|Sanskrit word “Dashamula” denotes, dasha – meaning ten and mula meaning roots. Ayurvedic scriptures quote the combination of the roots of ten plants to be beneficial to alleviate all three doshas, especially vata. Out of ten, the five roots are of the large trees, hence named “Brihad panchamula” and five roots of shrubs are called “Laghu panchamula”. The former alleviate vata and digest ama (toxins). Dashamularishta is benevolent in ailments like fever, asthma, cough, oedema, flatulence, distaste, low agni and vata diseases.
Dashmularishta is a unique combination of herbs that cools the body, and strengthens and nourishes the tissues. Its primary ingredients help to restore feminine hormone balance, calm the nerves, and sooth digestive and expulsory processes, and reduce inflamation. Wild Asparagus, or A. racemosus, encourages the production of milk in lactating mothers and is also a source of non-steroidal dietary estrogen useful during menopause and for women who have had hysterectomies. Several of these ingredients also support proper function of the liver and kidney, and act as a tonic to the digestive tract. They are used to treat conditions like dyspepsia, anorexia, indigestion, peptic ulcers, and many more digestive ailments. They increase the flow of digestive enzymes and relieve the pain from inflammation and excess gas by aiding in the expulsion of the fluids and gasses which cause such symptoms. In addition, several herbs are included to aid the circulation of blood and for the soothing of nerve tissue whose irritation can often complicate these conditions.
Ingredients: Asparagus racemosus, Desmodium gangeticum, Uraria lagopoides, Tribulus terrestris, Agele marmelos, Stereospermum suaveolens, Plumbago zeylanica, Inula racemosa, Symplocos racemosa, Tinospora cordfolia, Emblica officinalis, Acacia catechu, Terminalia chebula, Piper cubeba, santalum album, Myristica fragrans, Cinnamomum tamala, Piper longum, Embelia ribes.
Suggested Use: Take 4 spoonfuls twice daily