It is used in the treatment of following conditions:
Kasa – cough,
cold Shwasa – Asthma,
COPD, wheezing, breathing difficulty
Shotha – inflammation
Arsha – haemorrhoids
Bhangandara – Fistula in ano
Hrit shoola – pain in cardiac region
Parshwashoola – Pain in flanks
Kukshi, Vasti, Guda ruja – Pain in abdomen, bladder region and anal region
Ashmari – Urinary calculi
Mutrakrichra – urinary retention, difficulty
Antravruddhi – Hernia (it helps to improve the strength of abdominal muscles and ligaments)
Krimi – worm infestation, infection
Anaha – bloating
Unmada – psychosis
Kushtani – in many skin diseases
Udarani – Ascites
Chira Jwara – chronic fever
Kshaya upahata chetasa – It is generally used in chronic disorders to relieve tiredness and tissue degeneration.
Nadivrana – Sinuses
Dushtavrana – infected wounds
Prameha – diabetes, urinary tract disorders
Shleepada – Elephantiasis
Sapta Vimsatika Guggulu dose
: 3 – 6 grams, in divided dose, once or twice a day, or as directed by physician. As per the textual reference, it is given along with honey.
Saptavishanti guggulu side effects:
It contains Kshara as ingredient, hence special care should be taken during long term use.
It is best to avoid this product in children, pregnant ladies and lactating mothers.
it is best to use this product under strict medical supervision.
Overdose may cause worsening of gastritis.
Store in a cool dry place.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.