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REVIEW ARTICLE KASHMARI - A REVIEW

*Vd. Pravin Prakash Patil, Vd. Ranjeet Z. Patil, Vd. Laxmikant B. Patil and Vd. Yuvral Devane

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Gambhari is extensively used in Ayurveda. It is one of the five roots of Brihat Panchamula (five larger roots or stem bark of tree, Gmelina arborea, Aegle marmelos, Premna integrifolia, Oroxylum indicum and Stereospermum suaveolens). Brihat Panchamula is used in Ayurveda for chronic fever, high fever, rheumatic affections, haemorrhages, urinary tract infections, anuria, and dysuria. Gambhari is considered astringent, sweet and bitter. It alleviates phlegm and biliousness. The fruits are unctuous, heavy, cooling, astringent, brain Tonic, cardio Tonic, removes giddiness, acidity, urinary troubles, burning sensation of the body, wounds, wastage and troubles caused by Vata. The fruits are given in case of fever, excess pitta, burning sensation, excessive thirst, painful urination, and heart diseases. The fruits are promoter of good hair, rejuvenating and promoter of intellect. Roots are described as acrid, bitter, anthelmintic, galactagogue, laxative, stomachic, Tonic, useful in the burning sensation, dyspepsia, fever, hemorrhoids, hallucination, fever, indigestion, anasarca, etc.

Keywords: Dhashamool, dahaprashanam, sarivadi, bruhat panchamool, virochopag, prabhadradi, shothahara.


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