All rights reserved.
Description:Pravala Bhasma is an Ayurvedic medicine prepared from Coral. It is used in Ayurvedic treatment of cough, asthma, bleeding disorders etc. This medicine should only be taken strictly under medical supervision.
Pravala Bhasma Uses:
It is used in treatment of eye disorders, pthisis, chronic respiratory diseases, cough, cold, bleeding disorders such as nasal bleeding, bleeding hemorrhoids, menorrhagia etc, excessive sweating, night sweating, toxic conditions, painful micturition and leucorrhoea etc.
It improves digestive power, vision power, immunity and skin complexion.
Kanthikara – improves skin complexion and lustre
Mangalakara – auspicious
Balya – improves strength and immunity
Athi sweda hara – relieves excess sweating
Ratri sweda hara – useful in night sweating.
Indicated in –
Kshaya – depletion of body tissues, weight loss, tuberculosis
Raktapitta –Bleeding disorders such as nasal bleeding, heavy periods, etc
Kasa – cough, cold
Shwasa – asthma and chronic respiratory disorders
Deepana – improves digestion strength
Pachana – Digestive, relieves Ama Dosha
Visha – Toxic conditions, poisoning
Bhuta nashana – psychiatric disorders, mania
Vidradhi – Abscess
Netraroga – eye disorders
Doctors also use Praval Bhasam as
Natural calcium supplement
As a coolant medicine to relieve all types of burning sensation
Excess sweating in children
Hair fall, less hair growth, split hairs, rough hair.
Pravala Bhasmam for excess sweating/ hyper-hydrosis:
Excessive sweating in children is usually due to High Pitta or due to calcium deficiency. Praval, being a good source of calcium and a Pitta calming medicine, is very useful in reducing sweating.
Praval Bhasma dosage:
How long to administer:
Usually it is administered for a period of 2 – 3 months time, based on doctor’s advice.
Pravala Bhasma side effects:
Pravala Bhasma preparation, ingredients, how to make:
Purified coral pieces are made into fine powder by grinding. It is further ground with aloe vera juice extract / Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus root) juice extract or Jayanti juice extract or cow milk, made into flat, disc shaped cakes, dried, and subjecter to 800 – 900 degree Celsius for 3 – 4 hours. This process is repeated for three times. Finally white coloured Bhasma (Coral calx) is obtained.
On click register, You accept Terms and Conditions (click to view)