Kamdev Ghrita is a polyherbal Ayurvedic medicated Ghee. The main ingredient of this Ghee is Ashwagandha and Gokhru. This medicine also contains other medicinal herbs along with Kevanch. Kamdev Ghrita has aphrodisiac action and it improves potency and fertility. It cures impotence due to nerves weakness. It is nutritious and helps to improves strength and overall health. Kamdev Ghrita is also useful in bleeding disorder (abnormal bleeding from nose, vagina etc.), Vata-rakt, anemia, hoarseness of voice, painful urination etc.
Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition and dosage.
Ingredients of Kamdev Ghrita
Ashwagandha, Gokhru, Bariyara, Giloy, Sariban, Vidarikand, Shatavar, Sonth, Gadhaporna, Pipal, Gambhari Ke Phool, Kamgatta, Urad, Cow’s Ghee, Ganne Ka Ras, Meda, Mahameda, Jivak, Rishabhak, Kakoli, Kshirkakoli, Riddhi, Vriddhi Kuth, Padmakh, Lal Chandan, Tejpaat, Choti Pipal, Munakka, Kevanch Beej, Neel Kamal, Nagkeshar, Anantmula, Bariyara, Mishri
Benefits of Kamdev Ghrita
- It has aphrodisiac action.
- It cures nerves weakness and impotence.
- It improves sperm count.
- It is very nutritious.
- It is good for heart.
- It cures internal dryness.
- It improves weight, luster, and digestion.
- It gives relief from constipation.
- It gives strength to brain, nerves, eyes, rectum and other body organs.
- It balance Pitta and Vata disorder.
- It nourishes gastrointestinal mucosa, lubricates it, enhances the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and strengthens the colonic flora of useful microbes.
Uses of Kamdev Ghrita
This medicated Ghee helps to improve vigour and strength. It is a ghee, therefore regular intake of it increases weight.
- Improves libido
- Bleeding disorder
- Hoarseness of voice
- Impotence due to nerves weakness
- Painful urination
- Rib pain
- Low weight
Dosage of Kamdev Ghrita
6-12 gram twice a day mixed with equal amount of Mishri and milk or lukewarm water.
Please note, the doses of Ayurvedic medicines are not fixed. Exact dose depends on the age, strength, digestive power of the patient, the nature of the illness, the state of the viscera and humours, and the properties of individual drugs.
Ghrita should not be taken in many conditions including:
Digestive weakness, impaired digestion
Weakness of liver
Suffering from Whitish and foul smelling stool
People suffering from obesity, heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetics, high cholesterol should use this medicine with precaution.