Dose of Anantamula in Medicine
They are generally used in combination with a number of other medicines. The following are a few illustrations. Take anantamula, root of Pavonia Odorata (bala), tubers of Cyperus rotundus (mustaka), ginger and the root of Picrorrhiza kurroa (katuki), equal parts in all 2 tolas and reduce them to a paste with water. This dose administered with warm water in the morning, is said to clear the bowels and relieve fever.
A decoction of the roots of colocynth, anantamula, sariva and Hedyotis biflora (parparta), prepared in the usual way, is administered with the addition of powdered long pepper and bdellium in chronic skin diseases, syphilis, elephantiasis, loss of sensation and hemiplegia.
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