Dose of Parpata in Medicine
Parpata enters into the composition of numerous febrifuge and tonic decoctions. The following is an example.
Panchabhadra: Take parpata, tubers of Cyperus rotundus (mustaka), gulancha, chiretta and ginger in equal parts, all 2 tolas and prepare a decoction in the usual way. This preparation is much used in fever supposed to be caused by deranged air and bile, that is, remittent fever with gastric irritability, nervousness, etc.
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