Mahayograj Guggul (Maha yograj Guggulu) is an ayurvedic medication used for the treatment of joint disorders. It is a herbal-mineral preparation that can improve the health of the joints and muscles. It can also be used to support the digestive functions.
- Triphala Powder – 17.24%
- Suddha Guggulu – 25.86%
- Dried ginger (Zingiber Officinale) – 0.43%
- Pipali (Piper Longum) – 0.43%
- Chitrak (Plumbago Zeylanica) – 0.43%
- Chavya (Piper Cubeba) – 0.43%
- Fried Hing (Asafoetida) – 0.43%
- Ajmod Celery Seeds (Apium Graveolens) – 0.43%
- Black Cumin – 0.43%
- Mustard seeds – 0.43%
- White Cumin – 0.43%
- Inderjo (Holarrhena Antidysenterica seeds) – 0.43%
- Nirgundi Seeds – 0.43%
- Patha (Cissampelos Pareira) – 0.43%
- Vidanga (Embelia Ribes) – 0.43%
- Kutki (Picrorhiza Kurroa) – 0.43%
- Gajpipal (Java Long Pepper) – 0.43%
- Atees or Ativisha (Aconitum Heterophyllum) – 0.43%
- Bharangi (Clerodendrum Serratum) – 0.43%
- Mustak (Cyperus Rotundus) – 0.43%
- Vacha (Acorus Calamus) – 0.43%
- Castor Oil (Erand Oil)
- Vang Bhasma – 6.89%
- Rajat Bhasma (Silver Calcined Particles) – 6.89%
- Naga Bhasma – 6.89%
- Loha Bhasma – 6.89%
- Mandur bhasma – 6.89%
- Abhrak Bhasma – 6.89%
- Ras Sindoor – 6.89%
HOW IT WORKS
Mahayograj Guggul produces an anti-rheumatic and anti-inflammatory effect. These properties of Mahayograj Guggul help in the management of joint disorders. It also acts as an analgesic and reduces pain in the joints and muscles. It also produces a muscle relaxant effect, which is beneficial for obtaining relief from muscle stiffness. The antispasmodic and carminative properties of this medicine help in managing digestive complaints.
THINGS TO KNOW
Mahayograj Guggul is fortified with Swarna Bhasma to prepare Swarna Mahayograj Guggul, which possesses all the benefits of Mahayograj Guggul. It is also used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmune disorders.
INDICATIONS & USES
- Backache with stiffness
- Muscular cramps
- Rheumatoid arthritis
The recommended dosage of Mahayograj Guggul for the treatment of acute pain is 1000 milligrams per day. Patients suffering from chronic pain disorders can take this medicine in a dose of 500 mg to 1000 milligrams per day. The doses can be taken with warm milk.
The maximum dosage of Mahayograj Guggul is 4 grams per day. Mahayograj Guggul contains Bhasma, which is made of heavy metals that can cause a few side effects. Hence, it should not be used for more than 60 days on a regular basis.
BENEFITS & EFFECTIVENESS
Mahayograj Guggul is used in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. It can also be used to treat digestive disturbances such as constipation and bloating.
Mahayograj Guggul can be used for the treatment of joint diseases like arthritis, low back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, and neck stiffness. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of this medicine help to relieve joint pains, redness, and swelling. It can reduce stiffness and pain in the muscles. The antispasmodic and muscle relaxant properties of this medication help to relieve the symptoms of fibromyalgia.
The use of Mahayograj Guggul is also beneficial for the patients suffering from gout. It produces an anti-inflammatory effect and reduces swelling and pain in the affected joints. It can also prevent the deposition of uric acid crystals in the joints thus providing relief from gout. (1)
Mahayograj Guggul can be used to obtain relief from the digestive disturbances such as constipation and flatulence. It produces a carminative action and relieves bloating and abdominal distension.
It also stimulates the movements of the intestine thus easing the passage of stools. The laxative properties of Mahayograj Guggul are useful for relieving constipation. (2)
SAFETY & TOXICOLOGY
The use of Mahayograj Guggul should be avoided by pregnant women as the minerals present in it can harm the developing baby. The higher potency of this medication can reduce the secretion of breast milk. Hence, lactating mothers should not use it.
Overdose Side Effects
The higher dose of Mahayograj Guggul can cause some side effects such as hyperacidity, gastritis, and renal impairment.