About Nripatiballabh Ras
Nripatiballabh Ras is a herbomineral-metallic Ayurvedic medicine. It is a Ras Aushadhi. Mercury is known as Rasa in Ayurveda and medicines that are prepared using purified mercury, purified Sulphur, Bhasma etc. are named as Ras Aushadhi (Mercurial Preparations). Para, Parad, Rasa or mercury is a heavy metal that remains liquid at room temperature. It is used in Ayurveda only after proper detoxification as per classical Ayurvedic texts. Parad is ingredient of numerous medicines due to its powerful medicinal properties. It balances Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Ras Aushadhi are fast acting. They nourishes whole body and has tonic, aphrodisiac, rejuvenative, anti-aging, wound-healer, and antimicrobial effect. The combination of mercury with other medicinal ingredients enhances the therapeutic efficacy of medicine due to Yogvahi property of Parad. In preparation of Ras Aushadhi/medicine first Kajjali is made from purified Parad and Gandhak. As these medicines contain heavy metals, it is better to take them as prescription drugs. Nripatiballabh Ras is indicated in treatment of Sangrahni/ Grahni roga. Grahni roga, is a condition in which Grahan Shakti or grasping power of intestine is lost. This causes malabsorption and the stool becomes loose and frothy. There can be pain in abdomen. In Ayurveda, to treat Grahni Roga, medicines are used which increases digestive power and assimilation.
Ingredients of Nripatiballabh Ras
- Rasa (Parada) shuddha
- Gandhaka shuddha
- Lauha bhasma
- Tamra Bhasma
- Abhraka bhasma
- Lauha bhasma
- Tanka shuddha (Tankana)
- Abda (Musta)
- Ela (Sukshmaila)
- Ajaji (shveta jiraka)
- Yamani (Yavani)
- Vishva (shunthi)
- Saindhava lavana
- Dhatri svarasa (Amalaki)
Indications of Nripatiballabh Ras
It is used in a wide variety of diseases ? Fever Skin Diseases Headache Heart Burn Malabsorption Syndrome Ascites Abdominal Lump Gastro-enteritis Ama Condition Splenomegaly Janudice Indigestion Prostatic Hyperplasia Liver Diseases Angina Pectoris Low Back Ache Sciatica Colicky Pain Pelivc Pain Constipation Cough Asthma Rheumatism Filariasis Edema Tumor Goitre Cervical Lymphdaenitis Dyspepsia Sciatica Helminthiasis Taeniasis Gout Fistula Syphilis Diarrhoea Haemorrhoids Urinary Disorders Chronic Fever Lassitude Laziness Vertigo Burning Sensation Rhinitis Urticaria Poisoning Bleeding Disorders Stiffness Of Thigh Muscles Dental Diseases Anorexia Thirst
Dosage of Nripatiballabh Ras
One or two tablets, once or twice a day, before or after food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor. It is traditionally administered along with black pepper powder.
Precautions of Nripatiballabh Ras
- Self medication with this medicine may prove to be dangerous, since it contains heavy metal ingredient.
- Take this medicine in precise dose and for limited period of time, as advised by doctor.
- Over-dosage may cause sever poisonous effect.
- It is best avoided in pregnancy, lactation and in children.
- Keep out of reach and sight of children.
- Store in a dry cool place.
Terms and Conditions
We have assumed that you have consulted a physician before purchasing this medicine and are not self medicating.