Manibhadra Guda – Uses, Ingredients, Side Effects And Dose

Manibhadra Guda is an effective Ayurvedic medicine. It is available in herbal jam or paste form. It is also known as manibhadra Gulam or Manibhadra Gud. Guda refers to jaggery. This medicine is prepared in jaggery base.

Manibhadra Guda uses: 
It is used in the treatment of skin diseases, leukoderma, bronchitis, cough, piles, intestinal worms, spleen related diseases.

Manibhadra Guda dose: 
3 – 6 grams once or two times a day before or after food, as advised by Ayurvedic doctor.

Manibhadra Guda side effects: 
Overdose may lead to purgation.
Special care is needed when it is administered to diabetics and children.
Usually not advised for pregnant and lactating mothers.

Manibhadra Guda ingredients: 
Vidanga – Embelia ribes – 48 grams
Amla – Emblica officinalis – 48 grams
Haritaki – Terminalia chebula – 48 grams
Trivrit – Operculina turpethum – 144 g
Jaggery – 576 g

Manibhadra Guda reference:
Ashtanga Hrudaya Chiktisa Sthana 19/ 31-32

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