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PWD-302 Dashamula

PWD-302 Dashamula

20,95 €Price

Dashamula
Certified Organic

 

A traditional Ayurvedic formula for pacifying vata
100 grams per bottle

  • Calms the nerves and removes excess vata from the system
  • Strengthens and nourishes the body
  • Supports healthy expectoration and proper function of the lungs
  • Promotes healthy elimination of natural toxins

Ayurvedic description:

  • Rasa (taste): astringent, sweet
  • Virya (action): warming
  • Vipaka (post-digestive effect): pungent
  • Doshas (constitutions): Balancing for vata and kapha

Commentary:
Dashamula is a traditional Ayurvedic formula for removing excess vata from the system. It is a nourishing muscle tonic that strengthens the body and calms the nerves. Dashamula promotes healthy expectoration and respiration while supporting the proper function of the lungs and nervous system. The formula is very grounding and helps direct the flow of vata energy in the body downward. A decoction of the whole herbs is used as an enema to eliminate natural toxins from the GI tract and to balance vata in the lower region of the body. Dashamula literally means 'ten roots' referring to the traditional ingredients of the formula. Five of the plants are large trees and many of the roots are difficult to obtain sustainably. When necessary, other parts of the plants are used as effective substitutes to help ensure the protection of the species for future generations.

Common Usage:
Used internally or externally to control vata dosha

Possible Contraindications:
None known

Suggested Use:
½ to 1 level teaspoon, once or twice daily, or as directed by your health practitioner.

Notes:
Dashamula is also available in capsules

Additional facts:
Serving size: ½ teaspoon
Servings per container: 100
Each 100 gram bottle contains:
Bilva root (Aegle marmelos), Agnimantha root (Premna integrifolia), Shyonaka root (Oroxylum indicum), Patala root (Stereospermym suaveolens), Kashmari root ( Gmelina arborea), Bruhati root (Solanum indicum), Kantakari root ( Solanum xanthocarpum), Shalaparni root ( Desmodium gangeticum), Prushniparni root ( Uraria picta), Gokshura root (Tribulus terrestris)

 

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