The seeds of Lepidium Sativum, called ‘Chandra sura’ in Sanskrit, and ‘Halim’ in Hindi, are described as tonic and alterative, and useful in hiccup, diarrhoea and skin diseases from disordered blood. It is a very famous Ayurvedic herb. Its seeds are useful in and are used in bloating, irregular periods, estrogen deficiency, etc. It is also used for cooking as well.
It is said to be a very efficacious remedy in hiccup. Bhabaprakasa gives the following formula for hiccups; Halim seeds are macerated in 8 times their weight of water; when the seeds are softened they are rubbed in the water and the emulsion strained through a cloth. This emulsion is recommended to be given frequently in doses of about an ounce for the relief of obstinate hiccup.
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