Bhallatakadi Modaka is an Ayurvedic medicine. Bhallatakadi Modaka is a black colour solid preparation in the form of spherical lumps. It has bitter and astringent taste. This medicine is referenced from Bhaishajyaratnavali, and is indicated in Arsha rogadhikar. This medicine is useful in the treatment of piles.
The principal ingredient of this medicine is Semecarpus anacardium (Family: Anacardiaceae). The common Ayurvedic name of this medicinal herb is Bhallata, Arushkara, Agnik and Agnimukha. It is a toxic herb which is used only after purification.
Here is given more about this medicine, such as indication/therapeutic uses, Key Ingredients and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Bhallatakadi Modaka
Bhallataka (Suddha Semecarpus anacardium) Fr. 1 part, Pathya (Haritak?) Terminalia chebula P. 1 part, Tila Sesamum indicum Sd. 1 part, Guda Jaggery 6 parts
Uses of Bhallatakadi Modaka
Pitta arsha or Ano recal growth due to Pitta dosha
The Dosage of Bhallatakadi Modaka
2-5 grams twice a day or as directed by physician. The Anupan (fluid vehicle or drink with medicine) for this medicine is Milk, Water.