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Dashmula Kwath is polyherbal Ayurvedic decoction containing Dash Mula or ten roots. This decoction has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and pain-relieving properties. It balances deranged vata and kapha.
Dashmoola kwath is also given for treating post-delivery disorders. It is a very useful medicine for treating excessive thirst, anaemia, pain in pelvic region, pain in body, low appetite, and fever that occur after delivery.
Here is given more about Dashmoola Kwath/Kwatham or Kashay such as indication/therapeutic uses, Key Ingredients and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Dashmoola Kwath
Aegle marmelos (Bilwa), Premnain tegrifolia (Agnimantha), Oroxylum indicum (Shyonaka), Stereospermum suaveolens (Patla), Gmelina arborea (Kashmiri), Desmodium indicum (Shaliparni), Urari alagopoides (Prishniparni), Solanum indicum (Brahati), Solanum xanthocarpum (Kantkari) and Tribulus terrestris ( Gokshura)
Uses of Dashmoola Kwath
- Aggravated Vata and kapha
- Asthma, fever
- Oedema, sciatica, arthritis, gout, backache
- Very useful for post-delivery problems in woman such as
- Weakness, low energy
- Low appetite, fever
- Pain in body, pain in pelvic region
- Low haemoglobin level
- Swelling in body
Dosage of Dashmoola Kwath
Dashmola kwath should be taken in dosage of 15 ml, with equal amount of water, twice a day. This decoction can also be prepared using Dashmula churna. For decoction or kadha preparation, 1 tola of Dashmul powder is boiled in 16 tola water, till volume reduces to 4 tola. This is filtered using thin cloth and given 2-3 times a day.