Baidyanath Punarnavadi Guggulu

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Punarnavadi Guggulu is traditionally used to remove excess kapha from the body. It's diuretic and demulcent properties work to reduce swelling and to soothe painful tissues. It improves fluid circulation, aiding in the removal of stones and toxins and restoring balance in the urinary and reproductive systems.

Punarnavadi Guggulu eliminates kapha, helps to reduce swelling of the joints and soothes painful tissues. It maintains proper fluid circulation, aiding in the elimination of urinary stones and toxins from the body. It is traditionally used for kapha imbalances such as obesity, urinary stones, water retention and kapha-type arthritis. In cases of kapha-type arthritis, the joints are stiff and swollen, and may feel cool to the touch. The pain is usually more prominent in the morning, and may be relieved with movement. Punarnavadi Guggulu is a traditional formula useful for releasing this excess kapha from the body.

Punarnavadi guggulu will assist in detoxifying the overburdened kidneys and in eliminating excess fluid. Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) is a well-established kidney tonic. This guggulu formulation contains beta-sitosterol which is helpful heart conditions, inflammations, and reduces all three doshas.

Benefits:

  • Balances fluid retention and swelling of the tissues
  • Reduces excess kapha in the system
  • Decreases risk factors that cause stone formation
  • Promotes elimination of toxins

Indications:

  1. Arthritis (kapha-type)
  2. Cysts
  3. Edema
  4. Fibrocystic breasts
  5. Excess body weight
  6. Swollen joints
  7. Urinary stones
  8. Water retention
  9. Rheumatism
  10. Sciatica
  11. Vataj diseases
  12. Reduces oedema.

Key Ingredients

Punarnawa, Dar Haldi, haritaki, Giloi , Guggulu Erand Mool, Saunth, Swarn Makshik Bhasma

Dosage

1 to 2 Tabs, with water or as directed by physician twice a day
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