Gokshuradi Guggul cures kidney and urinary tract infections (UTI) and other urinary problems like reduced urine formation or burning sensation or discomfort while urinating. It is made from a combination of herbs with diuretic and antibacterial properties. It flushes out the bacteria thus curing the problem at its root and provides soothing relief from discomfort. It stimulates the uterus, reduces menstrual problems, removes worms, etc.
Useful in renal calculi and urinary tract infection
Ø Nagarmotha (Root)
Ø Sounth (Rhizome)
Ø Kali Marich (Seed)
Ø Pippali (Fruit)
Ø Harad (Fruit)
Ø Baheda (Fruit)
Ø Amla (Fruit)
Ø Shudh Guggul
Ø Gokhru (Panchang)
Gokshuradi guggulu has following healing properties.
Ø Anti-hypertensive (due to its diuretic action)
Ø Muscle relaxant
Gokshuradi Guggulu Benefits & Uses
Gokshuradi guggulu benefits in kidney and urinary disorders. In addition to those benefits, it also acts as joint tonic and improves joint flexibility. It helps in formation of synovial fluids in osteoarthritis, so ayurvedic doctors commonly use it in knee pain and backache due to osteoarthritis. Here are some main health benefits and medicinal uses.
Gokshuradi guggulu may be a drug of choice in ayurveda for osteoarthritis. It improves synovia formation and acts as strengthening agent for weight bearing joints.
It acts slowly, but provides stable relief from pain. It may take up to one to three months to show realistic improvement in pain and joint flexibility.
Gout or raised uric acid level
Gokshuradi guggulu works on kidneys and improves acid excretion. However, it may not have effect on the formation of the uric acid. For improving action of Gokshuradi guggulu, you'll also require chandraprabha vati.
Kidney stones (Renal Calculi)
Gokshuradi guggulu has Antilithiasis property, which helps preventing formation of the kidney stones and helps breaking formed stone within the kidneys or tract. However, it works better when patient has symptoms like burning sensation and pain during urination.
Gokshuradi Guggulu Side Effects
Gokshuradi guggulu is POSSIBLY SAFE and WELL TOLERABLE in most patients, but the dosage shouldn't exceed from 6 grams per day. However, your doctor may recommend higher dosage 3 grams thrice a day, which may have following side effects.
Ø Loss of appetite (rare)
Ø Heartburn (very rare)
All side effects with Gokshuradi guggulu are rare.
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