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Pusyanuga Churna (Important Gynaecological Medicine)

Ingredients

Each 1g contains:

Patha Cissampelos pareira 40mg
Daruharidra Berberis aristata 40mg
Jambulbeej Euginea jambolana 40mg
Amrabeej Mangifera indica 40mg
Pashanbhed Saxifraga ligulata 40mg
Lajjalu Mimosa pudica 40mg
Draksa Vitis vinifera 40mg
Nilotpal Nymphoea stellata 40mg
Yasthimadhu Glycyrrhiza glabra 40mg
Mocharas Salmelia malabarica 40mg
Dhatki Woodfordia floribunda 40mg
Sariva Hemidismus indica 40mg
Arjuna Terminalia arjuna 40mg
Lodhra Symplocos racemosa 40mg
Suvarnagairika Kaolinum 40mg
Katphal Myrica nagi 40mg
Shunthi Zingiber officinale 40mg
Chandan Santalum officinalis 40mg
Mustaka Cyperus rotundus 40mg
Bilvamool Aegle marmelos 40mg
Maricha Piper nigrum 40mg

Method of preparation

All the herbs are made into fine powder and mixed together to make a homogeneous  mixture (Bhaisajya Ratna-valı-: Strı-roga-dhika-ra).

ENERGETICS

  • Rasa (taste): Astringent, pungent, sweet, bitter
  • Vı-rya (energy): Warming
  • Vipa – ka (post-digestive effect): Pungent
  • Gun.a (quality): Light, dry
  • Dos.a effect: PKV−, V+ in excess
  • Dha-tu (tissue): Plasma, blood, muscle, reproductive
  • Srotas (channel): Female reproductive, circulatory, water

AYURVEDIC ACTION

  • Raktapittahara Alleviates bleeding disorders
  • Strı-rogaghna Alleviates gynaecological conditions
  • S´vetapradara Gynaecological pacifier
  • A -rtava s´amana Treats leucorrhoea
  • Stambhana Prevents leakage of fluids
  • Kas.a – ya Astringent

BIOMEDICAL ACTION

Haemostatic, vulnerary, uterine tonic, circulatory regulator, menstrual regulator, vasoconstrictor, alterative, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic

INDICATIONS

Gynaecology Pus yanuga is indicated for all female menstrual disorders involving congestion in the artava srotas (female reproductive channel). Conditions involving excessive bleeding such as metrorrhagia, fibroids and endometriosis are treated with this formula. Excess water stagnation with uterine tumours, ovarian cysts and leucorrhoea are dried up and reduced. Dysmenorrhoea due to high pitta and kapha is regulated as the obstruction causing the pain is removed. Menstrual irregularities such as mid-cycle bleeding and perimenopausal flooding are normalised. All inflammations and irritations, such as in thrush and vulvodynia, are treated.

Pregnancy With a restless fetus and mid-term bleeding pus yanuga is indicated. It is also of great benefit post-partum to astringe the uterus muscles and purify the stanya srotas (lactation channel).

Blood Conditions involving excess bleeding, especially from the bowel and urinary system, are astringed and rectified. It specifically focuses on rakta dhatu, and the reckless movement of blood flooding out of its channel is addressed by reducing the stagnation that is causing the overflow. The blood nourishing action of the herbs help to treat anaemia. As a vasoconstrictor it tonifies the capillaries and assists the relaxation–contraction cycle in the capillary beds.

Nerves Irritations of the nervous system causing pain and uterine spasms are soothed.

COMBINATIONS

  • Kañcanara guggulu with fibroids, endometriosis and fibroids.
  • Kai´sor guggulu with breast cysts and uterine tumours with heat signs.
  • Punarnavadi guggulu in leucorrhoea, water retention and swollen breasts.
  • Shatavari and ashwagandha for infertility and menstrual irregularity.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Constipation; very high vata.

DOSAGE

1–5g three times per day with rice water.

NOTES

  • This is a complex formula involving multiple actions. Astringents such as amrabija, arjuna, lodhra, bilvamool, kutaja, nilotpal and patha all hold blood in its proper channels and clear kapha congestion.
  • Cooling herbs such as sariva, chandan, daruharidra and yastimadhu help to clear pitta.
  • Menstrual regulators such as mustaka, lodhra, and patha help to normalise the cycle.
  • Antispasmodic vata-reducing herbs such as katphala, mustaka, yastimadhu, and sunthi help with pain and uterine tension.
  • Tonics such as sariva, draksa, yasthimadhu, arjuna and mustaka all help to nourish rasa and rakta, hence building the blood count.
  • It is known as pusyanuga as the plants in this formula should be collected when the moon is in the pus.ya constellation in December and January.
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2 Responses to “Pusyanuga Churna (Important Gynaecological Medicine)”

  1. August 8, 2011 at 5:01 am #

    very true.pushayanuga choornam also helps in treating the post-coital backache in females.it imparts strength to the”arthavaha shrotas” and normalises the function of apana vaayu

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