medication, (Consult an Ayurveda practitioner before using this medicine).
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