Vrihat vangeshwar ras is an Ayurvedic medicine used in the treatment of diabetes and urinary disorders. This medicine contains more mineral ingredients along with fewer herbs. This medicine should only take as per the direction of a physician.
BENEFITS OF VRIHAT VANGESHWAR RAS
- This medicine is popularly used in the treatment of diabetes and urinary disorders.
- It provides body strength and complexion.
- Its antipyretic action effective in fever.
INDICATIONS OF VRIHAT VANGESHWAR RAS
- Prameha – Diabetes
- Bahu muthrata – frequent urination
- Muthraghata – urinary retention
- Pandu – anaemia
- Grahani – sprue, malabsorption
- Raktapitta – bleeding disorders
- Arochaka – anorexia
- Jwara – fever
INGREDIENTS OF VRIHAT VANGESHWAR RAS
|2||SWARNA BHASMA||bhasma of Gold||3 gm||promotes strength and vitality|
|3||VANGA BHASMA||bhasma of Tin||12gm||Provide body strength|
|4||ABHRAKA BHASMA||processed Biotite mica||12gm||Balances vata and pitta|
|5||MUKTA BHASMA||Bhasma of pearl||3 gm||Balances pitta|
|6||RAJATA BHASMA||bhasma of Silver||12gm||balances vata dosha, provide strength|
|7||KARPOORA||Camphor/ Cinnamomum camphora||12gm||aphrodisiac|
METHOD OF PREPARATION
Above drugs triturated with the juice of bhringaraja (Eclipta alba) and finally, tablets are made.
- Detoxification of Gandhaka – fried in ghee and dipped in cow’s milk repeated 7 times.
- Purification of vanga,swarna, rajat- Heated and immersed in sesame oil, buttermilk, cow’s urine, gruel and decoction of kulatha (Dolichos biflorus) in that order for seven days in each liquid.
- Purification of Abhraka – Heating and quenching in the decoction of Triphala or cow’s milk for 7 times.
DOSHA- DUSHYA PREDOMINANCE AND ROGA MARGA
- Dosha – This medicine is recommended for the treatment of all vata, pitta, kapha predominant diseases.
- Dushya- useful in diseases affecting rasa, mamsa , medo,majja, shukra dhatu – diabetes and Urinary disorders
- Roga marga – Useful in diseases affecting Madhyama roga marga – diabetes.
DOSAGE AND USAGE
125 mg to 250 mg once or twice a day after food along with goat’s milk or cow’s milk or curd or as directed by an Ayurveda physician.
EXERCISES AND YOGA
Yoga and Pranayama are a set of breathing and stretching exercises respectively, widely practised in the treatment of many diseases.
Nadi Shuddi Pranayam – for getting calmness to the mind provide overall health
The patient needs to be seated in a meditative posture with the head and spine erect, with the body relaxed. The patient has to close his one nostril (e.g. left nostril if using the right hand and vice versa) with the thumb and exhale completely through the other nostril. Again, he will have to breathe in deeply through the other nostril while the opposite nostril is still closed with the thumb.
RECOMMENDED DIET AND BEHAVIOUR
- Avoid food items that produce dosha imbalance like cold, more salty, sour, and dry food, hard to digest. Because dosha imbalance aggravates the symptoms.
- Consume easily digestible food items
- Avoid smoking, soft drinks, and alcohol.
- Avoid sugar-containing diet in patients with diabetes.
SIDE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
- This medicine should only take as per the direction of the physician.
- It is better to avoid by children, lactating women and during pregnancy
- Improper administration and overdosage leads to side effects
- Can this medicine be used while taking Allopathic medicines?
Seek your doctor’s advice if you are taking this medicine along with Allopathic medicines.
- How long the medicine can be used?
The duration of medicinal administration is based on your stage of the disease. Before taking medicine consult an Ayurvedic physician.
- Is this medicine habit forming?
This medicine is not habit-forming. After using for a prescribed period gradually decrease the dose and eventually stop it.
- Rasa chandamshu
- Rasendra sara sangraha
- Vasantha kusumakara ras
- Chandra prabha gulika
- Shukramatrika vati
- Analytical study of Vanga Bhasma
- Experimental Study of Vanga Bhasmas