In Ayurveda ATISAR (diarrhoea) and PRAVAHIKA (Commonly termed dysentery) are considered inter-related conditions. Atisar is a disease wherein watery stools are passed; the Api or “Jal Dhatu” diminishes the JATHARAGNI” (digestive fire) and gets activated by vitiated Doshas and passes out as watery stools.
Pravahika is a related condition in which stools pass in a lesser amount along with mucus (sometimes with blood also) but with increased frequency. Imbalanced Vata and Pitta doshas are the major causative factors.
Grahni is a letter stage of Atisar and Pravahika and may develop as an independent disease by itself. Several internal “KRIMIS” ( intestinal parasites / worms ) often complicate the condition where stools mixed with mucus, blood, foul smell, whitish froth is formed and is referred as “Krimij Grahni".
The various herbal ingredients in the formulation pacify and harmonise vitiated Doshas; correct disturbed Dhatus, tone up Agni, normalize functioning of digestive system and counteract parasite infection.
Ambimap for the treatment of diarrhea/dysenteries of various aetiologies is offered in tablet form
Indications for use of Maharishi Ayurveda Ambimap
Diarrhoeas, Dysenteries of varied aetiology and parasitic intestinal disease. Ambimap possesses multi-directional and multi-various approach to control and cure diarrhoeas/dysenteries.
Composition for Maharishi Ayurveda Ambimap
Psidium guajava (Amrood) - 40 mg
Woodfordia fruticosa (Dhatki) - 40 mg
Syzygium cumini (Jamun Leaf) - 40 mg
Syzygium cumini (Jamun Seed) - 40 mg
Eclipta alba (Bhringraj) - 40 mg
Aegle marmelos (Bael) - 60 mg
Bombax malabaricum (Mocharas) - 25 mg
Hordeum vulgare (Yavkshar) - 15 mg
Cyperus rotundus (Nagarmotha) - 20 mg
Shorea robusta (Safed Ral) - 20 mg
Piper nigrum (Kali Marich) - 20 mg
Piper longum (Pippali) - 20 mg
Aconitum heterophyllum (Atees) - 20 mg
Punica granatum (Anaar) - 50 mg
Trachyspermum ammi (Ajwain) - 50 mg
Dosage of Maharishi Ayurveda Ambimap
1-2 tablets (2-3) times a day with water or as directed by the Physician.