- Ayurvedic Herbs
- Raw Herbs
- Abresham | Bombyx Mori
Abresham | Bombyx Mori
Urdu: Abresham | Arabic: Abresham | Persian: Abresham | English: Raw Silk Cocoon | Hindi: Resham | Marathi: Reshmi-Chi-Keed | Sanskrit: Pat | Tamil: Putloo puchie
Abresham | Bombyx Mori - 100 Gram
300 180 40 % OFF
Abresham | Bombyx Mori - 250 Gram
750 450 40 % OFF
Abresham | Bombyx Mori - 500 Gram
1500 900 40 % OFF
Abresham | Bombyx Mori - 1 Kg
3000 1800 40 % OFF
This herb is used in various Unani formulations which are mainly used in the treatment of Cardiovascular and nervous disorders.
Forms in Which Abresham is Used
Ash: Abresham is burned and its ash is applied in the eyes with an eye pencil to improve eye sight and for the treatment of diseases like Dama, Jarab and Sulaq
Powder: Powder of Abresham is used for making various aphrodisiac majoon and habb. Its powder mixed with honey acts as an exhilarant when used on empty stomach
Decoction Sharbat (Syrup): Decoction of Abresham is used for making various cardiotonic syrups. Khamira: Khamira is the most commonly used dosage form in which decoction of Abresham is used.
Distillate (Araq) Various formulae of cardiotonic araq contain Abresham as an ingredient, e.g. Araq Amber
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