Mandoora Vatakam Benefits and Uses

Know how to treat anemia and liver diseases using Mandoora Vatakam. This is excellent Ayurvedic medicine made from natural herbal and mineral ingredients. Learn how to use, dosage and side effects of Mandoora Vatakam.

Mandoora Vatakam is a herbomineral Ayurvedic medicine. It is useful in the treatment of anemia, and the liver diseases. This medicine is a Mandoor Kalp. Mandura Kalpa are the Shodhita Mandura (iron) containing herbomineral formulations of Ayurveda. Mandura is the combination of Ferric Oxide (59.14%), Ferrous Oxide (26.7%), Chlorides (4.4%), Magnesium (3.9%), Sodium (1.7%), and few bother trace elements. For preparing Mandura Kalp, first Mandura is purified by as per Ayurveda. It is boiled in Gomutra till it becomes a paste. Then the powders mentioned in the yogas are added, and stirred well. While warm, Vatakas are prepared. This can be kept in powder form also. Mandura Kalp emit a strong smell of Gomutra, and are dark in color. These preserve their potency indefinitely. These should be kept away from moisture.

Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition, and dosage.

Ingredients of Mandoora Vatakam

  1. Tapya (Makshika) bhasma 1 Part
  2. Darvi (Daruharidra) (St.) 1 Part
  3. Chavya (St.) 1 Part
  4. Granthika (Pippalimula) (Rt.) 1 Part
  5. Devadaru (Ht. Wd.) 1 Part
  6. Nagara (Shunthi) (Rz.) 1 Part
  7. Marica (Fr.) 1 Part
  8. Pippali (Fr.) 1 Part
  9. Agni (Chitraka) (Rt.) 1 Part
  10. Vella (Vidanga) (Fr.) 1 Part
  11. Haritaki (P.) 1 Part
  12. Dhatri ( Amalaki) (P.) 1 Part
  13. Bibhitaka (P.) 1 Part
  14. Musta (Rz.) 1 Part
  15. Mandura bhasma 28 Parts
  16. Gomutra 336 Parts

Key Ingredients

Mandura Bhasma is an iron based preparation. It is used in the treatment of anemia, poor digestion, skin diseases, dyspepsia, jaundice, hepatic, and splenic disorders, jaundice, and edema. It detoxifies blood. It is a powerful hematinic, and tonic cures anemia.

Mandura Bhasma is also effective in kidney diseases, and presence of albumin in the urine (albuminuria).

Triphala is a combination of Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki, and used extensively in Ayurveda for the treatment of digestive diseases. It is a tonic for the whole body. It has been used in various gastric disorders including intestinal inflammation. It contains vitamin C, linoleic oil, phospholipids, and other important nutrients. It is a rich source of tannins, which is known to affect the integrity of mucus membrane. Tannins with their protein precipitating, and vasoconstriction effects could be advantageous in preventing ulcer development.It is a Rasayana drug, and used for detoxifying, and tonifying the body.

Triphala pacifies Vata-vikar, and cleanses the digestive tract. It aid to elimination, and purification. It tones, and strengthens the digestive tract, and promote regular, and complete the evacuation of the bowels. It helps with the digestion, and assimilation of food, improves blood circulation, and has anti-inflammatory properties.

It revitalizes the whole body by removing toxins, gas, and distension whilst a nourishing the nervous system. It is good for anemia, fatigue, candida, cancer, allergies, constipation, diarrhea, yeast infections, indigestion, and skin disorders.

Trikatu is a combination of dry ginger, black pepper, and long pepper (Sonth + Pippali + Kali Mirch). It is effective for burning ama (metabolic waste, and toxins) which is the prime cause of all disease. It supports better digestion, and cures constipation. Trikatu stimulates the liver to secrete bile which is vital for fat digestion, and absorption. It also balances Kapha.

Go-mutra is considered elixir of life, and used in the treatment of wide variety of diseases. Gomutra is the most effective natural remedy for the treatment of diseases. It has purifying action on the body. Its combination with iron, Triphala cures anemia/ pandu.

Motha is widely used in Ayurveda for the treatment of various diseases. This plant is also known as Purple nutsedge or nutgrass (English), Motha (Hindi) or Musta (Sanskrit). It is especially used as a cure for gastrointestinal, and joint ailments. It has anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antidiarrheal, antipyretic, and analgesic activities. It is appetizer (deepan), digestive stimulant (pachan), anthelmintic (krimighna), diuretic (mutra virecaniya), scarifying/reducer of corpulence (lekhanya), purifyer of plasma (rasa pachaniya), antisaturative (triptighna), antipruriginous (kandughna), galactopurificator (stanyashodana), thirst restraining, and (trishnagrahana).

Important Therapeutic Uses of Mandoora Vatakam

  1. Pandu (Anemia)
  2. Aruchi (Tastelessness)
  3. Shotha (Inflammation)
  4. Urustambha (Stiffness in thigh muscles)
  5. Prameha (Urinary disorders)
  6. Arsha (Hemorrhoids)
  7. Kushtha (Diseases of the skin)
  8. Ajirna (Dyspepsia)
  9. Kamala (Jaundice)
  10. Pliha Roga (Splenic disease)

The Dosage of Mandoora Vatakam

1 or 2 tablets twice a day or as directed by a physician.

The adjunct/ Anupan, which is an administered along with or just after the medicine to enhance its therapeutic action, for this medicine is Buttermilk, Honey.

Please note, the doses of Ayurvedic medicines are not fixed. The 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.

You can buy this medicine online or from medical stores.

This medicine is manufactured by AVN (MandooraVatakam), Nagarjuna (Mandoora Vatakam), AVP (MandooraVatakam), Bipha (Mandooravatakam Tablets), and many other Ayurvedic pharmacies.

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