Piyushvalli Ras is herbomineral Ayurvedic medicine. This medicine is referenced from Bhaishajyaratnavali, and is indicated in Grahni rogadhikar. Piyush Valli Ras is an effective medicine for treating difficult to treat sprue, dysentery, and piles. It is a useful medicine for treating atisaar with mucus and blood. When taken with recommended Anupan Piyush Valli Ras, is also useful in Gulma, Anaemia, Low appetite, Burning sensation, Nausea and Vomiting.
Here is given more about Piyushvalli Ras such as indication/therapeutic uses, Key Ingredients and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Piyushvalli Ras
Equal amount of Each: Shudh (purified) Parad, Shudh Gandhak, Abrakh Bhasma, Raupya Bhasma, Loh Bhasma, Shudh Tankan, Rasanjan, Swarn-Makshik Bhasma
Jaatipatra, Yavani, Lavang, Shwet-Chandan, Musta, Patha, Jeerak, Dhanyak, Lajjalu, Ativisha, Lodhra, Kutaj, Indrajav, Twak, Jatiphal, Bilva Phal, Nimba Leaves, Shudh Dhattur Beej, Dadim Phal-Twak, Haritaki, Dhayati Pushp. Processed in Bhringraaj swaras for 7 days
Uses of Piyushvalli Ras
- Atisaar, Dysentery
- Malabsorption syndrome
- Impaired or weak digestion
- Excessive abdominal gas in dysentery
- Gulma, Gas, Pain/Colic, Piles
Dosage of Piyushvalli Ras
1-2 tablets should be taken in morning and evening. In Atisaar, piles and Sangrahni this medicine should be taken with roasted Bilva with equal amount of jaggery OR with roasted jeera and honey. In case of Gulma, Tilli, Kamala, this should be taken with Kumari ras. In case of Burning sensation, thirst, nausea, vomiting it should be taken with pomegranate juice.