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Top Ayurvedic Herbs That Work Wonders

Updated on February 23, 2010
Ayurveda - Ayu means life and ved means science so Ayurveda means science of life.
Ayurveda - Ayu means life and ved means science so Ayurveda means science of life.

As I mentioned in my previous hub, Benefits of Ayurveda, that Ayurvedic herbs have been popular in India since last 5000 years and evidence of its use can be confirmed by going through various Hindu purans and ancient Indian history books, I would like to tell you that even I am taking these medicinal herbs in form of tablets for the last 10 years or so for my kidney stone and irritable bowel syndrome and I have not seen any sign or symptom of both these problems for the last 10 years now. Not only me, but there are millions of people worldwide who have revealed these ancient secrets of Ayurveda and have taken this route of natural healing. Do you wonder why these people have got attached with this nature medicine? Some people would think because it has been used by thousands of people in India and it is mentioned history that’s why other countries have started using it but no, this is not the case. People have taken this route of natural healing with Ayurveda just because it has not side effects and they know that when they are consuming these herbs, they do not cause them any problems.

Benefits of Ayurvedic Herbs – Some Prominent Ayurvedic Medicines And Their Uses

Liv-52 DS For Treating Liver Disease

Liv-52 by Himalaya Healthcare is meant for people who regularly eat outside and drink one or more alcoholic drinks on a daily basis. If these people will consume 1 tablet in the morning before meals and 1 tablet in the evening before meals, their liver will get relieved of all the toxins and constipation and indigestion problems will go away. Their liver will work fine because this special Ayurvedic remedy contains Kasani or Cichorium intybus, Himsra or Capparis spinosa, Arjuna or Terminalia, and Kakamachi or Solanum nigrum. These four special herbs when combined together are famous for detoxifying the liver, preserving the liver’s overall health, treating constipation. Liv-52 Double Strength works wonders in patients having liver cirrhosis.

Dosage of LIV-52 DS

One tablet two times a day followed by a maintenance dose of one tablet once a day. In severe conditions of liver cirrhosis or jaundice, two tablets three times a day. If the liver gets overstimulated as evidenced by loose stools or diarrhea, the dosage can be reduced accordingly.

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Cystone For Treating Kidney Stones And Urinary Tract Infections

Cystone controls the substance that is responsible for stone formation, prevents formation and collection of lithogenic matters, and it even regulates the crystalloid colloid imbalance. Cystone stops the growth of stones by reducing stone forming matters like calcium hydroxyproline and oxalic acid. Cystone breaks the already formed renal stones or calculi. Cystone contains Shilapuspha or Didymocarpus pedicellata, Manjishtha or Rubia cordifolia, Pasanabheda or Saxifraga ligulata, Nagarmusta or Cyperus scariosus, Gojiha or Onosma bracteatum, Apamarga or Achyranthes aspera, and Sahadevi or Vernonia cinerea, purified Shilajeet, and Hajrul yahood bhasma. Other benefit of this Ayurvedic herb includes prevention of urinary tract infections that are associated with crystalluria and urinary or kidney stones. This wonder herb also prevents symptoms of burning and painful urinary conditions and helps in relieving spams caused by kidney stones.

Dosage of Cystone

  • · For crystalluria or urolithiasis: Two tablets two times a day
  • · For acute renal colic: Two tablets three times a day.
  • · For urinary tract infection: One tablet two times a day until infection resolves.

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Laxa Care For Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome And Constipation

Laxa Care works wonders in re-educating the bowel process assuring smooth evacuation of fecal matter thereby preventing electrolyte and fluid imbalance. This wonder herb promotes comfort but is a non-habit forming medicine. Laxa Care by Himalaya also heals pre and postsurgical conditions of piles and completely removes constipation problem from its root cause. Laxa Care contains Cassia Occidentalis, Indian Jalap, Ginger, and Chicory, that when combined together have been proven reliable in seven clinical trials.

Dosage of Laxa Care

Two capsules with warm water 1 hour before sleeping. You can increase the dose to 3 capsules a day in case of severe indigestion and constipation. Laxa Care is safe during pregnancy. This wonder herb is not habit forming and can be taken for a prolonged period as it does not have any side effects.

So there are double benefits with the use of Ayurvedic herbs. Do you want to know what they are? Read on… First of all, these medicines will not cause any side effects and will improve your health and secondly they come at a cheap price as compared to allopathic anti-inflammatories and antibiotics, which carry a lot of side effects and risks associated with long-term use, so remember that these ayurvedic herbs work wonders and will only improve your health and will not hurt your pocket.


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      Tilak Goswami 

      9 months ago

      Liked posts very much

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      bhatt sabzar hamid 

      7 years ago

      keep it up....

      proud of you @Himalaya

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      mdishaq shareef 

      8 years ago

      i came to know through tv programme on 01.03.2011 in astha channel regarding curved mistle teo regarding bone infection and strengthen the system of bone in human body

      by using the kashayam of trees

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      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks a lot for the link. Himalaya Liv-52 is readily available in Indian medicine stores. I bought one from a medicine store at Manali Mall road as I was outside and I didn't want to take any risks with my liver. Liv-52 gets our liver rid of all hepatotoxins which we get when we consume food from outside.

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      9 years ago

      Thank you for this Very informative Post. We are direct resellers of Himalaya Liv 52 in Europe.Our website will provide a wealth of information, advice and recommendations on how you can improve your liver function using alternative medicines.


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      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thank you so much Mr. Pachuchu1977

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      9 years ago

      Nice post

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      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thank you so much ateenyi for this really motivational comment and feedback plus a good read of this hub.

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      9 years ago from Chicago

      Fabulous Hub!!!!!!

      The hub which is explicitly dedicated to Ayurvedic herbs is worth to read. The medicinal aspects of herbs are exclusively described by the author. Picture used is sparklingly beautiful. Thanks a lot for sharing so useful information.

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      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      @Veronica, you are absolutely correct. Herbs are useful and safe plus without side effects but then also why take a risk when we have Ayurvedic or herbal specialists available., Thanks a lot again for your new ideas. Your comments always inspire me to write more hubs. I will publish more hubs on Indian ayurvedic hubs with their uses and scientific names.

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      9 years ago

      After reading this I was wondering do Indian physicians recommend Ayurvedic herbs? Also, I know a pharmaceutical product that we used to use for cuts and abrasions contained Tumeric. It probably is not the only one - it would be interesting to find out the scientific names for many of the herbs. You could then cross-reference with things people buy at a chemist. Just an idea anyway.

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      Veronica Allen 

      9 years ago from Georgia

      Very good information Sonni. I'm a fan of herbs as long as they are used safely and under the supervision of a specialist. Thanks for sharing with us the benefits of ayurvedic herbs. We really need to go back to the earth and use the wonderful natural products it has for us.


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