Vidanga Powder (Certified Organic)

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Vidanga Powder (Certified Organic)

Embellia ribes, fruit & seed powder

Primary Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Act as a dietary support.
  • Used to expel intestinal worms and parasites.
  • Vidanga is a digestive support. It helps in the digestive fire.
  • Due to its cooling properties, Vidanga is a skin support also.
  • Vidanga is a blood purifier.

Other Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Supports healthy appetite.
  • It supports healthy nervous system.
  • Act as skin support.
  • Gargles of this powder support healthy teeth.

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Common & Uncommon Names

  • Family Name: Myrsinaceae
  • Botanical Name: Embelia ribes/Indica
  • English Name: False Pepper, False Black Pepper
  • Hindi Name: Baberang, Vaividang

Other Uncommon Names:

False Black Pepper, White-flowered Embelia, Janntughna, Kapala, Chitra Tandula, Krimighna, Vella, Kr Mihara, Krmiripu, Vayavidanga, Bhabhiranga, Baberang, Vayuvilanga, Vizhalari, Vayu Vidangam, Vayu Vidangalu, Vidanga, Viranga, Chitratandoola, Visuvalingam, Vizhal, Vrischikasana, Bayabidanga, Vayabidang

Properties

  • Rasa (Taste): Pungent, Astringent
  • Guna (Quality):Light, Dry, Sharp
  • Virya (Potency): Warm
  • Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect):Pungent
  • Unique Property: Helps in expelling out the intestinal worms and parasites

Best Source:

Up to 5000 feet height specially Meghalaya and North East part of India.

Composition:

Alkaloid, christembine, Embelin (2,5-dihydroxy-3-undecyl-1,4-benzoquinone), fatty ingredients, a resinoid, tannins and minute quantities of a volatile oil.

Directions for Use:

Serving Size: Take 5 Gms (half to one teaspoon) 2 times a day Vidanga Powder with water or with buttermilk 1-2 hrs after meals, preferably empty stomach. It is better to drink some sugar/rock sugar/sugar candy 15-20 minutes before taking Vidanga proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.

Use of Vidanga Powder

  • For Intestinal Worms: “Vidanga Powder” along with “Neem Powder” 1 tsp at empty stomach can be given. With the usage of this powder the worms come out.
  • Support healthy teeth: Make the decoction of Vidanga Powder and use it as gargles.
  • For Skin support: Mix “Vidanga Powder”, “Neem Powder” & “Manjistha Powder”. Make a paste of this and apply on the skin

Ayurvedic Lifestyle (Healthy Tips)

  • Nutritional diet
  • Lukewarm water
  • Yoga
  • Amla powder
  • Neem powder
  • Peaceful mind

Foods to Favor

  • Light diet consisting of rice and green gram soup should be taken .
  • Drink a lot of water. 
  • Curd and buttermilk
  • Vegetables and fruits containing fibers, i.e. leafy vegetables, beans, etc should be taken.
  • Persons using this product should systematize their food habits.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner should be taken at proper times.
  • It is beneficial to drink plenty of liquids, milk and spongy food (salad etc.) 

Foods to Avoid 

  • Avoid fried and heavy meals, non-vegetarian diet, seafood, potato, bakery products, cheese, etc. Alcohol, chocolates, noodles, pastries, meat products and acidic – sour foods should be restricted.
  • Heavy foods, which are hard to digest like fried food, egg, too much meat/seafood (in Ayurveda sea meat products are also considered meat products because they are heavy in proteins and create extra burden on the digestive system to digest).
  • Alcoholic products, coffee pitta (fire) should be restricted. 

Do’s

  • Drink lukewarm water.
  • Eat a fibrous diet or fruits.
  • Exercise regularly
  • Take Neem powder at night with lukewarm water.

Don’t

  • Avoid suppression of natural urges.
  • Avoid a sedentary lifestyle.
  • Avoid junk food in your diet.
  • Avoid caffeine or alcohol consumption.

Precautions

  • Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.

Classical References

  • Shusrut sutrasthan 45
  • Bhavprakesh
  • Charak sutrasthan 25
  • Rajnighantu
  • Susrut chikitsastan 27

SCIENTIFIC REFERENCES:

  • Chopra, R. N., Nayar, S. L. and Chopra, I. C., Glossary of Indian Medicinal Plants, CSIR, New Delhi, 1956, vol. 10. 26.
  • Guhabakshi, D. N., Sensarma, P. and Pal, D. C., A Lexicon Medicinal Plants of India, Naya Prakashan, 2001, pp. 135–136.

Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books


This herb has been approved by the Department of Ayush/ Government of India after the proper screening of scientific evidence as well as classical reference by the GOVT REGULATORY BOARD COMMITTEE.

GMP and USDA Certified Organic Manufacturing Facility: Laboratory tested for quality purity and heavy metal standards.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease.

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