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Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam

Manufactured by: Kairali Ayurvedic Products Pvt Ltd

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Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam

Manufactured by: Kairali Ayurvedic Products Pvt Ltd

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10 ml Tail/Thailam in 1 Bottle

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Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Information

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam is an ayurvedic medicine that is primarily used for the treatment of Rheumatic Disorder, Neuropathy, Peripheral. The key ingredients of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam are prasarini, Ashwagandha, Castor, Bala, Shatavari, Rasna, Punarnava, Patala, Brihati, Shalparni, Devdaru, Lodhra, Black Pepper, Vacha, Jatamansi, Manjishtha, Camphor, Milk, Rice, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Clove, Turmeric, Chir, Priyangu, Sandalwood, Ushira, Mulethi (Yashtimadhu), Mustaka (Nut Grass), Gokshura, Bael , Ginger, Haritaki, Baheda, Amla, Dill, Nagaramustaka, Lotus, Agnimantha. The properties of which have been shared below. The correct dosage of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

  1. Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Benefits
  2. Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Dosage
  3. Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Related Warnings

Ingredients of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam

Gokshura
  • Drugs which are used for the control of pain and do not lead to loss of consciousness

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents that are effective in increasing libido.

  • Agents that improve the erection of penis.

Amla
  • A drug or an agent that reduces pain without causing loss of consciousness.

  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • A substance or medicine which stimulates the growth of hairs.

  • Agents which help to lower body temperature by having cooling effects on the body.

Ashwagandha
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Substances that scavange the singlet oxygen molecules in the body.

  • A substance that has ability to intensify sexual desire.

Bael
  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Agents that relieve muscle spasms.

  • Agents which prevent the exhibition of an allergic response by the body.

Bala
  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

  • Medications used to reduce the symptoms and help in the management of rheumatoid arthritis.

Sandalwood
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Substances that are employed to avoid sepsis by destroying infectious microbes

  • A substance or preparation that constricts body tissue leading to reduction in the blood flow as well as other secretion.

Devdaru
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

  • A substance that is used to treat muscle spasm and muscle pain of voluntary and involuntary muscles.

Turmeric
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents used for the management of rheumaoid arthritis by avoiding its progress

  • Substances that scavange the singlet oxygen molecules in the body.

  • An agent or a substance that inhibits the manifestation of immediate hypersensitivity.

Haritaki
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Substances that scavange the singlet oxygen molecules in the body.

  • A substance or preparation that constricts body tissue leading to reduction in the blood flow as well as other secretion.

  • An agent or a drug that destroys fungi or inhibits fungal growth

  • Agents which prevent the exhibition of an allergic response by the body.

Jatamansi
  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Agents that inhibit fungal growth.

Nutmeg
  • Drugs which are used for the control of pain and do not lead to loss of consciousness

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Substances that scavange the singlet oxygen molecules in the body.

Camphor
  • Drugs that diminish pain without inducing unconsciousness

  • Agents used to inhibit microbial growth when applied topically

  • An agent that induces superficial inflammation of the skin to prevent the inflammation of deeper structures.

  • A medication for external use that produces redness and irritation of the skin by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood circulation.

  • Substances that are used to stimulate erection.

Clove
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Agents which help in reducing free radical activity and preventing oxidative stress and damage

Lodhra
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Substances that shrink body tissues and are used to reduce excessive bleeding or open skin pores.

Manjishtha
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

  • Agents effective against localised microbial growth

Black Pepper
  • Drugs that diminish pain without inducing unconsciousness

  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

  • Drugs used to treated muscle spasm and pain

Mustaka (Nut Grass)
  • A drug or an agent that reduces pain without causing loss of consciousness.

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Substances used for reducing or preventing spasms in voluntry or involuntry muscles.

  • Fragrant compounds that have a distinctive smell..

  • Agents that lead to constriction of blood vessels causing reduction of blood flow to the site.

Rasna
  • Drugs which are used for the control of pain and do not lead to loss of consciousness

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents that help to reduce muscle pain and have an effect on muscular contractions

Nagaramustaka
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Drugs which kill bacteria or inhibit their activities.

Liquorice
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • A substance that can inhibit the oxidising effect of free radicals in living cells.

Ginger
  • Drugs that diminish pain without inducing unconsciousness

  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Drugs, which help in reducing muscle pain and spas,

Cinnamon
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents which help in reducing free radical activity and preventing oxidative stress and damage

  • Drugs, which help in reducing muscle pain and spas,

  • Substances that lead to heightened sexual desires

Chir
  • Drugs which can lead to pain alleviation without having an effect on conscious levels

  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

Punarnava
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Drugs used to treated muscle spasm and pain

Agnimantha
  • Drugs which can lead to pain alleviation without having an effect on conscious levels

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

Patala
  • Drugs which can lead to pain alleviation without having an effect on conscious levels

  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

Shalparni
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Drugs, which help in reducing muscle pain and spas,

  • A substance that has ability to intensify sexual desire.

Brihati
  • Drugs which can lead to pain alleviation without having an effect on conscious levels

  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

  • Drugs, which help in reducing muscle pain and spas,

  • Substances that improve sexual desires

  • Agents that lead to constriction of blood vessels causing reduction of blood flow to the site.

Castor
  • A drug or an agent that reduces pain without causing loss of consciousness.

  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Drugs used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, an inflammatory diseasese affecting the joints.

Shatavari
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • A substance that has ability to intensify sexual desire.

Milk
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

Dill
  • Plant based compounds that are non-toxic and help regularise overall body functions

  • A drug or an agent that reduces pain without causing loss of consciousness.

  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • A substance that can inhibit the oxidising effect of free radicals in living cells.

  • Substances used for reducing or preventing spasms in voluntry or involuntry muscles.

Ushira
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents used for the management of rheumaoid arthritis by avoiding its progress

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Substances that are employed to avoid sepsis by destroying infectious microbes

  • Agents that lead to constriction of blood vessels causing reduction of blood flow to the site.

Vacha
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Drugs useful in the management of depressive symptoms.

  • Drugs that are used for their actions on the nervous system and are used to calm down excited nerves

  • Class of drugs which are helpful in the management of insomnia due to their calming and soothing effects on the body causing the induction of sleep.

Baheda
  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

  • Substances that arrest the growth of fungus or that kill fungi.

  • A medicine or an agent which destroyes or suppresses the growth of bacteria.

  • Drugs used to eliminate microbial pathogens or inhibit their growth.

Lotus
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

  • Substances that improve skin moisturisation causing it to soften.

  • Drugs used for the treatment of fungal infections to destroy the pathogenic fungus.

  • Drugs that are effective in killing or reducing the growth of bacteria.

Cardamom
  • Substances used for reducing or preventing spasms in voluntry or involuntry muscles.

  • Substances with a strong fragrance

Priyangu
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Drugs, which help in reducing muscle pain and spas,

  • Compounds that reduce the size of skin pores or that contracts body tissues.

  • Substances that arrest the growth of fungus or that kill fungi.

Prasarini
  • A drug or an agent that reduces pain without causing loss of consciousness.

  • Drugs useful in the management of rheumatoid arthritis by preventing its progression

  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

Rice
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • A substance that can inhibit the oxidising effect of free radicals in living cells.

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Benefits

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam is used to treat the following -

  1. Rheumatic Disorder Primary
  2. Neuropathy, Peripheral Primary

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Dosage

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Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Side Effects

No side effects of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam have been reported in the medical literature. However, you should always consult your doctor before using Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam.

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Related Warnings

  • Is the use of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam safe for pregnant women? Safe Pregnant women can take Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam without worrying about any side effects.

  • Is the use of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam safe during breastfeeding? Safe Breastfeeding women can use Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam without any worries about side effects.

  • Is the use of Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam safe for children? Safe Children can take Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam without worrying about side effects.

  • Does Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam cause drowsiness? No Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam will not make you feel sleepy or drowsy. So you may drive or operate machinery safely.

  • Is this Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam habit forming or addictive? No Chances of addiction to Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam are nil

How to use Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam?

General precautions for Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam

Kairali Maharajaprasarani Thailam Price and Pack Size

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This medicine data has been created by -
Dr. Braj Bhushan Ojha
BAMS, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Ayurveda, Sexology, Diabetology
10 Years of Experience

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