Jawarish Pudina Wilayti, 125 g, Hamdard

155.00

Hamdard Jawarish Pudina Wilayti is a compound Unani drug comes in semisolid form.The name Jawarish Pudina Wilayti due to its chief ingredient “Pudina”. This is very beneficial in gastric disorders and over heat of human body. This is used for liver disorders and nausea caused due to the liver and biliary problems.

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Hamdard Jawarish Pudina Wilayti is a compound Unani drug comes in semisolid form.The name Jawarish Pudina Wilayti due to its chief ingredient “Pudina”. This is very beneficial in gastric disorders and over heat of human body. This is used for liver disorders and nausea caused due to the liver and biliary problems.

Jawarish is a type of Majun. Its taste is some how better than Majun. It is a semisolid preparation. The word Jawarish is Arabic word made from Gawarish, means digestive. Its consistency is more liquid than Majun. Jawarish is specifically prepared for the digestive system. It acts slowly because its powder is coarser than Majun. It Improves the functions of stomach and liver, and stops the nausea, hiccups and vomiting. To prepare the drug, its ingredients are soaked in milk for at least a day. Later, they are thoroughly washed with water. Then the mixture is boiled in water, constantly stirring or rubbing with your hands, and the resulting liquid is filtered. Sugar is added at the very end to get a solution of a certain consistency. 

Active Ingredients:

Pudina Khushk – From boosting digestion to keeping your breath fresh for long, mint is packed with a number of benefits that make its more than just a mocktail, chutney or raita ingredient. Mint has very powerful antioxidant properties. The leaves can be juiced or made into a raita. Mint is excellent to manage blood sugar levels and treat skin conditions. In summers, one should particularly add mint to their diet. Mint is very cooling and aids in digestion and breathing disorders too. Mint is loaded with anti-inflammatory properties. It is a good relaxant and relieves congestion. 

Berg Sudab (Ruta Graveolens) – It stimulates the muscles of the uterus and promotes menstrual blood flow. It also strengthens the stomach, aids digestion and is useful in sluggish liver. The herb is also used to ease colic and reduce flatulence. The herb was prescribed in cases of vertigo and epilepsy in the 17th century. Rue is a herb with an ancient history. The genus name ‘Ruta’ comes from the Greek word ‘reuo’, to set free, showing its reputation as a freer from disease. Leaves are abortifacient, anthelmintic, antiepileptic, antiinflammatory, carminative, emetic, emmenagogue, expectorant, haemostatic, nervine, rubefacient and mildly stomachic. The herb is also considered antispasmodic, diuretic, resolvent and strongly stimulant. It is used as a stimulant to the nervous system and uterus. Useful in skin disorders, cramps in the bowel and hysteria. It is chiefly used to encourage the onset of menstruation and as a remedy for menstrual disorders such as PMS.

Zanjabeel (ginger) – Ginger has a very long history of use in various forms of traditional and alternative medicine. It’s been used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few of its purposes. Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger. It’s responsible for much of ginger’s medicinal properties. Gingerol has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, according to research. For instance, it may help reduce oxidative stress, which is the result of having an excess amount of free radicals in the body.

Zeera Safaid (Cuminum cyminum) – Cumin seeds contain naturally occurring substances that work as antioxidants. That means that these substances (called apigenin and luteolin) keep the tiny free radicals that attack healthy cells from being successful. Antioxidants help you feel healthier and more energetic, and they help keep your skin from looking aged. Traditional medicine practitioners have recommended cumin for the treatment of diarrhea for centuries. Western medicine is starting to catch on to this benefit of cumin. The oil extracted from cumin seeds has been used as an effective larvicide and antiseptic agent. The oil even kills strains of bacteria that are resistant to other antiseptics. 

Composition: every 5 g contains: Sweet rue (Ruta graviolens) – 98.17 mg, Boora armani (Boora armani/bole armoniac) – 24.43 mg, Ginger (Zingiber officinale) – 100.35 mg, cumin (Cuminum cyminum) – 80.72 mg, Common cumin (Carum carvi) – 163.61 mg, Black pepper (Piper nigrum) – 76.35 mg, Aloir/agarwood (aquilaria malaccensis) – 3.05 mg, Cardamom (elleteria cardamomum) – 3.05 mg, Black cardamom (Amomum subulatum) – 3.05 mg, Peppermint (Mentha piperita) – 3.05 mg, Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) – 3.05 mg, Nutmeg (Myristica fragans) – 3.05 mg, Clove tree (Eugenium carryophulus) – 3.05 mg, Common pomegranate (punica granatum) – 3.05 mg, Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) – 127.63 mg, Grapes (Vitis vinifera) – 127.63 mg, Cane sugar (Saccharum officinarum) – 3.185 g, Sirca desi (Sirca desi) – 0.20 ml, Peppermint (crystalline form) (Mentha piperita) – 4.36 Mg, Sharbat Zanjabeel (Sharbat Zanjabeel) – 0.48 ml, Lime (Citurs aurantifolia) – 0.22 ml; Preservatives (Preservatives): Sodium benzoate (Sodium benzoat).

Dosage:

5 grams to be taken in the morning and evening with water.

Recommended use:

 Usually recommended to people suffering from gastric disorders and liver disorders and nausea.

 

 

Characteristics

Formulation

  • Jam

Purpose of Ayurveda

  • Children’s health
  • Digestive system
  • Nausea, vomiting

Brands

  • Hamdard

Country of Origin

  • India

Additional information

Weight 0.151 kg

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