Dose of Glory Lily in Medicine
One of its Sanskrit synonyms is Garbhaghatini or the drug that causes abortion. The root, powdered and reduced to a paste, is applied to the navel, supra-pubic region and vagina with the object of promoting labour pains. In retained placenta, a paste of root is applied to the palm and soles, while powdered nigella seeds and long pepper are given internally with wine. This root enters into the composition of some complex prescriptions for internal, use, as for example the Langali Gutika described in the Bhavaprakasa.
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