Panchatikta Guggulu Ghrita is an Ayurvedic medicine, in herbal ghee form.This is also known as Guggulutiktaka ghrita.It is used for preparatory procedure for Panchakarma and also as medicine, mainly for skin diseases. Panchatikta refers to five bitter herbs, which are the main ingredients in this herbal ghee.
Benefits: It is widely used as medicine and also in preparatory procedure called snehakarma for the treatment of deep seated ulcers and abscess,sinus,asthma,rhinitis,cough and cold,cardiac diseases and gout.It is useful in cooling the inflamed part of the body,mostly due to aggrevated pitta.
Features of Panchatikta Guggulu Ghrita:
- It is antitoxin in nature and detoxifies the body.
- Its anti-pruritic and anti-inflammatory properties aid in soothing itching
- It is a potent blood purifier
- It shows neuroprotective actions.
- It has anti-rheumatic effects.
- It acts as an analgesic
- Its adaptogenic properties help in handling stress.
- Its antitumor and anticancer actions protect the body from this deadly disease.
- It has anti-mutagenic property.
- Its antitussive property aids in relieving cough.
- It shows anti-ulcerogenic characters.
- It has cardio-protective actions.
- It is carminative in nature.
- Its haematinic actions aids in increasing haemoglobin levels.
Ingredients in Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu act on bone, joints, muscles, skin, lymph glands, spine, intestine, nerves, bone marrow, anorectal tissue, heart, blood, lungs, and airways. Therefore, it is useful in diseases related to these organs. Mainly, it is anti-inflammatory, antitoxin, and antipruritic.
Panchatikta Guggulu Ghrita dosage:
The recommended dose is a quarter-to-half teaspoon of the medicine to be taken with warm water, usually before food, once or twice a day or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
Best Time to Take: On empty stomach in the morning & in Late afternoon or early evening (Don’t eat food 2 hours before and an hour after taking it)