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Abhayarishta (Abhayarishtam) is most common medicine found in ayurvedic prescriptions. It is used for mild to moderate constipation, reducing hard stools in piles and anal fissures. It is also helpful in gas, flatulence, abdominal distension and dysuria. It increases appetite and improves digestion. Ingredients (Composition) INGREDIENTS QUANTITY USED FOR MAKING DECOCTION Decoction Ingredients: Haritaki –… Continue reading Abhayarishta

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CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA (CCC) CCC typically refers to mucin-producing adenocarcinomas that arise from the bile ducts. They are grouped by their anatomic site of origin as intrahepatic, hilar (central, ~65% of CCCs), and peripheral (or distal, ~30% of CCCs). They arise on the basis of cirrhosis, excepting primary biliary cirrhosis. Aetiology Although most CCCs have no obvious… Continue reading CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA (CCC)

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Musta can be used in Cushing syndrome

Musta can be used in Cushing syndrome ; • Stress-Reducing Effects: Physiological effects of herbal mixture with Cyperus rotundus L. on blood pressure, norepinephrine, cortisol and psychological variables in healthy medical students under examination: Herbal mixture that included CR seems to help reduce stress-related physiological and psychological symptoms. Anti-Obesity Effect: Study of C rotundus tubers… Continue reading Musta can be used in Cushing syndrome

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REVIEW OF AROGYAVARDHINI VATI Rasaratna samuchchaya Arogyavardhini vati is one of the herbo-mineral formulations explained in Rasa Ratna Samuchchaya. Rasa vagbhata explained this khalvirasayan in the context of Kushtha rogadhikara chapter no 28. At the end of the verses it is clear that this yoga is actually mentioned by Nagarjuna yogi. Even though there is… Continue reading REVIEW OF AROGYAVARDHINI VATI