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Kottakkal Chandraprabha Vatika

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Kottakkal Chandraprabha Vatika

Kottakkal Chandraprabha Vatika

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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. 

 

Benefits & Uses of Chandraprabha Vatika:

  • Chandraprabha Vatika (also known as Chandraprabha Gulika) is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of diabetes, dermatitis, bloating, low back pain, colds and coughs, difficulty urinating, respiratory, liver, spleen and urinary tract diseases, constipation, bronchitis, asthma, rhinitis, eczema and eye infections. It is truly a medicine-of-all-diseases!
  • It is used for piles, anaemia, fistula and indigestion. It also acts as an aphrodisiac, antimicrobial and antiaging remedy.
  • This Ayurvedic remedy balances all three of the Doshas. The word chandra refers to the moon because this herb is calming and cooling. Chandraprabha Vatika is often called Sarvaroga Pranashini, which translates into “useful in all disorders”.

Dosage & Side Effects:

  1. A common dosage recommendation is 1 - 2 tablets once or twice a day before or after food. An overdosage may cause a mild burning sensation in the abdomen. Keep out of reach of children and store in a cool, dry place.
  2. These herbal tablets can be used for a period of 2 - 3 months.
  3. There are no known side effects associated with this medicine, though people with high blood pressure should take this medicine only under the care of a certified physician since it contains salt.

Chandraprabha tablet-ingredients, how to make:

3 g fine powder of each of
Chandraprabha – Karpura – Camphor – Cinnamomum camphora
Vacha – Acorus calamus
Musta – Nut grass (root) – Cyperus rotundus
Bhunimba – The Creat (whole plant) – Andrographis paniculata
Amruta – Indian Tinospora (stem) – Tinospora cordifolia
Daruka – Himalayan cedar (bark) – Cedrus deodara
Haridra – Turmeric rhizome – Curcuma longa
Ativisha – Aconitum heterophyllum
Darvi – Tree Turmeric (stem) – Berberis aristata
Pippalimoola – Long pepper root – Piper longum
Chitraka – Lead Wort (root) – Plumbago zeylanica
Dhanyaka – Coriander – Coriandrum sativum
Haritaki – Chebulic Myrobalan fruit rind – Terminalia chebula
Vibhitaki – Belliric Myrobalan fruit rind – Terminalia bellirica
Amalaki – Indian gooseberry fruit – Emblica officinalis Gaertn.
Chavya – Java Long Pepper – Piper chaba
Vidanga – False black pepper – Embelia ribes
Gajapippali – Java Long Pepper (fruit) – Piper chaba
Shunti – Ginger Rhizome – Zingiber officinalis
Maricha – Black pepper – Piper nigrum
Pippali – Long pepper fruit – Piper longum
Makshika Dhatu Bhasma – Purified Copper Iron Sulphate
Yava Kshara – Kshara of Barley – Hordeum vulgare
Swarjika Kshara
Saindhava Lavana – Rock salt
Sauvarchala Lavana – Sochal salt
Vida Lavana – Vida salt

 

12 g fine powder of each of
Trivrit – Operculina turpethum
Danti – Baliospermum montanum
Patra – Cinnamomum tamala
Twak – Cinnamon – Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Ela – Cardamom – Elettaria cardamomum
Vamshalochana – bambusa bambos
Loha Bhasma – Iron Bhasma – 24 g

 

48 g fine powder of each of
Sita – Sugar
Shilajatu – Asphaltum – 96 g
Guggulu – Indian bedelium – Commiphora mukul – 96 g

 

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)