Rasaut | Rasvat | Berberis aristata DC
Arabic Name : Ameerbaarees, Barbarees (Root), Zarashk, Zirishk (Berries) | Bengali Name : Rasanjan, Darhaldi, Daruhaldi | English Name : Indian Barberry | Gujarati Name : Rasvanti, Daruharidra | Hindi Name : Rasaut (Root Bark Extract), Darhald ... Read More
Rasaut | Rasvat | Berberis aristata DC - 500 Gram
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Rasaut | Rasvat | Berberis aristata DC - 100 Gram
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Rasaut | Rasvat | Berberis aristata DC - 250 Gram
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Rasaut | Rasvat | Berberis aristata DC - 1 Kg
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It is regarded as a bitter tonic and is apparently used as a alterative, antibacterial, antibilious, antiemetic, anti-inflammatory, antiperiodic, antiseptic, astringent, cholagogue, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypotensive, immune stimulant, laxative, purgative (large dose), refrigerant, sedative and stomachic.
The berries (Zarishk) are a source of vitamin C. In various metabolic processes, vitamin C increases immune system activity, stimulates iron absorption, and prevents scurvy. They are useful in biliousness, constipation (larger doses), dyspepsia, cough, fevers, hypertension, indigestion, liver malfunctions, jaundice, hepatitis, sore throat, spleen disorders and typhoid. The berberine in the berries have remarkable infection-fighting properties. Berberine may also fight infection by stimulating the immune system. Studies show that it activates macrophages, the white blood cells that devour harmful microorganisms.
The root bark extract (Rassaut) is alterative, antiperiodic, astringent, deobstruent, diaphoretic, febrifuge, laxative and tonic and is very useful in periodic neuralgia, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, haemorrhage, haemorrhoids and ulcers. It reduces blood pressure. It is as valuable as quinine in malarial fevers and as a blood purifier.
Recommended Dosage : Root Bark Extract : 500 mg to 3 g powder; Root : 3 to 5 g powder; Berries : 1 g powder.
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