Table of Contents
- 1 Patanjali Divya Gulkand Composition
- 2 Ayurvedic Action / Karma
- 3 Biomedical Action
- 4 Patanjali Divya Gulkand Health Benefits
- 5 Patanjali Divya Gulkand Therapeutic Uses
- 6 Patanjali Divya Gulkand Dosage
- 7 Side-effects of Patanjali Divya Gulkand
- 8 FAQs About Patanjali Divya Gulkand
Patanjali Divya Gulkand is Jam like sweet preparation suitable for everyone. It has cooling action and reduces heat inside body. It is consumed during summers to reduce heat related disorders such as epistaxis or nose bleed, excessive thirst, boils, acidity etc. Eating of Gulkand gives relief in skin irritation, urine and urinary infections, eye problems (irritation, swelling, watering in eyes), swelling caused by excessive sweating, skin infections, sunburn, constipation, acidity, blood impurities, irregular blood pressure. It is also useful in women disorders such as painful periods, white discharge, excess bleeding etc.
Gulkand is a traditional medicine from Rose petals. Gulkand is an Arabic word derived from Gul = Rose and Kand = Sugar. It is very delicious and give energy to body, has rejuvenating, cooling and antioxidant effects. It also gives relief in fatigue, lathery, muscular aches, biliousness itching, and heat-related conditions. Gulkand can be eaten as such or can be added to milk shakes, filling for cakes, pastries and Paan.
Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition and dosage.
- Manufacturer: Patanjali Ayurvedic Pvt. Ltd.
- Availability: Online and at medical stores
- Type of medicine: Classical Medicine
- Main Indication: Heat related and excessive Pitta related disorders
- Suitable for: Everyone
- Dosha Effect: Reduces Pitta
- MRP/Price: 400 gram @ Rs 52.00
Patanjali Divya Gulkand Composition
Ingredients present in this formulation are given below:
Know the Ingredients
- The petals from Damascus rose
Traditional Method of Preparation
Traditionally, Gulkand is prepared using following method:
- Rose petals of Damascus Rose variety flowers are used for Gulkand preparation. The petals are cleaned thoroughly to remove dust, pollen and nectar.
- The well dried Rose petals are put in wide-mouthed dry glass jar.
- The rose petals and sugar is arranged in separate layers, one above the other, to fill up the jar.
- The mouth of the jar is then covered using a fine cotton cloth and the jar is then kept in open sun for six hours.
- It is taken back indoors at evening and the contents are stirred and mildly mashed with a wooden ladle.
- The jar is kept in sun for about three weeks.
- The heat of the sun melts the sugar and removes the moisture and thus the Gulkand is Sun Cooked.
- In about three weeks, the content becomes thick, brownish, concentrated and jam-like.
- The content is then transferred into an airtight container and is kept in a cool and dry place.
- Though Gulkand is now ready, it is best used after two more weeks as it is observed that the essence of rose is felt more after about two weeks of storage.
Ayurvedic Action / Karma
- Anlomna: Anulomna means one which promote excretions and favour discharge
- Chakshushya: Good for eyes
- Hridaya: Affinity for the heart and benefits blood flow
- Medhya: Improves the intellect
- Raktapittahar: Cures bleeding
- Raktashodhak: Purifies the blood
- Rasayana: Rejuvenative, alternative tonics, prevent or remove the effects of age, increase the vigour of healthy persons and cure the ailments of the sick.
- Shukrala: Increases semen
- Tridoshahara: Corrects the imbalance of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
- Vajikarak: Aphrodisiac are medicines which increase the sexual power.
- Virechak: Laxative
- Vrishya: Increases sexual potency, the quantity of semen.
- Antacid: Gives relief in hyperacidity.
- Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
- Antioxidant: Neutralize the oxidant effect of free radicals and other substances.
- Antipyretic/antifebrile/febrifuge: Effective against fever.
- Antiscorbutic: Curing or preventing scurvy.
- Aphrodisiac: Stimulates sexual desire
- Cardiotonic: Tonic for heart.
- Hemostatic: Checking blood flow.
- Laxative: Tending to stimulate or facilitate evacuation of the bowels.
- Nutritive: Providing nourishment, nutritious.
- Ophthalmic: Pertaining to the eye.
- Tonic: Restore or improve health or well-being.
Patanjali Divya Gulkand Health Benefits
Due to detoxifying and blood purifying action, it is beneficial for skin such as suppurating skin conditions; eczema, psoriasis, urticaria, itching and irritation.
- It boosts immunity.
- It can help to alleviate PMS symptoms associated with irritability, emotional sensitivity and heat.
- It gives relief in leucorrhea and dysmenorrhea.
- It has antioxidant and rejuvenating action.
- It has aphrodisiac effect.
- It has calming effect on the emotions and the heart.
- It has powerful anti-oxidant action.
- It has refrigerant action.
- It helps in constipation.
- It helps in ulcers of mouth, stomach and intestines and inflammation, acidity, enteritis and heartburn.
- It is a mild laxative and gives relief in constipation.
- It is good blood purifier.
- It is nourishing and strengthening.
- It is rich in calcium.
- It pacifies Pitta.
- It protects body from the side-effects of summer heat.
- It reduces body heat, inflammation and bleeding.
- It relieves stress and fatigue.
- Its cooling quality can reduce symptoms of high pitta, red tongue tip, agitation, palpitations and headaches behind the eyes.
- It is useful in diarrhoea from heat.
Patanjali Divya Gulkand Therapeutic Uses
- Agitation, palpitations and headaches during summers
- Bleeding disorders /Raktapitta
- Burning sensation in body
- Cooling nourishing tonic
- Diseases of eyes
- Excessive menstrual bleeding, vaginal infections and inflammation
- High pitta
- Inflamed eyelids
- Inflammatory and bleeding conditions
- Low immunity
- Menopause with hot flushes
- Suppurating skin conditions, eczema, psoriasis, urticaria, itching and irritation
- Ulcers, inflammation, acidity, enteritis and heartburn
Patanjali Divya Gulkand Dosage
- The recommended dosage of medicine is 1-2 teaspoon.
- It should be taken once or twice a day.
- It can be taken during night with milk for constipation.
- It is to be taken with water.
- Or take as directed by doctor.
- It is cool in potency and works in case of excess Pitta and heat related disorders.
- It is balances Vata- Pitta and Kapha.
- If symptoms do not improve or worsen, consult doctor.
- Specific contraindications have not been identified.
- It should not be taken by diabetic person.
- Please maintain a gap of at least an hour between intake of any allopathic drug and Ayurvedic medicine to avoid drug interaction, if any.
- It may reduce the absorption of iron.
Side-effects of Patanjali Divya Gulkand
There are no known side-effects for this medicine.
Do check the list of ingredients and their contraindications to avoid any side effects.
- Store in a cool and dry place in tightly closed containers, protected from light and moisture.
- Keep bottle cap closed after every use.
FAQs About Patanjali Divya Gulkand
Is it safe to take Patanjali Divya Gulkand?
Yes, it is safe to take Patanjali Divya Gulkand.
What is the Chief Indication of Patanjali Divya Gulkand?
It is taken during Summer Season to protect against heat related disorders.
What is Effect on Vata-Pitta or Kapha?
Vata, Pitta and Kapha balancing.
Does it contain non-herbal ingredients?
How long can I take this medicine?
You may take it during summer season.
What is the Best time to take Patanjali Divya Gulkand?
It should be taken after meal. Try to take at same time daily.
Is Patanjali Divya Gulkand a habit-forming medicine?
Is it safe to drive while taking Patanjali Divya Gulkand?
Can I take it during periods?
Yes. It will helps to reduce symptoms of PMS and excess bleeding.
Can I take it during pregnancy?
It is cool in potency and can be taken.
Can a diabetic person take it?
Can I give it to children?
Yes. It is just like Jam.