Benefits of Rasna
Rasna root is said to be fragrant, bitter and useful in rheumatism and allied disorders, diseases of the abdomen, dyspepsia, bronchitis and inflammations, in which it is prescribed in a variety of forms.
Dose of Rasna in Medicine
Rasna enters into the composition of several medicated oils for external application in rheumatism and diseases of the nervous system, such as the Mahamasha Taila, Madhyama Narayana Taila, etc.
Rasnapanchaka: Take rasna, gulancha, devadaru, ginger and the root of the castor oil plant in equal parts, and prepare a decoction in the usual way. This is apparently a popular prescription for rheumatism, being mentioned by most writers.
Rasna Guggulu: 8 parts of rasna and 10 of bdellium are beaten into a uniform mass with clarified butter. Dose should be about a drachm, in sciatica.
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