Majuphal also known as Quercus infectoria or Gall oak/ magic nut is very useful in bleeding disorders which range from simple bleeding from the gums to excessive bleeding during menstrual cycle in a female.
Majuphal is specially recommended in female reproductive disorders like extra growths and prolapsed of the uterus. It is also recommended as gargling for bad breath and gum problems.
-Majuphal pacifies the Kapha Pitta Doshas. Effect on Doshas:
Ayurvedic Pharmacology of Majuphal
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is used as a hair dye. Majuphal
is an astringent and wound healing, it stops bleeding from wounds. Majuphal
is used for gargling in pharyngitis and stomatitis. Majuphal
powder is used for application in rectal prolapsed, piles and wound. Majuphal’s
powder is also applied in excessive sweating. Majuphal
is a strong stool binder; so it is useful in diarrhea, dysentery, bleeding piles, bleeding diathesis, cough, polyuria, diabetes, pyuria and leucorrhoea. Majuphal
powder is used in leucorrhoea as vaginal suppository. Majuphal
In case of poisoning by strychnice, dhattura, aconite, morphine or antimony,
decoction is given repeatedly in large doses after a proper stomach wash. Majuphal
Best Recommended Uses
decoction is used for gargling in bad breath, loose and bleeding gums; and other dental problems. Majuphal
powder is used to stop bleeding in wounds and menorrhagia (excessive bleeding during menstrual cycle) Majuphal
Doses and Useful Parts
Parts Used & Dosage: - Powdered fruit like structure which is formed by the residing worm – Gall is used in the doses of 1-3 gms.