Kalmegh liver medcines

Andrographis paniculata or Kalmegh health benefits, medicine uses, side effects

About Andrographis Paniculata (Kalmegh)
Andrographis is a plant.
It grows in tropical climate.
It grows up to One Meter.
Best used for Cold, Indigestion and Malaria.
It is considered more effective than Quinine in Malaria.
It is a cold herb. It has stronger digestive effects and prevents Gastro Intestinal discomfort when used in combination with Peppermint. In combination with Siberian Ginseng, it reduces the risk of Common cold.
Traditionally it is used to cure: Snake Bite. Fever, Dysentery, Cholera, Gonorrhoea. Diabetes, Influenza, Dyspepsia and Hepatitis.
It reduces body heat. acute infections and dispels toxins from the body.
It is used as Digestive tonic.
It is used widely in the treatment of Upper Respiratory tract infections.
It is used in treatment of mild to moderate Ulcerative Colitis.
It is used as a restorative and tonic in Convalescene ( recovering from illness or medical treatment ).
It improves appetite and digestion by stimulating Bile production and flow.

Clinical benefits of Andrographis Paniculata (Kalmegh)
Andrographis Paniculata Cures
Most Effective: Herpes, Hysteria, Indigestion,Malaria, Oral Herpes, Tick Bite
Highly Effective: Acne, Blood Cancer, Breast Cancer,Hodgkin’s Disease, Jaundice, Prostate Cancer
Effective: Abscess, Acid Reflux, Anorexia,Weak Immune System
Pharmacological Action of Andrographis Paniculata
Most Effective: Antipyretic, Antiviral
Highly Effective: Antimalarial, Choleretic
Effective: Abortifacient, Adaptogenic, Alterative
Nutrients in Andrographis Paniculata
Effective: Aldehydes, Alkaloids, Alkanes
Andrographis Combines With Aeschynomene Indica, Balloon Flower Bletilla
Taste : Bitter, Astringent,
Nature : Cold

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Andrographis Paniculata
High doses may cause Nausea, Vomiting and Palpitation.
It may be abortive, do not use during Pregnancy.
Note : Chirreta being bitter and cold may injure the Stomach. Chirreta should be taken with a stomach protective herb.

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