- Terminalia bellirica has a positive influence on digestion and intestinal peristalsis
- It promotes regular elimination
- Glycyrrhiza glabra has a beneficial effect on digestion and the intestinal mucosa of sensitive people
- It promotes immunity of the intestinal flora
- Foeniculum vulgare enhances the purification of the gastrointestinal tract
- It optimises intestinal activity and helps with flatulence
- Elettaria cardamomum calms the digestive and nervous system
Intestines & Elimination
Purishaprash is a purifying herbal jam that optimises the functioning of the large intestine, thus contributing to regular bowel movements. The disorders of the large intestine, are caused by improper diet, disturbed regeneration of the intestinal microflora, irritated intestinal mucosa and impurity of the colon as a result of toxic waste stagnation. This leads to digestive disorders, flatulence, constipation, hemorrhoids, abdominal colic, irritable colon, allergies, skin rashes, eczema or hives, mental irritability, dissatisfaction and negative thinking.
terminalia bellirica, glycyrrhiza glabra, foeniculum vulgare, elettaria cardamomum, emblica officinalis, terminalia chebula, vitis vinifera, cinnamomum zeylanicum, tinospora cordifolia, abies pectinata, piper longum, ghee (clarified butter), palm syrup
200 g of herbal jam
1 teaspoon (5g/teaspoon) 2 – 3x daily seperately or with a cup of lukewarm milk or water. To prepare a drink, mix 1 teaspoon (5g) in 8 fl oz (250 ml) of warm water.
Ayurvedic herbal elixirs enhance nutrition of the bodily tissues (dhatus) and purification of bodily systems (srotamsi). They are part of the rejuvenating and revitalising therapy for body and mind (rasajana). Traditionally they are used with a cup of warm milk or water, commonly used in the Ayurvedic medicine as a medium or environment (anupama) for preparation, use, direction and better assimilation of the health effects of the herbal supplements. Other mediums that increase therapeutic functioning of herbs (vehikula) include honey, cane or raw syrup, clarified butter (ghee) or oil.
We recommend using maximum of two herbal elixirs at the same time. More elixirs can be switched in a day or week period in case we use them for normalising common symptoms of distorted balance of body or mind. For their optimal effect use only one elixir at a time before meal allowing one-hour time gap. For more complex therapy for body and mind restoration, elixirs should be used for a longer period of the Ayurvedic treatments from 1 to 3 months following dosage indicated on the label. Specific taste of each elixir represents part of its therapeutic functioning and corresponds to the Ayurvedic properties of six tastes.
For its sattvic properties, the Ayurvedic medicinal system recognises lukewarm or boiled milk as a common ingredient of health recipes. It decreases the heat of Pitta dosha and calms down turbulent emotions. It is also a substantial nourishment and a healthy tonic for people with predominant Vata dosha. The milk enhances formation of life-force ojas which is the essence of the healthy immune system connected with efficient presence of Kapha dosha. People with sensitive digestion or slow metabolism can suffer from digestive disorders after milk consumption. Being such case, put a little of ginger, clove, cardamom, cinnamon or nutmeg into the milk for improvement of the digestive fire. Organic milk is always preferable.
Dietary supplement. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced diet. Store in a dry place under 25°C. Not convenient for children, pregnant and nursing women.
Country of origin: India