Arishtas / Asavas (Herbal Wines):
Useful for vata disorders, debility of the mind and body. Helps nourish the tissues.
Kumaryasava is useful in cases of pitta disorders and especially those of the liver, such a jaundice, skin diseases etc.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is one of the best herbs for lowering vata and also helps with joint as well as rheumatic issues, insomnia, anxiety and helps nourish the tissues. It is also considered the ‘Indian ginseng’ and hence a male aphrodisiac.
A great formula for lowering excess vata in the digestive system, where gas, dryness, bloating and constipation are present. Also useful for aches and pains as well.Pushyanuga Churna:
Pushyanuga Churna is one of Ayurveda’s famous compounds for gynecological complaints of all kinds, including monorrhagia, leucorrhea and other uterine and menstrual disorders.
Asparagus racemosus is a rejuvanate herb foor lowering pitta and excess bile in the body, as well as lowering vata. It helps give stability and also increases lactation in females. It has a strong cooling and soothing effect and is useful for ulcerative and inflamed conditions.
Sitopaladi Churna is Ayurveda’s ‘Cold and Cough’ remedy, known for it’s pungent and yet pleasant taste. Often taken with honey, it is good for tastelessness, coughs and colds, excess mucous, asthma, sore throats etc.
Trikatu (“Three Pungents”) contains dry ginger, black pepper and Indian long pepper (pippali). Useful in cold conditions and wherever there is mucous, it helps lower kapha greatly and is commonly used for sluggish digestion / slow metabolism and obesity as well as related conditions as a digestive stimulant.
Commonly known in Ayurveda, it is a common and safe laxative compound, of which 3 – 6 grams can be taken in warm water with ghee before bed to provide regular bowel movements. It is also a rejuvenate for the skin and the eyes, and can also be used on gums as a dental power for gingivitis.
Arogyavardhini tablets are said to cure all diseases, but are used specifically for all kinds of fevers and liver / pitta disorders, including hair loss, leucoderma etc. and wherever there is hyper-acidity.
Chandraprabha is commonly used in all kinds of urinary disorders, from BPH (enlarged prostate) to diabetes, urinary tract infections and more. It is a rejuvenate for the urogenital system.
Goksuradi Guggulu is commonly used for urinary disorders, diabetes and also kidney stones and related pains, dysuria and related urinary tract infections and STIs.Kanchanara Guggulu:
Kanchanar Guggulu is well known for it’s properties to help reduce swelling of many kinds as well as specifically for tumours, both benign and malignant (cancerous). Often taken in conjunction with other medicines for such, as advised by Ayurvedic professionals.
Mahayogaraja Guggulu is indicated in cases for gout, arthritis, and other disorders where there are severe pains etc. as an analgesic. It is also useful in other vata disorders as advised by Ayurvedic professionals.
Medha Vati is a great rejuvanate for the mind and in various psychological disorders, including depression, anxiety and insomnia.
Stree rasayan is a rejuvenate for the female reproductive system and related menstrual complaints.
This is a specific formula used in cases of various types of hernia and is taken only under medical supervision of Ayurvedic practitioners, due to its ingredients. It is sometimes also used for other issues as enlarged prostate under medical supervision.
Anu Taila is used as nasal drops, usually two drops in each nostril after being warmed daily, to help with ENT disorders. It helps clear the sinuses and is useful for stiffness of the neck, earache and headaches as well as helping with premature greying and balding of the hair and wrinkles as per the classical texts.Arimedadi Taila:
Arimedadi Taila is a common oil used for ‘oil-pulling’ in Ayurveda for ENT disorders, especially dental disorders and associated pains.
Dhanwantara Taila is a versatile oil that has many traditional uses from broken bones and fractures to being used as a massage oil in many rheumatic and other conditions as well traditionally. It is one of the most versatile and most used for abhyanga (Ayurvedic massage) and daily self-massage, especially for dry skin.
Kshirabala is useful as a massage oil to reduce vata greatly, in which such can be used on the hands, feet and also for insomnia, as well as dry and cracking skin. It is also used for many other purposes and nervous disorders.
Mahanarayana Taila is a great analgesic oil for gout, arthritis and related conditions as a massage oil, for which it is commonly known and used as well as other purposes in longer Ayurvedic therapies.
Chyawanprash is one very well-known anti-aging formula in classical Ayurveda, as well as its uses known for coughs, colds, bronchial disorders, general immunity and stamina, as well as providing overall health maintenance, especially for the hair and skin, containing Amalaki or Indian gooseberry.
Mahatriphala Ghrita or medicated ghee has many uses for numerous eye disorders, especially glaucoma and cataracts, taken under medical supervision of Ayurvedic practitioners.
Shilajit or mineral pitch is a resin that comes from Himalayan rocks and is a common anti-aging formula, with many uses such as improving immunity (ojas), a rejuvenate for the kidneys, as an aphrodisiac, in cases of diabetes, kidney stones and more under supervision of Ayurvedic practitioners, often along with other formulas. It is a rejuvenate for the hair and skin as well.