Agastiprash: Uses, Dose, Ingredients, Side Effects

Agastiprash is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Aushadhi Pharma. It is in paste/jam/leha form. It is a general tonic. 

Ingredients of Agastiprash:
Haritaki [Terminalia chebula]
Dasamoola – Group of 10 herbs.
Chandana [Santalum album] – Sandalwood is a coolant, very useful in gastritis, burning sensation in hands and feet. It is also a good ingredient to include in your juice mixes, in small amounts, of course.
Draksha [Vitis vinifera] – Raisins
Gokshura [Tribulus terrestris] – Tribulus is known as Gokshura in Ayurveda. It is an ancient herb, used since thousands of years for its immense medicinal qualities. Its botanical name is Tribulus terrestris. Tribulus, in modern day, is used for body building, to relieve diseases of uro-genital system and as an aphrodisiac. It belongs to Zygophyllaceae family.
Twak [Cinnamomum zeylanicum] – Cinnamon bark
Ela [Elettaria cardamomum] – Cardamom
Pippali [Piper longum] – Pippali – Long Pepper is a very unique spice. It has all qualities of a typical spice like useful in indigestion, asthma, cough etc. but it is also a very good aphrodisiac and anti aging spice. Consider this – Pleehamaye Pippali – For all spleen related disorders, Pippali – Long pepper fruit is the best.
Vamshalochana [Bambusa arundinacia]
Sharkara [Saccharum officinarum]

Indication of Agastiprash:

  • Chronic constipation
  • Loss of appetite
  • Flatulence

Dosage & Adjuvants of Agastiprash:
2-4 tsp at bed time with milk.

Side effects of Agastiprash:
There are no recorded side effects with this medicine.
This product is not suited for people with diabetes.
Over dosage may cause mild diarrhea.

Presentation & Package: Jar pack of 200 g
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