Punarnava Mandur (also spelled as Punarnava Mandoor) is an ayurvedic medicine containing iron content and useful in diseases such as anemia, breathing troubles due to anemia, phthisis, hepatitis, jaundice, abdominal distension, piles, chronic colitis, gout, Hyperuricemia, worm infestation and skin diseases.
Ø Punarnava (Spreading Hogweed)
Ø Nishoth (Trivrit or Turpeth)
Ø Sonth (dried ginger root)
Ø Kali Mirch (Black Pepper)
Ø Pippali (Long Pepper)
Ø Vaividang (False Black Pepper)
Ø Devdaru (Deodar Cedar or Himalayan Cedar)
Ø Chitrak root
Ø Kushta (Indian Costus Root)
Ø Haldi (Turmeric)
Ø Amla (Indian Gooseberry)
Ø Danti roots
Ø Chavya (Java Long Pepper)
Ø Piplamool (Long Pepper Roots)
Ø Mustak (Nut Grass)
Ø Kakra Singhi (Crab’s claw)
Ø Kala Jeera (Caraway)
Ø Ajwain (Carom Seeds)
Ø Mandur Bhasma
Ø Cow’s Urine
Benefits & Medicinal Uses
Punarnava Mandur is beneficial in liver and kidney diseases. It also helps to reduce edema (swelling) in legs, ankles, and feet that caused by heart diseases such as congestive heart failure. So, we can see its main indication is edema and ascites, which may occur due to any underlying cause related to heart, liver, and kidneys. Swelling also occurs in anemia, which is treatable with it.
Dosage & Administration
Ø The general dosage of Punarnava Mandur is as follows.
Ø Children 125 to 500 mg
Ø Adults 250 to 1000 mg
Ø Maximum Possible Dosage 4 grams Per Day (in divided doses)
Ø Twice a day with Gur (Jaggery), water or buttermilk
Ø Best Time to Take: After Food
Side Effects of Punarnava Mandur
There are no side effects reported with Punarnava Mandur.
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