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10 roots is an Ayurvedic formul made up of ten herbs which is used in various Ayurvedic medicines. Known to have enormous health benefits, it is particularly effective in treating disorders of the nervous system and lungs.
The 10 herbal roots used in the Ayurvedic formulation of Dashamoola are: Agnimantha, Bilva, Brihati, Gokshura, Kantakari, Kashmari, Patala, Prushniparni, Shaliparni, Shyonaka
Agnimantha or Arani or Premna, holds an important place in Ayurveda and traditional Indian Medicine System, mainly due to it's highly effectiveness in treatment of obesity. Further, the diuretic property promotes weight loss by increasing frequency & quantity of urination.
Fruit, root, leaf and branch are used to make medicine. Bilva medicine for constipation, diarrhea, diabetes and other conditions but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
Similar names to Bhantaki, Bari kateri, Kateli, Kshudra bhantaaki, Mahati, Mahotika, Vartaki, Vrihati, Kataai Kalaan, Mullamkatti, Papparamulli and Barahantaa. Brihati is an important medicinal plant and extensively used in Ayurveda. Brihati refers to the dried roots of Solanum Indicum plant and has a lot
of medicinal properties in Ayurveda like anti-inflammatory,
anti-asthmatic, analgesic, diuretic and much more. It is a highly
branched shrub found in warmer, moist and shady places. Read on to know
about the benefits of using this herb! Traditionally Brihati is used in the treatment of respiratory ailments (asthma, catarrh, dry and spasmodic cough), dropsy, heart diseases, chronic fever, colic, scorpion stings, difficult urination, and worm infestation. Brihati leaves are plain sinuate, base obliquely truncate, thick cretaceous, prickly along the midrib and softly.
Gokshura use for body building, combating diuretic issues, PCOS,
skin ailments, prostate gland disorders and heart problems. Gokshura
used as an aphrodisiac to increase the libido in both men and women. It is also an anti aging agent and improves brain
functioning. Gokshura is also known as Tribulus terrestris which is widely
distributed in the world and only grows in dry climate where only a few
plants can survive. It is considered an invasive species in North
America. Gokshura is an herbaceous taprooted perennial plant which grows
in summer in colder climates. This plant can also thrive in poor soil
conditions and desert climates. This plant grows around 10 centimetres in diameter and usually forms
flat patches. The stem branch is usually hairy and the leaves are
Kantakari is use widely in the treatment of cough, cold, asthma and such other respiratory tract conditions. It is one among Dashamoola – group of ten roots. Kantakari in Sanskrit means, the one which is good for throat. Kantkari is used in laryngitis, hoarseness of voice etc. The juice extract of Kantakari along with honey is used in treating dysuria (difficulty in urination) of all the herbs useful in treatment of cough, Kantakari is the best one. Because of its hot potency, pungent taste and Kapha-Vatahara property, it naturally improves digestion strength and is widely used in respiratory disorders.
The common name for this plant is the Fragrant Padri Tree. It is a large
deciduous tree that grows up to 20 metres in height with long and
velvety branches. The flowers are pink and can grow to 20cm in length,
they are characterised by their wonderful scent. The medium-sized deciduous tree, Patala is a useful Indian medicinal
plant that is botanically known as Stereospermum chelonoides. The plant
has several names in various native Indian languages. In Bengali it is
called Ghunta, Mug, Parul and Paruli. Apart from Padal, the plant is
called is also called Padaria, Padiala or Paral in Hindi, as well.
Patala is the Sanskrit name of the plant and it is called as Kalagari,
Padal, Padialu, Parul, and Patala in Marathi. While in Tamil Nadu it is
Anbu-Vagini, Padiri or Padri, in Telegu it is popular as Ambuvasini,
Goddalipulusu, Kalagoru, Kaligotu, Kokkesa, Kuberakshi, Patali and
Patala has a medium height of 9-18 m and its bark is grey or dark brown.
The horizontally furrowed tree exfoliates in large, flat scales. The
leaves are simple pinnate, having a length of 30-60 cm and they have 3-4
pairs of leaflets also. The terminal one has a length of 7.5-15 cm and
width of 5-7.5 cm and it is broadly elliptic. The apex of Patala is
shortly abruptly acuminate and the margins often serrulate when young.
The apex is rough above, often pubescent beneath with usually rounded
and unequal-sided base. There are 6-8 pairs of main nerves and the
petiolules of lateral leaflets are generally less than 2.5 mm long. The
flowers of Patala have sweet fragrance and they are borne in large, lax
trichotomous that are viscidly hairy panicles.
Prishnaparni is one of the most important Ayurvedic herbs. It is one among Dashamoola (Group of 10 herbs). Hence used in innumerable Ayurvedic medicines. Its botanical name is Uraria picta (Hedysarum pictum). It belongs to Fabaceae family. Prishniparni is considered as the one of the most important Ayurvedic herbs. It is one amongst Dashamoola which is group of 10 herbs. This herb offers the countless health benefits for human beings. This herb is packed with the antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-emetic, aphrodisiac, analgesic, cardiovascular, expectorant and analgesic properties. Use of this herb is quite effective in the healing of fractured bones. All the plant parts are packed with the therapeutic properties. Phytochemical compounds like alkaloids, flavonoids, steroids, terpenoids, phenols and saponins are present in this herb. All these phytochemical compounds possess the numerous biological activists and protect the body from several chronic diseases. It has been found that alkaloid extracts of this herb has the antiarrhythmic, anticholinergic, analgesic, antitumor, anti HIV effects and anti-leukemic effects.
Shalparni (Desmodium gangeticum) is under the category of most important herbs in Ayurveda. It is one of herb amongst Dashmoola which is the group of 10 herbs. This herb is packed with innumerable Ayurvedic properties. This herb has the anthelmintic, anti-catarrhal, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, nervine tonic, anti-diarrheal and stomachic properties. Moreover use of this herb is quite good to resolve the complications like enteric fever, respiratory complications and piles.
Shyonak (Oroxylum indicum) has been mentioned in various Ayurvedic text such as Sushrut and Charak samhita. Charak has prescribed Shyonak as antiseptic, astringent and recommended for non-healing ulcers, female disorders and dysentery.
Shyonak leaves are emollient containing anthraquinone and aloe-emodin.
The root bark and stem bark have anti-allergic properties and are being used in treatment of allergic diseases, urticaria, jaundice, asthma, sore throat, laryngitis, hoarseness, diarrhoea, dysentery, infantile, erythema and measles.
Dashamoola is a compilation of pictures of famous ten medicinal plants