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Description:Chandraprabha Vati is a tablet, used in Ayurvedic treatment of diabetes, diseases of urinary track, and many other disease conditions. It is widely used in Ayurvedic practice, across India.
Chandraprabha Vati uses:
Docors also use this for the treatment of
Prameha – Urinary tract disorders, diabetes
Mutrakrichra – dysuria, difficulty to pass urine
Mutraghata – urinary obstruction
Ashmari – urinary calculi
Vibandha – constipation
Anaha – bloating, gaseous distension of abdomen
Shoola – abdominal colic
Meha – urinary tract disorders, diabetes
Granthi – tumor, fibroid
Arbuda – cancer
Andavruddhi – orchitis
Pandu – Anemia, initial stages of liver disorders
Kamala – jaundice
Haleemaka – Liver cirrhosis
Antravruddhi – Hernia
Kati shoola – low back ache
Shwasa – asthma, respiratory disorders involving difficulty in breathing
Kasa – cold, cough
Vicharchika – eczema
Kushta – skin diseases
Arsha – Hemorrhoids
Kandu – itching
Pleehodara –splenomegaly, enlarged spleen
Bhagandhara – fistula in ano
Dantaroga – teeth disorders
Netraroga – eye disorders
Artavaruja – Painful periods, menorrhagia
Shukra Dosha – semen, sperm anomalies
Mandagni – low digestion strength
Aruchi – Anorexia, lack of interest in food
Balances Vata, Pitta and Kapha Dosha
Vrushya – aphrodisiac
Rasayani – anti aging, rejuvenative
Doctors also prescribe Chandrprabha bati for:
prostate enlargement (BPH)
High serum creatinine
Prostatitis, prostate inflammation, infection.
Chandraprabha Gulika dosage: (500 mg tablet) – 1 – 2 tablets 1 – 2 times a day, before or after food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
How long can Chandraprabha tablet be taken?
It is usually prescribed for a period of 1 – 2 months time, with gradual decrease in dosage.
Chandraprabha Bati side effects:
Chandraprabha tablet-ingredients, how to make:
3 g fine powder of each of
The name Chandraprabha is given due to –
Chandra refers to moon, this tablet is as calming and effective as the aura of moon.
With the word Chandraprabha, 3 herbs are considered.
Karpoora – Camphor – Cinnamomum camphora (as per Kashiram, Gudardha Deepika commentary on Sharangdhara Samhita). Camphor is the most commonly used ingredient.
Kapoor Kachur – Shati – Hedychium spicatum (as per Rasendra Sara Sangraha, by Kirhna Gopala Bhatta)
Bakuchi – Psoralea corylifolia (as per Vaidyaka Shabda Sindhu)
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