Powder of a substance obtained by calcination is called Bhasma. The process of oxidation of the raw material by heat is regulated scientifically. The raw materials for manufacturing Bhasmas are subjected to test and analysis before processing. The 18 processes in Indian Chemistry namely Shodhan, Maran, Jaran, Tiryakptan, Urdhwapatan, Adhahpatan, Niyaman, Bodhan, etc. Are strictly followed while manufacturing different preparations under modern conditions.
USP: Most of the Bhasmas are tested for Safety and Toxicity.
General weakness, Chronic fever, Diabetes,
Respiratory ailments, restlessness…
An excellent Rasayana, rejuvenator, Improves physical strength…View More
Indication: An excellent Rasayana, rejuvenator, Improves physical strength…
Dose: 2 mg to 10 mg twice daily with butter or as advised by the physician.
Diet: Milk, butter, Rice and wheat.
Packing: 100 mg.
lauh bhasma vanaspatiyog
Anaemia, Jaundice, Swelling Weakness, Liver and Spleen enlargementty.View More
Anaemia, Jaundice,Oedema. Piles, Intestinal worms, Liver and spleen enlargement.View More
rajat chandi bhasma
Pitta vikar like burning sensation all over the
body, lack of concentration and retention.
Indigestion, Flatulence abdominal pain, vomiting, Diarrhoea, belching, gastritis…View More
Indication: Indigestion, Flatulence abdominal pain, vomiting, Diarrhoea, belching, gastritis and Hyper aciduty.
Dose: 120 to 240 mg
Diet: Light and easily digestible food.
Packing: 5gm and 10gm
vanga bhasma haritalen
Urinary tract diseases, frequent urination.
burning urination, Improves stamina and…