Mahayograj Guggul is a very famous and versatile Ayurvedic medicine in tablet form. This tablet has Guggulu (commiphora mukul) as its base. It is used in a number of diseases. It has potent rejuvenative action. It should always be taken under strict medical supervision.
Mahayogaraj Guggul benefits:
It is widely used in the Ayurvedic treatment of joint diseases, skin diseases, piles, sprue, diabetes, gout, fistula, bloating, emaciation, low digestion power, asthma, cold, cough, anorexia, male and female infertility.
Ayurveda practitioners also use this medicine for the treatment of
Correcting lipid levels, to lower LDL and triglycerides.
Joint pain, muscular pain associated with diabetes
Rarely used in
Menstrual disorders, menstrual cramps
Effect on Tridosha – Calms all the three Doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Mahayograja Guggulu dosage:
1 – 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day, before or after food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
Special co-drinks for MYG:
Based on the target disease, special co drinks are explained for mahayogaraja guggulu.
For Vata diseases like arthritis it is usually co prescribed with Rasnadi Kashayam
For Pitta imbalance diseases, it is administered with decoction of Kakolyadi group of herbs.
For kapha imbalance disease, it is administered with Aragwadhadi kashayam
For treating diabetes, it is used along with kashayam of Daruharidra – Berberis aristata.
For treating anemia, it is administered along with cow urine
For treating obesity, it is administered along with honey
For treating skin diseases, it is given along with neem decoction
For treating gout, it is given with Giloya – Tinospora cordifolia
For treating pain and inflammation, it is given with kashayam of long pepper.
For treating rat bite, it is given with kashayam of Patala – Stereospermum suaveolens
For treating eye diseases, it is given along with Triphala kashayam
For treating ascites, it is given along with Punarnavadi kashayam.
Mahayograj Guggul Side Effects:
There are no known side effects with this medicine.
This medicine is manufactured with herbal-processed heavy metal ingredients within the limits defined in traditional Ayurvedic text books. Hence it should only be taken under strict medical supervision.
Self medication with this medicine is discouraged.
Very high dose than prescribed may lead to stomach irritation.
How long does it take to start showing results?
Depends on the dosage and other products suggested with this. Usually 1 – 2 weeks time.
Can this product be taken along with Allopathic medicines (English medicines)?
It may react with some medicines. Consult your doctor for the right advice. When English and Ayurvedic medicines are advised together, it is best to take English medicine first, give a gap of half an hour and then take Ayurvedic medicines.
Can it be used in people with diabetes?
Yes. But an eye should be kept on the blood sugar level. Your doctor should help you in this regard. This product can reduce blood sugar levels.
It is sold in plastic bottles. Is it fine?
If the quality of the bottle material is very good, it should not be problem, if stored for a short period of time.
Can this be taken without consulting a doctor?
No. In many cases, this product alone might not work. More often this is given in combination with a few Ayurvedic medicines. Your Ayurveda practitioner will be the best judge to decide on those things.
Can one take non vegetarian food while taking this medicine?
Yes, unless your practitioner has asked to avoid it.
Is there any Pathya (diet rules to be followed while taking this product?
No product specific diet is mentioned. If the practitioner has advised diet control based on disease, one has to follow that.
Avoid excess spicy foods, junk foods, aerated drinks, frozen and canned foods
Can this be taken while taking multivitamin tablets?
Yes, generally. Your consulting doctor will be good judge on this topic.
Mahayograj Guggul Ingredients:
Ginger – 3 g
Long pepper – 3 g
Chavya – Piper cubeba – 3 g
Pippalimoola – Long pepper root – 3 g
Hingu – Asa foetia – 3 g
Chitraka – Plumbago zeylanica – 3 g
Ajamoda – Trachyspermum roxburghianum – 3 g
Sarshapa – Mustard – 3 g
Shwetajeeraka – Cuminum cyminum – 3 g
Krishnajeeraka – Carum carvi – 3 g
Renuka – Vitex agnus-castus – 3 g
Indrayava – Holarrhena antidysenterica – 3 g
Patha – Cyclea peltata / Cissampelos pariera – 3 g
Vidanga – Embelia ribes – 3 g
Gajapippali – Piper chaba – 3 g
Katuka – Picrorrihiza kurroa – 3 g
Ativisha – Aconitum heterophyllum – 3 g
Bharngi – Clerodendron serratum – 3 g
Vacha – Acorus calamus – 3 g
Murva – Marsdenia tenacissima – 3 g
Triphala – Haritaki – Terminalia chebula, Vibhitaki – Terminalia bellirica, Amla – Emblica officinalis 40 g each
Shuddha guggulu – Purified resin of Commiphora mukul 180 g
Vanga Bhasma – 48 g
Roupya Bhasma – 48 g – Calx of Silver
Naga Bhasma – 48 g
Loha Bhasma – 48 g – Calx of Iron
Abhraka Bhasma – 48 g – Calx of Mica
Mandura Bhasma – 48 g – Calx of Iron
Rasasindhura – 48 g
Mahayograj Guggul reference:
Sharangdhara Samhita madhyamakhanda 7/56-69
Mahayograj Guggulu DS tablet is the same medicine in double strength. Dose is usually 1 tablet 2 times a day after food.
Mahayograj guggulu, manufactured by Shree Baidynath Ayurved Bhawan Pvt. Ltd. was tested on albino rats for side effects for heavy metals. 40 Charles Foster strain albino rats were involved in the study. The study concluded that the product is safe in the prescribed dose. (1)
A standardization study was conducted on Mahayogaraja gulgulu. Results found that it contains
an average pH of 4.19, 35.04 % of water soluble extractive, 22 % of ether soluble extractive and 2.57 % of crude fiber. (2)