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Kairali Manasamitram Gulika

Manufactured by: Kairali Ayurvedic Products Pvt Ltd

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189 people have bought this recently

Kairali Manasamitram Gulika

Manufactured by: Kairali Ayurvedic Products Pvt Ltd

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Kairali manasamitram gulika Information

Kairali manasamitram gulika is an ayurvedic medicine that is primarily used for the treatment of Depression, Anxiety, Epilepsy, Autism, Cerebral Palsy. The key ingredients of Kairali manasamitram gulika are puskarmul, Shankhpushpi, Vacha, Red sandalwood, Moti (Pearl calcium), Sandalwood, Lauh bhasma, Cinnamon, Pippali, Camphor, Cherry , Nirgundi, Rasna, Lotus, Kantakari, Triphala, Giloy, Ashwagandha, Turmeric, Ushira, Grape Seed, Mulethi (Yashtimadhu), Riddhi, Dube Grass, Tulsi, Saffron, Bael , Bala, Milk, Jeera. The properties of which have been shared below. The correct dosage of Kairali manasamitram gulika depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

  1. Kairali manasamitram gulika Benefits
  2. Kairali manasamitram gulika Related Warnings
  3. How to Take Kairali manasamitram gulika

Ingredients of Kairali manasamitram gulika

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

  • Agents that are effective in increasing libido.

  • Drugs which act on specific centres in the brain and help to induce sleep for the management of insomnia.

  • An agents or a substance that has a calming and soothing effect and is used for relieving anxiety, irritablity, and tension.

  • A medicine which is used to treat mood disorders such as mood swings and depression.

Bael
  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

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

  • A substance that eliminates excess gas from the stomach and intestines.

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

  • Substances that are used to expel infectious parasites from the body, usually the intestinal tract.

  • Substances that lead to heightened sexual desires

  • Drugs which help to treat a number of psychiatric illnesses.

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

  • Substances that improve sexual desires

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

Dube Grass
  • Drugs that diminish pain without inducing unconsciousness

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

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

Giloy
  • 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.

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

  • Drugs that stimulate appetite and are used in the treatment of anorexia and loss of appetite.

  • Drugs that improve the secretion of phlegm in the respiratory tract

  • Agents that provide symptomatic relief in case of an allergic response.

Turmeric
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

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

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

  • Agents which promote the secretion of phlegm from the respiratory tract

  • Substances that modulate the immune system and effect immunity.

  • Agents that provide symptomatic relief in case of an allergic response.

Jeera
  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

  • 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.

  • Drugs that help to eliminate excess gas from the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Agents that improve digestion and aid in food absorption.

  • Drugs useful in the management of hypertension.

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

  • A drug that induces numbness and kills pain when applied topically on a particuar area

  • An agent or a substance that produces superficial inflammation of the skin to reduce pain or inflammation of deeper structures.

  • Substances that aid in expelling phlegm or mucus from the lungs and airways.

  • Substances with vasodilator properties, which cause redness and irritation of the skin due to an increased blood flow.

  • Drugs that cause erection.

  • Agents that increase the production of sperms.

Kantakari
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Agents that relieve muscle spasms.

  • Drugs that supress allergic response by countering the action of histamine.

Rasna
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • Drugs that ease muscle spasms by relaxing skeletal muscles.

Liquorice
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

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

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

  • Substances that soothe the stomach and improve digestion.

  • Agents which promote the secretion of phlegm from the respiratory tract

  • Drugs that act on the immune system to modify immune response

Nirgundi
  • Topical drugs for pain reduction in a localised area

  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

  • A substance or drug which is used to bring down body temperature in case of fever.

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

  • Drugs or medications that improve the process of digestion and food absorption.

  • Agents that are used in fever treatment

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

  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

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

  • Agents that relieve muscle spasms.

  • Agents which improve the desire to eat

  • Substances that soothe the stomach and improve digestion.

  • Medicines that affect the brain and induce sleep.

  • Agents that have an effect on the immune system and help to alter immune function

  • Drugs which are effective in the managemnet of insomnia symptoms by having a calming and soothing effect on the body which aids in sleep induction.

  • Agents which stimulate the secretion of gastric juices.

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

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

  • Agents that relieve muscle spasms.

  • Substances that invigorate sex drive.

  • Agents that inhibit fungal growth.

  • A drug or an agent that kills microbes and inhibits their multiplication.

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

  • Drugs which are effective in reducing the symptoms of depression.

  • Drugs that calm nervous excitement.

  • Medicines that are used to inhibit or reduce the occurance of seizures.

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

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

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

  • Agents which are helpful against microbial growth and actions.

Tulsi
  • Drugs that diminish pain without inducing unconsciousness

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

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

  • Drugs that act on the immune system to modify immune response

  • Agents that provide symptomatic relief in case of an allergic response.

Ushira
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

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

  • Agents that are used to prevent the growth of or killing microorganisms.

  • Substances that invigorate sex drive.

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

  • Agents that act on the brain and calm the nerves

  • An agents or a substance that has a calming and soothing effect and is used for relieving anxiety, irritablity, and tension.

Vacha
  • 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.

  • Drugs which are used to relieve or treat mental depression.

  • Drugs that calm nervous excitement.

  • Drug that sooths or calms the nerves and induce sleep.

  • Drugs which help to manage seizures and are used in epileptic cases.

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

  • Medications administered to reduce viral growth and infections in the body.

  • Drugs which inhibit bacterial growth.

  • Medicine or a substance that reduces lipid concentration in the blood which is beneficial in decreasing cholestrol level and preventing heart diseases.

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

  • Drugs which are effective in reducing the symptoms of depression.

  • Drugs used in the treatment of convulsions or seizures.

  • Medicine or a substance that reduces lipid concentration in the blood which is beneficial in decreasing cholestrol level and preventing heart diseases.

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

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

  • Substances that soothe the stomach and improve digestion.

  • Substances that modulate the immune system and effect immunity.

  • Drugs used to treat high blood pressure.

Moti (Pearl calcium)
  • Drugs which are helpful in lowering down of body temperature during a fever

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

  • Drugs useful in soothing the mucous membrane, which is irritated or inflamed.

  • Drugs useful in the management of depressive symptoms.

  • Agents that reduce muscular contractions and help in relieving muscle pain

  • Agents that help in improving the pH levels of the stomach.

  • Drugs used in the treatment of convulsions or seizures.

  • Drugs used to treat high blood pressure.

Lauh bhasma
  • Drugs which are helpful in protecting the liver from infections and aid in improving its functions

  • Substances that induces the formation of haemoglobin and RBCs and are used for the treatment of anaemia.

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

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

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

  • Agents that relieve muscle spasms.

  • Agents that are effective in increasing libido.

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

puskarmul
  • Bioactive substances that help maintain body functions and promote homeostasis in conditions of stress and weakness.

  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

  • Drugs used in the treatment of asthma for the management of asthmatic episodes

  • 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.

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

  • Agents that provide symptomatic relief in case of an allergic response.

Cherry
  • Substances that are used to reduce pain

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

  • Agents or medicine that acts on the immune system to modulate immunity.

Riddhi
  • Agents that help to maintain a state of homeostasis in the body and regulate body functions during stress and weakness

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

  • Substances that lead to heightened sexual desires

  • Drugs that stimulate appetite and are used in the treatment of anorexia and loss of appetite.

Grape Seed
  • Substances that are used to improve and/or restore heart function.

  • Drugs which help to control lipid content and cholesterol levels in the body. They are employed for preventing cardiac disorders.

Kairali manasamitram gulika Benefits

Kairali manasamitram gulika is used to treat the following -

  1. Depression Primary
  2. Anxiety Primary
  3. Epilepsy Primary
  4. Autism Primary
  5. Cerebral Palsy Primary

Kairali manasamitram gulika Side Effects

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

Kairali manasamitram gulika Related Warnings

  • Is the use of Kairali manasamitram gulika safe for pregnant women? Unknown Side effects of Kairali manasamitram gulika during pregnancy are not known because scientific research on this topic hasn't been done.

  • Is the use of Kairali manasamitram gulika safe during breastfeeding? Unknown In the absence of any scientific study of side effects of Kairali manasamitram gulika for breastfeeding women, information on safety of Kairali manasamitram gulika is unavailable.

  • What is the effect of Kairali manasamitram gulika on the stomach? Safe You can take Kairali manasamitram gulika without any fear of damage to your stomach.

  • Is the use of Kairali manasamitram gulika safe for children? Unknown It is not known what effect Kairali manasamitram gulika will have on children, because no research work has been carried out on this till date.

  • Can I take Kairali manasamitram gulika with alcohol? Unknown Information about the interaction of Kairali manasamitram gulika and alcohol is not available because this topic has not been researched yet.

  • Does Kairali manasamitram gulika cause drowsiness? No It is safe to drive or work after taking Kairali manasamitram gulika as it does not make you drowsy.

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

How to Take Kairali manasamitram gulika

You can take Kairali manasamitram gulika with following:

  • Can I take Kairali manasamitram gulika with LukeWarm Water?There is no harm in having lukewarm water with Kairali manasamitram gulika.

Kairali manasamitram gulika 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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