Abha Guggulu is an ayurvedic herbal medication used for the treatment of bone and joint disorders. It can be used for the faster healing of fractures. It is also used to treat arthritis and osteoporosis.
Abha Guggulu is an ayurvedic medicine that helps in healing fractures and improves bone strength and density. It hastens the process of bone proliferative and enhances blood circulation to the bones. The enhanced blood circulation also improves the supply of nutrients to the bone, which accelerates bone regeneration.
It also improves appetite. It increases the bioavailability of nutrients from the food. These actions are attributed to its ingredients mainly black pepper, long pepper and dried ginger.
Due to the presence of Shuddha Guggulu, it also relieves pain and alleviates inflammation.
Abha Guggulu contains the following ingredients:
- Acacia Arabica – 1 Part
- Triphala Churna – 3 Parts
- Trikatu Churna – 3 Parts
- Shuddha Guggulu – 7 Parts
- Cow’s Ghee – Q.S.
How It Works
Abha Guggulu facilitates the repair of a fractured bone by stimulating the proliferative processes in the body. It also improves the appetite, and promotes the absorption of nutrients from the foods, thus supporting the bone healing.
It acts as a natural bone healing agent. It produces anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Its anti-osteoporotic and anti-arthritic effects can protect the bones against several diseases.
Things to Know
The preparation of Abha Guggulu involves adding Shuddha Guggulu in a mortar along with a small quantity of Ghee. It is mixed and grounded properly. Then, the fine powders of the other ingredients of Abha Guggul are added. The mixture is used to make tablets of 500 mg each.
Indications & Uses
- Bone Fractures
The recommended dosage of Abha Guggulu for adults is 1 to 2 grams a day. Children can be administered a dose of 250 mg to 1 gram a day. The maximum recommended dosage of this medication is 6 grams per day.
Directions for Use
Abha Guggulu should be taken in 2 or 3 equally divided doses every day. The doses can be taken twice a day after breakfast and dinner or thrice a day after breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is advisable to take the doses 1 hour after food. It should preferably be taken with warm milk or warm water.
Benefits & Effectiveness
Abha Guggulu acts on the bones and joints. It can be used in the management of fractures, osteoporosis, and osteoarthritis.
Abha Guggulu can be used to support the healing of the fractured bones. It produces an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect and reduces pain, inflammation, and swelling of the affected bones. It also increases appetite and thus, improves the absorption of nutrients in the intestine. This ensures proper supply of nutrients to the injured part and allows it to heal faster.
It also improves the bone healing processes and exerts an anti-analgesic effect. It also improves the callus formation and promotes the fracture healing. (1)
Abha Guggulu can be used in the management of osteoporosis. Mukta Shukti Pishti and other herbs present in this ayurvedic medication produce an anti-osteoporotic effect. This helps to increase the density of the bones and strengthens them. It prevents osteoporosis by increasing the bone mineral density.
Its stimulatory effect on the digestive tract results in the better absorption of essential minerals like calcium that are needed to maintain the health of the bones. It makes the bones stronger and prevents osteoporosis. This effect of Abha Guggul is beneficial for the patients who are at a higher risk of developing fractures due to the weak bones such as the postmenopausal women. (2)
Abha Guggulu can be used for treating joint diseases like osteoarthritis. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of this medication help to prevent inflammation in the bones. It can also help to reduce pain and stiffness in the joints and increases the joint mobility. It allows for the painless movements and improves the quality of patients’ life. (3)
Safety & Toxicology
Abha Guggulu is safe when used as recommended. It is not known to produce any toxic effects.
Overdose Side Effects
An overdose of Abha Guggulu may cause gastric irritation.