Shuddha Gandhak Amlasara

Shuddha Gandhak is a revered mineral compound in Ayurveda, traditionally known for its diverse range of health benefits. Carefully purified and prepared, this unique formulation holds potential for supporting various aspects of well-being and promoting internal balance. Ingredients 100% Shodhit Gandhak (purified suphur) Method of preparation Chemical Consituents Properties & Benefits of Shuddha Gandhak Shuddha…

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Shuddha Gandhak is a revered mineral compound in Ayurveda, traditionally known for its diverse range of health benefits. Carefully purified and prepared, this unique formulation holds potential for supporting various aspects of well-being and promoting internal balance.

Ingredients

100% Shodhit Gandhak (purified suphur)

Method of preparation

  • Heat Ghee in an iron vessel over a flame. Introduce an equal amount of small pieces of raw Amlasar Gandhak into the heated Ghee.
  • Once the Gandhak melts, carefully pour it into a bowl covered with a cotton cloth and filled with Cow milk.
  • This process results in the purification of the collected Gandhak.

Chemical Consituents

  • Shuddha Gandhak is prepared from Sulphur (S).

Properties & Benefits of Shuddha Gandhak

Shuddha Gandhak boasts a spectrum of therapeutic properties, making it a versatile component in traditional Ayurvedic medicine:

  • Enhances detoxification: Stimulates the liver and kidneys, aiding in the elimination of toxins and waste products, potentially improving overall health.
  • Boosts immunity: May support the body’s natural defense mechanisms against infections and illness.
  • Supports skin health: Traditionally used for addressing skin blemishes and improving complexion, although scientific evidence is limited.
  • Promotes respiratory health: May offer relief from congestion, coughs, and other respiratory issues, although further research is needed.
  • Supports digestive health: Studies suggest potential benefits for alleviating constipation and improving digestion, but more research is necessary.
  • Improves joint health: Certain Ayurvedic texts mention its potential for managing joint pain and inflammation, although scientific research is lacking.

Indications

  • Detoxification and purification
  • Allergies
  • Skin concerns like Psoriasis, eczema, acne and blemishes
  • Respiratory issues like cough and congestion
  • Digestive problems like constipation
  • Joint pain and inflammation
  • Cancer
  • Various Pittaj and Raktaj problems.

Recommended Dosage

  • Shuddha Gandhak is usually used as an ingredient in various Ayurvedic medicines.
  • The recommended dosage of Shuddha Gandhak may vary based on individual factors such as age, health condition, and the guidance of a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner. A general guideline is:
    • Adults: 250 mg to 500 mg twice a day after meals.
    • Children: Dosage to be determined by a doctor.

Contra Indications

  • Do not take Ayurvedic medicines containing Shuddha Gandhak without consulting an Ayurvedic doctor.
  • You must consult a doctor before using it if you are pregnant, lactating or having intestinal ulcerations.
  • If you have a history of sulpha drug reactions, please avoid using Gandhak containing medicines.
  • Always consult a doctor before using it for children.

Safety Precautions

  • Never use it without consulting a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner.
  • Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
  • Discontinue use immediately if you experience any adverse effects like tremors, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, skin rashes, or difficulty breathing.
  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Classical manufacturing reference

Ayurved Sar Sangrah

Availability

  • 10 gm
  • 25 gm
  • 250 gm
  • 500 gm
  • 1 Kg

Scientific Research References

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Shuddha Gandhak:

  1. What is Shuddha Gandhak?
    It is a purified form of sulfur, known for its diverse applications in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It undergoes a meticulous purification process to eliminate impurities.
  2. How is Shuddha Gandhak purified?
    It is purified by heating it in Ghee until melted and then pouring it into a bowl filled with Cow milk. This process ensures the removal of impurities, resulting in purified Gandhak.
  3. What are the properties of Shuddha Gandhak?
    It possesses antibacterial, antifungal, and detoxifying properties. It is often used to support skin health, respiratory function, and general detoxification.
  4. What are the indications for using Shuddha Gandhak?
    It is indicated for various health conditions, including skin disorders, respiratory issues, bacterial and fungal infections, and overall detoxification.
  5. How is Shuddha Gandhak consumed?
    The recommended dosage of Shuddha Gandhak may vary based on individual factors. Generally, it is taken after meals, with adults typically advised to take 125 mg to 500 mg twice a day.
  6. Are there any contraindications for using Shuddha Gandhak?
    It may not be suitable for everyone, hence expert’s advise is recommended before it’s usage.
  7. How long should one use Shuddha Gandhak?
    The duration of it’s usage can vary based on individual health conditions. It is advisable to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner for personalized guidance on the duration of use. Usually, Ayurvedic doctors prescribe it from 7 days to 3 months depending upon the chronicity of the disease.
  8. Can it be used topically for skin issues?
    Yes, it can be used topically for certain skin issues specially in Pitta dominance. However, it is essential to dilute it appropriately and seek professional advice before applying it to the skin.

Always consult with a qualified Ayurvedic doctor before incorporating Shuddha Gandhak into your wellness routine, especially if you have existing health conditions or are taking medications. For any help, please feel free to contact us.

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Packing

10 gm, 25 gm, 250 gm, 500 gm, 1 Kg

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