Bilwadi Churna

Bilwadi Churna is one of the best Pachaka (digestive) & Grahi (binding & absorbing) medicines. According to Ayurveda, all diseases start with the disturbance of digestive fire, so to have good health proper digestion is required.

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Bilwadi Churna

Therapeutic Benefits of Bilwadi Churna

Bilwadi Churna benefits in both acute and chronic cases of diarrhea. It absorbs the liquid from the intestine. As a result, it reduces the frequency of diarrhea.

Helps in destroying Infection causing bacteria and viruses

Helps in destroying Infection causing bacteria and viruses

benefits in abdomen colic, amoebiasis, diarrhoea

It also benefits in abdomen colic, amoebiasis, diarrhoea, dysentery & colitis

flatulence, dyspepsia (Non-ulcer),
Irritable bowel syndrome

Provides relief from flatulence, dyspepsia (Non-ulcer), Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

abdominal colic and flatulence

Regulates intestinal motility relieves abdominal colic and flatulence

regulate the gut-brain axis

Improves overall gut health which helps to regulate the gut-brain axis

Medical Composition Each 3g of 'Bilwadi Churna' contains

  • Bilwadi Magaj | Fruit

    Aegle Marmelos

    270 mg

  • Mocharasa | Extract

    Salmalia malabarica

    270 mg

  • Sunthi | Rhizome

    Zingiber officinale

    270 mg

  • Bhanga | Leaf

    Cannabis Sativa

    270 mg

  • Dhataki | Flower

    Woodfordia Fruticosa

    270 mg

  • Dhanyaka | Fruit

    Coriandrum sativum

    550 mg

  • Saunf | Fruit

    Foeniculum Vulgare

    1.10 g

Mechanisms of Action

CAUTION: Schedule E-1 drug. To be taken only under medical supervision

IBS & Diarrhoea

01

Cannabinoids predominately mediate inhibitory pathways in the gastrointestinal tract through the reduction of vagal cholinergic tone.

CB2 modulates inflammation, whereas CB1 controls central functions, including pain control, satiety and nausea. The distribution and concentration of the endocannabinoid system in specific tissues demonstrate the physiology of cannabinoids in the gastrointestinal tract and offer possible drug targets for the management of inflammatory bowel disease. (1)

Appetite

02

Hunger levels are determined by a substance in the human body called ghrelin, which is known as the ‘hunger hormone’. The hormone is released by the stomach, intestines and brain, as it stimulates and manages appetite. Cannabis triggers ghrelin levels and stimulates appetite. (2)

Colic Pain

03

Cannabinoids produce analgesia by acting on multiple pain targets within the peripheral and CNS by activating specific receptors throughout the body, in particular CB1 which are found predominantly in CNS and CB2 receptors found in cells involved with the immune system. Besides acting on cannabinoid CB1/CB2, they may reduce pain through interaction with the putative non-CB1/CB2 cannabinoid G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR55 or GPCR18) and opioid or serotonin (5-HT) receptors. (3)

Pathya (Preferred Diet)

Diet: Cow Milk & Ghee, processed Chaach (Buttermilk with Jeera or as advised by the physician), nutritious, healthy, freshly prepared and easily digestible meals.

Lifestyle: Regular body workout as per the body strength, Drink warm water throughout the day, and Early dinner.

Apathya (To be Avoided)

Diet: Excessive Spicy, Cold, Dry, Reheated, Junk and Heavy to digest meals.

Lifestyle: Exposure to a dry and hot environment, Late night dinner and improper sleep