Rasayana therapy is recommended after the three stages of panchakarma are complete. The purpose is to rejuvenate and help balance all the saptadhatu (7 bodily tissues) after panchakarma therapy.
Gandhakaraja Rasayanam is an herbal preparation containing sulphur as the main ingredient. This product is recommended for use after a person undergoes a successful panchakarma or other cleansing modalities. This herbal preparation will help bring balance within the tissues and is useful for the following symptoms.
Overall, Gandhakaraja Rasayanam is a potent Ayurvedic herbal preparation that can provide a wide range of health benefits. It is always important to consult a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner before using any herbal preparation, as it may not be suitable for everyone.
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Arishtams and Asavams are medicinal herbs processed by fermentation. The process of making an Arishtam or Asavam is lengthy and begins by boiling dried herbs in water to extract the medicinal qualities of the herbs. This is called an herbal decoction.
Ayurveda, as well as other systems of Indian medicine use metals and minerals to support healing. The use of metals for healing is also amply described in Chinese and Egyptian medicines as far back as 2500 B.C.. Bhasmas are unique to Ayurveda and the use of metal and mineral preparations have been documented since the 7th century A.D.
The Ayurvedic text lists four types of fats with medicinal healing qualities. They are ghritam (ghee), oil (sesame), vasa (muscle), and majja (marrow). Each one has its own unique properties, however ghritam has several special qualities that are unmatched. Ghritam will maintain its own healing qualities even when combined with herbs with different qualities.