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Abhra Bhasmam

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‘Abhra’ is the  Sanskrit word of purified mica, and  ‘Bhasma’ is ash or finely powdered talc, the purification process is done by repeatedly burned and pulverised to increase the potency. The black verities of mica are mainly used to prepare medicines ( Krishnabhra and Vajrabhra). It is a product of mineral silicate found in the mountain areas of Andra Pradesh(Nellore) and Rajputana. 

For the process of  making Abhrabhasma, there are many of herbal plants are used, it is boiling in the decoction of Triphala and then lemon juice is used in scaling and then Spiny amaranth  is used, the burning process is repeated for hundred times, two hundred times, thousand times etc., to ensure the potency of medicine.

It is generally administered along with the decoction of-

Triphala Kashaya.

Ginger juice-Zingiber Officinalis (Juice).

Guduchi – Indian Tinospora.

Honey.

Ghee.

Abhra Bhasmam is generally prescribed for the treatment of:-

Anti-aging

Anaemia

Asthma

Ascites

Bleeding disorders

Bronchitis

Cough and cold

Fever

Helminthiasis

Infertility

Kapha disorders

Premature hair falling

Rejuvenation treatment

Skin diseases

Splenic disorders

Urinary problems

Note: Avoid self-medication, (Consult an Ayurveda practitioner before using this medicine)

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