Shastric Medicines - GOLD Preparations

 

 

 

 

Monoatomic Gold is known and used in Ayurveda as a bhasma of Gold that passes the test of apunarbhavatva or ‘test of non-revivability’ It can be manufactured alchemically out of 24carat metallic gold. It also occurs naturally in volcanic soils, seawater and in minute amounts in the purple or violet skins of fruits and vegetables and some medicinal plants such as red grapes, eggplant and violets. Monoatomic gold was known and used in the Pharmacopoeia of Western Medieval Alchemy as ‘the retrograded calx of Gold that cannot be revivified’ [meaning it cannot be returned to the metallic state by conventional metallurgical processes].

 

S.No.

Name

Indications

Presentation

1

Bruhatvata Chintamani

Hyper tension, hemiplegia and nervous disorders

10 tablets, 100 tablets

2

Mahalakshmi Vilasa Rasa

Kasa, amavata, vajikarana

10 pills

3

Panchabana Kalpa

Spermatorrhoea, wasting diseases, impotency, anaemia and all tubercular conditions

10 pills

4

Purna Chandrodaya

Sexual stimulant, anaemia, chronic fever, premature aging and improves general tone of the heart, lungs and body

10 pills

5

Purna Chandrodaya with Anupana

 

20 tablets, 40 tablets

6

Siddhamaharadwaja

Sexual stimulant, impotency. It is having supportive role in the management of tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis and cardiac failure

1 gm

7

Siddhamaharadwaja with Anupana

 

20 pills, 40 pills

8

Suvarnamuktadi Gutika

Weakness, chest pain. Increases blood and general strength of the body

20 pills, 40 pills

9

Vasantha Kusumakara Rasa

Vitaliser and aphrodisiac. Useful in diabetes mellitus, loss of weight, nervous debility, spermatorrhoea, impotency, hysteria and menstrual disorders

10 pills

10

Vasanthakusumakara Rasa with Anupana

 

20 tablets, 40 tablets

11

Yogendra Rasa

 

8 tablets

 

 

 

 
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