Vastyamayantaka Ghrita is an Ayurvedic medicine, in herbal ghee form. This medicine has ghee as it is base. It is used for the preparatory procedures for Panchakarma and also as medicine, used in the treatment of diseases related to the urinary system. Vasti means urinary bladder. Amaya means disease. Hence this ghee is widely used for urinary system diseases. This formula is based on Kerala Ayurveda's principles.
Vasthyamayantaka Ghritam benefits:
- It is used as medicine and also in a preparatory procedure called snehakarma for the treatment of difficulty in urination, urinary calculi, and diabetes.
- It is a great cure for long-standing cases of gonorrhoea and blood discharge.
- Giddiness and swooning are relieved by this.
Vasthyamayantaka Ghritam Dosage:
As medicine – quarter to a half teaspoon with water, usually before food, once or twice a day, or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
For Panchakarma preparation – Snehana procedure, the dose depends on the disease status and the judgment of the Ayurvedic doctor.
Pathya: Hot items like chilies, tamarind, garlic, horse gram, and asafoetida are to be avoided. So also body movements. Sex should be subject to medical advice only. It will be better to take milk boiled with Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris) after the evening meal. Delay in meal times is to be avoided.
Adjuvants: Warm milk or decoction of Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris) or by itself.
Vastyamayantaka Ghrita Side Effects:
- There are no known side effects with this medicine.
- However, it is best to use this product under medical supervision.
- Self-medication with this medicine is discouraged.
- People with diabetes, high cholesterol, heart diseases, and high BP should excise precautions.
- In a very high dose, it may cause diarrhoea and indigestion.
Vastyamayantaka Ghrita Ingredients:
144 grams of each of
- Darvi – Berberis aristata
- Madhuka – Licorice
- Matsyakshi – Bacopa monnieri
- Padma – Nelumbium speciosum
- Pashanabheda – Aerva lanata
- Brihati – Solanum indicum
- Shalaparni – Desmodium gangeticum
- Prishnaparni – Uraria picta
- Sarvia – Hemidesmus indicus
- Ikshu – Sugarcane
- kasheru – Scirpus grossus
- Kapotapanka (Hapusha) – Juniperus communis
- Ikshuraka (Kokilaksha) – Asteracantha longifolia
- Vasuka – Adhatoda vasica
- Shigru – Moringa oleifera
- Hrivera – Pavonia indica
- Varahikanda – Tacca aspera
- Varuna – Crataeva nurvala
- Draksha – raisins
- Bhadra – greater cardamom
- Yashtimadhu – Licorice
- Palankasha – Guggulu
- Gokshura – Tribulus terrestris – 3.312 kg
- water for decoction – 49.152 liters
- boiled and reduced to 12.288 liters
- Ghrita – 1.536 kg
- Milk – 3.072 liters
- Shatavari juice – Asparagus racemosus – 3.072 liters
- Amla juice – 3.072 liters
- Bimbi – Coccinia indica – 3.072 liters
- Narikela – coconut water – 3.072 liters
- Kushmanda juice (Ash gourd) – 3.072 liters
- Ervaru jala (Cucumis melo) – 3.072 liters
- 4.92 grams of each of
- Parushaka – Phoenix pusilla
Utpala, Truti, Madhuka, Hima, Daru, Chandana, Triphala, Pippali, Renuka, Shunti, Saindhava, Gajapippali, Apamarga, kamala, Manjishta, Musta, Dhanyaka, Lodhra, Punarnava, Ashwagandha, Atamgupta, Kokilaksha, Kulattha, karkatashrungi and Shilajatu.
The above combination is heated until herbal ghee is prepared.