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Anantmool also known as Hemidesmus indicus or Indian sarsaparilla is named so because its roots go deep in the ground.
It is named so as it also makes a fellow very stable that he can be said to have roots deep down in the ground. It corrects the working of the digestive system and ensures proper nutrition to every part of the body. It improves the quality and no. of sperms. It benefits in bleeding disorders and detoxifies the body.
Effect on Doshas: -It pacifies all the three Doshas so it is quite useful in diseases of Tridosha origin.
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- Anantmool nourishes and nurtures the whole digestive system. It alleviates loss of appetite, indigestion, diarrhea and dysentery.
- It is also good for the respiratory system; it alleviates cough and respiratory distress.
- It detoxifies the body and improves skin complexion.
- Anantmool pacifies the fire component of body and benefits in bleeding disorders. It is especially useful in excessive bleeding during menstrual cycle.
- It is recommended as a supplement in male infertility as it enhances both the no. and quality of sperms.
- As Anantmool corrects the digestive system and removes toxins; it is very useful in metabolic disorders like rheumatoid arthritis.
- It also works well in fever and alleviates the burning sensation.
- It is also a good blood purifier. It benefits in all diseases which originate from aggravation of Pitta and Blood.
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|Doses and Useful Parts|
Parts Used & Dosage:- Roots; Anantmool should be taken in dosage of 3-6 gm as powder and 50-100 ml as hot infusion.