Anthelmintic, S-Krumighana

Anthelmintic :   [S–   Krumighana   karma   or                                                                 Krimighna; H- Kire marne wali] Uses: Destroys and dispels worms, (round, tape, broad, and thread worms), parasites, fungus, yeast (e.g., candida). See vermicide, vermifuge. Váyu— in feces, Pitta in blood, Kapha in mucus. Cold Herbs: Pau d’arco, goldenseal, wormseed, wormwood Hot Herbs: Ajwan, cayenne,…

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Lithotriptic

Lithotriptic: Dissolves and prevents kidney, urinary and gall bladder stones (see diuretic;), nervine: nutritive, builds tissues   Herbs: Arjuna, ámalakí, arka, gokßhura, paähana bheda, punarnavá

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Vermicide: H- Kiremarnewali

Vermicide: [H- Kiremarnewali] that which kills intestinal worms (see anthelmintic) Vermifuge: [Kiremarnewali] Expels intestinal worms (but may not kill the worms). See an- thelmintic   Vulneraries: Astringent, demulcent, emollient PK– V+   Uses: Heals tissue via external use; cool as a plaster or poultice for cuts, wounds, burns, hem- orrhage….

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Refrigerant : S-Dahanaßhaka

Refrigerant :   [S–   Dahanaßhaka;  H–   Pias Bujhanewali]   Uses: Cools and reduces fevers; quenches thirst and suppresses unnatural body heat. Herbs: Aloe, chitrak, coriander, ginger, hibiscus, orange, lemon, licorice, musta, pippalí, sandal- wood, ¤hatávarí, cane sugar, vachá, viæa´ga

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Sialagogue: S- Lalavardhaka

Sialagogue: [S– Lalavardhaka; H–Ral-barhanewali Wa Thuk Barhanewali] Uses: Increases or produces saliva, either by local mouth irritation; causing reflex activity of the glands; (e.g., mustard, tobacco), or by exciting the glands during their elimination. Herbs: Arka, black pepper, chitrak, chiráyatá, gin- ger, licorice, pippalí

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Cholagogue: S- Mridubhedana

Cholagogue: [S- Mridubhedana; H- Halka Julab] Uses: For stimulating liver action, emptying the gall bladder, and promoting or increasing bile se- cretion or excretion; resulting in free purgation. Herbs: Arka, bh^i´garáj,  guæúchí, licorice, saf- flower, senna, and sesame

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