Information About Baidyanath Mahasudarshan Churna
Baidyanath Mahasudarshan Churna contains 49 Ayurvedic ingredients: Swertia chirata, Triphala, Haridra, Daruharidra, Kantakari, Brhati, Karcura, Sunthi, Marica, Pippali, Murva, Guduchi, Dhanvayasa, Katuka, Parpata, Musta, Trayamanag, Hrivera, Nimba (chhal), Puskara, Yasti, Kutaja, Yavani, Indrayava, Bharang, Sigru, Saurastri, Vaca, Tvak, Padmaka, Svetacandana, Ativisa, Bala, Salaparn, Prsniparni, Vidanga, Tagara, Citraka, Devadaru, Cavya, Patola, Lavanga, Vamsa, Kamala, Ashwagantha, Tejapatra, Jatiphala Sthauneya, Vidarikand, and kiratatikta.
- Swertia chirata promotes digestion in the body and acts as a laxative.
- Triphala protects the body from the threat of allergens and infections.
- Nimba cools down the body and relaxes the blood flow.
- Acute Fevers, Chronic Fevers, fever of unknown etiology, typhoid fever, loss of appetite (linked with fever), a headache (linked with fever), Body aches (linked with fever)& A cough (linked with fever)
- Common cold (initial stages when the discharge is watery).
The major key ingredients present in this medication are haldi, daruhaldi, kateri, and kachura. Here are the uses of each of these :
Ingredients : Swertia chirata, Uraria picta, inula racemosa, alum.
Baidyanath Mahasudarshan Churna has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties that help in treating fever symptoms. This also improves appetite functions and digestive processes within the body.
Direction for use: A person must consume 3 to 6 grams of Baidyanath churna two to three times a day. Ayurvedic medicine for fever can be consumed with water after meals.