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Santhigiri Dadimashtaka Choornam



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Santhigiri Dadimashtaka Choornam

 

Dadimashtaka churna is a traditional Ayurvedic medicine used for gastro intestinal complaints like diarrhoea.  Churna refers to powder. This product is an herbal powder. The main ingredient of  Dadimashtaka is Pomegranate. 

Dadimashtaka Churna Ingredients: 
Vamsha (Bambusa bambos) –  10 grams
Cinnamon – 20 grams
Patra – Cinnamomum tamala leaves – 20 grams
Cardamom – 20 grams
Nagakesara – Mesua ferrea – 20 grams
Yavani – Trachyspermum ammi – 40 grams
Coriander – 40 grams
White cumin seed – 40 grams
Long pepper root – 40 grams
Ginger, pepper and long pepper – 40 grams. (These three together called as Triaktu)
Pomegranate – 40 grams
sugar – 80 grams

Dose – 5 – 10 grams once or twice a day, or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor is the adult dose.
In children below 5 years of age, it is administered in a dose of 1 – 2 grams once or twice a day, after food with water.
In children between 5 – 12 years of age, the dose is – 2 – 5 grams once or twice a day.

Dadimashtaka churnam uses
This herbal powder is used to correct indigestion and to treat malabsorption syndrome and diarrhoea.
It is also ideal for people who have to take the trouble of passing stools many times in a day.
It is also useful in respiratory conditions like cough.
Used to correct indigestion and to treat malabsorption syndrome, diarrhea and IBS.
It is also ideal for people who have to take the trouble of passing stools many times in a day.
It is also useful in respiratory conditions like cough.

Dadimashtaka choornam side effects – 
In higher doses, it may worsen gastritis in vulnerable people.
This product is not ideal for people with diabetes.

Reference of Dadimastak Churan:
Bhaishajya Ratnavali – A Traditional Ayurvedic Book.
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