Posted On : 08 August, 2020
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Prasarini oil is popularly used vata and kapha disorders, especially where there is pain and swelling involved. It is prescribed in nervous system disorders like stroke, hemiplegia, facial palsy etc. It promotes strengthening of the muscles and nerves and nourishes the degenerated tissues to enhance the rejuvenating process and heal the injuries.
प्रसारणीपलशतं मूलं चैवाश्वगन्धजम् । पञ्चाशत्पलमानं तुम जलद्रोणे विपाचयेत् ।। ३५५।।
पादशेषे हरेत्क्वाथं क्वाथांशं तिलतैलकम् । तैलाच्चतुर्गुणं क्षीरं गव्यं वा माहिषं तथा ।।३५६।।
पुण्डरीकरसस्तत्र शतावर्या रसस्तथा । तैलसमः प्रदातव्यः पाचयेन्मृदुवह्निना ।। ३५७।।
शतपुष्या कणा चैला कुष्ठं च कण्टकारिका । शुण्ठी यष्टी देवदारु शालपर्णी पुनर्नवा ।। ३५८।।
मञ्जिष्ठा पत्रकं रास्ना वचा पुष्करमूलकम् । यवानी भूतिकं मांसी निर्गुण्डी च तथा बला ।।३५९।।
वह्निर्गोक्षुरकं चैव मृणालं बहुपुत्रिका । प्रतिकर्षमितं भोज्यं सर्वमेकत्र पाचयेत् ।।३६०।।
तैलशेषं समुद्धृत्य पुष्पराजप्रसारणीम् । अभ्यङ्गे योजयेत्याने नस्यकर्मणि सर्वदा ।।३६१।।
भग्नानां खञ्जपङ्गेनां शिरोरोगे हनुग्रहे । समस्तान् वातजान् रोगांस्तूर्णं नाशयति ध्रुवम् ।। ३६२।।
(Ashtang Hridya Chikitsa Sthan 21/65-66) and (Bhaishajya Ratvanali)
Main Ingredients of Prasarini Thailam Oil:
Merremia tridentata, Asparagus recemosus, Withania somnifera, Cyperus rotundus, milk and rock salt are some of the common ingredients.
Ayurvedic Pharmacological Action of Prasarini Thailam oil:
Guna: Vata kapha har
Pushparaj Prasarini oil is used internally with milk and externally it is used for abhayanga and nasya. It is highly beneficial of injuries and disorders of head and neck.
Traditional Ayurvedic indications and uses of Prasarini Thailam as per above shloka:
Shiro rog: Head and neck illness
Hanugreha: Locked jaw
Khanja Pangu: Weakness of limbs
Smasta Vata roga nashyati: 80 types of vata roga
Other Traditional uses of Prasarini oil:
Side effects and precautions with Prasarini Oil
There is no side effects mentioned in ayurvedic texts or reported by a client as such from prescribed therapeutic dosage of this preparation. It is advisable that ayurvedic medicine and treatment are generally considered to be safe when taken under the supervision and guidance of an Ayurvedic Doctor, but rarely may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases. We recommend seeking urgent medical attention in the case of an adverse reaction.
1.Astanga Hrdaya of Vagbhata Vol. II . Nidaan Sthana, Chikitsa Sthana and Kalpa-Siddhi Sthana. Edited by Kanjiv Lochan. English Version. Chaukambha Sanskrit Sansthan Publishers, Varanasi, 1st Edition-2017. Pg: 464
2. Bhaisajya Ratnavali of Shri Govinda Das Bhisagratna commented by Shri Ambikadatta Shastri, edited by Shri Rajeshwardatta Shastri, Chaukambha Sanskrit sansthan, Varanasi, Hindi version, Edition, 2014. Pg 561.
3. Critical Analysis of Ayurvedic Formulations. (Sahasrayogas and Other Samhitas). By Dr. L. Mahadevan. Sarada Mahadeva Iyer Ayurvedic Educational & Charitable Trust, Kanyakumari, Tamilnadu. 2nd Edition- 2018. Pg: 515
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